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  1. Big Question: How does Yosemite reflect the unique qualities of the West? Author: Lisa Halvorsen Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

  2. Small Group Timer

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

  4. Spelling WordsLong u

  5. usual huge flute mood smooth threw afternoon scooter juice cruise truth bruise cruel excuse pupil groove confuse humor duty curfew influence aluminum nutrition accumulate igloo

  6. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Big Question: How does Yosemite reflect the unique qualities of the West?

  7. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know • glacier • impressive • naturalist • preserve • slopes • species • wilderness • altitudes • formations • reservoir • earthquake • eruptions • volcano Vocabulary Words

  8. Monday

  9. Build Concepts Main Idea Graphic Organizers Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Phrasing Grammar: Clauses and Complex Sentences Spelling: Long u The West Today we will learn about:

  10. FluencyModel Phrasing

  11. Listen as I read “The Volcano Wakes.” As I read, notice how I group words in a meaningful way. I will use phrasing to keep related words grouped together. Phrasing makes sentences easier to understand. Be ready to answer questions after I finish. Fluency: Model Phrasing

  12. What is the main idea of the selection? How was Mount St. Helens formed? Fluency: Model Phrasing

  13. earthquake– a shaking of Earth’s surface caused by the sudden breaking of masses of rock along a fault eruptions– processes of throwing forth volcano– opening in earth’s crust through which steam, ashes, and lava are forced out in periods of activity Next Slide Concept Vocabulary

  14. earthquake

  15. eruptions

  16. volcano

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

  18. Build Concept Vocabulary earthquake, eruptions, volcano The West

  19. Main Idea & Details,Graphic OrganizersTurn to page 112 - 113.

  20. Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about interesting natural sights in the West?

  21. Vocabulary Words

  22. glacier– great mass of ice that moves very slowly down a mountain or along a valley or a land area impressive– able to impress the mind, feelings, conscience naturalist – person who studies living things Vocabulary Words

  23. preserve– to keep from harm or change; protect slopes– land that goes up or down at an angle species – related living things that share certain characteristics wilderness – wild region with few or no people living in it Vocabulary Words

  24. altitudes– heights above Earth’s surface formations– things that are formed reservoir – a place where water is collected and stored for use (Next Slide) More Words to Know

  25. glacier

  26. slopes

  27. wilderness

  28. formations

  29. reservoir

  30. Grammar • Clauses & Complex Sentences

  31. as we approached the water fall. We slipped on the smoothe rocks As we approached the waterfall, we slipped on the smooth rocks. what a amazing waterfall this is What an amazing waterfall that is!

  32. As our plane touched down,I grew very excited. This is a complex sentence. It is made up of two clauses, an independent clause (underlined twice) and a dependent clause (underlined once.) Clauses & Complex Sentences

  33. The independent clause can stand alone as a sentence; the dependent clause cannot; it is a sentence fragment. Clauses & Complex Sentences

  34. A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb. A dependent clause begins with a word such as because or when. It cannot stand alone as a sentence. An independent clause can stand alone. Clauses & Complex Sentences

  35. Dependent Clause: when we first saw Yosemite. Independent Clause: It was a beautiful fall day. A sentence made up of a dependent clause and an independent clause is a complex sentence. Clauses & Complex Sentences

  36. Complex Sentences: When we first saw Yosemite, it was a beautiful fall day. It was a beautiful day when we first saw Yosemite. Clauses & Complex Sentences

  37. Other words that often introduce a dependent clause are since, although, if, until, unless, as, after, and before. When a dependent clause comes first in a complex sentence, it is followed by a comma. Clauses & Complex Sentences

  38. When we arrived at the campground, the rain had stopped. dependent clause After we ate our supper, we went for a hike. independent clause Clauses & Complex SentencesIs the underlined group of words a dependent clause or an independent clause?

  39. We hiked until the sun set. dependent clause I would run if I saw a bear. independent clause Before we went to bed, we lit a campfire. dependent clause Clauses & Complex SentencesIs the underlined group of words a dependent clause or an independent clause?

  40. Although we started late, we hiked fifteen miles. (dependent) Although we started late We were pitching our tent when we saw the bear. (dependent) when we saw the bear Clauses & Complex SentencesFind the clause that is named in ( ).

  41. As we slowly moved away, the bear looked up. (independent) the bear looked up Clauses & Complex SentencesFind the clause that is named in ( ).

  42. Spelling WordsLong u

  43. usual huge flute mood smooth threw afternoon scooter juice cruise truth bruise cruel excuse pupil groove confuse humor duty curfew influence aluminum nutrition accumulate igloo

  44. Tuesday

  45. Word Structure Main Idea Graphic Organizers Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Clauses and Complex Sentences Spelling: Long u Science: Sierra Nevada Science: Types of Rocks The West Today we will learn about:

  46. Turn to pages 114 - 115. Vocabulary Strategy: Suffixes

  47. Turn to pages 116- 123. Letters Home from Yosemite

  48. FluencyEcho Reading

  49. Turn to page 120, the last paragraph. As I read, notice how I group words in phrases and pause briefly after clauses and punctuation marks. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this paragraph. Fluency: Echo Reading

  50. Grammar • Clauses & Complex Sentences