stern Monday Question of the Day What is it like to live life at sea? Today we will learn about:
Build Concepts Authors Purpose Predict Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Pauses Grammar: Adjective and Articles Spelling: Multisyllabic Words The Sea
Fluency Pauses Fluency: Pauses Listen as I read The Sea. As I read, notice how I pause after phrases and complete thoughts and between stanzas to help listeners understand the poems rhythm and
meaning. Be ready to answer questions Fluency: Pauses What is the authors purpose for writing this poem? What details from the poem help you visualize what the sea looks, sounds, and feels
like? Concept Vocabulary blasts strong, sudden gusts of wind or air tempest a violent windstorm or a violent disturbance tide rise and fall of the ocean about every twelve hours, caused by the gravitational pull
of the moon and sun (Next Slide) Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.) Build Concept Vocabulary
blasts, tempest, tide Danger s The Sea Movement s Authors
Purpose, Predict Turn to Page 516 517. Prior Knowledge What do you know about sailing ships? How How Ships Ships Are Are
Sailed Sailed Life Life on on aa Ship Ship Sailing
Ships Parts Parts of of aa Ship Ship Prior Knowledge This weeks audio explores
life at sea and traveling the world. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about sea travel. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words
bow the forward part of a ship, boat, or aircraft cargo load of goods carried by a ship, plane, or truck celestial of the sky or outer space conducted directed; managed dignified having dignity; noble; Vocabulary Words
navigation skill or process of finding a ships or aircrafts position and course quivered shook; shivered; trembled stern the rear part of a ship or boat More Words to Know nautical of or about ships,
sailors, or navigation plush luxurious; expensive; stylish (Next Slide) Grammar Adjectives and Articles
albert unhapily attended school on board the john ena Albert unhappily attended school on board the John Ena. sometimes hed hide from him teacher Sometimes hed hide from his teacher. Adjectives and Articles
The four children lived on a big ship. The words four and big are adjectives, which are used to describe nouns or pronouns. The words The and a are a special type of adjectives called Adjectives and Articles Proper adjectives, which are
formed from the names of people, places, or things, such as Swiss cheese and Boston terrier, are capitalized. Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. An adjective usually comes before the word it describes, but it can also
follow the noun or pronoun. Many adjectives answer the question What kind? They describe color, shape, size, sound, taste, touch, or smell. Adjectives and Articles Other adjectives answer the question How many? or Which one? What Kind? The ship made a
wonderful home. The ship was cozy. How Many? The John Ena had four masts. Which One? This room is where we Adjectives and Articles A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. A and an are used only with singular nouns.
Use a before words that begin with a consonant sound. Use an before words that begin with a vowel sound or a silent h. The is used with both singular and plural nouns. Adjectives and Articles I had an egg and a slice of toast for breakfast. The hen laid the eggs.
Proper adjectives are formed from proper nouns. Proper Nouns: America, Germany, China Proper Adjectives: American, German, Chinese Adjectives and Articles Underline each adjective once and each article twice.
The family lived on a big ship. The family lived on a big ship. This ship was called the John Ena. This ship was called the John Ena. They kept chickens and a noisy rooster. They kept chickens and a noisy rooster. Adjectives and Articles
Underline each adjective once and each article twice. The John Ena sailed to many parts of the world. The John Ena sailed to many parts of the world. It was an interesting place to grow up. It was an interesting place to grow up.
Adjectives and Articles Decide what kind of question each underlined adjective answers. Once we got caught in a terrible storm. What kind? The storm lasted for five days. How many? That experience frightened us all.
Which one? Spelling Words Multisyllabic Words reaction prerecorded incorrectly incredibly
understatement outlandish inflammable Tuesday Question of the Day What would you like about life at sea? What
would you miss? Today we will learn about: Context Clues Authors Purpose Predict Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Multisyllabic Words
Science: Saltwater The Ocean Ecosystem The Sea Vocabulary Strategy: Homonyms and Homographs Turn to Page 518 - 519.
