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  1. Lesson 13 Day 1

  2. Question of the DayWhere do you go to enjoy nature? When I want to enjoy nature, I go to ________ so I can _______. T272

  3. Plant It Small, Grow It Tall When they got to the meadow, Jerome and Felicity put down their tote bag. Jerome pulled out a small shovel. Felicity pulled out a small plant in a pot. “Where shall we plant the little peach tree?” she asked Jerome. “Let’s put it over here in the sun,” she answered. They dug a hole and carefully removed the little tree from it’s pot. They set the seedling carefully in the hole and filled the hole with dirt. Then, they watered it from a water bottle they had brought along. “In a few years, we’ll be able to sit in its shade,” Felicity said. “And maybe make our own peach jam!” Jerome replied. For now, they were happy to take a break sitting next to their new tree. T273

  4. Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge charge trace center legend circle margin page lodge force badge • What letter follows the c or g in the words above? • What sound does the c, g, or dge stand for? • Remember when c is followed by e or i, it usually stands for the soft sound, /s/. • Remember when g is followed by e or i, it usually stands for the soft sound, /j/. • The letters dge also stand for /j/. T274

  5. Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge Use the following words below to complete each sentence. ice age rice edge stage giant range judge • You are a ______ compared to a newborn baby. • ________ and beans can make a good meal. • I like to drink water with ________ in it. • Do not stand so close to the ________ of the cliff! • The grades _________from A to C. • I first went to school at the __________ of five. • Jose’ enjoys performing on _________. • The __________ made the driver pay a fine. T275

  6. Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge Use the following words below to complete each sentence. ledge police recent bridge office strange central • Ms. Harrison works in the principal’s ______. • I visited my cousin on my most _________ vacation. • The bird sat on a narrow ________ outside my window. • Last night I heard a ________ noise. • The zoo is in the _______ part of town. • The ________ were directing traffic. • They are building a new ________ across the river. T275

  7. Let’s get ready to read! • Listen and follow along as I read aloud the main text from pages 372-375. • Remember that “A Tree is Growing” is a nonfiction story with one or two paragraphs per page. Look for words that can be emphasized. • In groups take turns reading “A Tree is Growing”. Remember to read aloud using intonation and expression. T276

  8. Author’s Purpose(Comprehension) • Why would an author write a story? to inform, to entertain, to persuade Listen as I reread “The Money Tree” starting on page 48. Remember to use prior knowledge and to set a purpose for listening. T277

  9. Comprehension Questions • How does Miss McGillicuddy solve the problem of the money tree? She chops it down • Why do you think the author never refers to the “leaves” as money? To show the reader how Miss McGillicuddy thinks. T277

  10. Building Robust Vocabulary Draw the graph below on your own sheet of paper and make sure to put the vocabulary word scavenger in the middle. Next, name different animals that are scavengers. Fill in the graph my listing times when you have been mistaken about something. An example has been provided below. T278

  11. Building Robust Vocabulary • Would a towel absorb salt particles? • Do you think you would be fortunate to be completely self-sufficient? Why or why not? • When would a rustling noise be bothersome? • Explain why you might pause while playing a game that involves dodging a ball. • Which would be more difficult – heaving a large box or tugging it across the room? Explain. • If columns were being built in front of your school, would there be a din outside? Explain. • What features of a car help protect drivers and other people? • How is deciphering a code like translating a language? T279

  12. Grammar Subject and Object Pronouns • A subject pronoun takes the place of the subject of a sentence. • Subject pronouns include I, you, he, she, it we, and they. • An object pronoun takes the place of a noun that receives an action. • Object pronouns include me, you, him, her, it, us, and them. T280

  13. Grammar Subject and Object Pronouns The children gave the peach tree to Sally. • Lets look at the three nouns in the sentence. Remember that they all can be replaced with a pronoun. • Children can be changed to They. • You can also replace the peach tree and Sally with the words it and her. • Your new sentence would say They gave it to her. On your own sheet of paper, write at least three sentences that each contain two nouns. Once you have created your sentences, replace each noun with a pronoun by placing it above the word. T280

  14. Checking our Writing • Make sure that all of your sentences begin with a capital letter and ends with an appropriate end mark. • Check to make sure you have used pronouns correctly. • If you need to make changes, remember to use editors’ marks. • Make your final checks and make sure you have included all necessary details in the write order. • Finally, take out, or delete, unnecessary ideas or information. Share your final drafts with a classmate. T281