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author kathryn lasky genre biography
Big Question: What is the value of a job well done?

Author:

Kathryn Lasky

Genre:

Biography

review games
Review Games

Story Sort

VocabularyWords:

  • Arcade Games
  • Study Stack
  • Spelling City: Vocabulary
  • Spelling City: Spelling Words
big question what is the value of a job well done monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday

Big Question: What is the value of a job well done?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words

More Words to Know

Vocabulary Words
  • cord
  • dismay
  • grizzly (bear)
  • immense
  • payroll
  • lumberjack
  • silhouettes
  • business
  • resourceful
  • team
  • trustworthy
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Build Concepts
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Monitor and Fix Up
  • Build Background
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Volume
  • Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Spelling: Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph,wh
  • Citizenship and Responsibility
fluency volume
Fluency: Volume
  • Listen as I read “Counting on Johnny.”
  • As I read, notice how I vary my volume to make the story interesting and lively.
  • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
fluency volume1
Fluency: Volume
  • Is the statement “starting your own business isn’t easy” a statement of fact or opinion? How do you know?
  • Why do you think the author included exaggerations such as “bunk beds stacked ten high”?
concept vocabulary
Concept Vocabulary
  • business– a place that makes or sells goods and services
  • resourceful – good at thinking of ways to do things; quick-witted
  • team – people working or acting together
  • trustworthy – able to be depended on
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Concept Vocabulary

build concept vocabulary business resourceful team trustworthy
Build Concept Vocabulary business, resourceful, team, trustworthy

Citizenship and Responsibility

prior knowledge what do you know about lumbering
Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about lumbering?

Lumbering in the Past

Lumbering Today

prior knowledge
Prior Knowledge
  • This week’s audio explores logging in the 1900s. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about logging in the 1900s.
vocabulary words2
Vocabulary Words
  • cord – measure of quantity for cut wood, equal to 128 cubic feet. A pile of wood 4 feet wide, 4 feet high, and 8 feet long is a cord.
  • dismay – sudden helpless fear of what is about to happen or what has happened
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Vocabulary Words
  • grizzly (bear) – a large, gray or brownish bear of eastern North America
  • immense – very large; huge; vast
  • payroll – list of persons to be paid and the amount that each one is to receive
more words to know
More Words to Know
  • lumberjack – person whose work is cutting down trees and sending the logs to the sawmill; woodsman; logger
  • silhouettes – dark images outlined against a lighter background
  • (Next Slide)
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marven felt very small amung the enormous lumberjack’s

  • Marven felt very small among the enormous lumberjacks.
  • what a huge amount of food they eated for breakfast
  • What a huge amount of food they ate for breakfast!
singular possessive nouns
Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Marven’s bed was in the office.
  • The word Marven’s is a singular possessive noun. The apostrophe and –s at the end show ownership or possession—the bed belongs to Marven.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • A possessive noun shows ownership. A singular possessive noun shows that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe and the letter s to a singular noun to make it possessive.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Singular Nouns: Marven worked in the same office as his boss.
  • Singular Possessive Noun: Marven’s workplace was his boss’s office.
singular possessive nouns what is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun
Singular Possessive NounsWhat is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun?
  • lumberjack ax
  • lumberjack’s
  • forest trees
  • forest’s
  • boy job
  • boy’s
  • Mr. Murray plan
  • Mr. Murray’s plan
singular possessive nouns what is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun1
Singular Possessive NounsWhat is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun?
  • bear dinner
  • bear’s
  • camp location
  • camp’s
  • lake water
  • lake’s
  • Minnesota winters
  • Minnesota’s
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Singular Possessive NounsWhat is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun?
  • building entrance
  • building’s
  • ax blade
  • ax’s
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Singular Possessive NounsWhat is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun?
  • Marven life changed at the logging camp.
  • Marven’s
  • His first day work was difficult.
  • day’s
  • A bookkeeper job was a challenge for a young boy.
  • bookkeeper’s
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Singular Possessive NounsWhat is the possessive form of each underlined singular noun?
  • Marven learned each man signature of symbol.
  • man’s
  • Jean-Louis symbol was his thumbprint.
  • Jean-Louis’s
today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:
  • Dictionary/Glossary
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Monitor and Fix Up
  • Main Idea
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Echo Reading
  • Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Spelling: Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph, wh
  • Social Studies: Minnesota
  • Citizenship and Responsibility
fluency echo reading1
Fluency: Echo Reading
  • Turn to page 222, paragraphs 1-7.
  • As I read, notice how I vary my volume to reflect the booming lumberjack and Jean Louis’s mutterings.
  • We will practice as a class doing three echo readings.
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marven slid smoothly. Over the wite carpet of snow

