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Question of the Day What would you do if you were nervous about a project or performance?. When I have a performance or project, I can build my self-confidence by __________. Who’s Nervous Now?. “Did you two choose your music for the piano recital?” asked Mom.

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Question of the day what would you do if you were nervous about a project or performance

Question of the DayWhat would you do if you were nervous about a project or performance?

When I have a performance or project, I can build my self-confidence by __________.

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Who s nervous now
Who’s Nervous Now?

“Did you two choose your music for the piano recital?” asked Mom.

“I’ll do it later,” said Nan. She had two whole weeks until the recital.

Ned turned the pages of his music book. After much deliberation, he made a decision. “I’m going to start practicing right now,” he said.

Nan put off choosing her music. Instead, she spent her time thinking about what other people might play, how she should bow after her performance, and whether she should greet her audience with a big or small smile.

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Meanwhile, Ned worked hard practicing the piece he had chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I never get nervous.”

The day before the recital, Nan chose her music. She began to practice, but the piece was too hard. She chose another piece, and that was hard, too. “Mom,” Nan cried, her stomach full of nervous bubbles, “I have to tell Ms. Prince that I can’t play at the recital. I don’t have time to learn my music!”

At the recital, Ned felt confident. When he performed, he had fun and he played well. Nan, from her seat in the audience, was surprised. “Wow,” she said. “I guess practice got rid of Nervous Ned!”

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Suffixes able ible less ous
Suffixes –able, -ible, -less, -ous chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

Remember:

The suffixes –able and –ible mean “capable of”

The suffix –less means “without”

The suffix –ous means “full of”

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Suffixes able ible less ous1
Suffixes –able, -ible, -less, -ous chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

believable reliable comfortable

  • Lets pronounce the suffixes in each word.

  • Notice how the final e in believe was dropped before –able was added.

  • What spelling change was made in rely to make reliable?

  • Also notice that no spelling change was made to the root word comfort.

  • Now lets read the words together.

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Suffixes able ible less ous2
Suffixes –able, -ible, -less, -ous chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

traceable homeless hazardous reversible

  • Divide the words to show the siffixes.

  • Tell how and why (or why not) the root was changed, and finally read the words to yourself.

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Words with suffixes
Words with Suffixes chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

Use the following words below to complete each sentence.

doable famous careless various endless nervous useless reliable

  • That broken umbrella is _________.

  • Loud thunder makes Kayla _______.

  • A ________ person cared for our cat while we were away.

  • The long train ride seemed ________.

  • Our class saw _______ animals at the zoo.

  • Try not to make ________ errors in your homework.

  • Jorge met the _______ ball player after the game.

  • That task is ________, and we should finish it on time.

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Words with suffixes1
Words with Suffixes chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

Use the following words below to complete each sentence.

flexible washable helpless terrible

valuable dangerous powerless

  • The babysitter was _______ to stop the baby from crying.

  • It is _______ to run in the street.

  • That old ring is very ________.

  • Ethan felt _______ when he lost his favorite hat.

  • Ming felt ________ when it came to cooking.

  • Are your sneakers _________.

  • The rubber hose is very _________.

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Let s get ready to read
Let’s get ready to read! chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

  • Get ready to perform a readers’ theater using the story “The Science Fair”.

  • Think about how the characters might feel.

  • In groups you will each choose a character to read in your group. Remember to read with an appropriate rate and reflect punctuation correctly, including commas and exclamation points.

  • Make sure to read with expression, proper phrasing, and correct pronunciation.

  • Once you have finished practicing, take turns reading your play to another group.

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Make predictions comprehension
Make Predictions chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I (Comprehension)

  • How do good readers make predictions as they read?

    They think about what they already know and about what they have learned in the story.

    Listen as I reread the first page of “The Many Lives of Benjamin Franklin” on page 100. Use prior knowledge to set a purpose.

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Comprehension questions
Comprehension Questions chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

  • What do you predict Ben will do when he grows up?

    Become an inventor

  • What details or clues helped you make this prediction?

    Ben is curious and always thinking; He tries different ways of doing things and has lots of ideas.

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Independent practice
Independent Practice chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

Copy down the graphic organizer, into your notebook.

We are going to make predictions about “The Many Lives of Benjamin Franklin”

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Build robust vocabulary
Build Robust Vocabulary chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

Use the word web as an example to create your own word webs for humor and deliberation. Create a word web for humor and describe amusing things you have seen or heard. Create a web for deliberation and name instances in which you had to think hard to decide something.

  • Give a few more examples of how you could prepare for a project.

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Building robust vocabulary
Building Robust Vocabulary chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

  • Is there any preparation needed for the task of washing the dishes?

  • What kind of gimmick would an inventive person use in order to get others to help with a chore? Explain.

  • If you sprinkled a spiral of paint on paper, what kind of silly or make-believe animal might your painting look most like?

  • How might a person’s social life change if that person moved abroad?

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Building robust vocabulary1
Building Robust Vocabulary chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I

  • If you expand a shallow hole of water, will the hole hold more or less water? Explain.

  • Why might lions give a thorough look for prey every time they leave their den?

  • Are the strands of your hair grainy? Elaborate.

  • If someone erupts in anger, do you think that person reels around the room?

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Grammar contractions
Grammar chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I Contractions

  • Contractions are shortened forms of words.

  • They are made by combining two or more words and replacing letters with an apostrophe.

  • A contraction has the same meaning that the original words had.

    Remember:

    Subject pronoun contractions combine a subject pronoun and a verb, such as they’re, she’s, and you’ve.

    Negative verb contractions combine a verb and the word not, such as didn’t, can’t, and wouldn’t.

    Double negatives, such as don’t have none are incorrect and should not be used.

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Grammar irregular verbs
Grammar chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I Irregular Verbs

  • You’s the best dancer.

  • I hasn’t never seen a dance like that.

  • Lets read each sentence aloud.

  • Notice how each sentence has a mistake.

  • Find, explain, and correct each mistake.

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Checking our writing description
Checking our Writing chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because your Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I Description

  • Make sure that you have spelled words with –able, -ible, -less, and –ous correctly.

  • Look to see if you have used contractions correctly.

  • Remember to check to see if your work has characteristics of a set of directions.

  • Check your work to make sure that it makes sense.

  • Remember to identify paragraphs and use correct capitalization.

  • Remember to use the correct verb tense in every sentence.

  • Check your spelling, punctuation, and main and helping verb usage.

  • Use Editor’s Marks to correct your work.

    Trade papers with a partner and read their explanation. Make additional revisions and then discuss with your partner their writing.

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