The Summer’s Trade. Day 4. Concept talk . Why do people make sacrifices for others?. Partner Share. Do you think that Tony’s grandmother forfeited more than Tony did? Or did Tony forfeit more? Do you think it was hard for Tony to relinquish his savings to buy back the bracelet? Why?.
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The Summer’s Trade Day 4
Concept talk Why do people make sacrifices for others?
Partner Share • Do you think that Tony’s grandmother forfeited more than Tony did? Or did Tony forfeit more? • Do you think it was hard for Tony to relinquish his savings to buy back the bracelet? Why?
Amazing Words • Noble- impressive or admirable • It was noble of Tony to try to not let his grandmother see how sad he was his saddle was gone. • Alturism- being thoughtful of the welfare of others • It was his alturism that caused John to volunteer at the local food pantry.
Vocabulary • Hogan-shelter used by native americans • Jostled-to be bumped TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS.
Vocabulary • Mesa-flat topped landform • Navajo-a tribe of Native Americans TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS.
Vocabulary • Bandana-a handkerchief, usually with a pattern on it • Bracelet- jewelry worn on the wrist TEACH YOUR PARTNER THESE WORDS.
Vocabulary • Turquoise-a bluish-green stone TEACH YOUR PARTNER THIS WORD
Main and Helping Verbs • Jake is a baseball player. • Is-helping • Ralph ran all the way home. • Ran-main • The horse was out in the field. • Was-helping
Daily Fix it Lets take a look at our Daily Fix it
Adages and Sayings • Adages and sayings can help you monitor and clarify your understandings of a text because they help to summarize and generalize the themes of that text.
Writing • Personal Narrative • When revising your story: • Make sure you use first person • Make sure your writing is organized • Does it follow a logical sequence of events • Add sensory details to describe events
Personal Narrative • Write about a time when you struggled to do the right thing.