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September 6 th -September 9 th. Week 3 . August 6 th B day. Tuesday. Warm-up glued here Answers Sentence letter supports the inference. Statement letter shows an accurate comparison. #3 09-06-11 Writing Prompt: How do relationships affect you? Write your answer here. #3.

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slide3

Warm-up glued here

Answers

  • Sentence letter supports the inference.
  • Statement letter shows an accurate comparison.

#3

09-06-11

Writing Prompt:

How do relationships affect you?

Write your answer here

slide4
#3
  • In your table of contents, add #3
    • #3 vocabulary notes about plot
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • This is the second set of vocabulary notes you have received.
  • THERE WILL BE A QUIZ ON THESE WORDS ON FRIDAY!!!
  • It will not be open notes. You must learn what these words mean and how to use them.
reading
Reading

All Summer in a Day

a day september 7 th
A day

September 7th

Wednesday

slide8

Warm-up glued here

Answers

  • You can infer that
  • Statement letter is an opinion.

#3

09-06-11

Writing Prompt:

After the story – how have the relationships (friends, family, etc.) affected Margot’s life?

Write your answer here

sequence of events
Sequence of events
  • Margot lived on Earth then moved to Venus.
  • The children didn’t like her and she had no friends.
  • The sun was coming out but Margot was locked in a closet.
  • The other children go play outside.
  • The sun goes away and it rains again.
  • The children remember Margot.
vocabulary review
Vocabulary review
  • Which word means
    • The problem or struggle that a character faces in a story?
    • Reveals how everything turns out?
    • Time and place of the action in a story?
    • Connections between people and events?
    • the people, animals, or creatures who take part in the story’s action?
    • Shows how the conflict becomes more difficult and builds suspense?
slide12

Warm-up glued here

Plot chart

Answers:

From notes

#4

09-06-11

Writing Prompt:

What did you learn today about plot?

Write your answer here

guided notes
Guided Notes
  • We will be taking notes on plot elements in a story.
  • You need to glue down the handout in your notebook.
  • You need to write down definitions from the powerpoint.
  • You need to listen – this will also be on your quiz.
practice
Practice
  • Draw your own plot diagram on your papers from the following page.
  • Label the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution on your plot diagram using our story All Summer in a Day.
  • Draw emoticons for each piece (was it a happy part? Sad? Angry?)
warm up
Warm-up

Copy the sentences. Circle the noun, underline the verb.

  • The tired students tested slowly for formatives.
  • The exhausted teacher barely lived to Friday.
  • The fluffy cat quietly licked his fur.
  • The rowdy child ran crazily around the apartment.
  • The delicious ice cream tasted wonderful!
grammar
Grammar
  • Nouns: person, place, thing, or idea
  • Verb: action words or state of being
  • Draw a line after the noun. That is the dividing river between the subject/noun and predicate/verb.
warm up1
Warm-up
  • The tired students tested slowly for formatives.
  • The exhausted teacher barely lived to Friday.
  • The fluffy cat quietly licked his fur.
  • The rowdy child ran crazily around the apartment.
  • The delicious ice cream tasted wonderful!
grammar1
Grammar
  • You can add words to sentences to modify and give more information.
    • Adverbs: these tell “how” something was done.
      • Example: The tired students tested slowly for formatives.
        • How did they test? Slowly (it was a long test)
    • Adjectives: these tell “what kind” of person, place, thing, or idea.
      • Example: The tired students tested slowly for formatives.
        • What kind of students? Tired (they’d been testing all week)
warm up2
Warm-up
  • The tired students testedslowly for formatives.
  • The exhausted teacher barelylived to Friday.
  • The fluffy cat quietlylicked his fur.
  • The rowdy child rancrazily around the apartment.
  • The delicious ice cream tastedwonderful!
vocab review
Vocab Review
  • Write the definitions in your own words:
    • Setting
    • Rising action
    • Climax
    • Conflict
    • Falling action
    • Resolution
    • Relationships
all summer in a day
All Summer in a Day
  • Movie time!
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QWmahMdeGU
    • What are some of the differences between the story and the movie?
    • Why do you think they are different?
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