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Eddie, Incorporated

Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Illustrator: Charmie Curran

Ms. Sheida

4th Grade


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Multiple-Meaning Words

  • Multiple-Meaning words are words that have more than one meaning or definition. Some words have different meanings in different sentences.

  • Examples:

  • park

  • change

  • coat

  • tag


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Word Knowledge

1: salary grocery factory bravery

2: arrangement announcement advertisement

3: sleepy drowsy business company

4: Eddie himself was in charge of the factory.

5: It was an advertisement for the company.

6. Their business was recycling cans.


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Word Knowledge

1: salary grocery factory bravery


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Word Knowledge

These words have the suffix–ment, meaning the act of. The suffix is used to form nouns from verbs.

arrangement

announcement

advertisement

Look at the base word. What part of speech is it? When the suffix –ment is added, what part of speech is the word now?


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Word Knowledge

2: arrangement announcement advertisement


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What is a Synonym?

  • A synonym is a word that has almost the same or similar meaning

  • cold - chilly

  • vacant - empty

  • big - huge


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  • What is a Synonym for intelligent?

  • Dumb

  • Smart

  • Glad

  • Silly


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  • What is the synonym for silent?

  • Round

  • Expensive

  • Loud

  • Quiet


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Word Knowledge

3: sleepy drowsy business company


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Word Knowledge

1: salary grocery factory bravery

2: arrangement announcement advertisement

3: sleepy drowsy business company

4: Eddie himself was in charge of the factory.

5: It was an advertisement for the company.

6. Their business was recycling cans.


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Word Knowledge

  • These words are adjectives that are formed by adding a suffix to a noun.

successful = success + -ful

synonyms

profitable = ______ + -___

musical = ______ + -_____

synonyms

artistic = ______ + -_____


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Identify the two adjectives in this sentence.

Do you want an ongoing business that brings in steady money?

What nouns do these adjectives describe?

adjective ongoing noun business

adjective steady noun money


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These words each contain a different

sound of the spelling ea.

ear

steady

thread

easy


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This sentence is a declarative sentence.

A Declarative sentence makes a statement.

Manufacturing businesses can be profitable.

Rearrange the words to make this sentence into an Interrogative sentence.

An Interrogative sentence asks a question.

Can manufacturing be a profitable business?


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What kind of sentence is this?

Is there another service you could offer?

Rearrange the words to make this Interrogative (question) sentence into a declarative (telling) sentence.

There is another service you could offer.


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  • Objective:

  • Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.


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How can we figure out the meaning of a word?

  • apposition – the definition of a word is found between two commas.

  • prefix

  • base word (Show word structure posters)

  • suffix

  • context clues – help you figure out the meaning of a word, by using the other words in the sentence as clues.

    The porcelain doll my late great grandmother gave me is priceless.


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Context Clues

  • When you are reading a story and come across a word you do not know, use it’s context – the information, words, and sentences around the unfamiliar word – to find out its meaning.

  • Context clues help you figure out the meaning of a word!!!


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Notebook Files

Movie Clip

(Under Comprehension Strategies)


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Eddie, Incorporated - Vocabulary

executive (ex-ec-u-tive)

interest (in-ter-est)

profits (prof-its)

investing (in-vest-ing)

debt (debt)

incorporated (in-cor-por-at-ed)

tally (tal-ly)

income (in-come)


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executive

  • Definition: a person who manages or directs a business.

  • Synonym: CEO, administrator, boss

  • Antonym: employee, worker, applicant

  • Part of Speech: noun


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interest

  • Definition: money received on an investment

  • Synonym: benefit, profit, gain

  • Antonym: loss, drawback

  • Part of Speech: noun


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profits

  • Definition: the money people have after they pay for all the materials, salaries, and other business expenses

  • Base + Suffix: profit + -s

  • Synonym: gain, net, gross, surplus

  • Antonym: loss

  • Part of Speech: noun


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investing

  • Definition: using money to create a business with the idea that the business will make a profit.

  • Base + Suffix: invest + -ing

  • Synonym: entrusting, spending

  • Antonym: rejecting

  • Part of Speech: verb


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debt

  • Definition: anything a person owes

  • Synonym: duty, deficit, obligation

  • Antonym: cash, profit, interest

  • Part of Speech: noun


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incorporated

  • Definition: having been given permission by law to carry on an activity such as a business. The business involves more than one person.

