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  1. My Rows and Piles of Coins How do we learn the value of money? • Author: • Tololwa M. Mollel • Illustrator: • E.B. Lewis • Genre: • Realistic Fiction

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Spelling Words • proud • shower • hour • amount • voyage • choice • avoid • thousand • prowl • employ • bounce • poison • annoy • appoint • broil • however • mountain • coward • turmoil • chowder

  4. More Words to Know Vocabulary • arranged • bundles • dangerously • errands • excitedly • steady • unwrapped • wobbled • astonishment • confident • scoffed • fragrance • lures • wares

  5. Big Question: How could working teach you about money? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Character and Setting • Story Structure • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing • Compound Sentences • Vowel Sounds in out and toy • Selling Food

  8. Monday Fluency: Model

  9. Fluency: Model Appropriate Phrasing • Listen as I read “Village Market.” • Notice how I use punctuation as a signal for pauses and expressing phrasing. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish. • Who are the characters in the poem? • How does the author describe the setting of the poem?

  10. Build Concept Vocabulary: fragrance, lures, wares Selling Food

  11. Character/SettingStory Structure Turn to page 116.

  12. Prior Knowledge:Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about as many things as you can about markets where you or your family shops.

  13. Vocabulary Words

  14. Vocabulary Words • arranged - put things in a certain order • bundles – things tied or wrapped together • dangerously – not safely • errands – short trips that you take to do something

  15. Vocabulary Words • excitedly – with strong, lively feelings • steady – firmly fixed • unwrapped – opened • wobbled – moved unsteadily from side to side; shook

  16. Other Vocabulary Words • astonishment – great surprise; sudden wonder; amazement • confident – firmly believing; certain; sure • scoffed – made fun of something to show you do not believe or respect it

  17. Other Vocabulary Words • fragrance – a sweet smell • lures – to attract someone or something by offering something desirable • wares – things for sale • Next slide

  18. bundles

  19. arranged

  20. unwrapped

  21. wobbled

  22. lures

  23. wares

  24. Monday Grammar:

  25. are you proud of your knew bike • Are you proud of your new bike? • we sold peachs and they sold beans • We sold peaches, and they sold beans.

  26. Grammar: Compound Sentences • I wanted to buy everything, but I clutched my coins tightly in my pocket. • The sentence is a compoundsentence. • Two simple sentences have been combined with a comma and the word but.

  27. Grammar: Compound Sentences • A simple sentence has one subject and one predicate. • A compound sentence contains two simple sentences joined by a comma and a word such as and, but, or or.

  28. Grammar: Compound Sentences • Simple Sentence: The boy helped his mother. • Simple Sentence: His mother bought him a bicycle. • Compound Sentence: The boy helped his mother, and his mother bought him a bicycle.

  29. Grammar: Compound Sentences • The two parts of a compound sentence have ideas that make sense together. • A comma goes after the first sentences before the word and, but, or or.

  30. Grammar: Compound SentencesTell if each sentence is a simple sentence or a compound sentence. • The family had a farm. • simple sentence • The boy planted beans, and his mom planted pumpkins. • compound sentence • The family ate bananas and spinach. • simple sentence

  31. Grammar: Compound SentencesTell if each sentence is a simple sentence or a compound sentence. • The spinach tasted good, but the bananas tasted better. • compound sentence • The boy picked the crops, and his father sold them. • compound sentence

  32. Grammar: Compound Sentences Add a comma where needed. • A wheelbarrow carries crops but it is hard to push. • A wheelbarrow carries crops, but it is hard to push. • You can pick peas or you can gather sweet potatoes. • You can pick peas, or you can gather sweet potatoes.

  33. Grammar: Compound Sentences Add a comma where needed. • It rains in spring and the crops grow quickly. • It rains in spring, and the crops grow quickly. • Coffee grows on trees and pumpkins grow on vines. • Coffee grows on trees, and pumpkins grow on vines.

  34. Grammar: Compound Sentences Add a comma where needed. • Farming is hard work but the family enjoys it. • Farming is hard work, but the family enjoys it.

  35. Monday Spelling:

  36. Spelling Words • proud • shower • hour • amount • voyage • choice • avoid • thousand • prowl • employ • bounce • poison • annoy • appoint • broil • however • mountain • coward • turmoil • chowder

  37. Tuesday

  38. Today we will learn about: • Vowel Diphthongs • Word Structure • Character and Setting • Story Structure • Realism and Fantasy • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Compound Sentences • Vowel Sounds in out and toy • Open-Air Markets

  39. Vocabulary Strategy for Prefixes and Suffixes Turn to page 118.

  40. My Rows and Piles of Coins Pages 120 - 127

  41. Tuesday Fluency:

  42. Fluency: Echo Reading • Turn to page 125. • As I read, notice how I pause at commas. • Now we will practice together doing three echo readings of page 125.

  43. Tuesday Grammar:

  44. he saved his money and it was a large amount • He saved his money, and it was a large amount. • the boys new bicycle costs alot • The boy’s new bicycle costs a lot.

  45. Grammar: Compound Sentences • A compound sentences contains two sentences joined by a comma and a word such as and, but, or or. • The two sentences that are joined make sense together.

  46. Tuesday Spelling:

  47. Spelling Words • proud • shower • hour • amount • voyage • choice • avoid • thousand • prowl • employ • bounce • poison • annoy • appoint • broil • however • mountain • coward • turmoil • chowder

  48. Wednesday

  49. Today we will learn about: • Character and Setting • Story Structure • Word Structure • Realism and Fantasy • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing • Compound Sentences • Vowel Sounds in out and toy • Geography/Cultures

  50. My Rows and Piles of Coins Pages 128 – 135