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  1. Celebrating Traditions Mrs. Williams 3rd Grade Surprise Elementary

  2. What is a tradition? • What traditions do you and your family have? • Do you think traditions are important? Explain. Graphic Organizer on traditions

  3. Journal Think of a tradition you would like to start with your family. Explain.

  4. What Turkeys Eat for Thanksgiving I am going to read a story about turkeys in the wild.

  5. Comprehension • How do you think the author feels about turkeys? How can you tell? • How can you tell that the author is impressed by wild turkeys? • Why does the author call the turkeys “unfortunate”? She likes turkeys, wants to talk about them as animals instead of food. describes how fast turkeys can run and fly and the unusual foods they eat. They had glass balls and lead cubes pushed down their throats.

  6. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  7. Quilting Vocabulary • border: a part that forms the outside edge of something

  8. gathering: a coming together of people.

  9. needles: small, thin tools used for sewing.

  10. scraps: leftover bits of cloth

  11. sewn: fastened with stitches, using a needle and thread

  12. threaded: passed thread through the eye of the needle

  13. babushka: a head scarf

  14. As I read, I can evaluate how well Patricia Polacco helps you understand her feelings about her family’s quilt and their traditions. • Thinking about how a story makes you feel helps you understand what the author is trying to tell you.

  15. Author’s Viewpoint • This is what an author thinks, feels, and believes (attitude), and the reason the author writes about the subject (purpose for writing). • Details an author uses can help you understand their viewpoint.

  16. Author’s Family Chart Anna’s Mother (author’s great-great-grandmother) Mary Ellen (author’s mother) for special celebrations 2. blanket for Patricia’s bed tablecloth for Sabbath meals 3. cape for Patricia’s games Anna (author’s great-grandmother) 4. for telling the story of the quilt 1. wedding huppa 2. baby blanket for Carle Patricia Polacco (author) Carle (author’s grandmother) for special celebrations 1. wedding huppa 2. superhero capes for special celebrations 2. baby blanket for Mary Ellen 3. blanket to comfort her sick mother 3. blanket to warm old Anna’s legs 4. for telling the story of the quilt. 4. tablecloth for Anna’s birthday

  17. You are Great Readers!

  18. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  19. Quilting Vocabulary • border: a part that forms the outside edge of something

  20. gathering: a coming together of people.

  21. Author’s Viewpoint You are walking down the street and you see a cat walking toward you. What do you do? Write for a few minutes (you will get a chance to share)

  22. Viewpoint is how one feels and what one thinks about a subject. • Viewpoints are affected by experiences and beliefs and individuals often see things differently. • Author’s thoughts and feelings about a subject from the events, facts and opinions, and illustrations in a story. Is tradition important to Patricia Polacco? What evidence can you find in the story that supports this viewpoint? (TE pg. R8)

  23. Compound Words • A compound word is a word formed from two smaller words. The quilt was the tablecloth. Steven used the quilt to make a superhero cape.

  24. Underline the compound words and circle the smaller words within them. • farmhouse in Michigan • my aunt’s nightdress • birthday quilt • like a storybook

  25. Word Families • Related words belong to groups, called families. • The words in a word family often look alike, sound alike, and share common base words. enjoy joyful

  26. Choral read The Keeping Quilt

  27. You are great readers!

  28. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  29. needles: small, thin tools used for sewing.

  30. scraps: leftover bits of cloth

  31. babushka: a head scarf

  32. Author’s Viewpoint • The Keeping Quilt is a true story about a family quilt. Patricia and her family come to cherish this quilt because of all the different family members who have used it in different ways over the years. (Have groups identify the author’s viewpoint about one of the four categories)

  33. Word Family Circle Map pack ground up ward back board yard fire bone Partner read The Keeping Quilt

  34. You are great readers!

  35. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

  36. sewn: fastened with stitches, using a needle and thread

  37. threaded: passed thread through the eye of the needle

  38. poverty: being very poor

  39. Picking out Common Nouns Practice Book pg. 105

  40. Practice Book pg. 107

  41. Practice Book pg. 109