  • Base + Suffix: incorporate + -ed

  • Synonym: included, combined

  • Antonym: separated, divided

  • Part of Speech: adjective/verb


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tally

  • Definition: to count or add

  • Synonym: record, compute, count, add

  • Antonym: divide, subtract

  • Part of Speech: verb/noun


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income

  • Definition: the total money received from a business.

  • Synonym: commission, pay, salary

  • Antonym: expenses, bills, debt

  • Part of Speech: noun


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Vocabulary Review

  • executive a. to count or add on

  • interest b. the total money received from a business

  • profits c. anything a person owes

  • Investing d. the money people have after they pay for

    all the materials, salaries, and expenses

  • debt e. using money to create a business with

    the ides that the business

  • incorporated f. involves more than one person but

    makes decisions as if a single person

  • tally g. a person who manages a business

  • Income h. money received on an investment


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Vocabulary Review

  • executive a. to count or add on

  • interest b. the total money received from a business

  • profits c. anything a person owes

  • Investing d. the money people have after they pay for

    all the materials, salaries, and expenses

  • debt e. using money to create a business with

    the ides that the business

  • incorporated f. involves more than one person but

    makes decisions as if a single person

  • tally g. a person who manages a business

  • Income h. money received on an investment


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Eddie, Incorporated is a fiction story.

The genre realistic fiction.

Characters do things that real people and real animals might do.

The setting (place and time) in a story are real or seem real.

The story is made up, but it tells about things that could really happen!


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Eddie, Incorporated

  • Genre- Realistic Fiction

  • Point of View- Third Person

  • Author’s Purpose- Entertain

    Making money is not always the most important thing about a business.

    Problems often arise in business that are not anticipated during the planning period.

    With all the enthusiasm, excitement, and trepidation of any first-time entrepreneurs, Eddie, dink, and Elizabeth prepare for the opening of Anselmino’s Aluminum Recycling Company. All three will be bosses in their share and share alike enterprise, which they hope will not only make money but also perform a community service. What will their first day of business be like?


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Clues, Problems, Wonderings

Let’s browse the realistic fiction story Eddie, Incorporated and look for clues about the story, problems you may have while reading the story, and wonderings you have about the story.

This is a fiction story, so we only want to browse the first few pages so as not to give away the ending.

We want to write our findings in note form.


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R/W Workbook Pages

  • Use Notebook Files

  • Use Websites


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Inquiry Journal

  • Use Icons of Depth and Complexity

  • Focus on Big Ideas


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Big Ideas

  • Eddie, Incorporated is a story about 3 individuals who become entrepreneurs by starting their own business.

  • Making money is not always the most important thing about a business.

  • Problems often arise in business that are not anticipated during the planning period.


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executive

  • Definition: a person who manages or directs a business.

  • Synonym: CEO, administrator, boss

  • Antonym: employee, worker, applicant

  • Part of Speech: noun


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interest

  • Definition: money received on an investment

  • Synonym: benefit, profit, gain

  • Antonym: loss, drawback

  • Part of Speech: noun


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profits

  • Definition: the money people have after they pay for all the materials, salaries, and other business expenses

  • Base + Suffix: profit + -s

  • Synonym: gain, net, gross, surplus

  • Antonym: loss

  • Part of Speech: noun


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investing

  • Definition: using money to create a business with the idea that the business will make a profit.

  • Base + Suffix: invest + -ing

  • Synonym: entrusting, spending

  • Antonym: rejecting

  • Part of Speech: verb


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debt

  • Definition: anything a person owes

  • Synonym: duty, deficit, obligation

  • Antonym: cash, profit, interest

  • Part of Speech: noun


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incorporated

  • Definition: having been given permission by law to carry on an activity such as a business. The business involves more than one person.

  • Base + Suffix: incorporate + -ed

  • Synonym: included, combined

  • Antonym: separated, divided

  • Part of Speech: adjective/verb


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tally

  • Definition: to count or add

  • Synonym: record, compute, count, add

  • Antonym: divide, subtract

  • Part of Speech: verb/noun


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income

  • Definition: the total money received from a business.

  • Synonym: commission, pay, salary

  • Antonym: expenses, bills, debt

  • Part of Speech: noun


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