Thunder Rose. Day 3. Concept Talk. How can nature challenge us?. Anchored Talk. What do you think Thunder Rose would do if she saw someone holding on to a precipice? Why do you think that?
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Thunder Rose Day 3
Concept Talk How can nature challenge us?
Anchored Talk • What do you think Thunder Rose would do if she saw someone holding on to a precipice? Why do you think that? • Thunder Rose is very strong, so she probably has great stamina. Name some people who would need good stamina to get their work done.
Amazing Words • Agriculture- another word for farming • Agriculture is an important industry in the Midwest. • Disaster- a sudden event that causes great damage or suffering • Yesterday we learned that it would be a disaster if a tornado hit a small town.
Vocabulary • Veins- tubes inside the body that carry blood • I learned about veins in my science class.
Vocabulary • lullaby- a bedtime song • My mother used to sing me a lullaby. • Pitch- tar, very black • They used pitch to fix the road.
Vocabulary • daintily-in a delicate way • She daintily picked her way through the field. • Devastation- destruction • There was no place to live because there was so much devastation.
Vocabulary • Constructed- built • They constructed the treehouse from wood scraps. • Branded- a way of marking something • The cow was branded on his hind quarter.
Vocabulary • Resourceful- being very capable or handy • They didn’t need to hire a carpenter, their dad was very resourceful. • Thieving- stealing or robbing • He has a history of thieving.
Word Analysis • The root “port” means to carry: Portable Import • The root figure means visible form: • Figure • figurine
Subject and Predicate • every complete sentence has a subject and a predicate • A complete subject tells what or whom the sentence is about • A complete predicate tells what the subject is or does • A fragment is a group of words that lacks a subject or predicate • A predicate nominative renames the subject
Let’s get our books • 1-5 • 6-10 • 11-15 • 16-20 • 21-25 • 26-30 • 31-32