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Genre: Realistic Fiction. Lesson 12 Day 2. Question of the Day. How do you “talk” with friends? To “talk” with a friend who lives far away, I would _____________ because __________. Read Aloud. Why might you read a poem? for enjoyment to listen to the sound of words

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question of the day
Question of the Day
  • How do you “talk” with friends?
  • To “talk” with a friend who lives far away, I would _____________ because __________.


read aloud
Read Aloud
  • Why might you read a poem?
  • for enjoyment
  • to listen to the sound of words
  • Think about how the person speaking is feeling.


read aloud5
Read Aloud
  • Why do you think the speaker writes back right away?
  • What do the words “my head like a drum” mean in the poem?



Part A

  • knee
  • knee -/n/
  • knob
  • knob -/n/
  • gnaw
  • gnaw -/n/
  • The gnome knelt to hide under the bed.
  • The knight knocked the gnat into the wall.


  • Words with silent letters such as letter pairs knand gncan make spelling difficult.
  • There are no good ways to tell for sure which words are spelled with kn, gn, or n, to stand for /n/.
  • Most words use r, not wr, to stand for /r/.
  • Most words use f, not gh, to stand for /f/.
  • You will have to learn individual words that use kn, gn, wr, and gh.


  • Which spelling looks right?
  • 1. Meg is _________________ a scarf for her mother. knitting gnitting nitting
  • knitting
  • 2. The bird flies _____________ for the summer and south for the winter. knorth gnorth north
  • north
  • 3. She _________________ all the words to my favorite song. Knows gnows nows
  • knows
  • 4. Try no to _____________ on your fingernails. knaw gnaw naw
  • gnaw
  • Choose 3 kn or gn spelling words. Use the words to write sentences in your journal.

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If you translate something, you say or write it in another language.

If you translate a letter, what are you doing to it?

From what language would the guide in Chile translate?

  • When something needs repairs, it needs to be fixed.
  • Why does a car that has been in an accident need repairs?
  • Why were repairs needed in Santiago?
  • If you throw something heavy with great effort, then you are heaving it.
  • If the earth begins heaving, what might be happening?
  • Where could you see rocks heaving in Chile?
  • Something is bothersome when it bothers you and causes problems.
  • What might a bothersome child be doing?
  • Do people in Chile think earthquakes are bothersome? Why or why not?
  • If there is a din, there is so much noise that it is hard to hear anything over it.
  • Is it easy to hear a din? Explain.
  • Why might earthquakes cause a din?
  • When you are dodging something, you avoid something that is coming toward you.
  • How would you move if you were dodging a ball?
  • What are rock climbers dodging when they climb?
  • A catastrophe is something really terrible that has happened.
  • The earthquake was a catastrophe for Max’s village.
  • Think of things that could be catastrophes. What could you do to help someone in a catastrophe?
  • If you are wrong about something, you are mistaken.
  • The word is mistaken.
  • What is the word?
  • Raise your hand if you’ve ever been mistaken.
  • If you have figured out a message that is difficult to understand or that is written in code, then you have deciphered it.
  • The word is deciphered.
  • What is the word?
  • deciphered
  • If you are fortunate, you are very lucky.
  • Max was fortunate that no one in his family was hurt.
  • I felt fortunate when I won the raffle. Would you feel fortunate to lose something, or the find something you lost?
  • Think about something that makes you fortunate. Talk with a partner. Then, write one or two sentences in your notebooks about feeling fortunate.
listening comprehension plot
Listening Comprehension/Plot
  • The plot is the events in a story.
  • Remember a plot has a beginning, a middle, and an ending. It tells about the problem that the characters face and the solution to that problem.
  • The beginning introduces the characters, setting, and a bit about the main character’s problem. The problem or goal is fully explained in the middle and then solved or reached at the end of the story. Knowing the important events helps readers understand the story.
  • What was the most important event in the story?
  • an earthquake hits Max’s village.


  • Read with expression.
  • Raise and lower your voice to show which character is speaking, characters’ feelings, and whether events are exciting.
  • Use expression!
  • Listen as I read page 341.
  • Partner Read 341-342




  • The sandwich was so good that Billy ate them all.
  • nora's friend visited it.

5. I saw Mr. and Mrs. wells and waved at it.





grammar singular and plural pronouns
Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns
  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
  • A singular pronoun replaces a singular noun, or a noun that names one person, place or thing.
  • I you he she me her him it
  • Matt threw it away.
  • It –stands for something Matt threw away
  • He ran to the store.
  • He – the name of a person such as Matt, or boy
  • Tom ate the pie. He ate it.
  • Anjali talked to Jane. She talked to her.
  • I asked Nyesha for help. I asked her for help.


writing realistic story
Writing: Realistic Story
  • Realistic Story
  • Includes characters and settings that could be real
  • Includes events that could happen
  • Tells about a problem and how it is solved