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  1. Big Question: How did an adventure by two famous women break tradition? Title: Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride Author: Pam Munoz Ryan Genre: Historical Fiction

  2. Story Sort Vocabulary Words: • Arcade Games • Study Stack • Spelling City: Spelling Words • Spelling City: Vocabulary Review Games

  3. Small Group Timer

  4. Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

  5. telephone • biography • telescope • photograph • microwave • diameter • barometer • microscope • headphones • microphone • autograph • microchip • telegraph • perimeter • paragraph • phonics • symphony • saxophone • periscope • megaphone • stethoscope • xylophone • cacophony • microorganism • microbe

  6. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • aviator • brisk • cockpit • daring • elegant • outspoken • solo • escorting • miniatures • determined • independence • military Vocabulary Words

  7. Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday Big Question: How did an adventure by two famous women break tradition?

  8. Monday

  9. Build Concepts • Sequence • Story Structure • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tone of Voice • Grammar: Adverbs • Spelling: Greek Word Parts • Women at Work Today we will learn about:

  10. Monday Fluency: Model Tone of Voice

  11. Listen as I read “We Can Do It!” • As I read, notice how I use tone of voice to make the selection more lively and convey the author’s point of view. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish. Fluency: Tone of Voice

  12. When did U.S. companies begin hiring large groups of women to perform jobs men typically did? • What happened to women in the workplace after World War II ended? Fluency: Tone of Voice

  13. determined – firm; resolute • independence – the condition of not being influenced by others; thinking or acting for yourself • military – of or about armed forces or war • Next Slide Concept Vocabulary

  14. military

  15. Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

  16. Women at Work Build Concept Vocabulary: determined, independence, military

  17. SequenceStory Structure Turn to pages 560 - 561

  18. Prior KnowledgeWe will read about two famous American women, Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt. Tell what you know about these women.

  19. Vocabulary Words

  20. Predict a synonym for each word.

  21. aviator– person who flies an aircraft; pilot • brisk – keen; sharp • cockpit – place where the pilot sits in an airplane • daring – bold; fearless; courageous Vocabulary Words

  22. elegant – having or showing good taste; gracefully and richly refined; beautifully luxurious • outspoken – not reserved; frank • solo – without a partner, teacher, etc.; alone Vocabulary Words

  23. escorting – going with another to give protection, showing honor, providing companionship • miniatures – things represented on a small scale • Next slide More Words to Know

  24. aviator

  25. cockpit

  26. elegant

  27. miniatures

  28. Monday Grammar: Adverbs

  29. have you seen this photagraf of ameliaearhart at the controls of a airplane • Have you seen this photograph of Amelia Earhart at the controls of an airplane? • she is wearing goggles, and is smiling happy • She is wearing goggles and is smiling happily.

  30. Eleanor quickly slipped into the driver’s seat. • Quickly is an adverb. It adds information to the verb slipped by telling how Eleanor slipped into the driver’s seat. Adverbs

  31. An adverb is a word that tells how, when, or where something happens. • Adverbs tell about verbs. • An adverb can appear before or after a verb. • Many adverbs that tell how something is done end in –ly. Adverbs

  32. How: The plane’s engines started noisily. We eagerly ran to watch it take off. • When: Our flight leaves soon. We will return later. • Where: I looked around for you. Were you waiting outside? Adverbs

  33. Small planes often use this airport. • often • They taxi slowly along the runway. • slowly • They rise gracefully into the air. • gracefully AdverbsFind the adverb in each sentence.

  34. I go outside and watch the planes depart. • outside • I never tire of watching them. • never AdverbsFind the adverb in each sentence.

  35. Amelia Earhart bravely flew across the Atlantic Ocean. • how • Eleanor Roosevelt sometimes invited Amelia to the White House. • when AdverbsDoes the adverb in each sentence tell how, when, or where?

  36. Once they did a surprising thing. • when • Amelia and Eleanor suddenly decided to go flying. • how • They drove quickly to the airport. • how AdverbsDoes the adverb in each sentence tell how, when, or where?

  37. There they jumped into a plane. • where • They didn’t want to go anywhere. • where • They just wanted to fly swiftly through the night. • how AdverbsDoes the adverb in each sentence tell how, when, or where?

  38. Finally, they returned to the White House and ate dessert. • when • We read a story about this event yesterday. • when AdverbsDoes the adverb in each sentence tell how, when, or where?

  39. Monday Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

  40. telephone • biography • telescope • photograph • microwave • diameter • barometer • microscope • headphones • microphone • autograph • microchip • telegraph • perimeter • paragraph • phonics • symphony • saxophone • periscope • megaphone • stethoscope • xylophone • cacophony • microorganism • microbe

  41. Tuesday

  42. Context Clues • Sequence • Story Structure • Context Clues • Draw Conclusions • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Adverbs • Spelling: Greek Word Parts • Time for Social Studies: Eleanor Roosevelt • Women at Work Today we will learn about:

  43. Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar Words: Context Clues Turn to pages 562 - 563

  44. Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride Turn to pages 564 - 571

  45. Tuesday Fluency: Choral Reading

  46. Turn to page 569, paragraphs 1-5. • As I read, notice I use inflection to denote questions or excitement in the dialogue. • Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of the paragraphs. Fluency: Choral Reading

  47. Tuesday Grammar: Adverbs

  48. a friend of mine has eleanorrooseveltsaudograph • A friend of mine has Eleanor Roosevelt’s autograph. • wow. how much money is it worth • Wow! How much money is it worth?

  49. An adverb is a word that tells how, when, or where something happens. • Adverbs tell about verbs. • An adverb can appear before or after a verb. • Many adverbs that tell how something is done end in –ly. Adverbs

  50. Tuesday Spelling Words Greek Word Parts