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Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade. Deborah Sampson Goes to War. I am going to read aloud a story about a young woman who dressed as a man to fight in the American Revolution. She fought under the name Robert Shurtleff . Comprehension.

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deborah sampson goes to war
Deborah Sampson Goes to War
  • I am going to read aloud a story about a young woman who dressed as a man to fight in the American Revolution.
  • She fought under the name Robert Shurtleff.
comprehension
Comprehension
  • What kind of person do you think Deborah Sampson was, from what you just heard?
  • Why do you think Dr. Binney kept Deborah’s identity a secret?
  • What did Dr. Binney probably say in his letter to General Paterson?
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It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

vocabulary
Vocabulary

armor: body covering, often of metal, worn for protection in battle

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I can monitor how well I understand the events in a story. I can reread to clarify anything that seems unclear.
  • Take a look at the pictures of this story and make predictions about what will happen to help you understand.
making inferences
Making Inferences
  • Authors do not always tell everything they want their readers to know.
  • Students need to use personal experience as well as clues in the story to make inferences (reasonable guesses) about characters, events, or settings.

Listen to Ballad of Mulan

inference chart

PB pg.32

Inference Chart

At the beginning of the story, how does Mulan feel?

Story Clues pgs. 56-57

What I Know

She stops weaving.

People who sigh sorrowfully are sad and upset.

She sighs sorrowfully.

My Inference: Mulan feels sad and upset.

Why does Mulan decide to help her father?

Story Clues pgs. 58-61

What I Know

Her father is drafted into the army. He is old and frail.

War is dangerous, especially to the old, frail people.

My Inference: She fears that her father will get hurt or killed.

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Years later, how does the Emperor feel about Mulan?

Story Clues pgs. 72-73

What I Know

He praises her for her bravery and offers her titles and gold.

It’s hard to be brave and be a good leader in battle.

My Inference: Mulan is a hero.

syllabication
Syllabication
  • Say these words clapping out the sounds:

pencil hand sit

paper computer instantly

remarkable avocado

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It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

victorious with vocabulary
Victorious with Vocabulary

We will go over your vocabulary words from Ballad of Mulan.

vocabulary1
Vocabulary

armor: body covering, often of metal, worn for protection in battle

making inferences1
Making Inferences

Students need to use personal experience as well as clues in the story to make inferences (reasonable guesses) about characters, events, or settings.

  • Reread pages 64 and 65 aloud .
  • Find details that help you infer how Mulan feels.
  • Fill in your inference chart.
multiple meaning words
Multiple Meaning Words
  • Many words have more than one meaning. When readers come across such a word in a sentence, they have to decide which meaning best fits the sentence.
  • When you come to a multiple meaning word in a sentence, the other words in the sentence (the context), give clues about the definition.
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Multiple Meaning Words

noble adjective 1. Belonging to a social class of high rank. 2. Having high moral character or courage.

3. Worthy of admiration. 4. Grand; majestic noun

A person of noble birth or rank.

Write the correct definition of the underlined word.

  • The noble soldiers went bravely into battle.
  • Mulan reached the noble peak of Black Mountain at dusk.
more multiple meaning words
More Multiple Meaning Words

trouble noun 1. A difficult situation. 2. A cause of difficulty or distress. 3. Extra work or effort. verb

1. To upset or become upset. 2. To causebother to.

Write the correct definition of the underlined word.

  • “What troubles you?” Mulan’s mother asked.
  • The war caused trouble for many years.
  • The town went to great trouble to welcome Mulan home.

Practice Book pg. 40

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Syllabication
  • A syllable is a word part with one vowel sound.
  • Dividing an unfamiliar word into syllables can help in pronouncing it.

By nightfall she was camped by the bank of the Yellow River.

A compound word is divided between the two words.

night-fall

In words with a VCCV pattern, syllables are divided between the two consonants.

Yel-low

syllabication2
Syllabication

By nightfall she was camped by the bank of the Yellow River.

A compound word is divided between the two words.

night-fall

In words with a VCCV pattern, syllables are divided between the two consonants.

Yel-low

When the consonants are different sounds, the two that form a blend are in the same syllable.

moth-er

divide these words into syllables
Divide these words into Syllables
  • elder
  • welcome
  • danger
  • saddle
  • armor
  • rabbits

Practice Book pg. 36

Choral read Ballad of Mulan

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It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

victorious with vocabulary1
Victorious with Vocabulary

We will go over your vocabulary words from Ballad of Mulan.

making inferences2
Making Inferences
  • What does it mean?
  • Look at the illustration on page 55. Describe what you see in the picture to a buddy.
  • Its important to use the 3 part process.

1. Look at the picture for clues.

2. Read the text to find word clues.

3. Use what you already know from your own experience.

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Making Inferences
  • Page 61

Why do you think Mulan is going to fight in her father’s place?

  • Page 69

What have you learned about Mulan’s character? What is she like?

  • Page 76-77

How does Mulan’s family feel when she returns?

Practice Book pgs. 34-35

using the dictionary
Using the Dictionary
  • A book of words and their meanings.
  • Used to find meanings of unfamiliar words and to check the spelling.
  • All words are in alphabetical order.
  • Words beginning with the same letter are in order by the second letter, third letter, etc.
  • Guide words show the first and last word on the page.
  • Each word in the dictionary is called an entry word.

Partner Read Ballad of Mulan

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It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

victorious with vocabulary2
Victorious with Vocabulary

We will go over your vocabulary words from Ballad of Mulan.

review ballad of mulan
Review Ballad of Mulan
  • Model “Making Judgments” (TE pg. 63)
  • Listen to c.d. Ballad of Mulan
  • Play Jeopardy
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