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Lesson 11 Day 3. Genre: Realistic Fiction. Author: Patricia C. McKissack. Question of the Day. If you were part of a talent show, what talent would you share with the audience? My talent is _____________. I would like to share my talent by ____________. Today’s Read Aloud.

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Lesson 11 Day 3

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Author:

Patricia C. McKissack

question of the day
Question of the Day

If you were part of a talent show, what talent would you share with the audience?

My talent is _____________.

I would like to share my talent by ____________.

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today s read aloud
Today’s Read Aloud
  • Set a purpose – Why would someone want to read or listen to a poem more than once?

To enjoy it again; to listen for rhymes and rhythm.

  • Listen and follow along as I

read the poem aloud.

  • Listen for natural pauses.

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a good play by robert louis stevenson
A Good Playby Robert Louis Stevenson

We built a ship upon the stairs

All made of the back-bedroom chairs,

And filled it full of soft pillows

To go a-sailing on the billows.

We took a saw and several nails,

And water in the nursery pails;

And Tom said, “Let us also take

An apple and a slice of cake;” –

Which was enough for Tom and me

To go a-sailing on, till tea.

We sailed along for days and days,

And had the very best of plays;

But Tom fell out and hurt his knee,

So there was no one left but me.

c le syllable
C-le Syllable

middle

uncle

How many consonants are in each word before –le?

Write these words in your notebook and divide them into syllables.

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cradle title
cradle title

Write these words in your notebook and divide them into syllables.

Write the following words in the correct columns.

maple topple grumble idle riddle

cable cuddle pickle staple able

Long vowelsShort vowels

  • topple
  • grumble
  • riddle
  • cuddle
  • pickle
  • maple
  • idle
  • cable
  • staple
  • able

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fluency
Fluency
  • Good readers read with expression.
  • Good readers change their tone of voice to show feelings or important actions.
  • While you are reading, remember to look for clues that tell how characters speak, and think about what the words say or describe.

Listen as I read page 309 of “Loved Best” with expression.

Echo-read page 309 of “Loved Best” after me.

Turn to page 315. Look for clues that tell you to read with expression.

Read page 315 of “Loved Best” with a partner. Give polite feedback that will help your partner read more fluently.

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Focus Skill

Plot

The characters are the people and animals in the story.

The plot of a story is what happens when the characters try to solve their problem. You can better understand the plot of a story by looking for the story’s main problem, the important events, and the way the problem is solved.

Page 309: On this page, people are filling the community center. What event begins on this page?

the play

Page 311: Josh gets up to perform. What happens when he does this?

He sings well, without any mistakes.

Make a list of the most important events from “Loved Best” in your notebook. When you finish, compare your list with your group.

The setting is where a story takes place.

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Fables“The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf” is a fable.Fables are stories that teach lessons about life. The author wants to send a message through the story.Fables contain the following:animal or human charactersa setting in a faraway place or a long-ago timea plot that includes a lesson about lifeWhat do you think the purpose for reading a fable is?Read “The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf” on pages 324-325.

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Fables“The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf” is a fable.Fables are stories that teach lessons about life. The author wants to send a message through the story.Fables contain the following:animal or human charactersa setting in a faraway place or a long-ago timea plot that includes a lesson about lifeWhat do you think the purpose for reading a fable is?Read “The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf” on pages 324-325.Why does the boy call “wolf” the first two times? What happens after the boy calls “wolf” the first two times? What lesson does the author want to teach with the fable?

He wants some excitement; he is bored.

All the villagers come running to him.

Do not ask for help when you do not need it, or you will not get it when you really do.

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ConnectionsHow is Carolyn’s behavior in “Loved Best” similar to the behavior of the shepherd boy in “The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf”?What did you like about Carolyn’s parents? In what ways does the setting in “Loved Best” seem like a place you could visit in real life?

Carolyn tries to get her mother’s attention by pretending she is sick.

The shepherd tries to get attention by pretending a wolf is near.

