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Title: The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon Author: Bea Uusma Schyffert Genre: Narrative Nonfiction PowerPoint Presentation
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Title: The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon Author: Bea Uusma Schyffert Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

Title: The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon Author: Bea Uusma Schyffert Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

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  1. Big Question: How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? Title: The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon Author: Bea UusmaSchyffert Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

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

  3. Small Group Timer

  4. Spelling Words Words with Silent Consonants

  5. island column knee often known castle thumb half calf whistle autumn knuckles numb Illinois rhyme climber limb plumbing ghost clothes raspberry symptom Wyoming salmon cologne

  6. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • astronauts • capsule • hatch • horizon • lunar • module • quarantine • impact • sphere • transmission • feeble • missions • muscles • nauseous

  7. Big Question: How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  8. Monday

  9. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Graphic Sources • Monitor and Fix Up • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate • Grammar: Titles • Spelling: Words with Silent Consonants • Space Exploration

  10. Tempo and Rate Fluency

  11. Fluency: Rate and Tempo • Listen as I read “Life Without Gravity.” • As I read, notice how I adjust my tempo to reflect the difficulty of the text, reading paragraphs with challenging scientific terms and ideas more slowly. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  12. Fluency: Rate and Tempo • How does the lack of gravity in space affect a person’s bones and muscles? • Why do astronauts often become nauseous during their first week in space?

  13. Concept Vocabulary • feeble– lacking strength; weak • missions – scientific expeditions • muscles – body tissues composed of fibers. The fibers can tighten or loosen to move parts of the body. • nauseous – feeling sick, as if you’re about to vomit • Next Slide

  14. muscles

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

  16. Build Concept Vocabulary: feeble, missions, nauseous, muscles Space Exploration

  17. Graphic SourcesMonitor & Fix Up Turn to pages 738 – 739.

  18. Prior KnowledgeThink about what you know about the moon and Earth Both Moon Earth

  19. VocabularyWords

  20. Vocabulary Words • astronauts– pilots or members of the crew of a spacecraft • capsule– the enclosed front section of a rocket made to carry instruments, astronauts, etc., into space. In flight, the capsule can separate from the rest of the rocket and go into orbit or be directed back to Earth.

  21. Vocabulary Words • hatch– a trapdoor covering an opening in an aircraft’s or ship’s deck • horizon– line where the Earth and sky seem to meet; skyline. You cannot see beyond the horizon. • lunar – of, like, or about the moon

  22. Vocabulary Words • module – self-contained unit or system within a larger system, often designed for a particular function. • quarantine – detention, isolation, and other measures taken to prevent the spread of an infectious disease

  23. More Words to Know • impact – action of striking one thing against another; collision • sphere – ball or globe. The sun, the moon, Earth, and stars are sphere. • transmission – passage of electronic waves from a transmitter to a receiver • Next slide

  24. astronaut

  25. capsule

  26. hatch

  27. horizon

  28. lunar

  29. module

  30. impact

  31. sphere

  32. Grammar Titles

  33. the moon looked like an silver goast • The moon looked like a silver ghost. • its hard to believe that peopel landed their 40 years ago • It’s hard to believe that people landed there 40 years ago.

  34. Titles • The Moon Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon • The first and all important words in titles are capitalized. • Titles of books, magazines, newspapers, and musicalcompositions are either underlined or put in italics.

  35. Titles • In your writing, underline the titles of books, magazines, and newspapers. When these titles appear in printed materials, they are set in italic type. • Handwritten: Washington Post, National Geographic, Charlotte’s Web • Printed: Washington Post, National Geographic, Charlotte’s Web

  36. Titles • Put quotation marks around the titles of stories, poems, and songs. • We sang “Happy Birthday,” and Mr. Collins recited “Casey at the Bat.”

  37. Titles • Capitalize the first word, the last word, and other importantwords in titles. • Capitalize all forms of the verb be.

  38. Titles • Do not capitalize the following short words unless they begin or end a title: the articles a, an, and the; the conjunctions and, but, and or; and prepositions with fewer than five letters, such as to, for, in, of, on, at, or with.

  39. Titles • How to Be a Star at Baseball and Softball • “The Man on the Moon”

  40. TitlesCorrect the title in each sentence. • My favorite book is first man on the moon. • My favorite book is First Man on the Moon. • footprints in the sand is a poem about the moon. • “Footprints in the Sand” is a poem about the moon.

  41. TitlesCorrect the title in each sentence. • The boston globe has a kids’ science page each week. • The Boston Globe has a kids’ science page each week. • One of the stories is called lost in space • One of the stories is called “Lost in Space.”

  42. TitlesCorrect the title in each sentence. • There’s a song called fly me to the moon. • There’s a song called “Fly Me to the Moon.”

  43. TitlesCorrect each title. • the exploration of the universe • The Exploration of the Universe • take me to your leader • “Take Me to Your Leader” • the hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

  44. Spelling Words Words with Silent Consonants

  45. island column knee often known castle thumb half calf whistle autumn knuckles numb Illinois rhyme climber limb plumbing ghost clothes raspberry symptom Wyoming salmon cologne

  46. Tuesday

  47. Today we will learn about: • Context Clues • Graphic Sources • Monitor and Fix Up • Fact/Opinion • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: Titles • Spelling: Words with Silent Consonants • Time for Science: Gravity, Orbit • Space Exploration

  48. Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues Turn to pages 740 – 741.

  49. The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon Turn to pages 742 - 751.

  50. Echo Reading Fluency