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Why should we learn about cowboys?Click to listen to the story.



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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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Big Question:Why should we learn about cowboys?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday


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CowboysMonday


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CowboysMonday


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Today we will learn about:

  • Suffixes –ness and –less

  • Cause and Effect

  • Graphic Organizer

  • Commas in Compound Sentences


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climate

  • cli – mate

  • Climate is the kind of weather that happens in a particular place.

  • The desert has a dry climate.

  • There is a lot of rain in a rain forest climate.

  • Florida has a much warmer climate than Michigan has.


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livestock

  • live - stock

  • Animalssuch as cows or chickens that are raised on farms are called livestock.

  • The rancher’s livestock grazed in the fields.

  • It was Jeff’s responsibility to feed the livestock each morning.



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occupation

  • oc – cu – pa – tion

  • An occupation is the work that a person does to earn a living.

  • A firefighter has a dangerous occupation.

  • My sister changed her occupation from a teacher to a lawyer.




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Suffixes

  • useful - sadly

  • We studied words like this already.

  • What do you know about reading these words?

  • Today we’ll learn about adding suffixes –less and –ness to the end of words.

  • Each suffix has a special meaning.

  • -less - without

  • -ness - the quality of being ______


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Suffixes

  • kind ness

  • This is a two-syllable word made from the base word kind and the suffix –ness.

  • You can chunk the word into its part—base words and the suffix.

  • Then cover the suffix, read the base word, and then blend the base word and the suffix to read the whole word.

  • kindness – the quality of being kind.


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careless

carelessly

sadness

friendless

laziness

useful

usefulness

hopeless

hopelessly

Suffixes


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darkness

painless

fitness

weakness

bottomless

sickness

Suffixes























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thoughtless

fearless

painlessly

useless

lonely

watchfulness

pointless

actor

carefully

brightness

graceful

gentleness

illness

teacher

awareness

Suffixes




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Cause and EffectGraphic Organizer

  • Remember A Birthday Basket for Tia.

  • What caused the musicians to begin to play their guitars and violins?

  • What would have happened if Tia had not entered the room?

  • Good readers understand what happened in a story and why it happened.


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Cause and EffectGraphic Organizer

  • Sometimes there are clue words to help figure this out.

  • Look for the clue words because, so, and since.

  • It is important to understand what you read. A graphic organizer can help you understand what happened in a story and why it happened.


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Daily Fix-It

a hurd wandered the trails?

A herd wandered the trails.

“we will visit dr. Hino today, Mom said.

“We will visit Dr. Hino today,” Mom said.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together.

  • These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but.

  • The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Every summer we get together. Grandpa tells us stories.

  • Every summer we get together, and Grandpa tells us stories.

  • He tells the same stories. We like hearing them again.

  • He tells the same stories, but we like hearing them again.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • We sit close together. We don’t say a word. (and)

  • We sit close together, and we don’t say a word.

  • Cindy likes the scary stories. I like the funny ones (but)

  • Cindy likes the scary stories, but I like the funny ones.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Grandpa uses different voices. He acts out all the parts. (and)

  • Grandpa uses different voices, and he acts out all the parts.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Suffixes –ness, -less

  • Spelling Words with Suffixes

  • Cause and Effect

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will read about cowboys.


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CowboysMonday


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CowboysTuesday


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CowboysTuesday


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Today we will learn about:

  • Suffixes –less, -ness

  • Amazing Words

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Compound Words

  • Word Structure

  • Commas in Compound Sentences


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buckaroo

  • buck – a – roo

  • Buckaroo is another name for cowboy or cowhand.

  • The buckaroo rode the wild horse.

  • The buckaroo rounded up the cattle and put them into the corral.



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drover

  • drov - er

  • Drover is another name for a cowboy who herds droves of cattle along a trail.

  • The drover rode his horse and made sure the cattle stayed on the trail.

  • The drover chased after the calf that ran away.



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lariat

  • lar – i - at

  • A lariat is another name for a lasso, or stiff rope with a sliding loop at one end used for catching horses or cows.

