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Why are family celebrations special click to listen to the story
Why are family celebrations special?Click to listen to the story.



Review games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City: Amazing

Spelling City: Vocabulary

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Spelling City

Review Games







Big question why are family celebrations special
Big Question:Why are family celebrations special?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday




Today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Draw Conclusions

  • Summarize

  • Using Commas


Celebration
celebration

  • cel – e – bra -tion

  • A celebration can be a party or other activity in which people might eat, play music, and have a good time together to show happiness about a special day or when something good happens.

  • We always have a celebration for our birthdays.

  • There was celebration when my brother graduated from college.


Custom
custom

  • cus – tom

  • A custom is something that people always do or have done for a long time.

  • It is our custom to drink warm milk at night.

  • We have a custom of walking around the block after dinner.


Tradition
tradition

  • tra – di – tion

  • Tradition is a custom or belief that is handed down from generation to generation. For example, children get their traditions from parents who got it from the grandparents.

  • Our family has a tradition of singing around the piano on holidays.

  • It is tradition to eat turkey on Thanksgiving.



Syllables tion ture
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • candle

  • You studied words like this already. What do you know about reading this word?

  • Today we’ll learn about syllables –tion and –ture.

  • The letters –tion and –ture stand for the /shen/ and /cher/ sounds.


Syllables tion ture1
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • na tion

  • Read each chunk, or syllable, from left to right and then blend them to read the whole word.

  • Remember that –tion stands for /shen/.


Syllables tion ture2
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • future

  • section

  • lotion

  • caution

  • feature

  • fraction

  • creature


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables –tion, -turefurniture, motion, caption, nature, mixture, mention, adventure, fiction, lotion, portion


Syllables tion ture3

potion

cautioned

sculpture

moisture

pictures

fraction

caution

lecturing

creature

action

sections

station

nature

tuitions

fracture

Syllables –tion, -ture




Draw conclusions summarize
Draw ConclusionsSummarize

  • Recall Red, White, and Blue.

  • How might the astronauts have felt when they landed on the moon?


Draw conclusions summarize1
Draw ConclusionsSummarize

  • Drawingconclusions means figuring out something about a character or an event.

  • Good readers use what they know about real life and what they have read to help them drawconclusions.

  • Good readers summarize what they read. This helps them make sure they understand the text.


Daily Fix-It

my favorit aunt collects baskets?

My favorite aunt collects baskets.

where are we meeting? she asked.

“Where are we meeting?” she asked.


Using commas
Using Commas

  • Commas are used in addresses. Commas should be placed between the names of cities and states.

  • Commas are used in dates.

  • Commas are used after the greeting and closing in a letter.

  • Commas are used to separate three or more things in a list.


Using commas1
Using Commas

  • Commas are used in addresses. They separated the city and the state.

    • 212 Oak Lane

    • Tucson, Arizona 85742


Using commas2
Using Commas

  • Commas are used in dates. They separate the date and the year.

    • January 31, 1929

    • Tuesday, June 14


Using commas3
Using Commas

  • Commas are used after the greeting in a letter.

    • Dear Anna,

  • Commas are used after the closing in a letter.

    • Love,


Using commas4
Using Commas

  • Commas are used to separate three or more things in a list.

    • Krystal wrote to Anna, Paul, and Aunt Beth.


Using commas add commas where they are needed
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse New York 13210

June 24 2009

Dear Jaime

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim fish and hike. I see all my cousins aunts and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed1
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 2009

Dear Jaime

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim fish and hike. I see all my cousins aunts and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed2
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 , 2009

Dear Jaime

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim fish and hike. I see all my cousins aunts and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed3
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 , 2009

Dear Jaime ,

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim fish and hike. I see all my cousins aunts and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed4
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 , 2009

Dear Jaime ,

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim, fish, and hike. I see all my cousins aunts and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed5
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 , 2009

Dear Jaime ,

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim, fish, and hike. I see all my cousins, aunts, and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend

Tim


Using commas add commas where they are needed6
Using CommasAdd commas where they are needed.

124 Maple Street

Syracuse , New York 13210

June 24 , 2009

Dear Jaime ,

I am at my grandparents’ ranch in Colorado. We come here every June. We swim, fish, and hike. I see all my cousins, aunts, and uncles. It is great. See you soon.

Your friend ,

Tim


Wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Common Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Draw Conclusions

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will read about a family celebration—a birthday party.





Today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Homonyms

  • Context Clues

  • Commas



Create
create

  • cre – ate

  • If you create something, you make something that hasn’t been made before.

  • She likes to create vases from clay.

  • My dad creates delicious new recipes for dinner.

