Big Question: How do we demonstrate trustworthiness? Author: Retold by Joe Hayes Genre: Folk Tale
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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • confidently • dismounted • distressed • flourish • fulfill • permission • repay • vigorously • compadre • gloated • heartsick • devoted • mercy • hope
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Generalize • Predict • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Emotion/Expression • Grammar: Troublesome Verbs • Spelling: Compound Words • Trust
Fluency Model Emotion/Expression
Fluency: Model Emotion/Expression • Listen as I read “Damon and Pythias.” • As I read, notice how I use tone of voice, volume, rate, and expression to portray the characters’ emotions. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate • Use the story of Damon and Pythias to make a generalization about friendship. • Use the story of Damon and Pythias to make a generalization about powerful leaders.
Concept Vocabulary • devoted– very loyal; faithful • mercy– kindly treatment; pity • hope– a feeling that one’s desires will happen
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Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about the differences between social classes? Upper Class Working Class
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio describes the roles of people who worked on a hacienda. After we listen, we will discuss what you learned from the audio.
More Words to Know • compadre– fellow countryman; close friend • gloated– thought about or gazed at with great satisfaction • heartsick – sick at heart; very depressed; very unhappy • (Next Slide)
the class made a fieldtrip to the farmers ranch • The class made a field trip to the farmer’s ranch. • thunder storms has damaged the crops that grow on farms • Thunderstorms have damaged the crops that grow on farms.
Troublesome Verbs • The two friends went on arguing good-naturedly, but little by little they began to raise their voices. • Raise is often confused with rise. Raise means “to lift.” Rise means “get up or move up.”
Troublesome Verbs • Some pairs of verbs are troublesome verbs because they look alike or have similar meanings.
Troublesome VerbsWhat is the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( )? • She sit at the table while I peeled the apples for the apple pie. (past) • sat • Juan had let the alarm clock buzz and gone back to sleep. (past participle) • let
Troublesome VerbsWhat is the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( )? • The ranch worker got a sunburn that raise blisters on his arms. (past) • raised • Don Ignacio lie in bed and worried about losing his ranch. (past) • lay
Troublesome VerbsWhat is the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( )? • The ranch had lend his bulldozer to his neighbor. (past participle) • lent
Troublesome VerbsUse context to help decide which verb is needed. • (Raise, Rise) above the temptation to tell a lie. • Rise • Juan Valdez (lends, borrows) baskets from us to collect his apple crop. • borrows
Troublesome VerbsUse context to help decide which verb is needed. • (Leave, Let) the ranchers decide if Juan is a good employee. • Let • (Leave, Let) the sweet apples in that basket. • Leave
Troublesome VerbsUse context to help decide which verb is needed. • At the end of the day, Juan (lays, lies) down to rest. • lies • He (sets, sits) his boots by the side of his bed. • sets
Troublesome VerbsUse context to help decide which verb is needed. • In the morning, he (rises, raises) and goes back to work. • rises
Today we will learn about: • Prefixes • Generalize • Predict • Cause and Effect • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: Troublesome Words • Spelling: Compound Words • Time for Social Studies: Spanish Exploration • Spanish Influence • Trust
Fluency Echo Reading
Fluency: Echo Reading • Turn to pages 352-354. • As I read the argument between don Arturo and don Ignacio, listen for the changes in my voice that are expressions of the emotions the characters feel. • We will practice as a class doing threeecho readings of these pages.
some one lied about eating the left overs in the refrigerator • Someone lied about eating the leftovers in the refrigerator. • the man used his cellphone to call their foreman • The man used his cell phone to call his foreman.
Troublesome Verbs • Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike. • Sit/set, lie/lay, and leave/let are examples of verbs that are often confused.
Troublesome Verbs • Look up troublesome verbs in the dictionary to check their meanings and make sure you are using the correct verb.
Today we will learn about: • Generalize • Predict • Cause and Effect • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Emotion/Expression • Grammar: Troublesome Verbs • Spelling: Compound • Time for Social Studies: The Hacienda • Trust