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  1. How can we use money wisely? Author: Judith Viorst Illustrator: Ray Cruz Genre: Realistic Fiction Alexander Who used to be rich last sunday

  2. Timer Small Group

  3. using • getting • easiest • swimming • heavier • greatest • pleased • emptied • leaving • worried • strangest • freezing • funniest • angrier • shopped • included • occurred • supplying • scarier • happiest Spelling Words

  4. More Words to Know Vocabulary • college • dimes • downtown • fined • nickels • quarters • rich • positively • token • allowance • resist • retail

  5. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Big Question: How can we use money wisely?

  6. Monday

  7. Build Concepts Sequence Visualize Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Characterization Statements and Questions Adding –ed, -ing, -er, and –est Budgeting Today we will learn about:

  8. Fluency: Model Monday

  9. Listen as I read “Zach the Yard-Sale Whiz.” Notice how I use voice changes and expression when Zach is speaking as if I’m that character. Be ready to answer questions after I finish. What does Zach do while driving home from yard sales? Which item did Zach buy last: a golf cart or a basket for his friend’s kitties? Fluency: Model Appropriate Pace/Rate

  10. Build Concept Vocabulary: allowance, resist, retail Budgeting

  11. Sequence Visualize Turn to page 64.

  12. Prior Knowledge:Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about how you spend and save money.

  13. college – a school of higher learning dimes – coins in the United States and Canada worth ten cents downtown – the main part or business part of a town or city fined – made someone pay money as punishment for breaking a law or regulation Vocabulary Words

  14. nickels – coins in the United States and Canada worth five cents quarters – coins in the United States and Canada worth twenty-five coins rich – having a great deal of money Vocabulary Words

  15. positively – absolutely; surely token – pieces of metal shaped like coins; used on some buses and subways instead of money allowance – a sum of money given or set aside for expenses resist – to try to keep from doing something that you want to do retail – the sale of goods in stores or shops directly to the user Next slide Other Vocabulary Words

  16. college

  17. dimes

  18. downtown

  19. nickels

  20. quarters

  21. rich

  22. token token for online banking

  23. retail

  24. Grammar: Monday

  25. what will you by with your money What will you buy with your money? your piggy bank is heavyer than mine Your piggy bank is heavier than mine.

  26. I needed that candle. Why isn’t Alexander rich now? The first sentence is a statement. The second sentence is a question. Grammar: Statements and questions

  27. A sentence that tells something is a statement. A sentence that asks something is a question. Statement: Most people save money. Question: Do you save money? Grammar: Statements and Questions

  28. A statement begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. A question begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. Grammar: statements and questions

  29. There are a few different ways to save money. statement You can put money away each week. statement Do you always save your allowance? question Grammar: statements & questionsTell if each sentence is a statement or a question.

  30. You can buy the things you need on sale. statement What is the best way to save money? question Grammar: statements & questionsTell if each sentence is a statement or a question.

  31. Annie saves one dollar each week Annie saves one dollar each week. Frank does not spend money on candy Frank does not spend money on candy. Grammar: statements & questionsWhat end mark does each sentence need?

  32. Did you save your birthday money Did you save your birthday money? Could we put the money in the bank Could we put the money in the bank? Saving money can be fun Saving money can be fun. Grammar: statements & questionsWhat end mark does each sentence need?

  33. Spelling: Monday

  34. using • getting • easiest • swimming • heavier • greatest • pleased • emptied • leaving • worried • strangest • freezing • funniest • angrier • shopped • included • occurred • supplying • scarier • happiest Spelling Words

  35. Tuesday

  36. Base Words and Endings Glossary or Dictionary Sequence Visualize Develop Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Statements and Questions Adding –ed, -ing, -er, and –est Economics: Need vs. Wants Today we will learn about:

  37. Turn to page 66. Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar words

  38. Pages 68 - 75 Alexander, Who Used to be rich last sunday

  39. Fluency: Tuesday

  40. Turn to page 74. As I read, notice that I am pretending to be Alexander. Try to imagine yourself in the place of the character. Now we will practice together doing three choral readings of page 74. Fluency: Choral Reading

  41. Grammar: Tuesday

  42. my brother worryed about saveing his money My brother worried about saving his money. did jon’s uncle give him money for his birthday Did Jon’s uncle give him money for his birthday?

  43. A sentence that tells something is a statement. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. A sentence that asks something is a question. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. Grammar: Statements and questions

  44. Spelling: Tuesday

  45. using • getting • easiest • swimming • heavier • greatest • pleased • emptied • leaving • worried • strangest • freezing • funniest • angrier • shopped • included • occurred • supplying • scarier • happiest Spelling Words

  46. Wednesday

  47. Sequence Visualize Draw Conclusions Develop Vocabulary Fluency: Model Characterization Statements and Questions Adding –ed, -ing, -er, and –est Economics: Advertising Today we will learn about:

  48. Pages 76 - 83 Alexander, Who Used to be rich last sunday

  49. Fluency: Wednesday

  50. Turn to page 79. As I read, notice how I express myself as if I were Alexander. Now we will practice together doing three echo readings of page 79. Fluency: Model