  • The drover threw the lariat and caught the cow around the neck.

  • It takes a lot of practice for a cowboy to learn how to use a lariat to catch a horse.



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Suffixes

  • sweetness

  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with suffixes.

  • What base word and suffix form sweetness?

  • When you come to a word with a suffix, look at the base word and suffix and blend the two word parts together to read it.



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Suffixes

Find the words with suffixes in “A Cowboy’s Life.”

  • fearless

  • countless

  • loneliness

  • weariness

  • cheerfulness

























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Suffixes

  • Dad wants us to show kindness and goodness to people.

  • Fitness will help prevent sickness and weakness.

  • “I am fearless in the darkness!” I told my sister.



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Vocabulary Words

  • cattle – cows or bulls raised for their meat, milk, or skins

  • trails – a path across a field or through the woods

  • cowboy – a person who works on a cattle ranch or take part in rodeos

  • herd – a group of the same kind of animal that is kept or fed together

  • campfire – a fire in a camp used for cooking or warmth (next slide)










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Vocabulary Words

  • railroad – a road or track of two steel rails that trains run on

  • galloped – to run very fast

  • roundup – driving or bringing cattle together from long distances

  • chuckwagon– a wagon that carries food and cooking equipment for cowboys

  • bellowed – made a loud, deep noise like a roar


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cattle

galloped

trails

stars

cowboy

money

herd

clothes

campfire

caught

railroad

many

Vocabulary Words


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Word Structure

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

  • We can look in a dictionary or glossary.

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


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Word Structure

  • Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts.

  • We may understand the base word and suffix (graceful, full of grace), or the two smaller words in a compound word (campfire, a fire at camp)

  • Today we will learn more about using word parts.


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Daily Fix-It

were sitting by the camfire.

We’re sitting by the campfire.

the Cowboy rode the tails.

The cowboy rode the trails.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together.

  • These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but.

  • The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Cowboys tell stories. They read by the campfire

  • Cowboys tell stories, and they read by the campfire.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Lesson Vocabulary

  • Graphic Organizer

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow they will hear another story about cowboys.


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CowboysTuesday


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CowboysWednesday


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CowboysWednesday


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Today we will learn about:

  • Syllables –tion, -ture

  • Words with Suffixes –ness, -less

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Fluency

  • Commas in Compound Sentences


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legend

  • leg - end

  • A legend is a story that has been passed down through the years that many people believe.

  • A legend can also be a famous person who is greatly admired for his or her talents.

  • There is a legend about a cowboy in the Old West who could catch any wild horse.

  • Davy Crockett is a legend in American history.


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rawhide

  • raw - hide

  • Rawhide is an animal hide that has been tanned, or made into leather.

  • The cowboys used a rope made of rawhide.

  • After the rawhide is tanned into leather, it will be made into a jacket.





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Syllables –tion, -ture

  • action

  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with more than one syllable.

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

  • ac / tion

  • Remember that –tion stands for /shen/.


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pic ture

na tion

mo tion

na ture

cau tion

frac tion

mix ture

sta tion

fea ture

fix ture

frac ture

Syllables –tion, -ture



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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • The _______ took care of a cow that had an injured leg.

  • The cowboy took care of a cow that had an injured leg.

  • We rode down many _______.

  • We rode down many trails.

  • When the horse ____, it ran very fast.

  • When the horse galloped, it ran very fast.


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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • We made sure the ____ didn’t run away.

  • We made sure the cattle didn’t run away.

  • She sat close to the _____ to stay warm.

  • She sat close to the campfire to stay warm.


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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • There were many cows in the ____.

  • There were many cows in the herd.

  • You can ride a ___ train across the country.

  • You can ride a railroad train across the country.




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Time Words

  • Remember that Cowboys refers to a time long ago.

  • Some words represent or show time, such as the words long ago.

  • What is the time words in this sentence?

  • I have piano lessons once each week.

  • once each week

  • Think of more time words.


