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  1. What About Me?How would we get what we need without money? Title: What About Me? Author: Ed Young Genre: Fable

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Spelling Words pennies inches plants families bodies glasses wishes pockets lists copies parties bunches crashes supplies pencils accidents libraries mysteries carpenters merchants

  4. Vocabulary More Words to Know carpenter carpetmaker knowledge marketplace merchant plenty straying thread stunned wanderer barter exchange precious

  5. Big Question: When would hard work be the way to strike it rich? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  6. Monday

  7. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Sequence • Summarize • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Appropriate Pace/Rate • Subjects and Predicates • Plurals –s, -es • Getting What We Need

  8. Monday Fluency: Model

  9. Fluency: Model Appropriate Pace/Rate • Listen as I read “The Story of Money.” • Notice how I read at a steady rate that is neither too slow or too fast. • Reading too slowly may cause you to lose the thread of the story. • Reading too quickly may cause you to skip words and ideas. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish. • What happened soon after people learned how to give themselves a permanent supply of food? • What clue words does the author use to show sequence?

  10. Build Concept Vocabulary: barter, exchange, precious Getting What We Need

  11. Sequence Turn to page 42.

  12. Build Background:Compare “barter” and “money use.”

  13. Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

  14. Vocabulary Words • carpenter – someone whose work is building and repairing things made of wood • carpetmaker – a person who makes carpets and rugs for floors • knowledge – what you know • marketplace – a place where people meet to buy and sell things

  15. Vocabulary Words • merchant – someone who buys and sells goods for a living • plenty – a full supply • straying – wandering • thread – a thin string made of strands of cotton, silk, wool, or nylon, spun and twisted together

  16. Other Vocabulary Words • stunned – thoroughly shocked or confused • wanderer – someone who travels aimlessly from place to place • barter – to trade by exchanging one kind of goods for other goods without using money • exchange – to give something to someone in return for something else; trade • precious – having great value • (Next Slide)

  17. carpenter

  18. carpetmaker

  19. marketplace

  20. merchant

  21. thread

  22. Monday Grammar:

  23. what do peple need • What do people need? • the puppys needs a pen • The puppies need a pen.

  24. Grammar: Subjects and Predicates • The boy was stunned. • The subject of this sentence is The boy. • The predicate is was stunned.

  25. Grammar: Subjects and Predicates • A sentence has a subject and a predicate. • The subject is the sentence part that tells whom or what the sentence is about. • All the words in the subject are called the complete subject.

  26. Grammar: Subjects and Predicates • The predicate is the sentence part that tells what the subject is or does. • All words in the predicate are called the complete predicate.

  27. Grammar: Subjects and Predicates • In the following sentence, the complete subject is underlined once. • Most people learn something each day. • Now the complete predicate is underlined. • Most people learn something each day.

  28. Grammar: Subjects and PredicatesFind the complete subject of each sentence. • We find knowledge in many places. • We • The students in our class ask lots of questions. • The students in our class • The library has books about many subjects. • The library

  29. Grammar: Subjects and PredicatesFind the complete subject of each sentence. • Teachers help students with their lessons. • Teachers • Books about animals are my favorite. • Books about animals

  30. Grammar: Subjects and PredicatesFind the complete predicate of each sentence. • The class studied whales. • studied whales • The school librarian knows all about caves. • knows all about caves • James read about pirates. • read about pirates

  31. Grammar: Subjects and PredicatesFind the complete predicate of each sentence. • People learn about animals at the zoo. • learn about animals at the zoo • The garden has many kinds of trees. • has many kinds of trees

  32. Monday Spelling:

  33. Spelling Words pennies inches plants families bodies glasses wishes pockets lists copies parties bunches crashes supplies pencils accidents libraries mysteries carpenters merchants

  34. Tuesday

  35. Today we will learn about: • Plurals • Word Structure • Sequence • Summarize • Author’s Purpose • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Subjects and Predicates • Plurals –s, -es • Barter System

  36. Vocabulary Strategy for Compound Words Turn to page 44.

  37. What About Me? Pages 46 – 53

  38. Tuesday Fluency:

  39. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 49. • As I read, notice the rate I’m reading—not too fast and not too slow. • Now we will practice together doing three choral readings of page 49.

  40. Tuesday Grammar:

  41. the carpets is beautifull • The carpets are beautiful. • the woman needs supplys for the carpet • The woman needs supplies for the carpet.

  42. Grammar: Subjects and Predicates • The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about. • The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.

  43. Tuesday Spelling:

  44. Spelling Words pennies inches plants families bodies glasses wishes pockets lists copies parties bunches crashes supplies pencils accidents libraries mysteries carpenters merchants

  45. Wednesday

  46. Today we will learn about: • Sequence • Summarize • Word Structure • Develop Vocabulary • Fluency: Appropriate Pace/Rate • Subjects and Predicates • Plurals –s, -es • Natural Resources

  47. What About Me? Pages 54 - 61

  48. Wednesday Fluency:

  49. Fluency: Punctuation and Pace • Turn to page 50. • As I read, notice how I pause at punctuation and read at a good pace—not too fast and not too slow. • Now we will practice together doing three echo readings of page 50.

  50. Wednesday Grammar: