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The Girl Who Loved the Wind. Written By: Jane Yolen Illustrated By: Ed Young. Ms. Sheida Calahan Elementary 4 th Grade. life lives thief thieves calf calves half halves elf elves wharf wharves. guilt guilty guitarists guy guest. Inflectional Endings.

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  1. The Girl Who Loved the Wind Written By: Jane Yolen Illustrated By: Ed Young Ms. Sheida Calahan Elementary 4th Grade

  2. life lives thief thieves calf calves half halves elf elves wharf wharves

  3. guilt guilty guitarists guy guest

  4. Inflectional Endings • Adding the suffixes –ed and –ing • Adding the –ed suffix to a verb, shows that something has happened in the past. • Adding the –ing suffix to a verb, shows that something is presently happening. • When adding these suffixes, you may have to drop an “e” or double the consonant.

  5. Inflectional Endings Cont… • Add –ed to each of the following words: 1. bag 2. control 3. hum 4. skip 5. dance If the verb ends with an e, drop the e, before adding –ed. If the verb ends with a consonant followed by y, change the y to an i and add –ed.

  6. Inflectional Endings Cont… • Add –ing to each of the following words: 1. dig 2. care 3. carry 4. drum 5. bat If the verb ends with an e, drop the e, before adding –ing. If the verb ends with a consonant followed by y, simply add –ing.

  7. Inflectional Endings Cont… • Copy these words in your Footprint Notebook. Base –ed–ing. 1. wrap 1. 1. 2. trap 2. 2. 3. tip 3. 3. 4. trick 4. 4. 5. skip 5. 5.

  8. Inflectional Endings Cont… • Copy these words in your Footprint Notebook. -ed–ing. 1. crash = 1. spy = 2. smell = 2. roast = 3. fire = 3. trade = 4. color = 4. pay = 5. taste = 5. wash = 6. touch = 6. hope = 7. brush = 7. map = 8. cry = 8. try =

  9. R/W Workbook p. 59 – 60“Adding Endings: -ed or –ing”

  10. Word Knowledge 1: rose fair light wind kind wave 2: guess guard beguiled guarantee 3: scarf scarves chief chiefs leaf leaves 4: The fair rose bobbed in the light wind. 5: I guess school will start soon. 6. These scarves are beautiful.

  11. multiple meaning words rose fair light wind kind wave Can you think of other multiple meaning words.?

  12. 1:rose fair light wind kind wave

  13. All of these words has the letters gu. In most words that begin with a gu and then a vowel, the u is silent. guess - to shingle again guard - to fill again beguiled - to write again guarantee- to do it again

  14. 2: guess guard beguiled guarantee

  15. Notice the singular words end in –f or –fe. What do you notice about the plural forms? Use each word below in an oral sentence. Singular: Plural: scarves scarf chiefs chief leaf leaves

  16. 3: scarf scarves chief chiefs leaf leaves

  17. Word Knowledge 1: rose fair light wind kind wave 2: guess guard beguiled guarantee 3: scarf scarves chief chiefs leaf leaves 4: The fair rose bobbed in the light wind. 5: I guess school will start soon. 6. These scarves are beautiful.

  18. Word Study The following are contractions: Words that are formed when two words are combined and one or more letters are removed and replaced with an apostrophe. it’s = it + is can’t = can + not I’ve = I + have we’ll = we + will

  19. The following words all have the suffix -able, which means, “capable of or fit for.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- readable comfortable recyclable laughable

  20. The following words all have the long /e/ or /o/ sound When 2 Vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking. least floating freedom groaned

  21. The following words all come from the same Latin root word, invent, which means “to come upon”, or “to find.” invent invented invention inventive

  22. Which word has a long e sound? A raccoon is a forest creature. creature

  23. Which word in the sentence is a contraction? I’ve been making a gingerbread house. I’ve

  24. Which word in the sentence has the suffix –able? Name other words with the suffix –able. It was a comfortable prison. comfortable

  25. Context Clues • When you are reading a story and come across a word you do not know, use it’s context – the information, words, and sentences around the unfamiliar word – to find out its meaning. • Context clues help you figure out the meaning of a word! Video Clip (Comprehension Strategies)

  26. How can we figure out the meaning of a word? • apposition – the definition of a word is found between two commas. • prefix • base word (Show word structure posters) • suffix • context clues – help you figure out the meaning of a word, by using the other words in the sentence as clues. I felt very apathetic, uninterested, about watching the movie because I had already seen it many times.

