Big Question: How do inventors inspire our imaginations? Author: Anne Sroda Genre: Play
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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • admiringly • permit • scoundrel • subject • worthless • parapet • reproachfully • experiment • suggested • theory
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Author’s Purpose • Story Structure • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses • Spelling: Schwa • Inventors and Their Inventions
Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Listen as I read “What’s the Big Idea, Ben Franklin?” • As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to show surprise, amazement, or other emotions in the descriptions of his many and varied inventions. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • What is the author’s purpose in writing this selection? • What kind of person do you think Ben Franklin was?
Concept Vocabulary • experiment– trial or test to find out something • suggested– put forward; proposed • theory– an explanation based on observation and reasoning • (Next Slide)
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Build Concept Vocabulary experiment, suggested, theory Inventors and Their Inventions
Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about inventors, including who they are, what they do, what they are like, and so on?
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores flight. After you listen, we will discuss what you learned and what information you found most surprising.
Vocabulary Words • admiringly– with wonder, pleasure, and approval • permit– to let; allow • scoundrel– an evil, dishonorable person • subject– person under the power, control, or influence of another • worthless – without value; good-for-nothing; useless
More Words to Know • parapet – a low wall at the edge of a balcony, roof, or bridge • reproachfully – with disapproval • (Next Slide)
once i write a story about a king • Once I wrote a story about a king. • king wrong was a funny ferry tell • King Wrong was a funny fairy tale.
Past, Present, and Future Tenses • I will give that bag of gold to the person who brings me a pair of wings. • Will give is a future tense verb. It shows what will happen. Brings is a present tense verb. It tells about present action.
Past, Present, and Future Tenses • The tense of a verb shows when something happens. • Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. • Most present-tense singular verbs end with –s or –es. • Most present-tense plural verbs do not end with –s or –es. • The king enters the hall. His subjects bow.
Past, Present, and Future Tenses • Verbs in the pasttense show action that has already happened. • Most verbs in the past tense end in -ed. • Long ago, a fairy enchanted the princess. • Verbs in the futuretense show action that will happen. Add will (or shall) to most verbs to show the future tense. • She will sleep now.
Past, Present, and Future Tenses • Some regular verbs change spelling when –edis added. For verbs ending in e, drop the e and add –ed: liked, loved. • For verbs ending in a consonant and y, change the y to i and add –ed: hurried, carried. • For most one-syllable verbs that end in one vowel followed by one consonant, double the consonant and add –ed: stopped, napped
Past, Present, and Future Tenses Irregular verbs change spelling to form the past tense: are/were bring/brought eat/ate find/found fly/flew go/went have/had is/was make/made see/saw sit/sat take/took tell/told think/thought write/wrote
Past, Present, and Future TensesIdentify the tense of each underlined verb. • Everyone wants a cure for boredom. • present • I will award a prize for the best invention. • future • Nina competed for the prize last year. • past • Her invention is clever. • present
Past, Present, and Future TensesIdentify the tense of each underlined verb. • It received second prize. • past • It will ring when you yawn. • future • Nina tried the machine on me. • past
Past, Present, and Future TensesWhat is the correct present, past, and future tense ? • Verb: ask • Present: He asks • Past: He asked • Future: He will ask • Verb: lift • Present: We lift • Past: We lifted • Future: We will lift • Verb: fly • Present: It flies • Past: It flew • Future: It will fly
Today we will learn about: • Context Clues • Author’s Purpose • Story Structure • Cause and Effect • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses • Spelling: Schwa • Time for Science: The First Flight • Inventors and Their Inventions
Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 268. • As I read the parts of the King and Queen, notice how I change my voice for each of the characters. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of the parts.
in this kingdem the king surved every one • In this kingdom the king served everyone. • he payed taxes to his loyel subjects • He paid taxes to his loyal subjects.
Past, Present, and Future Tenses • The tense of a verb shows when something happens. • Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. • Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened. • Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen.
Today we will learn about: • Author’s Purpose • Story Structure • Context Clues • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses • Spelling: Schwa • Time for Science: Scientific Process • Inventors and Their Inventions
Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Turn to page 271. • As I read, notice how my voice not only changes for each character, but for the different emotions displayed by the characters. • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.