Big Question: Why do people show kindness? Title: Inside Out Author: Francisco Jimenez Genre: Realistic Fiction
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Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Vocabulary • Spelling City: Spelling Words
Big Question: Why do people show kindness? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • caterpillar • cocoon • disrespect • emerge • migrant • sketched • unscrewed • gestured • suspenders • homeless • shelter • volunteered
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Compare and Contrast • Answer Questions • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue • Grammar: Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, ph • Kindness
Fluency Model Characterization & Dialogue
Fluency: Characterization & Dialogue • Listen as I read “Dwaina Brooks.” • As I read, notice how I read the dialogue. People have unique pronunciations and rhythms to their speech depending on where they are from. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Characterization & Dialogue • Compare and contrast Dwaina’s kitchen on Friday nights before and after her class came over. • Explain the steps Dwaina followed to get food to the shelter.
Concept Vocabulary • homeless– without a home • shelter– a temporary living place for poor or homeless people • volunteered– offered services for free
Compare and Contrast, & Answer Questions Turn to page 142 -143.
Prior Knowledge • Think about what it’s like to be a newcomer. Think about a time when you were new to a group, a school, or a neighborhood. • Brainstorm words and phrases to describe what it felt like to be a newcomer. • Imagine a new student joining our class. What kinds of things could you do or say to make it easier on the newcomer?
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores overcoming challenges involved in moving to a new place. • After you listen, we will discuss what you learned and what was most surprising to you.
Vocabulary Words • caterpillar– the wormlike larvae of insects such as butterflies and moths • cocoon– case of silky thread spun by the larvae of various insects, to live in while they are developing into adults
Vocabulary Words • disrespect– to show a lack of respect; to be rude • emerge– to come into view; come out; come up • migrant – worker, especially a farm worker, who travels from one area to another in search of work
Vocabulary Words • sketched– drawn roughly and quickly • unscrewed– loosened to taken off by turning
More Words to Know • gestured– made a movement to help express an idea or a feeling • suspenders– straps worn over the shoulders to hold up the trousers • (next slide)
Grammar • Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns
students put their sack lunchs in a row on the tabel Students put their sack lunches in a row on the table. does the cafeteria serves hot food Does the cafeteria serve hot food?
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • I knew caterpillars turned into butterflies. • Caterpillars and butterflies are plural nouns. • Most nouns form the plural by adding -s, but there are exceptions. The y in butterfly is changed to an i, and –esis added.
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. • Add –s to form the plural of most nouns. • picture/pictures, wing/wings/ pattern/patterns
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Add –esto nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z, s, and ss. • bunch/bunches, wish/wishes, box/boxes, class/classes • If a noun ends in a vowel and y, add –s. • day/days, boy/boys
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • If a noun ends in a consonant and y, change y to i and add –es. • city/cities, lady/ladies
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Some nouns have irregular plural forms. They change spelling. • man/men, mouse/mice, goose/geese, foot/feet, child/children
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • For most nouns that end in f or fe, change f to v and add –es. • leaf/leaves, knife/knives, calf/calves
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Some nouns have the same singular and plural forms. • sheep, deer, moose, headquarters, series
Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of each noun? • twig • twigs • team • teams • field • fields • Tuesday • Tuesdays • lunch • lunches • fox • foxes
Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of each noun? • woman • women • half • halves • cracker • crackers • goose • geese
Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun? • Migrant worker pick many crop and work long hour. • workers, crops, hours • They filled many box with orange, strawberry, and peach. • boxes, oranges, strawberries, peaches
Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun? • Sometimes they must trim leaf from plant with sharp knife. • leaves, plants, knives
Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun? • Migrant child miss class on day when they must help their parent at work. • children, classes, days, parents • Other workerherd sheep and cow while riding horse. • workers, sheep, cows, horses
Today we will learn about: • Prefixes • Compare and Contrast • Answer Questions • Author’s Purpose • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, ph • Social Studies: Migrant Workers • Kindness
Vocabulary Strategy: Prefixes Turn to page 144 -145.
Inside Out Turn to page 146 -153.
Fluency Echo Reading
Fluency: Echo Reading • Turn to page 156, the first paragraph. • Notice that I use my voice to show Francisco’s excitement and then everyone’s curiosity when they gather quietly to watch the butterfly emerge. • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this paragraph.
Grammar • Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns
the children wor warm coats and scarfs The children wore warm coats and scarves. that cold wind make me siver That cold wind makes me shiver.
Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. • Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. Nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z, s, and ss add –esto form the plural. For nouns ending in consonant –y, change the y to i and add –es. • Nouns with irregular plurals change spelling or have the same singular and plural forms.