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Title: Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Author and Illustrator: Susan L. Roth Genre: Realistic Fiction. Big Question: When might it be hard to grant freedom?. Title: Author: Illustrator: Genre:. Small Group Timer. Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang. Spelling Words. above another upon

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    1. Title: Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Author and Illustrator: Susan L. Roth Genre: Realistic Fiction Big Question: When might it be hard to grant freedom? Title: Author: Illustrator: Genre:

    2. Small Group Timer

    3. Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words • above • another • upon • animal • paper • open • family • travel • afraid • nickel • sugar • circus • item • gallon • melon • character • cardinal • Oregon • particular • dinosaur

    4. Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • bows • chilly • foolish • foreign • narrow • perches • recipe • fragrant • gingerly • sleek • affectionate • collar • territory

    5. Big Question: When might it be hard to grant freedom? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    6. Monday

    7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Cause/Effect • Graphic Organizers • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing • Grammar: Abbreviations • Spelling: Schwa • Animal Freedom

    8. Monday Fluency: Model Appropriate Phrasing

    9. Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing • Listen as I read “Elsa” to you. • While I read, notice that I group together words instead of reading word by word. • Be ready to answer questions after the story.

    10. Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing • Why does the author go to a place ten miles away from Elsa? • How did the author know Elsa was hunting and eating on her own in the wild?

    11. Build Concept Vocabulary:affectionate, collar, territory Animal Freedom

    12. Cause and Effect Turn to page 304.

    13. Prior Knowledge:Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about what you know about birthdays and pets.

    14. Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

    15. Vocabulary Words • bows - bends the head and body in greeting, respect, worship, or obedience • chilly – cold; unpleasantly cool • foolish – without any sense; unwise • foreign – outside your own country • narrow – not wide; having little width

    16. Vocabulary Words • perches - comes to rest on something; settles; sits • recipe – a set of written directions that shows you how to fix something to eat

    17. Other Vocabulary Words • fragrant – having a sweet smell or odor • gingerly – with extreme care or caution • sleek – soft and shiny; smooth • affectionate – loving • collar – a leather or plastic band or a metal chain for the neck of a dog or other pet animal

    18. Other Vocabulary Words • territory – an area, such as a nesting ground, in which an animal lives, and which it defends from others of its kind • Next slide

    19. bows

    20. narrow

    21. perch

    22. recipe

    23. sleek

    24. collar

    25. territory

    26. Monday Grammar: Abbreviations

    27. did mrkangs pet fly all the way from china • Did Mr. Kang’s pet fly all the way from China? • most birds cant traval across the ocean • Most birds can’t travel across the ocean.

    28. Grammar: Abbreviations • “Mr. Kang,” says Mrs. Kang, “did you forget about your three birthday wishes already?” • Mr. and Mrs. are abbreviations. • Each begins with a capital letter and ends with a period.

    29. Grammar: Abbreviations • An abbreviation is a shortened form of a word. • Many abbreviations begin with a capital letter and end with a period.

    30. Grammar: Abbreviations • Some titles used for names of people are abbreviations. • For example, Dr. is the abbreviation for Doctor. • The title Miss is not abbreviated. • Mr. Mark Elton Lewis • Ms. Susan Wang • Miss Carmen Mendoza

    31. Grammar: Abbreviations • An initial is the first letter of a name. • It is written with a capital letter and is followed by a period. • Mr. Mark E. Lewis • S.B. Wang • C.M.Mendoza

    32. Grammar: Abbreviations • The names of days and months can be abbreviated. • May, June, and July are not abbreviated. • Days of the Week: Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. • Months of the Year: Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

    33. Grammar: AbbreviationsCapitalize letters and use periods correctly. • ms jamie lee • Ms. Jamie Lee • Jan 24 • Jan. 24 • dr d bond • Dr. D. Bond

    34. Grammar: AbbreviationsCapitalize letters and use periods correctly. • thursaug 2 • Thurs., Aug. 2 • b c pepper • B.C. Pepper • mondec 13 • Mon., Dec. 13

    35. Grammar: AbbreviationsFind the words that can be abbreviated in the sentences below. • Doctor Sanchez showed us his new parrot. • Dr. Sanchez showed us his new parrot. • Mister Davidson can teach parrots to talk. • Mr. Davidson can teach parrots to talk.

    36. Monday Spelling: Schwa

    37. Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words • above • another • upon • animal • paper • open • family • travel • afraid • nickel • sugar • circus • item • gallon • melon • character • cardinal • Oregon • particular • dinosaur

    38. Tuesday

    39. Today we will learn about: • Context Clues • Cause/Effect • Graphic Organizers • Plot • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Abbreviations • Spelling: Schwa • Social Studies: Location Skills • Animal Freedom

    40. Tuesday Fluency: Choral Reading

    41. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 314. • As I read, notice how I read entire groups of words instead of reading word-by-word. • Now we will read the page together three times.

    42. Vocabulary Strategy for Antonyms Turn to page 306.

    43. Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Pages 308-317

    44. Tuesday Grammar: Abbreviations

    45. i allways look at the birds in the cage in dr. robinsons office • I always look at the birds in the cage in Dr. Robinson’s office. • ms.sanchez and him clean the cage dayly • Ms. Sanchez and he clean the cage daily.

    46. Grammar: Abbreviations • Abbreviations are often used for words such as days and months and titles used with people’s names. • Abbreviations for days, months, and people’s titles are capitalized and end with a period.

    47. Grammar: Abbreviations • Some titles used for names of people are abbreviations. • For example, Dr. is the abbreviation for Doctor. • The title Miss is not abbreviated. • Mr. Don Lee Chang • Ms. Lucy Ruiz • Mrs. Maya Lewis

    48. Grammar: Abbreviations • An initial is the first letter of a name. • It is written with a capital letter and is followed by a period. • Mr. Don L. Chang • L.T. Ruiz • M.E. Lewis

    49. Grammar: Abbreviations • The names of days and months can be abbreviated. • May, June, and July are not abbreviated. • Days of the Week: Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. • Months of the Year: Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

    50. Tuesday Spelling: Schwa