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  1. Big Question: How can knowing the past help us understand the present? Author: J. Lynett Gillette Genre: Expository Nonfiction

  2. Small GroupTimer

  3. Review Games Story Sort VocabularyWords: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Vocabulary • Spelling City: Spelling Words

  4. Spelling WordsFinal Syllable Patterns

  5. Big Question: How can knowing the past help us understand the present?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

  6. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • counselor • identity • physical • surplus • technology • tradesman • unladylike • kettle • stable • well

  7. Monday

  8. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Graphic Sources • Text Structure • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Phrasing • Grammar: Action & Linking Verbs • Spelling: Final Syllable Patterns • Life in the 1800s

  9. FluencyModel Phrasing

  10. Fluency: Model Phrasing • Listen as I read “Homestead Girl.” • As I read, notice how I chunk groups of words together into phrases and meaningful units. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  11. Fluency: Model Phrasing • How does the narrator feel about moving west? • Which details helped you draw this conclusion?

  12. Concept Vocabulary • kettle–metal container for boiling liquids and cooking foods • stable–building where horses or cattle are kept and fed • well–hole dug or bored in the ground to get water • Next Slide

  13. kettle

  14. stable

  15. well

  16. (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.) Concept Vocabulary

  17. Build Concept Vocabulary kettle, stable, well Life in the 1800s

  18. Graphic Sources,Text StructureTurn to page 194 - 195.

  19. Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about everyday life in the 1800s?

  20. Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores energy sources since the 1800s. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about how energy has changed our lives.

  21. Vocabulary Words

  22. Vocabulary Words • counselor– person who gives advice; advisor • identity– who or what you are • physical– of or for the body • surplus- amount over and above what is needed • technology –the use of scientific knowledge to control physical objects and forces

  23. More Words to Know • tradesman– storekeeper; shopkeeper • unladylike– impolite; not like a lady; not well-bred • (Next Slide)

  24. tradesman

  25. GrammarAction and Linking Verbs

  26. would you travel back in time to visit your ancesters • Would you travel back in time to visit your ancestors? • some modern kids travelled to Canada on the ultimate feild trip • Some modern kids traveled to Canada on the ultimate field trip.

  27. Action and Linking Verbs • The boy became an apprentice. He lived and worked with his new master. • Became is a linking verb. It tells what the subject (boy) was. Lived and worked are action verbs. They tell what the subject (he) did.

  28. Action and Linking Verbs • A verb is the main word in the predicate of a sentence. The verb tells what the subject of the sentence is or does. • An action verb tells what the subject does.

  29. Action and Linking Verbs • A linking verb links, or joins, the subject with the word or words in the predicate that tell what the subject is or is like. Linking verbs are either forms of be, such as am, is, are, was, and were.

  30. Action and Linking Verbs • Become, seem, appear, feel, taste, smell, and look can be linking verbs. • Action Verbs: The girls place bonnets on their heads. She walks down the path. • Linking Verbs: The girls seem awkward in their bonnets. He is happy.

  31. Action and Linking Verbs • A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb and identifies or explains the subject. The mattresses were straw-filled bags.

  32. Action and Linking VerbsIs the underlined word an action verb, linking verb, or predicate nominative? • Charles is a blacksmith. • predicate nominative • Darlene was proud of her homemade pie. • linking verb • The milk splashed on the floor. • action verb

  33. Action and Linking VerbsIs the underlined word an action verb, linking verb, or predicate nominative? • The baked ham smells good. • linking verb • Joslin is my uncle. • predicate nominative

  34. Action and Linking VerbsFind the verb in each sentence. Is it an action or linking verb? • The girls laundered the clothes. • laundered – action • Billy is a blacksmith’s apprentice. • is – linking • The boys owned many books. • owned - action

  35. Action and Linking VerbsFind the verb in each sentence. Is it an action or linking verb? • The girls practiced sewing stitches. • practiced – action • Dessert was a pudding with currents. • was – linking

  36. Action and Linking VerbsFind the verb in each sentence. Is it an action or linking verb? • The straw mattresses felt hard and lumpy. • felt - linking • Pete and Jay are good farmers. • are – linking

  37. Action and Linking VerbsFind the verb in each sentence. Is it an action or linking verb? • The “relatives” introduced themselves to the students. • introduced – action • Casey was nervous, but he pounded the stake into the ground like a pro. • was- linking, pounded - action

  38. Action and Linking VerbsFind the verb in each sentence. Is it an action or linking verb? • She is hungry, so she walks to the henhouse for eggs. • is – linking, walks - action

  39. Spelling WordsFinal Syllable Patterns

  40. Tuesday

  41. Today we will learn about: • Dictionary/Glossary • Graphic Sources • Text Structure • Compare and Contrast • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Action & Linking Verbs • Spelling: Final Syllable Patterns • Social Studies: Technology and Culture • Life in the 1800s

  42. Dictionary/GlossaryPages 196 - 197.

  43. A Week in the 1800sPages 198 - 205.

  44. FluencyChoral Reading

  45. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 200, first two paragraphs. • As I read, notice how I group together the phrases that begin with prepositions. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings.

  46. GrammarAction and Linking Verbs

  47. the students didntgrumbel when they left there video games • The students didn’t grumble when they left their video games. • garrets Father fixes and sells cars • Garret’s father fixes and sells cars.

  48. Action and Linking Verbs • The main word in the predicate is a verb. • An action verb tells what the subject does. • A linking verb links, or joins, the subject with a word or words in the predicate that tell what the subject is or is like.