  • Marven slid smoothly over the white carpet of snow.
  • he thought jean louis was a grizzly bear but he laughed when he found out her mistake
  • He thought Jean Louis was a grizzly bear, but he laughed when he found out his mistake.
singular possessive nouns3
Singular Possessive Nouns
  • A possessive noun shows ownership or possession.
  • A singular noun that shows ownership is called a singular possessive noun.
  • To form a singular possessive noun, add an apostrophe and -s.
today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Monitor and Fix Up
  • Dictionary/Glossary
  • Main Idea
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Model Volume
  • Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Spelling: Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph, wh
  • Social Studies: Citizenship
  • A Bookkeeper’s Job
  • Child Labor Laws
  • Citizenship and responsibility
fluency model volume2
Fluency: Model Volume
  • Turn to page 231, paragraphs 1-3.
  • As I read, notice I raise and lower my voice when I see clue words such as whispered and gasped.
  • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.
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marven made a list of each mans name. And recorded his signature

  • Marven made a list of each man’s name and recorded his signature.
  • marven and mr.murray enjoyed the cooks beans and pies at lunch
  • Marvenand Mr. Murray enjoyed the cook’s beans and pies at lunch.
singular possessive nouns4
Singular Possessive Nouns
  • A possessive noun shows ownership or possession.
  • A singular noun that shows ownership is called a singular possessive noun.
  • To form a singular possessive noun, add an apostrophe and -s.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Possessive nouns can make writing smoother and less wordy. Marven’s bed is shorter and sounds more natural than the bed of Marven.
  • Review something you have written to see if you can replace prepositional phrases with singular possessive nouns.
today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:
  • Email/Text Features
  • Reading Across Texts
  • Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Spelling: Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph, wh
  • Social Studies: Make a Job List
fluency partner reading1
Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Turn to page 231, paragraphs 1-3.
  • Partners practice reading aloud these paragraphs. Be sure to vary your volume appropriately and offer each other feedback.
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when the men returned from a days work they ate supper

  • When the men returned from a day’s work, they ate supper.
  • if marven finished his work early. He could go out skiing
  • If Marven finished his work early, he could go out skiing.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • A possessive noun shows ownership or possession.
  • A singular noun that shows ownership is called a singular possessive noun.
  • To form a singular possessive noun, add an apostrophe and -s.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Test Tip: Add an apostrophe with a singular possessive noun. Do not add an apostrophe with a plural noun. Ask yourself: Do I mean more than one of this noun, or do I mean something belongs to this noun?
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Example: The universe has many suns. (more than one sun)
  • The sun’s rays melted the snow. (rays belong to the sun)
today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:
  • Build Concept Vocabulary
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Narrative Writing
  • Dictionary/Glossary
  • Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns
  • Spelling: Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph, wh
  • Graphs
  • Citizenship and Responsibility
fact and opinion
Fact and Opinion
  • A statement of fact can be proved true or false by looking in a reference book, asking an expert, or using your own knowledge and experience.
fact and opinion1
Fact and Opinion
  • A statement of opinion cannot be proved true or false. It is a belief or judgment. It often contains a word of judgment, such as best, should, or beautiful. It may being with the words In my opinion or I believe.
narrative writing
Narrative Writing
  • When a storyteller describes an event or series of events, the text is called narrative writing. The storyteller may be called the narrator of the story. Narrative writing can be fiction or nonfiction.
narrative writing1
Narrative Writing
  • In a biography, such as “Marvenof the Great North Woods,” the narrator describes a series of real-life events in another person’s life.
  • It is important to remember that a story is told from the narrator’s point of view, and others may view the events differently.
dictionary glossary
Dictionary/Glossary
  • When you look up a word in a glossary or a dictionary, you can also find out how to pronounce it.
  • For practice, choose two or three glossary words and carefully copy the pronunciations shown in parentheses. Exchange pronunciations with a partner and use the glossary’s key to identify each other’s words.
graphs
Graphs
  • Where have you seen graphs?
  • A graph shows data, or information, in visual form. The title and labels tell what information the graph shows and compares.
  • A bar graph used vertical or horizontal bars to compare data.
  • A circle graph is a circle that shows how a whole is divided into parts.
graphs1
Graphs
  • A line graph contains lines that connect a series of points. Line graphs often show changes over time.
  • A picture graph, or pictograph, uses pictures to represent amounts.
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do you think that marven saw any moose or wolfes in the forest

  • Do you think that Marven saw any moose or wolves in the forest?
  • marvens work w as hard, he did it well
  • Marven’s work was hard, but he did it well.
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Singular Possessive Nouns
  • A possessive noun shows ownership or possession.
  • A singular noun that shows ownership is called a singular possessive noun.
  • To form a singular possessive noun, add an apostrophe and -s.
we are now ready to take our story tests
Story test

Classroom webpage,

Reading Test

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Other Reading Quizzes

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We are now ready to take our story tests.
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