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  1. The Ch’i-lin Purse Day 2

  2. Concept talk What are the rewards in helping others?

  3. Partner Share • How can being stranded cause a person great distress? • Describe a time when you did a favor for someone. • Why is it important not to panic in a difficult situation?

  4. Amazing Words • Praise- if you praise someone, you express warm approval or admiration • She loved the praise her mom gave her. • Nurture- means to bring up or care for • Chuck and Jen nurture the baby bird until it was able to fly away. • Teach your partner what these amazing words mean.

  5. Word Analysis Suffixes –tion, -ion When you add the suffix to a word, you change what the word means. The suffix –tionand –ion changes a verb into a noun that means “the state or result of”.

  6. Word Analysis The word fascination has the suffix –tion. The base word is fascinate. Fascinate is a verb that means “to interest intensely”. Adding the suffix -tion changes the verb fascinate into the noun fascination, which means “the state of being intensely interested”.

  7. Literary Terms • We are going to need our books now. • 1-5 • 6-10 • 11-15 • 16-20 • 21-26

  8. Literary Terms Symbolism A symbol is a person, place or thing that represents an abstract idea. For example, one common symbol is a dove. It is a bird, but it also stands for peace.

  9. Symbolism • Let’s look at “Ah Tcha’s Leaves” on page 233. In folk tales, characters often symbolize, or stand for certain types of people in real life. • Ah Tcha is very wealthy at the beginning and end of the story. I think he symbolizes wealthy, powerful people.

  10. Resolution • In author’s story structure their stories with plot elements such as conflict, rising action, climax, and resolution. • In the resolution, the conflict is resolved, the action winds down, and the story ends.

  11. Resolution • When I look at “Ah Tcha’s Leaves” I see that the resolution is when Nu Wu charms the leaves and Ah Tcha is able to stay awake. The action winds down and the story ends as we learn that Ah Tcha becomes wealthy again. I can see how other events in the story lead up to this resolution. The resolution solves the problem of Ah Tcha falling asleep. I remember Nu Wu appeared earlier, so it makes sense she is part of the resolution.

  12. Vocabulary • Astonished- syn- surprised • shocked, surprised • Behavior-syn-way of acting • the way a person acts or behaves • Teach your partner these words.

  13. Vocabulary • Benefactor- someone who helps someone out financially with no expectation of payback • Distribution- syn- giving out • To give or pass out something • TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS

  14. Vocabulary • gratitude- syn- thankfulness • To be grateful or thankful • Procession-syn-group moving together • A group of people or animals moving together • TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS

  15. Vocabulary • Recommend- syn-heartily suggest • To suggest or offer • Sacred –syn- holy • Something that is considered holy • Traditions- things that you do for certain events • TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS

  16. GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS • I took a photograph of the mountain. • In Greek, photo means “light” and graph means “to write”. • This makes sense in the sentence because I know that I need light to take a picture with a camera and the light “writes” the image. Knowing this word will help me understand other words with the roots photo and graph, such as a photographic, biography, and telegraph.

  17. GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS • What is the meaning of photographic? • What is the meaning of biography? • What is the meaning of telegraph?

  18. Conventions • Action and linking verbs: • Jana ate the sandwich. • Pedro is happy today. • “ate” is an action verb, it describes the action of eating. • “is” is a linking verb, because it links Pedro with being happy without using an action.

  19. Spelling Vowel sounds with r

  20. Daily Fix it Lets take a look at our Daily Fix it

  21. Writing • Poems include: • Verse • Rhyme • Rhythm • They use techniques like: • Onomatopoeia-words imitate sounds • Assonance-repetition of vowel sounds • Alliteration- repetition of beginning letter sounds

  22. The Ch’i-lin Purse • What might make us want to do a good deed? • What kinds of good deeds have you or others? • What reward did you receive for doing that deed? • How long might it take to be rewarded for a good deed?

  23. Folk Tale • A folk tale is a story that has been passed down through oral tradition over many generations. Folk tales often reflect the customs and beliefs of a particular culture. • The characters are often stereotypes, and they fulfill one particular function. The conflicts are usually resolved by good being rewarded and evil being punished.

  24. The Ch’i-lin Purse • Think about how good deeds can come back to help people later. • Read to page 243.