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  1. Lesson 11 day 4 Genre: Realistic Fiction Author: Patricia C. McKissack T74

  2. Have you ever helped someone feel better? Question of the Day I can help by ______ T74 T74

  3. Read Aloud • What would the purpose be for reading a story that is similar to another story you have read? • to see how different characters deal with similar situations • for enjoyment T75

  4. Read Aloud T75 transparency R75

  5. Read Aloud • What is the story’s problem? • In the story, how might Willie’s mom have said “I’m not sure I can go through with it”? • What emotion should you try to show in your voice? • How does Willie try to help his mother? T75

  6. C-le syllable • My uncle put the saddle and the bridle in the stable. • Find the words that end with –le. • uncle • saddle • bridle • stable T76

  7. C-le syllable • My uncle put the saddle and the bridle in the stable. • uncle • saddle • bridle • stable • Divide these words into syllables. un cle sad dle bri dle sta ble T76

  8. C-le syllable • My uncle put the saddle and the bridle in the stable. • Which words have long vowel sounds ? • bridle, stable • Which words have short vowel sounds? • uncle, saddle T76

  9. C-le syllable • beetle • Where are words with a vowel and a single consonant before –le divided into syllables? • between the vowel and the consonant –le • bee tle • What vowel sound do you hear in the first syllable? • long • beetle T76 Transparency R76

  10. C-le syllable • needle • Where are words with a vowel and a single consonant before –le divided into syllables? • between the vowel and the consonant –le • nee dle • What vowel sound do you hear in the first syllable? • long • needle T76 Transparency R76

  11. C-le syllable • trouble • Where are words with a vowel and a single consonant before –le divided into syllables? • between the vowel and the consonant –le • trou ble • What vowel sound do you hear in the first syllable? • long • trouble T76 Transparency R76

  12. C-le syllable • noodle • Where are words with a vowel and a single consonant before –le divided into syllables? • between the vowel and the consonant –le • noo dle • What vowel sound do you hear in the first syllable? • long • noodle • beagle • Where are words with a vowel and a single consonant before –le divided into syllables? • between the vowel and the consonant –le • bea gle • What vowel sound do you hear in the first syllable? • long • beagle T76 Transparency R76

  13. Fluency • Remember that good readers vary the sound of their voices to show expression. • Depending on what is happening in the selection, there are several things that readers can change in order to show expression. • tone of voice (soft, angry, firm, ect.) • reading speed ( slow, quick, ect.) • volume (soft, loud, etc.) • pitch (high voice, medium voice, or low voice) T78

  14. Fluency • Turn to page 318-319 of “Loved Best”. • I am going to read these pages. As I read I am going to change my voice so that the sound of the reading makes sense with what is going on in the story. I am going to read quietly when a character is speaking quietly. I will sound stern when someone is saying something that is serious. I will speed up my voice when something exciting is happening, and I will slow it down for parts that are quiet and slow. • Would anyone like to volunteer to read 2 or 3 sentences? T78

  15. Focus Skill Plot • The plot is the events that take place, including the problem and solution to the problem in a story. • Good readers pay attention to the problems and the events that lead to a solution of those problems. T79

  16. Focus Skill Plot • Reread this passage to determine the plot of the story. T79 transparency R69

  17. Focus Skill Plot • What is the problem in the story? • Vonya is nervous about singing in front of an audience. • What are the important events in the story? • Vonya wakes up feeling nervous, she talks with her mother about it , and her mother gives her some advice. • How is the problem solved in the story? • Vonya practices, which calms her and makes her feel less nervous and more confident. T79

  18. Focus Skill Plot • Reread the introduction of “Loved Best” on page 307. • What problem does Carolyn have? • She wants her parents to love her best. • What does Carolyn think will fix this problem? • Her parents will see how wonderful she is in the play and will love her best. • What is the solution to the problem? • Carolyn’s parents love Carolyn, her brother, and her sister equally. They cannnot love one of them more. T79

  19. Use Alphabetical OrderResearch/Study Skill • Information is often arranged in the order of the letters of the alphabet, from A to Z. • When you look up information in an encyclopedia, dictionary or thesaurus the topic will be in ABC order. • Organizing words in alphabetical order is called alphabetizing. • When alphabetizing a group of words, you should look at the first letter of each word and think about the order of the alphabet. If more than one word begins with the same letter, you should look at the second letter, third letter, or more, all the way through the word. T780

  20. Use Alphabetical OrderResearch/Study Skill • As I compare two or more words that start with the same letter or letters, I look for the first letter in each word that is different. Then I check the alphabet in my head and decide which letter comes first. T780

  21. Let’s Practice! • pencil peel peak • The first letter is the same so I must look at the 2nd. • They are also the same so I must look at the 3rd letter. T780

  22. Let’s Practice! • Write these words in your notebook. • whose whine what when • Now circle the first letter that is different in each word. • Put the words in alphabetical order. • Check your work! • what when whine whose T780

  23. Speaking and Listening Listening Strategies • Pay attention throughout the presentation. • Listen for the speaker’s tone of voice. • Watch the speaker’s movements and facial expressions. Speaking Strategies Use your voice to share your opinion. Speak loudly to be heard across the room. Speak as if you are talking to a friend. Look at the audience. Use your face and hands to show how you feel. T81

  24. Robust Vocabulary • swooned/astonished • Place your hand over your mouth if you hear about something that would leave them astonished and swooning. Yawn if you wouldn’t be astonished. • winning a prize • seeing a talking dog • a surprise party for you • feeding ducks • envious • If I name a situation that would make you envious nod your head yes. If it would not, shake your head no. • someone else getting the largest piece of pizza • your best friend getting a newer, better scooter • you getting a pizza all to yourself • you and your family going on a picnic T782-83

  25. Robust Vocabulary • rivalry • Say rivalry when you hear something that sounds like a rivalry. • each brother thinking he’s the best ballplayer • you going grocery-shopping • two teams competing once a year • your best friend liking your shirt • praised/encouraging • If the situation I name would be a good time for encouraging praise, clap once. If it is not, do nothing. • almost scoring a goal • doing something naughty • falling while in a race • spelling all the words right T782-83

  26. Robust Vocabulary Tell me an antonym for these words. Remember that an antonym is a word with the opposite meaning. scolded laughed irritating crying friendship long discouraging • praised • sobbed • soothing • chuckling • rivalry • brief • encouraging T782-83

  27. DOL O . 9. older children should be kind to younger ones 10. will you help me with my homework W ? ^ T84

  28. Grammar: Possessive Nouns • Rules for singular and plural possessive nouns. • To make a singular possessive noun, add an apostrophe (‘) and the letter -s (‘s) at the end of a singular noun. • For plural nouns that end in s, add and apostrophe (‘) at the end of the plural noun to make a possessive noun. T84

  29. Grammar: Possessive Nouns • dog • dogs • baseball player • baseball players dog’s singular possessive dogs’ plural possessive baseball player’s singular possessive baseball players’ plural possessive T84

  30. Grammar: Possessive Nouns • Rewrite the sentences, correcting the possessive form by adding apostrophes where appropriate. • The frogs lives were in danger. • The dancers leg was broken. • Check your work! • frogs’ • dancer’s T94

  31. Writing: Paragraph That Compares • Paragraph That Compares • Tells how two or more things are alike • Has a topic sentence that tells what is being compared • Uses signal words such as both, alike, and same • Gives details of the things being compared. • Sums up the main idea at the end. T73