Author: Margaret E. Slattery Genre: Play Big Question: How can a mistake turn into a success?
Review Games • Story Sort VocabularyWords: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Vocabulary • Spelling City: Spelling Words
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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • duke • dungeon • furiously • genius • majesty • noble • peasant • porridge • exiled • inferior • treasury • advertising • concentrate • secret
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Character and Setting • Monitor and Fix Up • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Stress/Emphasis • Grammar: Pronouns and Antecedents • Spelling: Final er, ar • Innovators
Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis • Listen as I read “Corn Flake Kings.” • As I read, notice how I stress important words for emphasis. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis • When and where was the first dry breakfast cereal made? • Based on details from the selection, what words would you use to describe the Kellogg brothers?
Concept Vocabulary • advertising– bringing to public notice by radio or TV announcements, published notices, posters, or other means • concentrate– pay close attention; focus the mind • secret– something kept from the knowledge of others
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Character and Setting, Monitor and Fix UpTurn to Page 440 - 441.
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores putting on a play. After we listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about the tasks involved in putting on a play.
Vocabulary Words • duke – nobleman of the highest title, ranking just below a prince • dungeon – a dark underground room or cell to hold prisoners • furiously – with unrestrained energy, speed, etc. • genius – person having very great natural power of mind
Vocabulary Words • majesty – title used in speaking to or of a king, queen, emperor, empress, etc. • noble – high or great by birth, rank, or title • peasant – farmer of the working class in Europe, Asia and Latin America
Vocabulary Words • porridge – food made of oatmeal or other grain boiled in water or milk until it thickens
More Words to Know • exiled – forced to leave your country or home, often by law as a punishment; banished • inferior – not very good; below most others; low in quality • treasury – money owned; funds • (NextSlide)
you and me can cook dinner togethar if we agree on an menu • You and I can cook dinner together if we can agree on a menu. • we can invite jose and she to help • We can invite Jose and her to help.
Pronouns and Antecedents • The King took the soup and threw it on the floor. • The pronounit refers to soup. Soup is the antecedent of it.
Pronouns and Antecedents • A pronoun takes the place of a noun or nouns. • An antecedent, or referent, is the noun or nouns to which the pronoun refers. A pronoun and its antecedent must agree in number and gender.
Pronouns and Antecedents • Before you use a pronoun, ask yourself whether the antecedent is singular or plural. If the antecedent is singular, decide whether it is masculine, feminine, or neuter. Then choose a pronoun that agrees.
Pronouns and Antecedents • In the following sentences, the antecedents are underlined once; the pronouns are underlined twice. • The maid was sitting at a table, where she was peeling potatoes. • The cook and the maid were amazed when they saw the King in the kitchen.
Pronouns and AntecedentsMatch the pronoun with the noun or noun phrase that could be its antecedent.it we he they she • two kitchen maids • they • dungeon • it • the Princess • she
Pronouns and AntecedentsMatch the pronoun with the noun or noun phrase that could be its antecedent.it we he they she • the peasant and I • we • the King • he
Pronouns and AntecedentsWhat is the correct pronoun to complete each sentence? • Cook spoke to the guard when (he, it) walked through her kitchen. • he • The King made Cook blindfold (her, him). • him
Pronouns and AntecedentsWhat is the correct pronoun to complete each sentence? • He had tried Cook’s soup and said (he, it) was awful. • it • Cook told him that (she, them) had worked hard to make the soup. • she
Pronouns and AntecedentsWhat is the correct pronoun to complete each sentence? • The Princess and the peasant said that (she, they) were in love. • they • The King called for Cook and sent (it, her) to cooking school. • her
Pronouns and AntecedentsWhat is the correct pronoun to complete each sentence? • When you and I read this play, (we, they) acted it out. • we
Today we will learn about: • Vocabulary Strategy Lesson: Dictionary/Glossary • Character and Setting • Monitor and Fix Up • Graphic Sources • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Pronouns and Antecedents • Spelling: Final er, ar • Innovators
Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 451, the last six speeches. • As I read, notice how I emphasize that’s in the first sentence, here in the Princess’s first speech, and very in the King’s reply. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this paragraph.
the egg cracked. When we put her in the boiling water • The egg cracked when we put it in the boiling water. • what a mess you has made in the kitchen • What a mess you have made in the kitchen!