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Genre: Realistic Fiction. Lesson 12 Day 4. Question of the Day. Why would you choose to write to someone instead of calling him or her on the telephone? Name two reasons you would write to someone instead of calling him or her on the telephone. Read Aloud.

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Genre: Realistic Fiction

Lesson 12 Day 4

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Question of the Day

  • Why would you choose to write to someone instead of calling him or her on the telephone?

  • Name two reasons you would write to someone instead of calling him or her on the telephone.

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Read Aloud

  • What might the purpose be for reading a story called “Grandma’s Party.”?

  • for enjoyment

  • to find out what kind of party it is

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Read Aloud

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Read Aloud

  • Why is Brenda writing a letter instead of telephoning?

  • What does Brenda describe in her letter?

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Phonics & Spelling

  • I know I went the wrong way at the stop sign.

  • know wrong sign

  • cough roughknight

  • tough cough laugh rough enough

  • Do you have enough water?

  • “What’s your name?” he asked roughly.

  • A lion’s skin is very tough.

  • Gina coughedfive times this morning.

  • I could hear their laughter all the way down the hall.

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Phonics & Spelling

  • coff cough

  • gnat nat

  • nees knees

  • rist wrist

  • naw gnaw

  • kneel neel

  • known nown

  • rench wrench

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Phonics & Spelling

  • Homophones: Some of the words sound just like other words.

  • knew/new

  • knob/ nob

  • write/right

  • rough/ruff

  • knight/night

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Fluency

  • When you read aloud you should use expression to show character’s thoughts and feelings and to interpret the events.

  • Think about what is happening in the story. Is the mood happy? Sad? Exciting? Scary?

  • I am going to read a part of “A Pen Pal for Max” aloud. I am going to change the tone and expression in my voice when different characters speak and to show how they are feeling. I am also going to pay attention to the mood of the story and change my expression to show the mood.

  • Turn to page 344.

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Fluency

I am going to read part of “A Pen Pal for Max” aloud. I am going to change the tone and expression in my voice when different characters speak and show how they are feeling. I am also going to pay attention to the mood of the story and change my expression to show the mood.

  • Read with expression.

  • Raise and lower your voice to show which character is speaking, characters’ feelings, and whether events are exciting.

  • think about what is happening in the story. Is the mood happy? Sad? Exciting? Scary?

  • notice when characters are speaking and think about how they are feeling.

Turn to page 344 and listen.

Let’s echo read this part together.

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Plot

Focus Skill

  • The plot is the events in a story.

  • Remember a plot has a beginning, a middle, and an ending. It tells about the problem that the characters face and the solution to that problem.

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Focus Skill

Plot Let’s Practice!

  • Listen as I read “Ben’s New School”. Pay attention to the plot events.

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Plot

Focus Skill

  • Who are the character?

  • Ben, Chan

  • What is the problem in the story?

  • Ben is lonely because he does not have a friend at his new school.

  • How is it solved?

  • Ben meets a new friend.

  • What events take place in the story.?

  • Ben is lonely and afraid; he is the only student in gym who knows archery; Chan is interested in archery, so they start talking and become friends.

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Synonyms and Antonyms

  • The plant will not flourish in the sun. It will probably die.

  • When I read the first sentence, I am not sure what flourish means. So I read the second sentence for clues. I read that the plant “will probably die.” That makes me think that flourish is the opposite of die.

  • Remember that a word that means the opposite of another word is called an antonym.

  • A word that means the same as another word is called a synonym.

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Synonyms & Antonyms

  • The hamlet was on a cliff above the sea. The village was so small, it was not on the map.

  • Hamlet and village are synonyms .

  • Tony waited for his friend to respond, but he did not answer.

  • Anya did not mean to break the vase. She hoped her dad would be able to repair it.

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deciphered

  • If I name an item that might need to be deciphered do thumbs up if not thumbs down.

  • A menu in French

  • A stop sign

  • A neatly typed note

  • A messy, scribbled note

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mistaken

  • Read these math sentences. If the answer is wrong, say “Mistaken!” If the answer is correct say “Correct!”

  • 3+4=7

  • 2+3=6

  • 5+3=9

  • 7+7=14

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catastrophe/fortunate

  • Put you hand over your mouth if you think the event I name could be a catastrophe. Clap if the event is fortunate.

  • A volcano erupts near a town

  • A boy finds his lost dog

  • School is closed because of stormy weather

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bothersome/repairs/din

  • Raise your hand if the repair I name would cause a bothersomedin . Keep your hand down if it would not.

  • Using a jackhammer to dig up a road

  • Repairing a watch

  • Repairing a computer

  • Using a hammer to fix a shelf

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Synonyms: What vocabulary word could replace the underlined word?

  • The hurricane was a real disaster.

  • catastrophe

  • The lifting of the earth was the most frightening thing in the earthquake.

  • heaving

  • When they were digging the tunnel, the racket of the machinery was dreadful.

  • din

  • A mosquito is annoying in the summer.

  • bothersome

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Synonyms: What vocabulary word could replace the underlined word?

  • We have figured out the coded message.

  • deciphered

  • I think you are wrong; I have never been to New York City.

  • mistaken

  • I do not read Spanish. Can you decipher this for me?

  • translate

  • Thomas will be able to fix your computer.

  • repair

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10. the dogs barked, but then it wagged their tails.

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Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.

  • She jumped into the swimming pool.

  • she - singular

  • We went to the museum.

  • we – plural

  • Karla ate too much.

  • She

  • Silvio talked to Frank and Will.

  • them

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Grammar

  • A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun.

  • A singular pronoun replaces a singular noun.

  • A plural pronoun takes the place of a plural noun or a group of nouns.

  • The players ran up and down the field.

  • they -plural

  • Ellie kicked the ball hard.

  • it - singular

  • Mara passed the ball to Tomas.

  • him - singular

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Writing: Realistic Story

  • A realistic story….

  • Includes characters and settings that could be real

  • Includes events that could happen

  • Tells about a problem and how it is solved

  • Includes a plot with a beginning, a middle, and an ending

  • May include dialogue

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