  27. Objective: • Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.

  28. intrigued The Girl Who Loved the Wind caressed resolved ignorance beguiled Brainpop – Prefix and Suffix

  29. intrigued “Use context clues” The mysterious marks on the map intrigued Antonio. He tried hard to figure out what they meant. Danina had never heard such a thing before. It intrigued her. intrigued- fascinated or interested (p. 110)

  30. intrigued • Definition: fascinated or interested • Base + Suffix: intrigue + -ed • Synonym: interested, captivated • Antonym: uninterested, apathetic, bored • Part of Speech: verb/adjective

  31. beguiled “Use context clues” The music so beguiled them that they could not bear to leave the concert. Danina had never heard such a thing before. It beguiled her. beguiled- tempted, charmed, or amused (p. 110)

  32. beguiled • Definition: tempted, charmed, or amused • Base + Suffix: beguile + -ed • Synonym: captivated, enchanted, delighted • Antonym: discouraged • Part of Speech: verb/adjective

  33. caressed “Use context clues” He caressed the birds in the trees and played gently with the feathers on their wings. The little girl caressed the tiny kitten’s soft fur. caressed- stroked softly(p. 112)

  34. caressed • Definition: stroked softly; touched lovingly • Base + Suffix: caress + -ed (past tense) • Synonym: stroked, touched • Antonym: hit, pushed • Part of Speech: verb

  35. resolved “Use context clues” Danina’s father resolved to keep his daughter out of the garden. After cutting his foot on broken glass, he resolved never to go barefoot in the park again. resolved- decided firmly (p. 114)

  36. resolved • Definition: decided firmly, made up your mind • Base + Suffix: resolve + -ed • Synonym: asserted, agreed, concluded • Antonym: questioned, mulled • Part of Speech: verb

  37. ignorance “Use context clues” Due to his ignorance about math, Mark decided to hire a tutor to help him. ignorance- lack of knowledge (p. 114)

  38. ignorance • Definition: lack of knowledge • Base + Suffix: ignore + -ance (suffix added to make nouns, means “full of”) • Synonym: unintelligent • Antonym: intelligent, aware • Part of Speech: noun

  39. Vocabulary Review • intrigued a. stroked softly • beguiled b. lack of knowledge • caressed c. tempted, charmed, or amused • resolvedd. fascinated or interested • ignorance e. decided firmly

  40. Vocabulary Review • intrigued – fascinated or interested • beguiled – tempted, charmed, or amused • caressed – stroked softly • resolved – decided firmly • ignorance – lack of knowledge

  41. The Girl Who Loved the Wind • Genre- Folktale • Point of View- Third Person • Author’s Purpose- Entertain The need for new experiences and new challenges is sometimes greater than the need for security. Life’s realities and dangers cannot be kept away. A wealthy man tries to protect his daughter, Danina, from pain and unhappiness by shutting her away from the world. Living in a walled estate and surrounded by ever-smiling servants, she knows nothing but beauty and love. Then one day the wind slips over the walls and explains that life is not always happy and not always kind…

  42. Clues, Problems, Wonderings Let’s browse the folktale The Girl Who Loved the Wind and look for clues about the story, problems you may have while reading the story, and wonderings you have about the story. This is a fiction story, so we only want to browse the first few pages so as not to give away the ending. We want to write our findings in note form.

  43. R/W Workbook Pages • Use Notebook Files • Use Websites

  44. Inquiry Journal • Use Icons of Depth and Complexity • Focus on Big Ideas

  45. Big Ideas • “The Girl Who Loved the Wind” is a tale that illustrates that a life without new challenges and risks is an unfulfilling one. Danina’s father hides her away from all the hurts and ills of the world, but eventually the wind teaches her about life outside her sheltered home. • The need for new experiences and challenges is sometimes greater than the need for security. • Life’s realities, like the wind, cannot be kept away.