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Fifth Grade: Theme 1 Selection 1 Meeting Challenges. V C C V & V C V Syllable Patterns When a syllable ends with a single vowel and a single consonant , the vowel has its short sound. Example : pr ŏ b l e m = pr o bl em d ĕ n i m = d e n im. Challenge Words.

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Fifth Grade:

Theme 1

Selection 1

Meeting Challenges

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VC CV & VCV

Syllable Patterns

When a syllable ends with a single vowel and a single consonant, the vowel has its short sound.

Example:

prŏblem= problem

dĕnim= denim

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Spelling Fluency

How Fast Can You Read the Words?

distance

petals

method

enjoy

anger

perhaps

problem

figure

butter

channel

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Spelling Fluency

How Fast Can You Read the Words?

admire

shuttle

comedy

advance

husband

drummer

tissue

regular

mustard

denim

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Spelling Fluency

How Fast Can You Read the Words?

avalanche

monopoly

reluctant

adequate

tangerine

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Teacher Read Aloud:

Understood Betsy

by Dorothy Canfield Fisher

Activate Prior Knowledge:

Share what you know about the challenges of taking tests.

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Purpose Setting:

  • After hearing the title, predict what the selection will be about. Listen for details about Betsy and events related to the plot of the story, for example, the problem, rising action, climax and resolution.
  • Betsy tells Cousin Ann how badly she did on her test, and Cousin Ann tries to make her feel better.
  • How would you describe Betsy?
  • What is the problem in the story?
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Build Concept Vocabulary

  • “Cousin Ann,” she said unhappily, “the Superintendent visited our school this afternoon.”
  • “Yes, and we had examinations!” said Betsy.
  • “Well, anyhow, I got so scared I could hardly stand up! And I made the most awful mistakes – things I know just as well!”
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Concept Vocabulary Web

People

Language Arts

Classes

superintendent

Math and Science

Challenges

in Education

Environment

mistakes

examinations

School Buildings

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Comprehension Skill:

  • Plot and Character
  • The plot is the pattern of events in a story.
  • A plot includes:
    • aproblem or conflict
    • rising action, as the conflict builds
    • aclimax, when the problem or conflict is faced
    • aresolution, when the problem or conflict is solved.

Problem or Conflict

Rising Action

Climax

Resolution

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Strategy:

Prior Knowledge

Good readers use what they already know to help them follow a story. Before you read, look at the title, illustrations, and author. Have you read stories by this author before? Remember that you will read about characters, a problem, and how that problem is resolved.

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Homework Help

Who is the main character in this story?

Ask: “Has this ever happened to me?” If so, how did you deal with the problem? What do you think Anna will do?

What kind of person is Anna? How can you tell?

Based on other stories you have read, did you expect this story to end this way? Why or why not?

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Homework Help

Climax

Anna got off the bus

Anna heard a blaring horn. There was her mother.

Anna brainstormed ideas about how she could get her history report.

Resolution

Rising Action

Anna’s mom brought the history report to school.

She decided to examine her history report one last time.

Main Conflict

Anna left her homework at home..

Falling Action

Anna hopped on the bus.

Anna walked into school with her history report.

Place: school bus

Time: morning

Characters

Main character: Anna

Minor character: Mom

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Frĭń . dle

Author:

Andrew Clements

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Genre:

  • Humorous Fiction
  • Frindle is humorous fiction.
  • Humorous fiction tells the story of imaginary people who seem real.
  • Story events are true-to-life and often funny.
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More Books Written

by Andrew Clements

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More Books Written

by Andrew Clements

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made aware; informed

acquainted

The first day of school was always a get-acquainted day.

Synonyms:

informed

familiarized

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something assigned, especially a piece of work to be done

assignment

After that there was a review paper about cursive writing, and then there was a sample sheet showing how the heading should look on every assignment.

Synonyms:

job

homework

chore

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absolutely necessary; very important

essential

Good spelling and good grammar and good word skills are essential for every student.

Synonyms:

required

necessary

crucial

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made larger; increased in size; enlarged

expanded

Fifth grade is the ideal time for every girl and boy to acquire an expanded vocabulary.

Synonyms:

broadened

increased

elaborated

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made certain that something would happen as a result

guaranteed

Synonym

assured

confirmed

Nick was an expert at asking

the delaying question –

also known as the

Teacher-stopper, or the

guaranteed-time-waster.

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ways of proceeding; methods of doing things

procedures

Then there was a handout about class procedures.

Synonym:

routines

steps

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what people think and say the character of someone or something is

reputation

In language arts, Mrs. Granger had a monopoly – and a reputation.

Synonym:

prominence

notoriety

name

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paid great honor and reverence to

worshipped

She loved the dictionary – almost worshipped it.

Synonym:

honored

adored

idolized

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Vocabulary Fluency

How Fast Can You Read the Words?

acquainted

guaranteed

assignment

procedures

essential

reputation

expanded

worshipped

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Free Association

  • When I say a word, you write down any words you can think of that remind you of that word.
  • For example:
  • The word is school:
  • learning
  • Science
  • pencils
  • Reading
  • Math
  • teachers
  • P.E.
  • Education

1. acquainted

2. assignment

3. essential

4. expanded

5. guaranteed

6. procedures

7. reputation

8. worshipped

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Classifying

  • Place the following words in categories:
  • acquainted assignmentessential
  • expanded guaranteed procedures
  • reputation worshipped
  • Decide the names of the categories.
  • Determine how many categories.
  • Determine which words go in which categories.
  • After classifying the words, write a paragraph explaining each of the categories and why certain words go in a particular category.
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Can You Find the Context Clues?

The students felt that the _______________________ was too complex.

Kate _______________________ books, exercising, talking on her cell, and eating healthy food.

He ______________________ his vocabulary by reading and conducting research.

The principal has a ________________________ for being fair, kind, and considerate.

She ________________ all of her students that if they attended school daily, participated fully and studied religiously they would experience high achievement.

Rules and ________________ are an important component of having a safe school.

It is ___________________ for students to be prepared for school daily.

The teacher allowed time on the first day of school for students to become _________________________ with one another

acquainted; assignment; essential; expanded; guaranteed; procedures; reputation; worshipped

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Synonym Search

Match the vocabulary words on the left to the correct synonyms on the right. Some vocabulary words have more than one synonym. Ready, set, go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

procedures

acquainted

worshipped

expanded

reputation

assignment

essential

guaranteed

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Word Association Challenge

  • Which word goes with research? Why?

2. Which word goes with a fire drill? Why?

3. Which word goes with new neighbors? Why?

4. Which word goes with strict and inflexible? Why?

5. Which word goes with writing an autobiography? Why?

6. Which word goes with heroes? Why?

7. Which word goes with washing your hands? Why?

8. Which word goes with signing a contract? Why?

Word Bank

acquainted; assignment; essential; guaranteed; expanded; procedures; reputation, worshipped

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Tell Me What You Know

  • Explain why rules and procedures are important.
  • 2. What do you feel is the most essential reason for going to school? Why?
  • 3. What are the causes and effects of the reputation you have established?
  • 4. Create a Tree Map of your favorite types of assignments?
  • 5. Have you ever worshipped a professional athlete or rock star who disappointed you? Who? Why?
  • 6. List ways you can have an expanded vocabulary.
  • 7. What measures do you take to become acquainted with your classmates?