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Big Question: How can people promote freedom? Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Genre: Poem
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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • fate • fearless • glimmer • lingers • magnified • somber • steed • belfry • grenadiers • stealthy • battle • freedom • Monmouth
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Sequence • Graphic Organizers • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement • Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or • Promoting Freedom
Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Listen as I read “Molly Pitcher.” • As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to show desperation, suspense, or other emotions. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Which of these events happened first: Molly hears the cries of fallen soldiers or Molly gives the thirsty soldiers water to drink? • What characteristic do Molly and the soldiers have in common?
Concept Vocabulary • battle– a fight between opposing armed forces • freedom– power to do, say, or think as you please • Monmouth– New Jersey site of an important Revolutionary War battle • (Next Slide)
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Build Concept Vocabulary battle, freedom, Monmouth Promoting Freedom
Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about Independence Day, or the Fourth of July? Fourth of July
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio is an interview with an expert from the Paul Revere Historic House in Boston. After you listen, we will discuss what you found most interesting.
Vocabulary Words • fate– what becomes of someone or something • fearless– without fear; afraid of nothing • glimmer– a faint, unsteady light • lingers – stays on; goes slowly, as if unwilling to leave
Vocabulary Words • magnified– caused something to look larger than it actually is • somber– having deep shadows; dark; gloomy • steed– a horse, especially a riding horse
More Words to Know • belfry– a space in a tower in which bells may be hung • grenadiers– members of a specially chosen unit of foot soldiers • stealthy– done in a secret manner • (Next Slide)
mrhenry enjoy teaching u.s. history • Mr. Henry enjoys teaching U.S. history. • he is eagar to teach we about the revolutionary war • He is eager to teach us about the Revolutionary War.
Subject-Verb Agreement • A moment only he feels the spell Of the place and the hour…. • The sentence subject heis singular, so it needs the singular form of the verbfeel. This is why an –s is added to make feels.
Subject-Verb Agreement • The subject and verb in a sentence must agree, or work together. • A singular subject needs a singular verb. • A plural subject needs a plural verb.
Subject-Verb Agreement • Use the following rules for verbs that tell about the present time. • If the subject is a singular noun or he, she, or it, add –s or –esto most verbs. • A horse runs. A dog chases the horse. It barks loudly.
Subject-Verb Agreement • If the subject is a plural noun or I, you, we, or they, do not add –s or –esto the verb. • Horses run. Dogs chase the horse. They bark loudly.
Subject-Verb Agreement • For the verb be, use am and is to agree with singular subjects and are to agree with plural subjects. • I am afraid. Paul is fearless. The armies are here. We are surprised.
Subject-Verb Agreement • A collective noun names a group, such as family, team, and class. A collective noun is singular if it refers to a group acting as one: • The class is going on a field trip.
Subject-Verb Agreement • A collective noun is plural if it refers to members of the group acting individually: • The class are debating about which place to visit.
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • U.S. history (is, are) an interesting subject. • history is • Our class (is, are) studying the American colonies. • class is
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • Toby (ask, asks) to report on transportation in the colonies. • Toby asks • Williamsburg (is, are) a colonial community. • Williamsburg is
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • Actors (play, plays) the part of colonists. • Actors play • A blacksmith (pound, pounds) metal at a forge. • blacksmith pounds
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • He (make, makes) tools of all kinds. • He makes • Teams of horses (pull, pulls) wagons on dirt roads. • Teams pull
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • Women (cook, cooks) food on the hearth. • Women cook • Winnie (hurry, hurries) up the stairs to the loft. • Winnie hurries
Subject-Verb AgreementFind the subject and the verb that agrees with it. • Husks of corn (serve, serves) as mattresses in these beds. • Husks serve • A colonial child (has, have) only a few toys. • child has
Today we will learn about: • Sequence • Graphic Organizers • Setting and Theme • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement • Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or • Social Studies: Boston, MA • Old North Church • Promoting Freedom
Fluency: Echo Reading • Turn to page 236. • As I read, notice how my voice changes as the poem moves from narrative to dialogue to description. • We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of the poem.