Download
grandma s records n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Grandma’s Records PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Grandma’s Records

Grandma’s Records

1266 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

Grandma’s Records

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Grandma’s Records Mrs. Williams Third Grade

  2. Presidents Day • I am going to read an article about Presidents Day. • Who was the first president? • Who is our current • president?

  3. Comprehension • What are some ways the nation honors both presidents? What other ways is George Washington honored? • What are some ways that children celebrate Presidents Day? • How do adults honor these two presidents?

  4. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary Words we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  5. Salsa Vocabulary conga: a tall, narrow drum with one head that is played by beating with the hands.

  6. percussion: a striking together of two things to create sound.

  7. performing: presenting something, such as music or acting, before an audience.

  8. record: a grooved disc that can be played on a phonograph.

  9. salsa: a style of Latin American dance music that mixes African, Cuban, jazz, and rock music.

  10. theater: a building where plays, movies, or concerts are presented.

  11. As I read, I can think of questions about the boy, his grandmother, and their traditions. • Asking questions is a good way to make sure you understand what you are reading.

  12. Categorize and Classify • Categorizing and classifying can help readers understand, summarize, and remember information. • To categorize is to give a name to a whole group of items that are alike. • To classify is to sort items into those categories.

  13. Categorize and Classify

  14. When You are Finished!

  15. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary Words we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  16. Salsa Vocabulary We will go over your vocabulary words from Grandma’s Records.

  17. Salsa Vocabulary conga: a tall, narrow drum with one hand that is played by beating with the hands.

  18. percussion: a striking together of two things to create sound.

  19. Categorize and Classify • Imagine you are packing clothing for a trip and make sure you have everything you need. You will making a Venn diagram like this one to help you classify. You are comparing your outdoor clothing to your indoor clothing. Indoors Out doors Both

  20. Plurals • Plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. • Formed by adding an –s or –es I’d pick out my favorites and make sketches of the art. • Plural nouns ending with a y She would tell me her stories about growing up in Puerto Rico.

  21. Plural Noun Song (Sung to the Adams Family) To change a singular noun into a plural noun all you have to do-o is add an “S” To change a singular noun that ends with an “s-s” (ch, sh, x) all you have to do-o is add “ES” To change a singular noun that ends with an “y” all you have to do-o is drop the y- and add an “IES”

  22. Change these nouns to plural nouns. • family • band • cover • hundred • musician • story • pea • memory

  23. Dictionary Guide WordsTE pg. 213G

  24. When You are Finished!

  25. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary Words we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  26. performing: presenting something, such as music or acting, before an audience.

  27. record: a grooved disc that can be played on a phonograph.

  28. Categorize and Classify What Grandma Cares About Things from Puerto Rico Things from New York

  29. Plural Noun Song (Sung to the Adams Family) To change a singular noun into a plural noun all you have to do-o is add an “S” To change a singular noun that ends with an “s-s” (ch, sh, x) all you have to do-o is add “ES” To change a singular noun that ends with an “y” all you have to do-o is drop the y- and add an “IES”

  30. Plurals • (couch) How many _______ are in your living room? • (bunch) My mother bought _______ of grapes. • (story) We will read both ______ together. • (worry) My ________ kept me awake.

  31. Plural Endings

  32. When You are Finished!

  33. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary Words we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  34. salsa: a style of Latin American dance music that mixes African, Cuban, jazz, and rock music.

  35. theater: a building where plays, movies, or concerts are presented.

  36. Group Guide Word activity

  37. Guide Words • With your group you will work on guide words using your dictionary.

  38. Review Grandma’s Records • Listen to c.d. of Grandma’s Records • Review for test • Play Jeopardy

  39. When You are Finished!

  40. When You Are Finished After you finish your Weekly Skills Test: • Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. • Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. • Finish the story map. • Read a book of your choice.