  • The new grocery store will create many new jobs for people.


Inspect
inspect

  • in - spect

  • When you inspect something, you look at it very carefully.

  • Mom will inspect my room after I clean it to make sure I did a good job.

  • You should inspect clothes before you buy them to make sure they are well-made.


Angle
angle

  • an – gle

  • The way you look at something is the angle from which you see it.

  • The seats were on the side at a bad angle, so we couldn’t see the screen very well.

  • People look at things from a different angle.


Magda s tortillas
Magda’s Tortillas


Syllables tion ture4
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • motion - fracture

  • You can read these words because you know how to read words with endings –tion and –ture.

  • What syllables form motion?

  • What syllables form fracture?

  • When you come to a word with the ending –tion or –ture, look at the word and then read it.


Listen for words with tion and ture
Listen for words with –tion and –ture.


Syllables tion ture5
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • celebration

  • affection

  • adventure

  • furniture

  • collection


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture


Syllables –tion, -turelecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation, potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture




Syllables tion ture6
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • We watched a motion picture about an adventure.

  • I like this furniture and light fixture.

  • There was lots of action at the fire station.



Vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words

  • present – a gift; something that someone gives you or that you give someone

  • aunt – your father’s sister, your mother’s sister, or your uncle’s wife

  • basket – something to carry or store things in; it can be made of straw, plastic, or strips of wood(next slide)





Vocabulary words1
Vocabulary Words

  • collects – bring things together or gather them together

  • bank – a place where people keep their money

  • favorite – the thing you like better than all the others


Vocabulary words2
Vocabulary Words

  • pinata - a decorated container filled with candy and toys that is hung at parties for blindfolded people to break open with a stick

  • ninetieth – next after the 89th

  • tia – Spanish word for aunt


Vocabulary words3

present

birthday

aunt

today

basket

door

collects

family

bank

laugh

favorite

Vocabulary Words


Context clues
Context Clues

  • There are strategies when you come across words you don’t understand.

  • You can look in a dictionary or glossary.


Context clues1
Context Clues

  • Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts. You may understand the base word and prefix (unmade, not made) or two shorter words in a compound (snowman, a man made of snow).

  • You can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word.

  • Today we will learn more about using context clues.


Daily Fix-It

jordan colects baseball cards

Jordan collects baseball cards.

my favrite aunt sall flowers.

My favorite aunt sells flowers.


Using commas5
Using Commas

  • Commas are used in addresses. Commas should be placed between the names of cities and states.

  • Commas are used in dates.

  • Commas are used after the greeting and closing in a letter.

  • Commas are used to separate three or more things in a list.


Wrap up your day1
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Lesson Vocabulary

  • Summarize

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will read about another special birthday celebration.





Today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:

  • Base Words and Endings

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Amazing Words

  • Words from Other Languages

  • Fluency

  • Grammar


Brilliant
brilliant

  • bril – liant

  • If something is brilliant, it is very bright and sparkling.

  • The diamond ring was brilliant.

  • The colored lights in the night parade were brilliant.

  • The stars are brilliant tonight.


Snapshot
snapshot

  • snap - shot

  • A snapshot is a simple picture taken with a camera.

  • I took a snapshot of my birthday cake.

  • It was difficult to take good snapshots from the moving car.


Inflected endings
Inflected Endings

  • tried

  • You can read this word because you know how to read base words and endings.

  • You can cover the endings, read the base word, and then blend the base word and ending to read the whole word.


Inflected endings1
Inflected Endings

  • Remember that –ed is added to a base word to show that something has happened in the past.

  • Sometimes the spelling of the base word changes.

  • Sometimes the final consonant is doubled before adding an ending.



















Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • Which is a present—a toy you give your friend for her birthday or a book you check out of the library?


Vocabulary1
Vocabulary

  • Which is a present—a toy you give your friend for her birthday or a book you check out of the library?

  • Which is your aunt—your mother’s sister or your mother’s mother?


Vocabulary2
Vocabulary

  • Which is a present—a toy you give your friend for her birthday or a book you check out of the library?

  • Which is your aunt—your mother’s sister or your mother’s mother?

  • Which is a basket—something you eat at a birthday party or something you can carry things in?


Vocabulary3
Vocabulary

  • Which is a present—a toy you give your friend for her birthday or a book you check out of the library?

  • Which is your aunt—your mother’s sister or your mother’s mother?

  • Which is a basket—something you eat at a birthday party or something you can carry things in?


Vocabulary4
Vocabulary

  • Which is someone who collects something—a girl who picks up everyone’s papers or a boy who loses his book?


Vocabulary5
Vocabulary

  • Which is someone who collects something—agirl who picks up everyone’s papers or a boy who loses his book?