Sailing Home Turn to Page 520 - 527. Fluency Choral Reading Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 525, paragraphs 1-3. As I read, notice the
punctuation cues I use to determine logical breaks. We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of these paragraphs. Grammar Adjectives and Articles a incredebly powerful storm
battered the john ena one christmas An incredibly powerful storm battered the John Ena one Christmas. the childrens watched the terrible storm The children watched the terrible storm. Adjectives and Articles
An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives answer the questions What kind? How many? or Which one? A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. Spelling Words
Multisyllabic Words reaction prerecorded incorrectly incredibly disobedient disagreeable refreshment unbreakable
Wednesday Question of the Day How is a ship like and unlike other types of homes? Today we will learn about:
Authors Purpose Predict Sequence Vocabulary Fluency: Pause Grammar: Adjectives and
Articles Spelling: Multisyllabic Words Science: Oceans and Weather The Sea
Sailing Home Turn to Page 528 - 534. Fluency Pauses Fluency: Pauses Turn to page 527, last paragraph. As I read, notice where I pause
and how reading without pauses could change meaning or make the story harder to understand. Now we will practice together Grammar Adjectives and Articles what a battering the john ena
tooked during the storm What a battering the John Ena took during the storm! at one point the ship lay on its side like an dead fish At one point the ship lay on its side like a dead fish. Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that
describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives answer the questions What kind? How many? or Which one? A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. Adjectives and Articles Adjectives often include important information.
The sentence Get minutes of exercise every day is far less helpful than the same sentence with an adjective added. Get thirty minutes of exercise every day. Spelling Words Multisyllabic Words
Question of the Day What would you pack for a solo voyage by sea? Today we will learn about: Narrative Nonfiction/Text Features Reading Across Texts
Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Multisyllabic Words Sharing a Dream Turn to Page 536 - 537. Fluency
Partner Reading Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 527, last paragraph. Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Be sure to pause at logical breaks in the text and offer each other feedback.
Grammar Adjectives and Articles the family kept ducks but i dont know if they kept gooses The family kept ducks, but I dont know if they kept geese. when they wanted a egg, they taked one from a hens nest
When they wanted an egg, they took one from a hens nest. Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives answer the questions What kind? How many? or Which one? A, an, and the are special
adjectives called articles. Adjectives and Articles Test Tip: An adjective that describes a noun usually comes before the noun. However, the adjective may also follow the noun and a linking verb. Even so, the adjectives still describes the
noun. Adjectives and Articles Before: The happy children loved stormy weather. After: The children were happy when the weather was stormy. (Happy describes children, stormy describes weather.)
Spelling Words Multisyllabic Words reaction prerecorded incorrectly incredibly disobedient disagreeable
inflammable Friday Question of the Day What is it like to live life at sea? Today we will learn about:
Build Concept Vocabulary Authors Purpose Authors Viewpoint Context Clues Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Multisyllabic Words Parts of a Book The Sea Authors Purpose
An author might have more than one reason for writing. Four common reasons are to persuade, to inform, to express ideas or feelings, and to entertain. How you read can depend on what youre reading. For example, you might read a
Authors Viewpoint The authors viewpoint is the way an author looks at a subject he or she is writing about. It is the authors attitude toward the subject. You can sometimes determine the authors viewpoint by thinking about the words the author uses. Look for an authors viewpoint on setting or characters as you read a
story. Homonyms and Homographs Homographs are words with the same spelling but different meanings and pronunciations. Homonyms are words spelled and pronounced the same but with different meanings and origins. When a familiar word does not
seem to make sense in context, it may be a homograph or homonym. Homonyms and Homographs Read the phrases listed in the first column and then restate it in your own words. You can look up pronunciations or unknown words in a dictionary, if needed.
Homonyms and Homographs Word in Context 1. bandage the wound 2. wound the clock last night 1. a long row of beans 2. a noisy, angry row 3. row the boat
1. sliding on cardboard boxes 2. the fighter boxes in a ring Restatements Parts of a Book A book has many parts. A title page shows the title, author, and publisher.
A copyright page tells the year a book was published. A table of contents lists chapter titles or section headings and page numbers for them. Parts of a Book A bibliography lists sources the author used to research or write a book.
An appendix is an addition near the end of a book that gives more information, such as a graph, chart, list, or table. Parts of a Book A glossary gives definitions of important words in the book. An index lists a books topics in alphabetical order and shows
page numbers where information related to each topic can be found. Parts of a Book Captions tell more about a books graphic sources. Footnotes appear at the bottom of pages. They give more information about words or
ideas in the book. Grammar Adjectives and Articles their lifes were exciting But sometimes dangerous Their lives were exciting but sometimes dangerous. id like to live on a sailing ship.
it would be a lot of fun Id like to live on a sailing ship. It would be a lot of fun. Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives answer the questions What kind? How many? or Which one?
A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. Spelling Words Multisyllabic Words reaction prerecorded incorrectly
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