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Question of the Day In what ways does a forest change over time?. Over time, a forest _________. The Perfect Pastime. Everyone needs a hobby, and birdwatching is by far the best hobby anyone could have. It offers a chance to be outdoors and breathe fresh air. It also is relaxing.

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Question of the day in what ways does a forest change over time

Question of the DayIn what ways does a forest change over time?

Over time, a forest _________.

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The perfect pastime
The Perfect Pastime

Everyone needs a hobby, and birdwatching is by far the best hobby anyone could have. It offers a chance to be outdoors and breathe fresh air. It also is relaxing.

As you can imagine, it is exciting to walk in the woods and search for birds in their forest homes. It is thrilling to find a kind of bird that you might have only seen before in books. Another reason why birdwatching is great is that there is always something new to see. There are different kinds of birds to see at different times of the year. The forest changes, too, as the years goes on, and so do the other animals that live there.

If you have never been birdwatching, you should give it a try. You might even want to join a birdwatching club. In fact, that is the best way to take up the hobby. Look for one in the phone book or in the local newspaper. Join now. You’ll be glad you did.

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V cv and vc v syllable patterns
V/CV and VC/V Syllable Patterns

broken hotel total taken

  • Remember that each syllable has only one vowel sound.

  • Remember, words with the V/CV syllable pattern, the first syllable is pronounced with a long sound.

  • Let’s divide these words together.

    bro/ke ho/tel to/tal ta/ken

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V cv and vc v syllable patterns1
V/CV and VC/V Syllable Patterns

robin petal wagon color

  • Remember that words with the VC/V syllable pattern, the first vowel is pronounced with a short sound.

  • Let’s try to divide the words together.

    ro/bin pe/tal wa/gon co/lor

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V cv and vc v syllable patterns2
V/CV and VC/V Syllable Patterns

Use the following words below to complete each sentence.

robin petal seven solid

final given color hotel

  • Have you _______ your permission slip to me?

  • Water is a liquid, and ice is a ________.

  • Marcus is ________ years old.

  • A ________ built a nest in the oak tree.

  • Each _______ on the daisy is white.

  • Purple is my favorite _________.

  • Emma’s family stayed in a ________.

  • What is the _________ word on the spelling list?

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V cv and vc v syllable patterns3
V/CV and VC/V Syllable Patterns

Use the following words below to complete each sentence.

Wagon music total cabin

Taken pupil broken

  • Nick is a ______ in Miss Moore’s class.

  • Amar piled leaves in the ________.

  • Ming danced to the ______ on the radio.

  • Jada had her picture ________ on her birthday.

  • My pencil is _______.

  • We have a ________ of nineteen students in our class.

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Let s get ready to read
Let’s get ready to read!

  • Listen and follow along as I read aloud 411-412. Listen for fluency and intonation.

  • In groups take turns reading “One Small Place in a Tree”. Remember to read aloud using intonation and expression.

  • Each group will read a section of the story. Group one will take turns reading pages 411-413, Group 2 will read pages 414-416,Group 3 will read pages 417-419, and Group 4 will read pages 420-422.

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Author s purpose comprehension
Author’s Purpose(Comprehension)

  • What was the author’s purpose for writing “A Log’s Life”?

    to inform

    Listen as I reread “A Log’s Life” starting on page 48. Remember to use prior knowledge and to set a purpose for listening.

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Comprehension questions
Comprehension Questions

  • What is the main reason the author wrote the selection?

    To inform reader about the changes that happen to a tree during its life.

  • What information did the author want to share?

    A tree is used by different animals throughout its life; a tree is important when standing and also after it falls and becomes a log.

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Building robust vocabulary
Building Robust Vocabulary

Draw the graph below on your own sheet of paper and make sure to put the vocabulary word transform in the middle. Next, write things that are or have been transformed.

Fill in the graph my listing things people would do in order to live in harmony with one another. An example has been provided below.

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Building robust vocabulary1
Building Robust Vocabulary

  • Suppose you heard something rustling in the bushes outside your home. What might it be?

  • What would you expect a scavenger to do if it caught a glimpse of a garbage can?

  • When might an animal roost to protect something?

  • Would you expect something to dissolve if it were in a damp place or in a dry place? Explain.

  • If you tugged on a plant that was just beginning to sprout, what would probably happen?

  • Which would be more difficult to find your way through, a path that is like a maze or like a column? Explain.

  • Why might you pause before striking a drum?

  • Would it be easier to spear a large object or a small particle? Why?

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Grammar pronoun antecedent agreement
Grammar Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement

Rules for pronouns and antecedents

  • Singular antecedents need a singular pronoun.

  • Plural antecedents need a plural pronoun.

  • Male antecedents need a male pronoun.

  • Female antecedents need a female pronoun.

  • Antecedents that are things need a neutral pronoun.

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Grammar pronoun antecedents agreement
Grammar Pronoun – Antecedents Agreement

  • The students were told he had homework.

  • Tomas said she liked the party.

  • Ana asked if it could leave early today.

  • Identify the antecedents and pronouns in each.

    (students/he, Tomas/she, Ana/it)

  • Notice how the antecedents and pronouns in the sentences to not agree.

  • How can we change the pronouns to show agreement?

    they, he, she

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Grammar pronoun antecedent agreement1
GrammarPronoun-Antecedent Agreement

she they us it him

  • On your own sheet of paper, write a sentence with each of the pronouns shown above.

  • Remember to use antecedents that agree with your pronouns.

  • Share your work with a partner.

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Checking our writing cause and effect paragraph
Checking our Writingcause-and-effect paragraph

  • Make sure you have indented the first line of each paragraph.

  • Make sure that all of your sentences begin with a capital letter and ends with an appropriate end mark.

  • Check to make sure you pronouns match their antecedents.

  • If you need to make changes, remember to use editors’ marks.

  • Look for places in your writing where elaboration would make your paragraph more interesting and easier to understand.

  • Make your final checks and make sure you have included all necessary details in the write order.

  • Finally, take out, or delete, unnecessary ideas or information.

    Share your final drafts with a classmate.

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