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  1. Voyage Across the Solar SystemLesson 30 Day 2 Lesson 30 Day 1

  2. Question of the Day What have you done that made you feel proud? I was proud of myself when ________________. Daily Proofreading • Larry walked quiet so he would not wake up he sister. • thomas careful put the model plane together. T394

  3. Daily Proofreading Check your work! • Larry walked quietly so he would not wake up his sister. • Thomas carefully put the model plane together. T394

  4. Read Aloud • What might be the purpose for reading or listening to a poem again? • for enjoyment • to listen for rhymes or rhythm • to learn more about what happened • Listen as I read. Notice how I pause at commas and periods, as well as how I change the pitch in response to question marks. • Then echo read the poem with me. T395

  5. Read Aloud“Hard Work” Work, work, work in the hot day’s sun, Work while everyone else has fun. Make my web, so pretty and neat— Oh, look what’s stuck, a fly to eat! The bees and flies go buzzing by, Thinking that they can always fly. But, no, that one forgot to duck. Now in my web that bee is stuck. I’ve spun my web across the door, High up here, above the floor. What’s that? It’s big! I’d better stay hid. Oh, no, here comes a great big kid. Stop now, young man, not one more step. You’ll smash my work and make a wreck! Oh, too late, he’s walked right through. But at least he’s covered in silky goo! T395 Transparency R181

  6. Read Aloud • Who is the speaker in the poem? • How did the spider feel when the boy walked into the web? • How would you feel if you had worked hard on a project and something happened to it? T395

  7. v/v Syllables • What do these words have in common? • suit fluid • Both have the vowel pattern ui in the middle. • Notice that suit is a single-syllable word and the vowels ui make a single /oo/ sound. • Fluid, is a two-syllable word in which the vowels make two distinct sounds. • Remember that when vowels sit next to each other in a word and make separate sounds, the syllables divide between the vowels. • flu/id T396

  8. Decode v/v Words • Let’s try to divide these words into syllables. • piano • pi/a/no • reliable • re/li/a/ble • dial • di/al • reality • re/al/i/ty T396

  9. v/v Syllables • Find the v/v words in these sentences and write them in your journal. Divide the words into syllables. • We watched videos and listened to the stereo. • Jordan had a scientific idea for his project. T396

  10. v/v Syllables • Check Your Work! • We watched videos and listened to the stereo. • Jordan had a scientificidea for his project. • vid/e/osster/e/o sci/en/tif/ici/de/a T396

  11. Spelling Practice Number in your journal 1-4. Write the words with one syllable beside #1, words with 2 syllables beside #2, words with 3 syllables beside #3 and words with 4 syllables beside #4. • vision • caution • session • fluid • piano • loyal • reliable • flexible • powerless • dangerous • famous • biplane • nonstop • overnight • oversee T397

  12. Focus Skill Making Inferences • Authors do not always tell everything so readers must make inferences to figure out the missing information or ideas. • When you make inferences, you use text clues along with what you already know about the topic. • Making an inference can help you determine what happened or how a character feels in a selection. T398

  13. Focus Skill Making Inferences • I know that when I infer, I use clues to figure out something. I can use clues from the text and what I already know to make an inference. • Turn to page 420 and let’s read. t398

  14. Focus Skill Making Inferences • Have you ever missed home after being gone for a long time? • Can you make an inference about how the doctor feels? • He probably misses home because he has been traveling through the solar system for a long time. t398

  15. Focus Skill Making Inferences • Turn to page 414 and read with your group. • Try to infer how far away Pluto is from Earth. • Remember to use what you know about telescopes and what the author tells you about images of Pluto. • Possible answers: t398

  16. Focus Skill Making Inferences • Possible answers: • I know telescopes make faraway things appear closer. The author says that the pictures of Pluto are grainy and fuzzy, so Pluto must be really far away. • Practice book page 256 t398

  17. Multiple Meaning Words • Some words have more than one meaning, even though they are spelled and pronounced the same way. • For example, bright can mean both “full of light” and “intelligent”. • Can you think of some other words like this? T399

  18. Multiple Meaning Words • The test was very hard. • What does hard mean? • a. Difficult • b. Solid or firm. • Think! • Think of another sentence using hard, when it means “solid or firm”. a. difficult T399

  19. magnify • When you magnify something, you make it look larger than it actually is. • The word is.. • magnify • What is the word? • magnify • What would you magnify with a telescope? • What might you use to magnify tiny letters on a page? t382 transparency R203

  20. observed • If you observed something I, you watched it carefully to learn more about it. • The word is.. • observed • What is the word? • observed • What do you observe in the classroom on school days? • What have you observed in the area around your house?

  21. generates • To generate something is to produce it. • The word is … • generate • What is the word? • generate • What machines generate power? • What generates heat and light for our planet?

  22. confirm • When you can prove something is correct, you can confirm it. • The word is… • confirm • What is the word? • confirm • How do you confirm that you have learned your spelling words? • How would you confirm that you had a doctor’s appointment next week?

  23. picturesque • Something that is picturesque is pretty enough to be in a picture. • The word is … • picturesque • What is the word? • picturesque • When is a garden most picturesque? • What can make a countryside look picturesque? t382 transparency R203

  24. safeguard • To safeguard something is to protect and guard it. • The word is… • safeguard • What is the word? • safeguard • Who are the people who safeguard our communities? • How might you safeguard your home? t382 transparency R203

  25. expedition • The astronauts prepared for their expedition. • An expedition is an adventure or a journey to a new place. • The word is… • expedition • What is the word? • expedition • Would you prefer a mountain expedition or an expedition to the beach? t382 transparency R203

  26. uncharted • The space shuttle traveled to an uncharted part of space. • If an area is uncharted, there are no maps of that place. • The word is… • uncharted • What is the word? • uncharted • Would you like to travel to an uncharted place or one that is well-explored? t382 transparency R203

  27. aligned • When the moon is aligned between the sun and Earth we cannot see it. • When two things are aligned, they match up perfectly. • The word is… • aligned • What is the word? • aligned • Which of these are aligned: books on a tidy shelf, or apples in a basket? t382 transparency R203

  28. occur • The full moon occurs two weeks after the new moon. • When something occurs, it happens. • The word is… • occur • What is the word? • occur • Which of these is something that will occur: Your shoes being blue, or being given a pair of shoes. t382 transparency R203

  29. Grammar: Adverbs • Adverbs often describe how something is done or looks, or when or where something happens. • They can also be used to compare two or more things that happen. • Many adverbs end in –ly. • Jay carefully cut the paper. • carefully – tells how something is done • Marcy will arrive later. • later – tells when something happens t402

  30. Grammar: Adverbs • The kitten cried softly. • softly – describes how • Tim arrived here on Tuesday. • here – describes where • Write sentences with these adverbs. • swiftly outside early t402