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Lewis and Clark and Me: A Dog’s Tale By Laurie Myers Illustrations by Michael Dooling. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Vocabulary Definitions Additional Resources Vocabulary Sentences. Study Skills. Genre: Historical Fantasy Comprehension Skill: Author’s Purpose

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Lewis and Clark and Me:A Dog’s TaleBy Laurie MyersIllustrations by Michael Dooling

Day 1 Day 2Day 3 Day 4 Day 5

Vocabulary DefinitionsAdditional Resources

Vocabulary Sentences

study skills
Study Skills
  • Genre: Historical Fantasy
  • Comprehension Skill: Author’s Purpose
  • Comprehension Strategy: Answer Questions
  • Comprehension Review : Cause and Effect
  • Vocabulary: Word Endings
genre historical fantasy
Genre: Historical Fantasy
  • Historical Fantasy is based on real events in history, but it is a story that could never really happen-in this case, because a dog can’t write. As you read look for the facts on which this story is based.
comprehension skill review cause and effect
Comprehension Skill Review –Cause and Effect
  • Acauseexplainswhyit happens.
  • Aneffectissomething that happens.
  • Writing may include clue words such as because, in order to, so, and as a result to link causes and effects.
day 1 question of the week
Day 1- Question of the Week
  • What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey?
vocabulary say it
Vocabulary- Say It!

docks

migrating

scan

scent

wharf

yearned

more words to know
More Words to Know

pioneer

settlers

territories

traveled

consult

leisurely

mutual

comprehension strategy answer questions
Comprehension Strategy – Answer Questions
  • Good readers know where to look for the answers to questions.
  • They know sometimes the answer to a question is in one place or in several places.
  • They know sometimes they may have to use what they know to answer a question.
comprehension skill
Comprehension Skill
  • Author’s Purposeis the author’s reason or reasons for writing this story.
  • Authors don’t usually tell you this. You have to figure the reasons out.
  • It might be to inform or teach, to entertain, to express their feelings, and to persuade or convince you.
practice author s purpose
Practice Author’s Purpose
  • Let’s read p. 54 and decide the author’s purpose for including the last paragraph on that page.

To inform because the paragraph gives information about Newfoundland

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A big dog like seaman might
  • frightin some people.
  • 2. Do you think, he will bite me.
exclamatory sentences
Exclamatory Sentences
  • An exclamatory sentence…
  • is also called an exclamation.
  • expresses strong emotion.
  • always ends with an exclamation point.
  • Examples of Exclamatory Sentences
  • That movie was great!
  • What a beautiful flower!
imperative sentences
Imperative Sentences
  • An imperative sentence…
  • is also called a command
  • gives an order
  • ends with a period or exclamation point.
  • Examples of Imperative Sentences
  • Please hand me the remote control.
  • Be careful!
use each of the spelling words in a sentence 13 declarative 8 interogative and 4 exclamatory
Use each of the spelling words in a sentence. (13- declarative, 8-interogative and 4 exclamatory)
day 2 question of the day
Day 2-Question of the Day
  • Why do you think the author chose to write this story from a dog’s point of view?
vocabulary strategy for endings
Vocabulary Strategy for Endings
  • Look at the end of the word. Does it have
  • –ed or –ing?
  • –ed makes it past tense
  • –ing makes it tell about
  • present or ongoing
  • actions.
docks

docks

platforms built on the shore or out from the shore; wharves; piers

migrating

migrating

going from one region to another with the change in seasons

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scan

to glance at; look over hastily

scent

scent

a smell

wharf

wharf

platform built on the shore or out from the shore beside which ships can load or unload

yearned

yearned

felt a longing or desire

consult

consult

to seek information or advice from

leisurely

leisurely

without hurry; taking plenty of time

mutual

mutual

done, said, or felt by each toward the other

pioneer

pioneer

person who

settles in a part of a country, preparing it for others

settlers

settlers

people who take up residence in a new country or place

territories

territories

land not admitted to a state but having its own lawmaking group

traveled

traveled

went from one place to another; journeyed

weekly fluency check pauses
Weekly Fluency Check -Pauses
  • Good readers pause in certain places as they read to make the reading easy for listeners to follow.
  • Periods, dashes, and commas provide clues for pauses.
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3. What a enormous country this is

4. The Mississippi River. Is one of the biggest river in the world.

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Choose the correct punctuation mark

for each sentence.

Death Valley is very dry

,

.

?

!

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Try Again.

This sentence is stating a fact.

Try

Again

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Way to go!

This sentence is a question.

Go On

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Sorry. Try Again.

Hint: This sentence asks something.

Try

Again

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Yes! You got it!

This was a command.

Go On

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Sorry.

This sentence is telling you to do something.

Try

Again

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Now try some on your own.

(This is a command.)

group work
Group Work
  • Readers & WB 14
  • Spelling Day 2
  • Language Day 2
  • Tri-Fold Section 2
  • SmartBoard- Vocabulary Practice
day 3 question of the day
Day 3-Question of the Day
  • How would you describe the bond between Lewis

and Seaman?

review questions
Review Questions
  • How is Seaman different from other dogs?
  • What can you tell most about the Indians Lewis and Clark met in this story?
  • Why do you think the author tells what the Indians called horses?
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The river was a heighway for Lewis and clark.
  • 2. Tell me more about why they made her expedition?
group work1
Group Work
  • Partner Read & WB 17-18
  • Spelling Day 3
  • Language Day 3
  • Tri-Fold Day3
  • SmartBoard - Reading Comprehension
day 4 question of the day
Day 4-Question of the Day
  • What viewpoint, or attitude, do you think the author has about York and Sacagawea and their contributions to the expedition?
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Sacagawea is remembered because se help Lewis and Clark!
  • 2. She was only 16 years old, her husband was a French trader
what kind of sentence is this

What kind of sentence is this?

