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  1. Learning Objective We will identify1 connections between words and their use. What are we going to do? What does identify mean? Identify means __________. CFU Activate Prior Knowledge Activate Prior Knowledge On your whiteboards, answer the following questions: Which word would you use to describe summer? (Pair-Share) Which word would you use to describe winter? A cold B hot Make Connection Students, we would not say summer is cold, and we would not say winter is hot. If we did, we would be using cold and hot incorrectly. When we describe something, it is important to use words correctly. Now, we will identify connections between words and their use. 1 look for Vocabulary

  2. Concept Development Words are connected2 to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues3help usidentify connections between words and their use. Words Connected to their Use CFU Why is “Michael is so heroic. He jumped on the desk…”not an example of a word connected to its use? Which sentence below is an example of the word friendly being connected to its use? How do you know? A Ulysses is a friendly kid. He greeted and welcomed new members to his baseball team. B Kara is a friendly kid. She recycles plastic bottles at home. In your own words, what does it mean for words to be connected to their use?____________ Friendly - Treating someone in a way that shows you like them Taylor was nervous for her first day of school. Being friendly, Jacob showed Taylor around school. Heroic - One who is very brave and a role model for people The firefighter was very heroic. He climbed the burning building and rescued the people inside. 2 related 3 (context clues) other words in the sentence Vocabulary Words NOT connected to their use: Jacob is so friendly. He cleaned his room and walked his dog. Michael is so heroic. He jumped on the desk when he saw the big spider.

  3. Skill Development/Guided Practice Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. How did I/you identify context clues (if any) that helped determine connections between the word and its use? How did I/you identify connections between words and their use? CFU Identify connections between words and their use. Read the words and their meanings. Read the sentence, paying attention to the bolded word. Identify context clues that help determine4 connections between the word and its use. (underline) Identify if the word is connected to its use. (Circle Y for yes and N for no.) 2a 1 2 a 2b b Words: Helpful - to give help to make a situation better Brave - to deal with hard situations well 4 figure out Vocabulary

  4. Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. How did I/you identify context clues (if any) that helped determine connections between the word and its use? How did I/you identify connections between words and their use? CFU Identify connections between words and their use. Read the words and their meanings. Read the sentence, paying attention to the bolded word. Identify context clues that help determine connections between the word and its use. (underline) Identify if the word is connected to its use. (Circle Y for yes and N for no.) 2a 1 2 a 2b b Words: Thoughtful - thinking of the things you can do for others Polite - showing good behavior toward others

  5. Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) How did I/you determine what the question or prompt is asking? How did I/you determine the ELA concept required? How did I/you determine the relevant information? How did I/you answer the question? How did I/you determine if all parts of the question have been answered? CFU 1 2 3 4 Read the passage and answer the questions below. 5 Louis started working at the zoo. On weekends he joins other volunteers who love being around the animals. They start by checking on the large cats. Louis is afraid of tigers, so it’s a good thing they are not in the cage when it’s his turn to clean it! Next, Louis refills the food and water for the giraffes. At the end of the day, Louis gives a kindergarten class a tour of the birdcages and the new swimming pool for the seals. 1. Which word best describes Louis? brave B. polite C. helpful D. shy 2. Which sentence(s) from the passage supports your answer to the question above? (underline)

  6. Relevance Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. Identifying connections between words and their use will help you describe people and things correctly. 1 Volunteers at the animal shelter are thoughtful. They take good care of animals who do not have a home. 2 Identifying connections between words and their use will help you do well on tests. Sample Test Question Read the sentence below 21. Valerie volunteered after school to help younger students with their homework. Valerie is being described as: A helpful B heroic C brave D friendly Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to identify connections between words and their use? (Pair-share) Why is it relevant to identify connections between words and their use? You may give me one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why CFU

  7. Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. Skill Closure Identify connections between words and their use. Read the words and their meanings. Read the sentence, paying attention to the bolded word. Identify context clues that help determine connections between the word and its use. (underline) Identify if the word is connected to its use. (Circle Y for yes and N for no.) 1 2 a b Word Bank Words: Brave - dealing with hard situations well words connections used correctly context clues Polite -showing good behavior towards others Used Correctly? Access Common Core Read the passage and answer the question. Colin was a brave third-grader. He played three sports. He played soccer, football, and track. Hua thought Colin could be described as brave. Was Hua correct or incorrect? Explain your answer. Brave is not the correct word to describe Colin. Colin plays many sports, so a better word to describe Colin would be athletic. Summary Closure What did you learn today about identifying connections between words and their use? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank

  8. Independent Practice Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. Identify connections between words and their use. Read the words and their meanings. Read the sentence, paying attention to the bolded word. Identify context clues that help determine connections between the word and its use. (underline) Identify if the word is connected to its use. (Circle Y for yes and N for no.) 1 2 a b Words: Friendly-treating someone in a way that shows you like them Polite - showing good behavior towards others

  9. Independent Practice (continued) Words are connected to their use when words are used correctly. • Words are used correctly when word meanings match what or who is being described. •Word meanings and context clues help usidentify connections between words and their use. Identify connections between words and their use. Read the words and their meanings. Read the sentence, paying attention to the bolded word. Identify context clues that help determine connections between the word and its use. (underline) Identify if the word is connected to its use. (Circle Y for yes and N for no.) 1 2 a b Words: Courageous - not afraid of difficult situations Clever - able to understand things quickly

  10. Periodic Review 1 Words: Helpful - to give help to make a situation better Brave - to deal with hard situations well Word: Hero - a person who has done something very brave and is a role model for people Access Common Core Miguel wrote a report about Martin Luther King Jr. being a hero. Did he use hero correctly? Explain your answer. Explain. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Miguel is correct to describe Martin Luther King Jr. as a hero. MLK Jr. performed many heroic acts while fighting for equal rights such as leading peaceful bus boycotts.

  11. Periodic Review 2 Words: Thoughtful - thinking of the things you can do for others Friendly -treating someone in a way that shows you like them Access Common Core Identify context clues (underline) that help you know brave is used correctly. Explain your answer. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Write a sentence about a real-life person who is brave. (police officer, firefighter, military soldiers) ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Harriet Tubman was one brave woman. Harriet led more than 300 people to freedom from slavery. She risked her life and freedom in order to help more people become free. Harriet Tubman was brave because she risked her life to help more than 300 people escape slavery. The firefighters were brave when they rescued the children from the burning house.

  12. Periodic Review 3 Access Common Core Write a sentence for each bolded word below. Hint: Word meanings need to match who or what is being described. Words to Use teacher, nurse, service-dog, doctor, librarian Words: Helpful - give help to make a situation better Friendly - treating someone in a way that shows you like them 1.__________________________________________________________________ 2.__________________________________________________________________ The new librarian greeted us with a friendly welcome on the first day of school. Joey’s helpful service-dog guides him around school and helps him open doors.

  13. EDI – Cognitive, Teaching, and English Learner Strategies Cognitive Strategies Teaching Strategies Language Strategies Content Access Strategies