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Daily Fix-It

how manny cattel are in the heard

How many cattle are in the herd?

the Cowboy gallupped

The cowboy galloped.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together.

  • These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but.

  • The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

Combine these sentences:

  • Uncle Henry always shows us pictures. We like to see them.

  • Uncle Henry always shows us pictures, and we like to see them.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Cause and Effect

  • Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Rate

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will listen to a story about the things cowboys use and wear.


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CowboysWednesday


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CowboysThursday


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CowboysThursday


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Today we will learn about:

  • Suffixes –ness, -less

  • Words with Suffixes

  • Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Pace

  • Commas

  • Listen to a Description




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Sentence Reading

  • Peach is their fastest selling breakfast tea.

  • The youngest of his three tireless daughters teaches reading.

  • I went running for half an hour and breathed in and out in the stillness.


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Sentence Reading

  • I’ve seen many feathers, but this is the prettiest eagle feather!

  • Did you buy the gingerbread spread and peanuts for the feast?

  • I like sitting alone in the meadow when the weather is cloudless and a bit warmer.




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Daily Fix-It

we built a camp fire?

We built a campfire.

did you see the herd of cattle.

Did you see the herd of cattle?


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Commas in Compound Sentences

  • Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together.

  • These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but.

  • The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.


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Commas in Compound Sentences

Combine these sentences:

  • The night air was chilly. I had a warm blanket.

  • The night air was chilly, but I had a warm blanket.


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Speaking and Listening:Listen to a Description

Speakers:

  • Use interesting words.

  • Remember your audience’s interests.

    Listeners:

  • Face the speaker.

  • Listen for the most important things.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Making Connections

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Today we read about cowboy gear and discussed the importance of cowboys. Tomorrow we will hear more about cowboys.


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CowboysThursday


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CowboysFriday


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Today we will learn about:

  • Suffixes –ness, -less

  • Vocabulary

  • Amazing Words

  • High Frequency Words

  • Commas

  • Thesaurus




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Suffixes

  • It is useless to call on that cordless phone.

  • It is useless to call on that cordless phone.

  • Treat people with kindness or you may be friendless.

  • Treat people with kindness or you may be friendless.


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Suffixes

  • Good fitness can make you feel ageless and tireless!

  • Good fitness can make you feel ageless and tireless!

  • She acted fearless during her illness.

  • She acted fearless during her illness.




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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • A ___ has a tough job, I’d say.

  • A cowboy has a tough job, I’d say.

  • He can move a big ____along its way.

  • He can move a big herd along its way.

  • Across the ___he rides—”yipee yi yay!”

  • Across the trails he rides—”yipee yi yay!”


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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • He keeps the ___moving all day.

  • He keeps the cattle moving all day.

  • To the ____ station, but he does not stay.

  • To the railroad station, but he does not stay.


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Vocabularycampfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails

  • At night around the ___ he sings.

  • At night around the campfire he sings.

  • He has ___for miles and seen many things!

  • He has galloped for miles and seen many things!


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Rhyming Words

  • A cowboy has a tough job, I’d say.

  • He can move a big herd along its way

  • Across the trails he rides—”yipee yi yay!”

  • He keeps the cattle moving all day

  • To the railroad station, but he does not stay.

  • At night around the campfire he sings.

  • He has galloped for miles and seen many things!



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Daily Fix-It

fore cowbois sat around

Four cowboys sat around.

the horses gallopped away

The horses galloped away.


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Research/Study SkillsThesaurus

  • occupation

  • A thesaurus is a book of synonyms.

  • You can use it when you want to find synonyms—words with the same meaning or almost the same meaning as another word.

  • You can use a thesaurus to find other words that mean the same thing as occupation.


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Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Traditions


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CowboysFriday


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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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APTPlus Videos (password required)

  • Time Warp Trio: The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy (21:31)

  • Native Americans: Living in the Land (06:30)

  • The Real American Cowboy (26:00)


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Story test

Classroom webpage,

Student page,

Taking Tests

AR

Other Reading Quizzes

Quiz # 904619

We are now ready to take our story tests.


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