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“Sayings We Share”. Proverbs and Fables. By Mrs. Augspurger. Proverbs – Day 1. Quote Completion: An apple a day . . . ____________________ Quote Discussion: The early bird gets the worm Meaning: Lesson:. Develop Concepts.

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sayings we share

“Sayings We Share”

Proverbs

and

Fables

By Mrs. Augspurger

proverbs day 1
Proverbs – Day 1

Quote Completion:

An apple a day . . . ____________________

Quote Discussion:

The early bird gets the worm

Meaning:

Lesson:

develop concepts
Develop Concepts

Why do people enjoy proverbs like “The early bird gets the worm?”

Why do older people tell proverbs to younger people, generation after generation?

read aloud clich
Read Aloud “Cliché”

A cliché

is what we all say

when we’re to lazy

to find another way

And so we say

Warm as toast,

Quiet as a mouse,

Slow as molasses,

Quick as a wink.

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Think.

Is toast the warmest thing you know?

Think again, it might not be so.

Think again: it might even be snow!

Soft as lamb’s wool, fleecy snow,

a lacy shawl of new-fallen snow.

Listen to that mouse go

scuttling and clawing,

nibbling and pawing.

A mouse can speak

if only a squeak.

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Is a mouse the quietest thing you know?

Think again, it might not be so.

Think again: it might be a shadow.

Quiet as a shadow,

quiet as growing grass,

quiet as a pillow,

or a looking glass.

Slow as molasses,

quick as a wink.

Before you say so,

take time to think.

comprehension questions
Comprehension Questions

-What is a cliché?

-Why do you think the poet wrote about clichés?

-What does the poet include in the poem to help you think about clichés?

-What is the poet’s opinion about clichés?

-Do you agree or disagree with that opinion?

narrative elements conflict resolution
Narrative Elements- Conflict & Resolution

-Conflict is a problem in a story

-Resolution is fixing a problem . . . .

Remember: there is more than one way to fix a problem!

-For example:

In “The Talent Show,” Beany was going to perform in the talent show with Carol Ann, but she did not want to. This is a conflict or problem.

Beany decided to perform by herself. This is resolution because it fixes the problem.

make and confirm predictions
Make and Confirm Predictions

A prediction is a thoughtful guess about what will happen next in the story.

Good readers use story clues and what they know to make predictions.

They then read on to see if their predictions are correct.

picture walk predictions read and confirm
Picture Walk Predictions / Read and Confirm

Proverb: Common sayings that teach a lesson.

Page 390

Page 393

Page 394

picture walk predictions read and confirm11
Picture Walk Predictions / Read and Confirm

Fables: Short tale that teaches something about life (or moral) and usually has animal characters.

Page 396-397

Page 398-399

Page 400-401

Page 402-403

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • summoned – To order a person to come.
  • fortunate – Having good luck.
  • generation – Any group of people born at about the same time.
  • persistently – Never giving up.
  • faithful – Firm and constant; worthy of trust.
  • illuminated – To light up.
spelling words
Spelling Words

bear tear haircut

stairs wear airplane

compare repair pear

prepare stare glare

sharing fairy aware

BONUS: another anyone

are beautiful because

DON’T FORGET – NO CAPITAL LETTERS!

day 2
Day 2

What is a proverb?

The used key is always bright.

What does this proverb mean?

reread and summarize partner activity
Reread and SummarizePartner Activity

Partner 1 – Read parable or fable

Partner 2 – Summarize and tell moral (lesson to be learned)

TURN PAGE

Partner 2 – Read parable or fable

Partner 1 – Summarize and tell moral

TURN PAGE AND REPEAT PROCESS FROM THE BEGINNING

decoding compound words word equations
Decoding Compound WordsWord Equations

slowpoke = __________ + __________

snakeskin = __________ + __________

campfires = __________ + __________

quicksand = __________ + _________

vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • summoned – To order a person to come.
  • fortunate – Having good luck.
  • generation – Any group of people born at about the same time.
  • persistently – Never giving up.
  • faithful – Firm and constant; worthy of trust.
  • illuminated – To light up.
day 3
Day 3
  • What is your favorite fable?
  • What lesson does it teach?
homographs
Homographs

Homographs sound and are spelled the same but can have different meanings.

-set put in place

set the table

-well all right or healthy

a hole dug to obtain water or oil

-lumber move clumsily

pieces of wood for building houses

-ground soil

made into small particles by grinding electricity term

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Homographs

Homographs sound and are spelled the same but can have different meanings.

Your turn . . . .

abuse

close

permit

prospect

day 4
Day 4
  • What is a moral?
  • What do you think it means to say that someone is a moral person?
homographs synonyms and antonyms partner activity
Homographs, Synonyms, and AntonymsPartner Activity
  • On page 398: an antonym for young
  • On page 398: a synonym for shouted
  • On page 400: a homophone for peace
  • On page 401: a more specific word for ran
vocabulary review23
Vocabulary Review
  • summoned – To order a person to come.
  • fortunate – Having good luck.
  • generation – Any group of people born at about the same time.
  • persistently – Never giving up.
  • faithful – Firm and constant; worthy of trust.
  • illuminated – To light up.
day 5
Day 5
  • What animal characters usually are hardworking in proverbs and fairy tales?
  • Why do you think this?
  • Books for all learners –
    • Small group time
    • Remember a group is like a team and you must work together to get the job done!