  • Which is a bank—a kind of cookie or a place to store your money?


Vocabulary6
Vocabulary

  • Which is someone who collects something—agirl who picks up everyone’s papers or a boy who loses his book?

  • Which is a bank—a kind of cookie or a place to store your money?

  • Which is your favorite shirt—the shirt you didn’t want to get or the shirt you wear all the time?


Vocabulary7
Vocabulary

  • Which is someone who collects something—agirl who picks up everyone’s papers or a boy who loses his book?

  • Which is a bank—a kind of cookie or a place to store your money?

  • Which is your favorite shirt—the shirt you didn’t want to get or the shirt you wear all the time?



Words from other languages
Words from Other Languages

  • In A Birthday Basket for Tia there were many words written in Spanish.

  • We knew they were in Spanish because the print was different; the words were italicized.

  • The first Spanish words were Noventa anos! which means Ninety years old!


Words from other languages1
Words from Other Languages

  • Look in your story to see what these words mean.

  • bizcochos

  • sugary cookies

  • Que pasa?

  • Whatisit?

  • feliz cumpleanos

  • HappyBirthday


Daily Fix-It

aunt sue cullects dolls.

Aunt Sue collects dolls.

is that your faverite basket.

Is that your favorite basket?


Commas
Commas

  • Commas are used in addresses, between a city and a state.

  • Commas are used in dates, between the day and year.

  • Commas are used after the greeting and closing in a letter.

  • Commas are used to separate three or more things in a list.


Commas1
Commas

  • April 18 2007

  • April 18, 2007

  • Greenwood California

  • Greenwood, California

  • June 2 2008

  • June 2, 2008


Wrap up your day2
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Draw Conclusions

  • Appropriate Phrasing

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will listen to poems about special occasions.





Today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Appropriate phrasing

  • Use commas





Sentence reading
Sentence Reading

  • Today we’re going to the nature section of the shop.

  • I don’t know whatever happened to my creature picture.

  • I’ll finally get to hear the lecture about sculpture.


Sentence reading1
Sentence Reading

  • Tomorrow we’ll see the action motion picture I’ve been waiting to see.

  • They’ll make a mixture with the fish we’ve caught.

  • I can’t believe the commotion at the station.





Daily Fix-It

my aunt gave me a presint.

My aunt gave me a present.

i gave hir my piggy bank.

I gave her my piggy bank.


Using commas6
Using Commas

  • Commas are used in addresses. Commas should be placed between the names of cities and states.

  • Commas are used in dates.

  • Commas are used after the greeting and closing in a letter.

  • Commas are used to separate three or more things in a list.


Using commas7
Using Commas

  • I opened a DVD a book a game and a toy on my birthday.

  • I opened a DVD, a book, a game, and a toy on my birthday.

  • Kara Ally Desi Sierra Madison and Nikki came to my party.

  • Kara, Ally, Desi, Sierra, Madison, and Nikki came to my party.

  • We ate chicken strips apples cupcakes and ice cream.

  • We ate chicken strips, apples, cupcakes, and ice cream.


Wrap up your day3
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Make Connections: Text to Self

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • We read about birthday celebrations around the world. Tomorrow we will hear about another special birthday celebration.




Today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Commas

  • Online Directories





Syllables tion ture7
Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Use caution when you set the sculpture beside the furniture.

  • A vulture is a creature that is sometimes in motion.

  • There was a lot of action at the celebration!

  • We show lots of affection in our culture.




Vocabulary words present favorite aunt bank collects basket
Vocabulary Words present, favorite, aunt, bank, collects, basket

  • Tia is the Spanish word for ___.

  • Tia is the Spanish word for aunt.

  • You can keep money in a ___.

  • You can keep money in a bank.

  • The one you like best is your __.

  • The one you like best is your favorite.


Vocabulary words present favorite aunt bank collects basket1
Vocabulary Words present, favorite, aunt, bank, collects, basket

  • Put your trash in the _____.

  • Put your trash in the basket.

  • Another word for a gift is a ___.

  • Another word for a gift is a present.

  • The opposite of gives away is ___.

  • The opposite of gives away is collects.


Daily Fix-It

that was my favurite present.

That was my favorite present.

i use a basket to collekt.

I use a basket to collect.


Online directories
Online Directories

  • The Internet offers lots of information

  • Typing your problem or question into an online directory often leads to lists of possible links to find that information.

  • Wording your search correctly will help you locate the information more quickly.


Wrap up your day4

Wrap Up Your Day!

Let’s Talk About

Traditions



Review games1

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City: Amazing

Spelling City: Vocabulary

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Spelling City

Review Games


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