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Theme: Heritage. F rom M iss I da’s P orch. By Sandra Belton Illustrated by Meryl Treatner. S pelling L ist. modesty honesty lucky messy rainy tasty necessity civility nobility agility. hostility purity formality vigilant servant assistant immigrant pleasant

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Theme:

Heritage

f rom m iss i da s p orch
From Miss Ida’s Porch

By Sandra Belton

Illustrated by Meryl Treatner

s pelling l ist
Spelling List
  • modesty
  • honesty
  • lucky
  • messy
  • rainy
  • tasty
  • necessity
  • civility
  • nobility
  • agility
  • hostility
  • purity
  • formality
  • vigilant
  • servant
  • assistant
  • immigrant
  • pleasant
  • defiant
  • resistant

BONUS WORDS: 1. buoyant 2. specificity

f rom m iss i da s p orch1

Genre: Realistic Fiction

A story that contains characters, settings, and conflicts that can exist in real life.

Comprehension Strategy:

Adjusting Reading Speed

From Miss Ida’s Porch

By Sandra Belton

Illustrated by Meryl Treatner

Focus Questions:

  • Who saw Marian Anderson perform in Washington D.C.?
  • Why was it significant that Marian Anderson sang at Constitution Hall?
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Word Structure

-ant

being in a particular state or one who.

ex: defiant

Levels of Specificity

It narrows done a topic.

insect beetle ladybug

suffix- is found at the end of a base word.

–y

having the quality of, state, or condition

ex: honesty

–ity

having the quality of, condition of, or state of

ex: necessity

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“You can know where you are going in this world only if you know where you’ve been!”

What do you know about Civil Rights Movement in the United States?

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C

P

W

Wonderings

Clues

Problems

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Building Background

  • From the 1880s to the 1960s, states and cities throughout the nation practiced segregation. They required separate spaces for white and black Americans. Black Americans could not sit in the same places, drink from the same water fountains, or use the same facilities as white Americans.
  • These laws, known as separate-but-equal laws, were anything but equal. The black Americans were treated unfairly and discriminated against in most settings.
  • The laws were also called Jim Crow laws after a character in a minstrel show. The civil rights movement worked in opposition to these unfair laws, seeking to gain equality for African Americans.
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This is a frame story. A frame story is a story within a story. The first two pages of this selection is the picture frame, and the setting is the frame for the story within the story.

Setting: Miss Ida’s Porch

The dedication of the Lincoln Memorial.

25 years later: Ms. Anderson is singing at Constitution Hall for a farewell concert.

What are they doing on the porch?

Ms. Anderson sang at the Lincoln Memorial, because she was not allowed to sing at Constitution Hall.

Who is sitting on the porch?

How is this connected to the theme heritage?

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attitude

noun

A way of acting,

thinking, or feeling

claim

verb

To declare as one’s own

Vocabulary

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magnificent

adj.

Outstanding; excellent

spellbound

adj.

Fascinated; filled with

delight or wonder

Vocabulary

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civilizations

noun

An advanced human society in

which agriculture, trade,

government, art, and science

are highly developed

section

noun

A part of an area

Vocabulary

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concert

noun

A musical performance

finest

adj.

Most excellent

Vocabulary

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forbidden

noun

Off-limits

trolley

noun

A streetcar that runs on tracks

and gets its power from and

electric wire overhead

Vocabulary

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After completion of test, please file.

Must Do:

Complete or correct your “Sentence 4 Square”

Correct your sequencing sheet. Use strategies discussed.

1. Read sequencing choices

2. Read passage completely one time.

3. Read a second time, underlining details.

4. Sequence at the bottom referring to the key details underlined.

Journal Writing: In reading response section, write a comparing and

contrasting paragraph. Compare and Contrast the 4 stories read in our Unit 1.

Discuss the ways in which Heritage was passed down in each story.

Use key words.

different same alike difference although

similar however as well as on the other

hand more/most both but in contrast to

MAY DO: READ