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author jane goodall genre expository nonfiction
Author:

Jane Goodall

Genre:

Expository Nonfiction

Big Question: What can people do to protect animals?

review games
Review Games

Story Sort

VocabularyWords:

  • Arcade Games
  • Study Stack
  • Spelling City: Vocabulary
  • Spelling City: Spelling Words
big question what can people do to protect wild animals monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday

Big Question: What can people do to protect wild animals?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words

More Words to Know

Vocabulary Words
  • conservation
  • contribute
  • enthusiastic
  • environment
  • investigation
  • humane
  • loggers
  • tapeworms
  • conservation
  • naturalist
  • wildlife
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Build Concepts
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Ask Questions
  • Build Background
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Model Phrasing
  • Grammar: Main and Helping Verbs
  • Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an, -el, -le, -il
  • Protecting Animals
fluency model phrasing11
Fluency: Model Phrasing
  • Listen as I read “Jane Goodall.”
  • As I read, notice how I group together groups of related words to model phrasing.
  • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
fluency model phrasing12
Fluency: Model Phrasing
  • Is the introductory sentence a statement of fact or opinion? Explain.
  • What was the effect of Jane’s visit to her friend’s family in Kenya when she was twenty-three?
concept vocabulary
Concept Vocabulary
  • conservation– preservation from harm or decay
  • naturalist– a person who studies living things
  • wildlife– wild animals and plants
  • (Next Slide)
concept vocabulary16

Concept Vocabulary

(To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

prior knowledge
Prior Knowledge
  • This week’s audio explores wildlife and ways to protect wildlife. After you listen, we will discuss new information you learned about protecting wildlife.
vocabulary words22
Vocabulary Words
  • conservation– preservation from harm or decay; protection from loss or from being used up
  • contribute– to help bring about
  • enthusiastic– eagerly interested
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Vocabulary Words
  • environment– condition of the air, water, soil, etc.
  • investigation – a careful search
more words to know
More Words to Know
  • humane – not cruel or brutal; kind
  • loggers– people whose work in cutting down trees
  • tapeworms – long, flat worms that live as a parasite in the intestines of humans and animals
  • (Next Slide)
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wild animals is having a hard time living with humens

  • Wild animals are having a hard time living with humans.
  • miny has becomed endangered
  • Many have become endangered.
main and helping verbs
Main and Helping Verbs
  • Once I was giving a speech and a fly flew in the room.
  • Was giving is a verb phrase. It is made up of a main verb (giving) that tells the action and a helping verb (was) that helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases.
  • In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action.
  • The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Some common helping verbs are has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, and should.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • The main verb is always the last word in a verb phrase. (Animals are losing habitats.)
  • There may be more than one helping verbs in a verb phrase. (Weshould have saved more wetland habitats.)
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Helping verbs such as is and are show that action is happening in the present. (Forests are cut down for wood.)
  • Was and were tell that the action happened in the past. (Once millions of acres of forest were standing in this area.)
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Willtells that the action is happening in the future. (Trees will disappear if we don’t conserve them.)
main and helping verbs find the verb phrase in each sentence
Main and Helping VerbsFind the verb phrase in each sentence.
  • For years, people have given names to their pets.
  • have given
  • Our dog is named Groucho.
  • is named
  • Pets can perform fascinating tricks.
  • can perform
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Main and Helping VerbsFind the verb phrase in each sentence.
  • Groucho has entertained us for years.
  • has entertained
  • He could have been a standup comic.
  • could have been
  • Sometimes he will walk on his hind legs.
  • will walk
main and helping verbs find the verb phrase in each sentence37
Main and Helping VerbsFind the verb phrase in each sentence.
  • You should see his stubby tail.
  • should see
  • No one can resist his floppy ears.
  • can resist
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Main and Helping VerbsFind the verb phrase. Tell which verb is the helping verb and which is the main verb.
  • We should respect wild animals.
  • should (helping) respect (main)
  • They are sharing the planet with us.
  • are (helping) sharing (main)
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Main and Helping VerbsFind the verb phrase. Tell which verb is the helping verb and which is the main verb.
  • They can frighten us at times.
  • can (helping) frighten (main)
  • Most of them are frightened by us too.
  • are (helping) frightened (main)
today we will learn about43
Today we will learn about:
  • Context Clues
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Choral Reading
  • Grammar: Main and Helping Verbs
  • Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il
  • Science: Animal Habitats
  • Protecting Animals
fluency choral reading47
Fluency: Choral Reading
  • Turn to page 214, suggestion 1.
  • As I read, notice how I group chunks of words together in meaningful units.
  • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of suggestion 1.
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the scouts is clening up the river