(TT)

They are loving to Carolyn and help her to be

brave enough to say the poem again.

(TS)

The setting is a community center. It seems like community centers I’ve been to before, with a big room and a parking lot outside.

(TW)

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robust vocabulary
Robust Vocabulary
  • swooned
  • What might a person look like as he or she swooned? ( act it out)
  • What might cause a person to swoon?
  • astonished
  • Give examples of situations in which a person might be astonished.
  • How would you look if you were astonished?

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robust vocabulary1
Robust Vocabulary
  • envious
  • Would you feel envious if a friend got into trouble? Why or why not?
  • When might someone feel envious?
  • rivalry
  • Do you know of two sports teams that have a big rivalry with each other? Who are they and why is there a rivalry?

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robust vocabulary2
Robust Vocabulary
  • praised
  • What might you do so you would be praised in school?
  • For what would you like to be praised?
  • brief
  • If your teacher asked you to write a brief story, would it be long or short? Why?
  • chuckling
  • What kind of mood would people be in if they were chuckling? Explain?
  • What kind of story might make you chuckle?

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robust vocabulary3
Robust Vocabulary
  • sobbed
  • If your best friend sobbed, what would you do to help?
  • soothing
  • When would you want to hear a soothing voice?
  • What other sounds are soothing?
  • encouraging
  • How could you be encouraging to someone who lost a race?
  • When have encouraging words been helpful to you ?

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context clues
Context Clues
  • One way to learn what a new word means is to look at the words around it. These other words can give clues about the word’s meaning. These are called context clues.
  • If you come to a word you don’t know, you can look for nearby words that you know.

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context clues1
Context Clues
  • Jermaine dashed to the finish line. He was out of breath when he reached the end.
  • The second part of the sentence gives clues to the meaning of dashed.
  • ran hard

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context clues2
Context Clues
  • Bounding offstage, she bolted for the side door and rushed into the parking lot.
  • What is happening in this sentence?
  • Carolyn is running off the stage and outside to the parking lot.
  • What word in the sentence probably has a meaning similar to the word bolted?
  • rushed
  • If you replace the word bolted with the word rushed, does the sentence seem to have the same meaning?
  • yes

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context clues you try
Context Clues You Try!
  • Find the word in the sentence that is a synonym of the underlined word.
  • When the first frog leaped, the other frogs jumped, too.
  • The huge puddle held an enormous amount of water.

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surprised

Find the word that has similar meaning to the underlined word.Carolyn was startled, and her parents were surprised.

A. Carolyn

B. parents

C. surprised

Extra Support p 94

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most

Find the word that has similar meaning to the underlined word.A majority of the students was there, and most of them were shy..

A. students

B. were

C. most

Extra Support p 94

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pupil

Find the word that has similar meaning to the underlined word.The teacher moved from one student to the next, making sure that each pupil understood the directions.

A. teacher

B. pupil

C. directions

Extra Support p 94

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pleased

Find the word that has similar meaning to the underlined word.She was pleased with her students and satisfied with their work..

A. pleased

B. students

C. best

Extra Support p 94

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DOL

boy’s

6. Why was the one boys ball lost

7. Matts favorite holiday is july 4th.

8. we can polish all the womens shoes.

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Matt’s

J

womens’

W

grammar possessive nouns
Grammar: Possessive nouns
  • Plural means “more than one”.
  • The singer’s songs were beautiful.
  • This sentence refers to several songs, so an s has been added at the end of the word song. The word singer is a singular noun. The ‘s at the end of the word lets us know that the word is a singular possessive noun.
  • The singers’ songs were beautiful.
  • When a noun is plural and already has an s at the end, you simply add an apostrophe.

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writing paragraph that compares
Writing: Paragraph That Compares
  • Paragraph That Compares
  • Tells how two or more things are alike
  • Has a topic sentence that tells what is being compared
  • Uses signal words such as both, alike, and same
  • Gives details of the things being compared.

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