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By the Shores of Silver Lake. By: Allen Say Journeys Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams. Noting Details. On the Frontier with Mr. Audubon. Decoding Root Words tele & rupt. conductor. depot. jolting. lurching. platform. satchels. Key Journey Vocabulary .

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by the shores of silver lake

By the Shores of Silver Lake

By: Allen Say

Journeys

Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 1

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • conductor
    • A person in charge of a train
  • depot
    • A train or bus station
  • jolting
    • Moving in a jerky, bumpy way
  • lurching
    • Moving unsteadily from side to side
  • platform
    • A raised floor or surface
  • satchels
    • Small bags used for carrying small items
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By the Shores of Silver Lake

Detail Map

After reading each page, use a blank sheet of paper to add to a Detail Map describing informative, explanative, and emotional details from the selection.

At the end of the story analyze the details that you found and categorize them into two categories (waiting for the train, and riding on the train).

Make sure that you are including modifying words that describe how and why events in the story happened.

When finished go back and reread this week’s selection in order to improve reading fluency.

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By the Shores of Silver Lake

By: Allen Say

Journeys

Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 2

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • conductor
    • A person in charge of a train
  • depot
    • A train or bus station
  • jolting
    • Moving in a jerky, bumpy way
  • lurching
    • Moving unsteadily from side to side
  • platform
    • A raised floor or surface
  • satchels
    • Small bags used for carrying small items
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By the Shores of Summer Lake

With your partner, discuss questions 1-7 on page 128 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions.

What challenge did the main character face?

Where did the challenge take place?

Why was the journey important to the characters?

What do you think the main character learned from his experience?

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Comprehension Strategy: Noting Details

Using a Frame and Arrow Map, sequence what you think are the five most important events of the story.

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By the Shores of Silver Lake

By: Allen Say

Journeys

Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 3

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • conductor
    • A person in charge of a train
  • depot
    • A train or bus station
  • jolting
    • Moving in a jerky, bumpy way
  • lurching
    • Moving unsteadily from side to side
  • platform
    • A raised floor or surface
  • satchels
    • Small bags used for carrying small items
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Extreme Partner Reading

First Step: Read the story summary quietly to yourself. If you finish before time is up, read through it again.

Second Step: Now that you have read through the story summary, go through it again using hand gestures as you read. If you finish before time is up, read through it again with gestures.

Third Step: Turn to your partner and take turns reading the summary with lots of expression.

Fourth Step: With your partner, take turns reading with passage with lots of expression and gestures.

Last Step: Using your best expression, ask your partner three questions about what you have read. When you are asked, be sure to answer with intense expressions.

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By the Shores of Silver Lake

By: Allen Say

Journeys

Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 4

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • conductor
    • A person in charge of a train
  • depot
    • A train or bus station
  • jolting
    • Moving in a jerky, bumpy way
  • lurching
    • Moving unsteadily from side to side
  • platform
    • A raised floor or surface
  • satchels
    • Small bags used for carrying small items
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Finding Her Way

  • With your partner, read pages 130-133 from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 130. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner and write your answers in complete sentences on a piece of lined paper..

1. Courtney says that she is “just an ordinary person…”. Is that a fact or an opinion? Why?

3. How is Courtney’s spelling lesson different from and similar to her classmates?

4. Later, in “By the Shores of Silver Lake”, Mary Learns Braille. Based on the article, how do you think learning Braille will improve Mary’s life?

2. Point out evidence in the article that supports the following. Many blind people have highly developed senses of smell, hearing, and touch.

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By the Shores of Silver Lake

By: Allen Say

Journeys

Theme 1, Selection 4, Day 5

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Weekly Skills Test

  • Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper.
  • Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket.
  • Finish your Mountain Language.
  • Finish any other unfinished work.