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  1. Big Question: Why is it important to know about the universe? Author: Seymour Simon Genre: Expository Nonfiction

  2. Small Group Timer

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

  4. Spelling WordsMultisyllabic Words

  5. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Big Question: Why is it important to know about the universe?

  6. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • astronomers • collapse • collide • compact • galaxy • particles • cosmic • optimistic • outbursts • celestial • constellations • orb

  7. Monday

  8. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Main Idea • Monitor and Fix Up • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate • Grammar: Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Multisyllabic Words • Outer Space

  9. FluencyModel Tone of Voice

  10. Fluency: Model Tempo & Rate • Listen as I read “The Five Wanderers’ of the Ancient Skies.” • As I read, notice that I will read at a fairly slow, deliberate rate because the selection is informative text that contains many ideas for readers to process and connect. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  11. Fluency: Model Tempo & Rate • Who are the five “wanderers” of the ancient skies? • Why do you think our ancient ancestors were so interested in studying the universe?

  12. Concept Vocabulary • celestial– of the sky or outer space • constellations – a group of stars that forms a pattern • orb – sphere • (Next Slide)

  13. constellations

  14. orb

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

  16. Build Concept Vocabulary celestial, constellations, orb Outer Space

  17. Main Ideas & Details, Monitor & Fix Up Turn to page 146 - 147.

  18. Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about outer space? Outer Space

  19. Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores a planetarium. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out about the planetarium as well as the universe around us.

  20. Vocabulary Words

  21. Vocabulary Words • astronomers– experts in the science that deals with the Sun, Moon, planets, stars, and galaxies • collapse – to cave in • collide – to strike violently together • compact – firmly packed together

  22. Vocabulary Words • galaxy – a group of billions of stars forming one system • particles –extremely small units of matter

  23. More Words to Know • cosmic – having to do with the whole universe • optimistic – hoping for the best • outbursts – acts of bursting forth • (Next Slide)

  24. astronomers

  25. collapse

  26. collide

  27. compact

  28. galaxy

  29. GrammarRegular and Irregular Plural Nouns

  30. claire thought the martian costume look rediculous • Clair thought the Martian costume looked ridiculous. • have you ever heard of monkies in space • Have you ever heard of monkeys in space?

  31. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • With a high-powered telescope, scientists discovered fifteen hundred galaxies in different stages of their lives. • Scientists and galaxies are regular plural nouns. They are formed by adding –s or –iesto the singular noun. Lives is an irregular plural noun. It changes spelling.

  32. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. • Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. • picture/pictures, wing/wings, pattern/patterns, day/days

  33. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Add –esto nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z, s, and ss. • bunch/bunches, wish/wishes, box/boxes, class/classes • If a noun ends in a consonant and y, change y to iand add –es. • berry/berries, spy/spies

  34. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Some nouns have irregular plural forms. They change spelling. • mouse/mice, goose/geese, child/children, woman/women • For most nouns that end in f or fe, change f to v and add –es. • leaf/leaves, knife/knives, calf/calves, wife/wives

  35. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Some nouns have the same singular and plural forms. • sheep, deer, moose, headquarters, series • For compound nouns, make only the important word plural. • fathers-in-law, secretaries of state

  36. Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • When a noun ends in a vowel and o, add –s. • video/videos, radio/radios • Check a dictionary for plurals of nouns ending in a consonant and o: • photo/photos, potato/potatoes, tomato/tomatoes, hero/heroes

  37. Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the noun in parentheses? • How many _____ (galaxy) are there in the universe? • galaxies • Micah took two ____ (photo) of the eclipse. • photos

  38. Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the noun in parentheses? • Both of my ____ (brother-in-law) are stargazers. • brothers-in-law • People sat on their ____ (porch) to see the comet. • porches

  39. Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the noun in parentheses? • How many ____ (child) are in your young scientists’ club? • children • We raked ____ (leaf) until the sun set. • leaves

  40. Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the noun in parentheses? • Our teacher used ____ (tomato) to represent planets. • tomatoes • We watched two video ____ (series) about asteroids. • series

  41. Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the noun in parentheses? • How many ____ (woman) astronauts have flown in space? • women • Astronauts risk their ____ (life) in space. • lives

  42. Spelling WordsMultisyllabic Words

  43. Tuesday

  44. Today we will learn about: • Word Structure • Main Idea • Generalize • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Regular & Irregular Plural Nouns • Spelling: Multisyllabic Words • Science: The Telescope Satellite • How Stars Are Named • Outer Space

  45. Vocabulary Strategy: Greek & Latin RootsPages 148 – 149.

  46. The UniversePages 150 – 157.

  47. FluencyChoral Reading

  48. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 152,first paragraph. • As I read, notice how I pause at periods and other punctuation. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this paragraph.