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Name ______________________________

Yippee-Yay!

By Gail Gibbons

Prediction

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Author’s Purpose

inform persuade entertain

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Yippee-Yay!

  • Focus Skills:
  • To distinguish main idea and supporting details in expository text
  • To read and understand a nonfiction selection
  • To read and understand a song
  • Genre
  • Expository Nonfiction: explains information and ideas
  • Summary
  • The life of the American cowhand in the Old West was exciting and tough. It included taming wild horses and working on cattle drives.
  • Reading Strategy
  • Use Context to Confirm Meaning
  • Good readers are active readers and they pay attention to context clues to help them understand what they are reading. Nonfiction often contains vocabulary that refers to a special subject or topic. If readers come to an unfamiliar word, they can use the context around the word to confirm its meaning.
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Page

172

Fill in the dates on this time line.

Era of the American cowboy

What is the main idea on pages 172-173?

How do you know?

Page

174

Why was a cowboy’s horse or pony often considered his best partner?

Why was roping an important skill for a cowboy to learn?

Page

176

What could happen if a horse wasn’t broken before working with cattle?

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Why was it important for ranchers to hold roundups?

Page

178

Why did ranchers brand the cattle?

Draw a cattle brand.

Sequence the following steps by putting a 1, 2 or 3 in front of each picture.

start the trail drive

count the cattle

brand the calves

Why didn’t ranchers want cattle to lose weight on the cattle drive?

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180

Why did cattle drives need a remuda and a wrangler?

Why might the foreman have to communicate with Native Americans?

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What do you think the author wants you to learn in this section?

Give three details that help you understand what it was like to be a cowboy in the Old West.

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182

What might a loud thunder clap do to a herd of cattle?

How do you think most cowboys felt at the end of a long trail drive?

What would a cowboy do?

Draw a cowboy’s face.

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Think and Respond

  • How are the lives of cowhands and ranchers of today different from those of long ago?
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  • Why does the author label some of the illustrations?
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  • Why did only the toughest cowhands go on trail drives?
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  • What parts of being a cowhand would you most like and dislike. Explain why.
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Use the graphic organizer to answer the following questions. Highlight the answers on the organizer.

  • What was the main reason there were so few cowgirls in the Old West?
  • The 1860s to the 1890s is considered to be what era in the Old West?
  • What did a cowhand have to own in order to work?
  • What was a cowhand’s most important skill?
  • What was the next thing the cowhands did after rounding up the cattle?
  • Why were the calves not branded until after the roundup?
  • Which group would wrangler, cookie, and flank rider belong to?
  • Why was the drag position the worst job a cowboy could have?
  • What was the reason for a trail drive?
  • Why are there no long cattle drives today?
  • What job do cowhands do today in a different way?
  • Why did the author write this book?
  • Why didn’t ranchers have fences around all their land?
  • How could ranchers identify their own cattle, including the new caves, when cattle from different ranches mixed together on the range?