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  1. Big Question: What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey? Author: Laurie Myers Illustrator: Michael Dooling Genre: Historical Fantasy

  2. Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Spelling Words • Spelling City: Vocabulary

  3. Small Group Timer

  4. Spelling Words Long a & i

  5. sigh right weigh eight detail height spray braid bait grain slight thigh tight raisin trait highway frighten dismay freight sleigh eighteen mayonnaise campaign daylight twilight

  6. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • docks • migrating • scan • scent • wharf • yearned • consult • leisurely • mutual • pioneer • settlers • territories • traveled

  7. Big Question: What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  8. Monday

  9. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Author’s Purpose • Answer Questions • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Pauses • Grammar: Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences • Spelling: Long a & i • Exploration

  10. Fluency Model Pauses

  11. Fluency: Model Pauses • Listen as I read “Johnny Appleseed.” • As I read, notice how I pause in certain places to make the reading easy for listeners to follow. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  12. Fluency: Model Pauses • What do you think is the author’s main purpose for writing this selection? • Why do you think the author includes a description of how Johnny Appleseed looked?

  13. Concept Vocabulary • pioneer– person who settles in a part of a country, preparing it for others • settlers– people who take up residence in a new country or place • territories – land not admitted to a state but having its own lawmaking group • traveled – journeyed • Next Slide

  14. pioneers & settlers

  15. Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

  16. Build Concept Vocabulary: pioneer, settlers, territories, traveled Exploration

  17. Author’s Purpose &Answer Questions Turn to pages 40 - 41.

  18. Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about the explorers Lewis and Clark and their expedition across the Midwest and West?

  19. Vocabulary Words

  20. Vocabulary Words • docks – platforms built on the shore or out from the shore; wharves; piers • migrating – going from one region to another with the change in seasons • scan – to glance at; look over hastily

  21. Vocabulary Words • scent – a smell • wharf – platform built on the shore or out from the shore beside which ships can load or unload • yearned – felt a longing or desire

  22. More Words to Know • consult – to seek information or advice from • leisurely – without hurry; taking plenty of time • mutual – done, said, or felt by each toward the other • (next slide)

  23. docks

  24. migrating

  25. wharf

  26. leisurely

  27. Grammar Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

  28. a big dog like seaman mite frightin some peopel • A big dog like Seaman might frighten some people. • do you think, he will bite me • Do you think he will bite me?

  29. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences • Fetch us a squirrel. • This sentence is an imperative sentence. • An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. • It usually begins with a verb and ends with a period. • The subject (you) is not shown.

  30. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences • This is an amazing ! • Thissentence is an exclamatory sentence. • An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling or surprise. • It ends with an exclamation mark.

  31. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences • An interjection also shows strong feeling and ends with an exclamation mark. An interjection is a word or group of words, not a complete sentence.

  32. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences • Imperative Sentence: Steer the boat upstream. • Exclamatory Sentences: This is an enormous river! How wide the river is! • Interjection: Amazing!

  33. Imperative and Exclamatory SentencesIs the sentence imperative or exclamatory? • Keep your eyes open for rocks. • imperative • Give me the oar. • imperative • We’re going to overturn! • exclamatory

  34. Imperative and Exclamatory SentencesIs the sentence imperative or exclamatory? • Wow! That was a very close call! • exclamatory • Make sure that doesn’t happen again. • imperative

  35. Imperative and Exclamatory SentencesWhat is the correct end punctuation for each sentence? Is it an imperative or exclamatory sentence? • Please catch some fish for supper • period - imperative • I can’t believe how swift the current is • exclamation mark- exclamatory

  36. Imperative and Exclamatory SentencesWhat is the correct end punctuation for each sentence? Is it an imperative or exclamatory sentence? • Use this pole for a fishing rod • period - imperative • I’m incredibly hungry • exclamation mark- exclamatory • What a lot of fish you caught • exclamation mark- exclamatory

  37. Spelling Words Long a & i

  38. sigh right weigh eight detail height spray braid bait grain slight thigh tight raisin trait highway frighten dismay freight sleigh eighteen mayonnaise campaign daylight twilight

  39. Tuesday

  40. Today we will learn about: • Word Structure • Author’s Purpose • Answer Questions • Cause and Effect • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences • Spelling: Long a & i • Social Studies: Lewis and Clark • Diversity

  41. Vocabulary Strategy: Endings Turn to pages 42 - 43.

  42. Lewis and Clark and Me Turn to pages 44 - 53.

  43. Fluency Echo Reading

  44. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 46, paragraphs 1-4 after the introduction. • As I read, notice how periods, dashes, and commas provide clues for pausing. • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of the paragraphs.

  45. Grammar Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

  46. what a enormous country this is • What an enormous country this is! • the mississippi river. Is one of the biggest river in the world • The Mississippi River is one of the biggest rivers in the world.

  47. Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences • An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It begins with a verb and ends with a period. • An exclamatory sentence shows strongfeeling or surprise. It ends with an exclamation mark. • An interjection also shows strong feeling or surprise, but it is not a complete sentence.

  48. Spelling Words Long a & i

  49. sigh right weigh eight detail height spray braid bait grain slight thigh tight raisin trait highway frighten dismay freight sleigh eighteen mayonnaise campaign daylight twilight

  50. Wednesday