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Lesson 25 Day 3 “The Robodogs of Greenville”. Question of the Day. How is a summer night different from a winter night? I prefer ___________ nights to ________ nights because ________________. Today’s Read Aloud. Why might you read or listen to a poem again? for enjoyment

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Lesson 25 Day 3“The Robodogs of Greenville”


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Question of the Day

  • How is a summer night different from a winter night?

  • I prefer ___________ nights to ________ nights because ________________.

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Today’s Read Aloud

  • Why might you read or listen to a poem again?

  • for enjoyment

  • to understand it better

  • to understand figurative language

  • You will enjoy a poem more if they think about why the speaker is interested in the events that happen at night.

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Night Secrets

I stand beside my window

And I listen, and I look.

As the nighttime tells the secrets

I can read them like a book.

I can hear the owl hooting

As it searches for its prey,

And I hear the small things scurry

As they try to get away.

I see branches bend and quiver

In the soft light of the moon,

And I know that I’ll see deer tracks

When I look outside at noon.

As I climb beneath my blankets

And I start to drift toward sleep,

I begin to dream of nighttime

And its secrets that I keep.

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Today’s Read Aloud

  • What effect does the owl’s hunt have?

  • What causes the branches to bend?

  • What does the speaker mean by the phrase “As the nighttime tells its secrets/I can read them like a book”?

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Review Prefixes: pre-, mis-, in-

  • A prefix is a word part that can be added to the beginning of a word.

  • Prefixes change the meaning of the word to which they are added.

  • pre- means “before”

  • mis- means “badly” or “wrongly”

  • in- means “not”

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Let’s Practice!

  • What doe the word mean?

  • prepay

  • pay before

  • miscalculate

  • calculate wrongly

  • incomplete

  • not complete

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effective

  • Which prefix would you add to effective to form a word that means “not effective”?

pre

mis

in

ineffective

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heat

  • Which prefix would you add to heat to make a word that means to heat before?

misheat

preheat

inheat

preheat

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communicate

  • Which prefix would you add to communicate to make a word that means to communicate wrongly?

miscommunicate

precommunicate

incommunicate

miscommunicate

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Focus Skill: Cause and Effect

  • The reason an event happens is the cause, and what happens is the effect.

  • Why is it important to identify cause and effect?

  • Cause and effect help what happens and why it happens.

  • Asking a why question can help you find a cause.

  • Asking a what question can help you find an effect.

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Focus Skill: Cause and Effect

  • Reread pages 234-235 of “Chestnut Cove”.

  • What effect do the bells and trumpets have?

  • They wake up the town.

  • Why is everyone excited?

  • King Milford’s ship has come.

  • Why aren’t some people ready to get up?

  • Because it is seven o’clock in the morning.

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Author’s Message

  • The author’s message in a piece of nonfiction writing is the main idea he or she wants the reader to learn or understand.

  • To identify the message, it is often helpful to ask why the author thinks the information is important.

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Author’s Message

  • Turn to pages 110-111 of “The Art of Collage”.

  • Name some things you learned from the selection.

  • Collages can involve paper, photographs, paint, and ink

  • You need posterboard, scissors, and glue to make a collage.

  • Why did the author want you to have this information?

  • The author wanted to teach readers how to make collages.

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Robust Vocabulary

  • What is something you are required to do in school?

  • What is one functionalitem in your home that uses electricity?

  • Who are some inhabitants of a farm?

  • What could you do to make a friend feel amazement?

  • What would you think is an amplelunch?

  • What is one responsibility you have at school?

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Let’s Practice!!!!!

  • Many green turtles spend most of their lives on the coast of South America. Every two or three years, however, they make an amazing trip. They swim 1,250 miles to Ascension Island in the Atlantic Ocean. There, they lay their eggs. Then they swim all the way back.

  • What is the author’s message in this selection?

Green turtles lay their eggs on the coast of South America

Green turtles make an amazing trip to lay their eggs

Green turtles lay eggs every six years

b. Green turtles make an amazing trip to lay their eggs

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Let’s Practice!!!!!

  • There are some warm-blooded animals that live in the ocean. Seals, sea lions, and walruses are ocean mammals. They swim will, but they are clumsy on land. Dolphins, manatees, and whales are other ocean mammals, but they spend all their time in the water. They are good swimmers, too.

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Let’s Practice!!!!!

  • Which animals do you learn about in this selection?

  • What is the author’s message in this selection?

Mammals have a thick layer of body fat.

Seals, sea lions, and walruses are clumsy on land

Some warm-blooded animals live in the ocean

Dolphins, seals , and whales

Lions, tigers, and bears

Swordfish, clams, and sharks

a. Dolphins, seals and whales

c. Some warm-blooded animals live in the ocean

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GrammarReview: Present-Tense Verbs

  • Verb tense tells when the action in a sentence takes place.

  • Present-tense verbs describe action that is happening now.

  • Jaime walks to school.

  • Walks tells about action that Jaime does at the present time.

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GrammarReview: Present-Tense Verbs

  • Find the verbs.

  • Francine talked to her brother.

  • talked

  • They will eat apples.

  • will eat

  • Can you tell me the verbs in the present tense?

  • talks eat

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GrammarReview: Present-Tense Verbs

  • Write sentences using each of these verbs in the present tense.

  • to play

  • to laugh

  • to run

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