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  1. Ice Cream Cones: A New Scoop Author: Dian Dincin Buchman & Seli Groves Illustrator: Barbara Bruno

  2. Word Knowledge cold cool dirty messy sad unhappy close shut finished Done large huge What do these words have in common?

  3. Word Knowledge 1: buy by their there they’re 2: hotter fewer biggest busiest 3: easy easily supply supplier 4: Mr. Menches thought he would buy one of them for his lunch. 5: This was going to be one of his busiest days. 6. He noticed how easily the Zalabia folded.

  4. Brainpop Movie: their, there, they’re

  5. Word Knowledge 1: buy by their there they’re

  6. Word Knowledge 2: hotter fewer biggest busiest

  7. Word Knowledge 3: easy easily supply supplier

  8. Word Knowledge 1: buy by their there they’re 2: hotter fewer biggest busiest 3: easy easily supply supplier 4: Mr. Menches thought he would buy one of them for his lunch. 5: This was going to be one of his busiest days. 6. He noticed how easily the Zalabia folded.

  9. Word Knowledge /oo/ Words food stool rooster goose broom caboose cartoon

  10. Word Knowledge:These word contain a long o sound. whole swallow know commotion grindstone

  11. The following are Compound Words: downhill = ___+ ___ barnyard = ___ + ___ afternoon = ___ + ___ pigpen = pig + pen seashell = ___ + _____ teapot = ____ + ____ doorbell = ___ + ____

  12. #1 Go through the orchard, root up the sod! Go down through the garden, dig up the radishes root up everything. Root has 3 possible meanings. Match each sentence with the correct definition below. #2 The cheerleaders root for the team. #3 The roots of the saguaro cactus are very long. -------------------------------------- A. To dig B. To support a team C. The part of the plant in the ground

  13. Slops has 2 possible meanings.Match each sentence with the correct definition below. #1 I’ll go and get a bucket of slops. #2 The baby slops her food across the room. A. verb- makes a mess B. noun- food for pigs

  14. Word Knowledge - Sentences The food smelled appetizing. Identify the word with the /oo/ sound. food Identify the root of smelled. smell Identify the root of appetizing. appetize

  15. Objective: • Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.

  16. Ice Cream Cones: A New ScoopVocabulary refreshments supplier waffles cone stand

  17. How can we figure out the meaning of a word? • apposition – the definition of a word is found between two commas. • prefix • base word (Show word structure posters) • suffix • context clues – help you figure out the meaning of a word, by using the other words in the sentence as clues. The porcelain doll my late great grandmother gave me is priceless.

  18. Context Clues • When you are reading a story and come across a word you do not know, use it’s context – the information, words, and sentences around the unfamiliar word – to find out its meaning. • Context clues help you figure out the meaning of a word!!!

  19. Notebook Files Movie Clip (Under Comprehension Strategies)

  20. refreshments • Definition: a small amount of food and/or drink • Root Word: refresh • Suffixes: -ment and -s • Synonym: food, drinks, snacks • Antonym: dinner, supper • Part of Speech: noun

  21. supplier • Definition: a person who makes items available. They supply or provide the items. • Base + Suffix: supply + -er • Part of Speech: noun

  22. waffles • Definition: a batter cake with a pattern on each side. • Synonym: pancake, crepe, flapjack, hotcake • Part of Speech: noun

  23. cone • Definition: a thin, crisp wafer made for holding scoops of ice cream. • Multiple Meaning Word: A cone is also a solid 3-D figure. • Part of Speech: noun

  24. stand • Definition: a location of a business • Multiple Meaning Word: to rise or to get up. • Synonym: counter, booth, cart • Part of Speech: noun or verb http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/stand

  25. Ice Cream Cones • Genre- Informational Article (Expository Text) • Point of View- Third Person • Author’s Purpose- Inform There is usually more than one way to solve a problem. Seeing a need may lead to the development of a new product or service. The informational article explains where the ice cream cone came from. Learn about its origin…

  26. Clues, Problems, Wonderings Let’s browse the informational article Ice Cream Cones: A New Scoop and look for clues about the story, problems you may have while reading the story, and wonderings you have about the story. This is a non-fiction story, so you may browse the entire story. We want to write our findings in note form.

  27. Big Ideas • There is usually more than one way to solve a problem. • Seeing a need may lead to the development of a new product or service.

  28. R/W Workbook Pages • Use Notebook Files • Use Websites

  29. Inquiry Journal • Use Icons of Depth and Complexity • Focus on Big Ideas

  30. Subject and Verb Agreement • The subject of a sentence is the word or words that refer to the person or thing that performs or receives the action of the verb. • The verb is the word that refers to the action. • In a sentence, the verb must agree with the subject. If the subject is singular, the verb also must be singular.

  31. Examples 1. Jamie and Brenda (run, runs) from base to base. 2. The children (enjoy, enjoys) a good baseball game. 3. Max and Joanna (need, needs) a book on baseball. 4. The baby (crawl, crawls) over the bat. 5. Jean and Amy (wear, wears) a baseball cap every day.

  32. Notebook Files – Choosing the Right One (Grammar Folder) Choosing the Right One (Parts of Speech Folder)

  33. Listening and Speaking • How to be a good listener… • How to be a good speaker… Brainpop Jr. Movie…

  34. Multiple-Meaning Words • Multiple-Meaning words are words that have more than one meaning or definition. Some words have different meanings in different sentences. • Examples: • park • change • coat • tag

  35. What are Contractions? • Contractions are usually 2 words that have been combined into a shorter word. • An apostrophe (‘) is used to take the place of the missing letter or letters. • Contractions can be quite informal. They are frequently used when speaking. • When using them in writing, think of who you are writing to.

  36. Match the words with it’s contraction… • she is • they would • we are • you have • could not • do not • it is • there is • was not • they’d • wasn’t • couldn’t • you’ve • she’s • there’s • we’re • don’t • it’s Use each contraction in a sentence.

  37. Brainpop and Brainpop Jr. - Contractions Notebook Files – Contractions Contraction Action

  38. Figurative Language • Figurative Language uses words to make comparisons of different things to create pictures. • Three kinds of figurative language are: • Similes: use like or as -Example: He was as quiet as a mouse. • Metaphors: don’t use like or as. -Example: He was a bear. • Personification: describes animals or things as if they were people. -Example: The goat said, “Wait for me!” ***Let’s practice figurative language…

  39. Onomatopoeia • Onomatopoeia are words that imitate the sound it represents. They are words that describe a sound. • Examples: • Oink • Swoosh • Ring Ring • Beep Beep • Tweet • Moo Keep a look out for onomatopoeia in stories we read. Onomatopoeia Sound Clip (Notebook File - Literary Elements)