Big Question: How can we work together to achieve a goal? Author: Joan Sandin Genre: Historical Fiction
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Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Vocabulary • Spelling City: Spelling Words
Big Question: How can we work together to achieve a goal? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday
Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • bawling • coyote • dudes • roundup • spurs • mesquite • promoted • convince • energetic • offers
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Draw Conclusions • Prior Knowledge • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Emotion • Grammar: Regular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Irregular Plurals • Working Together
Fluency: Model Emotion • Listen as I read “A Big-City Dream.” • As I read, notice how I will express Luz’s emotions by changing my pacing and tone of voice. Reading with emotion makes dialogue more interesting. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Model Emotion • At the beginning of the story, how does Luz feel about her plan for creating a garden? • What kind of person is Luz? How do you know?
Concept Vocabulary • convince– to make someone feel sure; to persuade by argument or proof • energetic – full of energy; vigorous • offers– holds out to be taken; is willing if another approves
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Build Concept Vocabulary convince, energetic, offers Gathering a Team
Build BackgroundWhat do you know about life on a ranch? Life on a Ranch
Vocabulary Words • bawling– crying out in a noisy way • coyote– small, wolflike mammal living in many parts of North America • dudes – people raised in the city, especially easterners who vacation on a ranch
Vocabulary Words • roundup– the act of driving or bringing cattle together from long distances • spurs– metal points or pointed wheels, worn on a rider’s boot heels for urging a horse on
More Words to Know • mesquite– any of several trees or bushes common in southwestern United States and Mexico, which often grow in dense clumps or thickets • promoted– raised in rank, condition, or importance • (Next Slide)
Grammar Regular Plural Nouns
tornadoes sometimes sweep, through the western states • Tornadoes sometimes sweep through the western states. • they can blow. The rooves off houses • They can blow the roofs off houses.
Regular Plural Nouns • Many of the kids on the ranches rode ponies. • The underlined words are nouns, plural nouns. They name more than one person, place, or thing. • Some nouns form their plural by adding an -s, -es,or –ies.
Regular Plural Nouns • Singular nouns name one person, place, or thing. • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. • Add –s to form the plural of most nouns. • school/schools, dog/dogs, cow/cows
Regular Plural Nouns • Add –esto form the plural of nouns that end in ch, sh, s, ss, or x. • ranch/ranches, bush/bushes, bus/buses, cross/crosses, fox/foxes
Regular Plural Nouns • To form the plural of nouns that end in a consonant followed by a y, change the y to i and add –es. • family/families, party/parties, pony/ponies
Regular Plural NounsFind the plural noun in each sentence. • The students had a long bus ride to school. • students • They squeezed together like sardines in a can. • sardines
Regular Plural NounsFind the plural noun in each sentence. • Several families from the area rode the bus. • families • They lived on ranches and went to the same school. • ranches
Regular Plural NounsFind the plural noun in each sentence. • There were no big cities nearby. • cities
Regular Plural NounsWrite each singular noun as a plural. • chicken • chickens • story • stories • newspaper • newspapers
Regular Plural NounsWrite each singular noun as a plural. • box • boxes • baby • babies • recess • recesses
Regular Plural NounsWrite each singular noun as a plural. • teacher • teachers • dish • dishes • bench • benches
Today we will learn about: • Dictionary/Glossary • Draw Conclusions • Prior Knowledge • Setting • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Regular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Irregular Plurals • Social Studies: U.S. Expansion • Spanish Explorers • Working Together
Turn to pages 164 - 165. Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary
Turn to pages 166 - 175. Coyote School News
Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 172, paragraphs 2-3. • As I read, notice how my pitch and tone change to express Monchi’s feelings about Victor and Miss Byers. • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.
Grammar Regular Plural Nouns
we saw cows horsiessheeps chickens and pigs on the ranch • We saw cows, horses, sheep, chickens, and pigs on the ranch. • there were to many cowes two count • There were too many cows to count.
Regular Plural Nouns • A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. • Add –s to form the plural of most nouns. Add –esto form the plural of nouns ending in ch, sh, s, ss, or x. • When a noun ends in a consonant followed by y, form its plural by changing the y to i and adding –es.