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  1. Title: Fly, Eagle, Fly! Author: Christopher Gregorowski Illustrator: Niki Daly Genre: Folk Tale Big Question: Why might an eagle act like a chicken?

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Spelling Words • monster • surprise • hundred • complete • control • sample • instant • inspect • pilgrim • contrast • explode • district • address • substance • children • merchant • embrace • purchase • curtsy • contract

  4. Vocabulary Words • clutched • echoed • gully • reeds • scrambled • valley • clambered • crevices • reluctantly • coaxed • frightening • nudged Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

  5. BigQuestion: Why might an eagle act like a chicken? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Plot and Theme • Graphic Organizers • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression/Intonation • Grammar: Prepositions • Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCCV • Fitting In

  8. Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation Monday

  9. Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation • As I read “Eaglet’s World,” I will read with accuracy and at an appropriate pace. I will use different tones of voice to show surprise, happiness, or other emotions as I read. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish reading.

  10. Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation • What is the “big idea” of the story? • How does Eaglet’s leaving the nest compare to human children leaving home?

  11. Build Conceptscoaxed, frightening, nudged Fitting In

  12. Turn to pages 112 – 113. Plot and ThemeGraphic Organizers

  13. Build Background: Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about eagles?

  14. VocabularyWords • clutched – grasped something tightly • echoed – heard again • gully - ditch made by heavy rains or running water • reeds – tall grasses that grow in wet places

  15. VocabularyWords • scrambled – to make your way, especially by climbing or crawling quickly • valley – a region of low land that lies between hills or mountains

  16. OtherVocabularyWords • clambered – climbed something using your hands and feet • crevices – narrow splits or cracks • reluctantly – not really want to do something

  17. OtherVocabularyWords • coaxed- talked into doing something by using gentle words and kindness • frightening – scary • nudged – pushed gently or lightly • Next slide

  18. clutched

  19. gully

  20. reeds

  21. valley

  22. crevices

  23. nudged

  24. Grammar: Prepositions Monday

  25. a eagle sudenly appeared on the Ridge • An eagle suddenly appeared on the ridge. • the eagles flight took us by suprise • The eagle’s flight took us by surprise.

  26. Prepositions • A voice was calling outside in the darkness. • Inis a preposition. The words in the darkness are a prepositional phrase.

  27. Prepositions • A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase. • A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition. • A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

  28. Prepositions • Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff. • Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff. • Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

  29. PrepositionsHint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile. • about • above • across • after • against • along • among • around • at • before • behind • below • beneath • beside • between • beyond • by • down • during • except • for • from • in • inside

  30. PrepositionsHint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile. • into • near • of • off • on • onto • out • outside • over • past • since • through • throughout • to • toward • under • underneath • until • up • upon • with • within • without

  31. PrepositionsFind the prepositional phrase. • My family drove through the Rocky Mountains. • through the Rocky Mountains • A huge bird flew across the sky. • across the sky

  32. PrepositionsFind the prepositional phrase. • It settled above a rocky cliff. • above a rocky cliff • It stopped beside a huge nest. • beside a huge nest • Inside the nest, baby eagles rested. • Inside the nest

  33. PrepositionsChoose the preposition in ( ) that makes sense. • The word _____a baby eagle is eaglet. (for, into) • for • An eagles is covered ____ fuzz. (from, with) • with • Eaglets leave the nest ___12 weeks. (after, onto) • after

  34. Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV Monday

  35. Spelling Words • monster • surprise • hundred • complete • control • sample • instant • inspect • pilgrim • contrast • explode • district • address • substance • children • merchant • embrace • purchase • curtsy • contract

  36. Tuesday

  37. Today we will learn about: • Syllables VCCCV • Context Clues • Plot Structure • Graphic Organizers • Word Structure • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Prepositions • Time for Science: Living Facts • Instinct • Fitting In

  38. Turn to pages 114 - 115. Vocabulary Strategy for Endings

  39. Turn to pages 116 - 125. Fly, Eagle, Fly!

  40. Fluency: Choral Reading Tuesday

  41. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 120. • As I read, notice how my voice changes in tone as I read dialogue. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this page.

  42. Grammar: Prepositions Tuesday

  43. the bald eagle live high on top the clif • The bald eagle lives high on top of the cliff. • it seems like the bigest bird in the wirld • It seems like the biggest bird in the world.

  44. Prepositions • A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase. • A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition. • A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

  45. Prepositions • Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff. • Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff. • Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

  46. PrepositionsHint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile. • about • above • across • after • against • along • among • around • at • before • behind • below • beneath • beside • between • beyond • by • down • during • except • for • from • in • inside

  47. PrepositionsHint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile. • into • near • of • off • on • onto • out • outside • over • past • since • through • throughout • to • toward • under • underneath • until • up • upon • with • within • without

  48. Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV Tuesday

  49. Spelling Words • monster • surprise • hundred • complete • control • sample • instant • inspect • pilgrim • contrast • explode • district • address • substance • children • merchant • embrace • purchase • curtsy • contract

  50. Wednesday