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If You Made a Million

If You Made a Million

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  1. If You Made a Million How does money work? • Author: • David M. Schwartz • Illustrator: • Steven Kellogg • Genre: • Nonfiction

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Spelling Words • clean • agree • teeth • dream • grain • coach • display • window • shadow • cheese • peach • braid • Sunday • float • thrown • entertain • complain • bleachers • willow • wheat

  4. Vocabulary • amount • check • earned • expensive • interest • million • thousand • value • worth • afford • feat • denominations • income • inflation Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

  5. Big Question: How does money work? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Realism and Fantasy • Monitor and Fix Up • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Expression/Intonation • Commands and Exclamations • Long Vowel Digraphs • Saving Money

  8. Monday Fluency: Model

  9. Fluency: Model Expression/Intonation • Listen as I read “Where Do You Keep Your Money?” • Notice how I use my tone of voice to model reading with expression. See how I stress certain words or phrases to show their importance. Notice how chunking text can help you understand. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  10. Fluency: Model Expression/Intonation • Is the story “Where Do You Keep Your Money?” more like a realistic story or a fantasy? Why? • Why do you think authors who write realistic stories often choose to include events that did not really happen?

  11. Build Concept Vocabulary: denominations,income,inflation Saving

  12. Realism/FantasyMonitor/Fix Up Turn to page 86.

  13. Build BackgroundTake 2 or 3 minutes to think about other denominations of coins and bills.

  14. Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

  15. Vocabulary Words • amount – the total sum • check – a written order directing a bank to pay money to the person named • earned – got money in return for work or service • expensive – costing a lot of money • interest – the money paid for the use of someone else’s money

  16. Vocabulary Words • million – one thousand thousands; 1,000,000 • thousand – ten hundreds; 1,000 • value – the real worth of something in money • worth – equal in value to

  17. More Vocabulary Words • afford – to have the money, means, or time for • feat – an act that shows great skill, strength, or daring • denominations – the various amounts used as money • income – the money that someone earns • inflation – a sudden or steady increase in the price of goods • Next Slide

  18. check

  19. denominations

  20. Monday Grammar:

  21. hannahdreemed she had one hundred dollar • Hannah dreamed she had one hundred dollars. • nick and i took our pennys to the bank • Nick and I took our pennies to the bank.

  22. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • Take your pick—they’re all worth ten dollars. • That was well done! • The first sentence is a command. • The second sentence is a exclamation.

  23. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • A sentence that tells someone to do something is a command. • A sentence that shows strong feelings is an exclamation. • Command: Put a dollar on the counter. • Exclamation: What a bright penny that is!

  24. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • Some commands begins with please. • Commands usually end with periods. • The subject of a command is you. • The word you is not written or said, but it is understood.

  25. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • Exclamations can express feelings such as surprise, anger, or excitement. • Exclamations begin with a capital letter and end with an exclamation mark.

  26. Grammar: statements & questionsTell if each sentence is a command or an exclamation. • Please give me change for a dollar. • command • Put the money in your pocket. • command • What a big bag of pennies that is! • exclamation

  27. Grammar: statements & questionsTell if each sentence is a command or an exclamation. • Count the pennies carefully. • command • I am so tired of counting! • exclamation

  28. Grammar: statements & questionsTell what punctuation mark goes at the end of each sentence. • That castle is so beautiful • That castle is so beautiful! • Take a picture of the lovely gardens • Take a picture of the lovely gardens. • How expensive it must be • How expensive it must be!

  29. Grammar: statements & questionsTell what punctuation mark goes at the end of each sentence. • Think about living in a place like that • Think about living in a place like that. • What a daydream that is • What a daydream that is!

  30. Monday Spelling:

  31. Spelling Words • clean • agree • teeth • dream • grain • coach • display • window • shadow • cheese • peach • braid • Sunday • float • thrown • entertain • complain • bleachers • willow • wheat

  32. Tuesday

  33. Today we will learn about: • Long Vowel Digraphs • Context Clues • Realism and Fantasy • Monitor and Fix Up • Context Clues • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Commands and Exclamations • Long Vowel Digraphs • Economics: Costs and Benefits

  34. Vocabulary Strategy for Multiple-Meaning words Turn to page 88.

  35. If You Made a Million Pages 90 - 99

  36. Tuesday Fluency:

  37. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 101. • As I read, notice how I chunk the money combinations. • Now we will practice together doing three choral readings of page 101.

  38. Tuesday Grammar:

  39. what a beautiful sundy it is • What a beautiful Sunday it is! • dad agread to cash the check for me • Dad agreed to cash the check for me.

  40. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • A sentence that tells someone to do something is a command. • Some commands begin with please. • Commands usually end with period.

  41. Grammar: Commands and Exclamations • Sentences that show strong feels are exclamations. • Exclamations begin with a capital letter and end with an exclamation mark.

  42. Tuesday Spelling:

  43. Spelling Words • clean • agree • teeth • dream • grain • coach • display • window • shadow • cheese • peach • braid • Sunday • float • thrown • entertain • complain • bleachers • willow • wheat

  44. Wednesday

  45. Today we will learn about: • Realism and Fantasy • Monitor and Fix Up • Context Clues • Sequence • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Expression/Intonation • Commands and Exclamations • Long Vowel Digraphs • Research Money

  46. If You Made a Million Pages 100 - 111

  47. Wednesday Fluency:

  48. Fluency: Model • Turn to page 106. • As I read, notice how I read with a steady rhythm and how I chunk the words that begin with the same letter. • Now we will practice together doing three echo readings of page 106.

  49. Wednesday Grammar: