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author laurie myers illustrator michael dooling genre historical fantasy
Big Question: What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey?

Author:

Laurie Myers

Illustrator:

Michael Dooling

Genre:

Historical Fantasy

review games
Review Games

Story Sort

Vocabulary Words:

  • Arcade Games
  • Study Stack
  • Spelling City: Spelling Words
  • Spelling City: Vocabulary
spelling words

Spelling Words

Long a & i

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mayonnaise

campaign

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vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words

Vocabulary Words

More Words to Know

  • docks
  • migrating
  • scan
  • scent
  • wharf
  • yearned
  • consult
  • leisurely
  • mutual
  • pioneer
  • settlers
  • territories
  • traveled
big question what did lewis and clark learn on their journey
Big Question: What did Lewis and Clark learn on their journey?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
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
fluency
Fluency

Model Pauses

fluency model pauses
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.
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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?
concept vocabulary
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
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Concept Vocabulary

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

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Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about the explorers Lewis and Clark and their expedition across the Midwest and West?
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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
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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
more words to know
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)
imperative and exclamatory sentences

Grammar

Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

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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?
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
  • Imperative Sentence: Steer the boat upstream.
  • Exclamatory Sentences: This is an enormous river! How wide the river is!
  • Interjection: Amazing!
imperative and exclamatory sentences is the sentence imperative or exclamatory
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
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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
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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
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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
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Spelling Words

Long a & i

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daylight

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today we will learn about40
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
vocabulary strategy endings

Vocabulary Strategy: Endings

Turn to pages 42 - 43.

lewis and clark and me

Lewis and Clark and Me

Turn to pages 44 - 53.

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Fluency

Echo Reading

fluency choral reading
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.
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Grammar

Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

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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.
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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.
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Spelling Words

Long a & i

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today we will learn about51
Today we will learn about:
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Answer Questions
  • Word Structure
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Pauses
  • Grammar: Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences
  • Spelling: Long a & i
  • Social Studies: Barter System
  • Exploration
lewis and clark and me52

Lewis and Clark and Me

Turn to pages 54 - 60.

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Fluency

Pauses

fluency pauses
Fluency: Pauses
  • Turn to page 50.
  • As I read, notice how punctuation divides sentences into meaningful phrases and provides clues for pausing.
  • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.
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Grammar

Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

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the river was a heighway for lewis and clark

  • The river was a highway for Lewis and Clark.
  • tell me more about why they made her expedition
  • Tell me more about why they made their expedition.
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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.
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Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
  • Commands and exclamations can give narrative writing a strong voice and an exciting style.
  • Try to improve your writing by adding imperative and exclamatory sentences.
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Spelling Words

Long a & i

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Today we will learn about:
  • Narrative Nonfiction/ Text Features
  • Reading Across Texts
  • Content-Area Vocabulary
  • Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Grammar: Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences
  • Spelling: Long a & i
  • Social Studies: Western Expansion
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Fluency

Partner Reading

fluency partner reading
Fluency: Partner Reading
  • Turn to page 50.
  • Read these paragraphs with a partner three times. Pause at commas, dashes, and at the ends of sentences. Offer one another feedback.
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Grammar

Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

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sacagawea is remembered because she help lewis and clark

  • Sacagawea is remembered because she helped Lewis and Clark.
  • She was only 16 years old her husband was a french trader
  • She was only 16 years old. Her husband was a French trader.
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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.
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Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
  • Test Tip:
  • Remember that an imperative sentence generally begins with a verb: Tell your dog to stay.
  • Sometimes, however, another word or phrase may come first: Please tell your dog to stay.
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Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
  • A good rule to remember is “When the subject is an unspoken you, the sentence is imperative.”
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Spelling Words

Long a & i

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Today we will learn about:
  • Concept Vocabulary
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Imagery/Sensory Words
  • Word Structure
  • Grammar: Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences
  • Spelling: Long a & i
  • Skim and Scan
  • Exploration
endings
Endings
  • The ending –edis added to a verb to show action that happened in the past.
  • The ending –ingis used for verbs telling about present or ongoing actions.
  • Find five verbs in Lewis and Clark and Me that end in –edor –ing.
skim and scan
Skim and Scan
  • Imagine you are writing a research report on Lewis and Clark’s interactions with Native Americans.
  • You have found several articles that might be helpful, but you don’t have time to read them all.
  • Good researchers skim and scan a text to decide if it is useful.
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Skim and Scan
  • You may skim text to find the main ideas. When you skim, you read very quickly, paying most attention to these features:
  • first and last paragraphs
  • headings and subheadings
  • summaries
  • the first sentence of each paragraph
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Skim and Scan
  • You may scan text to find answers to specific questions you have. When you scan, you move your eyes quickly down a page looking for specific words or phrases, such as names, numbers, or dates.
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Grammar

Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences

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its funny to reed a story telled by a dog

  • It’s funny to read a story told by a dog.
  • ask the librarian for more books about the lewis an clark expedition
  • Ask the librarian for more books about the Lewis and Clark expedition.
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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.
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Spelling Words

Long a & i

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eighteen

mayonnaise

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daylight

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we are now ready to take our story tests
Story test

Classroom webpage,

Reading Test

AR

Other Reading Quizzes

Quiz #

We are now ready to take our story tests.