Are you going to the movies tonight?

what kind of sentence is this1

What kind of sentence is this?

What a great movie that was!

what kind of sentence is this2

What kind of sentence is this?

There are many different kinds of animals at the zoo.

what kind of sentence is this3

What kind of sentence is this?

“Open to Chapter 5 of your math book.”

what kind of sentence is this5

What kind of sentence is this?

Be careful with your iPod.

what kind of sentence is this7

What kind of sentence is this?

Do you have an iPod?

what kind of sentence is this8

What kind of sentence is this?

Please pass the salt and pepper.

what kind of sentence is this9

What kind of sentence is this?

It is sunny outside.

what kind of sentence is this10

What kind of sentence is this?

Are you planning to travel during your vacation?

what kind of sentence is this11

What kind of sentence is this?

What a beautiful day!

what kind of sentence is this12

What kind of sentence is this?

Would you like to go to the beach with me?

what kind of sentence is this13

What kind of sentence is this?

Bring your hat and sunblock with you to the beach.

what kind of sentence is this15

What kind of sentence is this?

The student went to the store to buy some candy.

what kind of sentence is this16

What kind of sentence is this?

What is your favorite food?

what kind of sentence is this17

What kind of sentence is this?

Don’t forget to study for the test.

what kind of sentence is this18

What kind of sentence is this?

This is the last practice sentence.

language game
Language Game
  • Ending Punctuation Game
group work2
Group Work
  • Reading Computer Test
  • Essay Questions
  • Language WB Day 4
  • Tri-Fold Section 4
essay questions
Essay Questions
  • Name one thing that made Seaman different from other dogs.
  • Briefly describe Seaman’s character.
  • Why did Seaman feel that he and Lewis “fit together”?
day 5 question of the day
Day 5- Question of the Day
  • What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey?
research study skill skim and scan
Research/Study Skill –Skim and Scan
  • To scan is to move one’s eyes down the page, seeking specific words and phrases.
  • Scanning is used to find out if a resource will answer a reader’s questions.
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Research/Study Skill –Skim and Scan
  • To skim a document is to read the first and last paragraphs as well as other headings and other organizers as you move down the page.
  • Skimming is used to quickly identify the main idea.
  • You might also read the first sentence of each paragraph.
identifying kinds of sentences
Identifying kinds of sentences:
  • Write declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory to identify each sentence.

1. Are elephants the largest land animals? _______

2.You can reach California by traveling west. _______

3. Don’t forget your mother’s birthday. _________

4. Bring me those papers on the desk. _________

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Identifying kinds of sentences:
  • Are elephants the largest land animals? Interrogative
  • 2.You can reach California by traveling west. Declarative

3. Don’t forget your mother’s birthday. Imperative

4. Bring me those papers on the desk. Imperative

identifying kinds of sentences2
Identifying kinds of sentences:

5. How hot it is today! ________

6. Have you ever seen a live kangaroo? ___________

7. What a great fireworks display that was! __________

8. Construction of the new school will begin in the spring. ________

9. My little brother’s favorite movie is The Lion King. ________

10.Let me help you with those heavy suitcases. __________

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5. How hot it is today! Exclamatory

6. Have you ever seen a live kangaroo? Interrogative

7. What a great fireworks display that was! Exclamatory

8. Construction of the new school will begin in the spring. Declarative

9. My little brother’s favorite movie is The Lion King.Declarative

10.Let me help you with those heavy suitcases. Imperative

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Its funny to read a story telled by a dog.
  • 2. Ask the librarian for more books about the Lewis an Clark expedition?
group work3
Group Work
  • Reading WB 19-20
  • Language Day 5
  • Tri-Fold Section 5
  • Writing Assignment
  • SmartBoard- Lewis and Clark Game or

Cause and Effect Matching

literary device imagery sensory words
Literary Device – Imagery/Sensory Words
  • Imagery, or sensory words, are words or phrases that help the reader experience the way things look, smell, taste, sound, or feel.
  • Imagery can make characters and settings seem real by appealing to the reader’s senses.
  • Imagery may help set the mood or dramatize the action.
  • Look at p.46, paragraphs 4 and 5, and describe how the words appeal to your senses.
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Additional Resources
  • Quia: Sentence Types/Subjects &
  • Predicates
  • Quia: Sentence or Fragment Game
  • BrainPop: Subjects & Predicates
  • Sequence Words Study Zone
  • BrainPop: Writing in Sequence
  • Sequence of Events
  • Internet 4 Classrooms: Sequence
  • Quia: Genres of Literature
  • Author's Viewpoint Study Zone
  • Vocabulary Practice
  • Ending Punctuation Game
  • Point of View Game
  • Author’s Purpose Game
  • Cause and Effect Matching
  • Cause and Effect Matching 2
  • Lewis and Clark Game
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Prefix & Suffix Game
  • Homophone Game
  • Context Clues
  • Quia: Types of Sentences Game
  • Interactive Story Map
  • Alliteration
fun stuff
Fun Stuff
  • Web Quest
  • Journal Entries
  • Coloring Book
  • More about Lewis and Clark
  • Kids Activities
  • About Sacagawea
  • Lewis & Clark Adventure
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