  • The scouts are cleaning up the river.
  • this be a good way to hep animals
  • This is a good way to help animals.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases.
  • In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action.
  • The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Some common helping verbs are has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, and should.
today we will learn about55
Today we will learn about:
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Ask Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Model Phrasing
  • Grammar: Main and Helping Verbs
  • Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il
  • Science: Roots and Shoots
  • Protecting Animals
fluency model phrasing58
Fluency: Model Phrasing
  • Turn to page 216, suggestion 3.
  • As I read, notice how I group related words to add emphasis.
  • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.
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we shoud plant trees to replace the wons we cut down

  • We should plant trees to replace the ones we cut down.
  • loss of trees increases the level, of carbon dioxide in the air
  • Loss of trees increases the level of carbon dioxide in the air.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases.
  • In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action.
  • The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Some common helping verbs are has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, and should.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • A verb phrase tells when an action takes place. Is, are, do, does, has, and have show present time.
  • Was, were, did, and had show past time.
  • Will shows future time.
  • The main verb may change to show time too (is walking; had walked)
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Review something you have written to see if you can show when events occurred more accurately by using verb phrases.
today we will learn about68
Today we will learn about:
  • Expository Nonfiction/Text Features
  • Reading Across Texts
  • Content-Area Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Grammar: Main and Helping Verbs
  • Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il
  • Science: Ecosystems
fluency partner reading71
Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Turn to page 216, suggestion 3.
  • Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Be sure to use appropriate phrasing and offer each other feedback.
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we once had a beagel name obiwan

  • We once had a beagle named Obiwan.
  • that dog aten more than i did
  • That dog ate more than I did.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases.
  • In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action.
  • The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Some common helping verbs are has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, and should.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Test Tip:A test may ask you to tell whether a word such as are is a helping verb or a linking verb. To answer, check how the word is used in a sentence.
  • A helping verb is part of a verb phrase and is followed by a verb.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Alinking verb is usually followed by a noun or an adjective.
  • Helping Verb:They are traveling.
  • Linking Verb:They are excited.
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Todaywe will learn about:
  • Build Concept Vocabulary
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Author’s Viewpoint/Bias
  • Context Clues
  • Grammar: Main and Helping Verbs
  • Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il
  • Electronic Media
  • Protecting Animals
fact and opinion
Fact and Opinion
  • A statement of fact can be proved true or false. A statement of opinion tells what someone thinks or feels.
  • Statements of opinion often contain words that make judgments, such as interesting or beautiful.
  • A single sentence might contain both a statement of fact and a statement of opinion.
author s viewpoint bias
Author’s Viewpoint/Bias
  • An author’s viewpoint is the way an author looks at the subject he or she is writing about.
  • Biased writing is writing that shows an author’s strong feeling for or against something.
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Author’s Viewpoint/Bias
  • You can learn about an author’s viewpoint by asking yourself questions about the author’s beliefs and assumptions as you read.
  • You can determining whether writing is biased by evaluating the evidence that an author gives to support his or her viewpoint.
context clues
Context Clues
  • You can use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
  • List any unfamiliar words from “Jane Goodall’s 10 Ways to Help Save Wildlife: or “Why Some Animals Are Considered Bad or Scary,” and write the context clues and the word meanings.
electronic media
Electronic Media
  • What types of sources could you use to find an interview with Jane Goodall for information on how to help save endangered animals?
  • Electronic media includes both computer and non-computer means of communication.
electronic media88
Electronic Media
  • Computer media includes software, CD-ROMs, and the Internet.
  • Non-computer media includes audiotapes, videotapes, DVDs, films, TV, and radio.
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Electronic Media
  • To use computer sources such as CD-ROMs and the Internet, a keyword search is usually best for finding information.
  • A keyword is a word that defines the information you are looking for.
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janegoodall has spent she life educating the world about animals

  • Jane Goodall has spent her life educating the world about animals.
  • she is a great exampel of how to treat Wildlife
  • She is a great example of how to treat wildlife.
main and helping verbs93
Main and Helping Verbs
  • Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases.
  • In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action.
  • The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.
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Main and Helping Verbs
  • Some common helping verbs are has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, and should.
we are now ready to take our story tests
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