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  1. Big Question: How can gardens enrich our lives? Title: The Gardener Author: Sarah Stewart Illustrator: David Small Genre: Realistic Fiction

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. let’s • he’d • you’ll • can’t • I’d • you’d • haven’t • hasn’t • she’d • they’ll • when’s • we’d • they’d • wasn’t • didn’t • should’ve • would’ve • could’ve • needn’t • you’ve Spelling Words

  4. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • beauty • blooming • bulbs • doze • humor • recognizing • showers • sprouting • adore • catalogues • survived • encouraging • preparations • soup kitchen

  5. Big Question: How can gardens enrich our lives? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Cause and Effect • Story Structure • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Expression/Intonation • Action and Linking Verbs • Contractions • Science: Gardens Enriching Lives

  8. Fluency: Expression/Intonation Monday

  9. Fluency: Expression/Intonation • Listen as I read “Eat Your Vegetables.” • As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to show expression and excitement. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  10. Fluency: Expression/Intonation • What experience made Dusty want to grow vegetables for people in need? • What was one effect of Dusty’s hard work?

  11. Build Conceptsencouraging, preparations, soup kitchen Gardens Enriching Lives

  12. Pages 280-281 Cause /EffectStory Structure

  13. Prior KnowledgeThink of as many things are you can about gardening.

  14. Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

  15. Vocabulary Words • beauty – the quality that pleases both the mind and the senses in art or nature • blooming – having flowers; opening into flowers • bulbs – round, underground parts from which certain plants grow

  16. Vocabulary Words • doze – to sleep lightly • humor – the ability to see or show the funny side of things • recognizing – identifying • showers – rain that lasts only a short time • sprouting – producing new leaves, shoots, or buds; beginning to grow

  17. Other Vocabulary Words • adore – to love and admire someone greatly • catalogues– lists • survived – continued to live; existed

  18. Other Vocabulary Words • encouraging – trait of giving someone courage or confidence • preparations – things done to get ready • soup kitchen – a place where meals are offered free of charge to people who need them • Next slide

  19. blooming

  20. bulbs

  21. doze

  22. showers

  23. sprouting

  24. catalogues

  25. soup kitchen

  26. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Monday

  27. wasn’t that a colorfull garden • Wasn’t that a colorful garden? • the tullips was red and yellow • The tulips were red and yellow.

  28. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs • I wrote a long poem for Uncle Jim. • The secret place is ready for Uncle Jim. • The verb in the first sentence is an action verb, wrote. • The verb in the second sentence is a linking verb, is. • It links the subject to a word in the predicate.

  29. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs • A verb is a word that tells what someone or something is or does. • Action verbs are words that show action. • Linking verbs, such as am, is, are, was, and were, do not show action. • They link a subject to a word or words in the predicate.

  30. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs • Action Verb: • Roses grow on bushes in the garden. • Linking Verb: • Each rose is a different color.

  31. Grammar: Action and Linking VerbsPick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. • We see many wildflowers on our trips. • see, action verb • Wildflowers bloom along this path. • bloom, action verb • My favorites are bluebonnets. • are, linking verb

  32. Grammar: Action and Linking VerbsPick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. • Queen Anne’s Lace is a soft white flower. • is, linking verb • My sister loves little yellow buttercups. • loves, action verb

  33. Grammar: Action and Linking VerbsPick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. • Wildflowers wilt on a hot day. • wilt, action verb • Once I picked a fairy slipper. • picked, action verb • Clover is usually purple. • is, linking verb

  34. Grammar: Action and Linking VerbsPick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. • Don’t step on those lilies. • step, action verb • Forests are full of violets and wildflowers. • are, linking verb

  35. Spelling: Contractions Monday

  36. let’s • he’d • you’ll • can’t • I’d • you’d • haven’t • hasn’t • she’d • they’ll • when’s • we’d • they’d • wasn’t • didn’t • should’ve • would’ve • could’ve • needn’t • you’ve Spelling Words

  37. Tuesday

  38. Today we will learn about: • Word Structure • Cause and Effect • Draw Conclusions • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Action and Linking Verbs • Contractions • Science: Interdependence

  39. Pages 282 - 283 Vocabulary Strategy for endings

  40. Pages 284 - 291 The Gardener

  41. Fluency: Expression/Intonation Tuesday

  42. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 288. • As I read the different parts of the letter, notice how my tone changes. • We will now practice as a class, doing three choral readings of page 288.

  43. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Tuesday

  44. the windoboxs is full of wildflowers • The window boxes are full of wildflowers. • they’ll bloom in Summer • They’ll bloom in summer.

  45. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs • A verb is a word that tells what someone or something is or does. • Action verbs are words that show action. • Linking verbs, such as am, is, are, was, and were, do not show action. • They link a subject to a word or words in the predicate.

  46. Spelling: Contractions Tuesday

  47. let’s • he’d • you’ll • can’t • I’d • you’d • haven’t • hasn’t • she’d • they’ll • when’s • we’d • they’d • wasn’t • didn’t • should’ve • would’ve • could’ve • needn’t • you’ve Spelling Words

  48. Wednesday

  49. Today we will learn about: • Cause and Effect • Story structure • Word Structure • Vocabulary • Fluency: Expresion/Intonation • Action and Linking Verbs • Contractions • Science: Ecosystems

  50. Pages 292 - 299 The Gardener