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  1. Big Question: How do people adapt to living with physical limitations? Author: Alden R. Carter Genre: Expository Nonfiction

  2. Small GroupTimer

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

  4. Spelling WordsPrefixes over-, under-, sub-, super-, out-

  5. Big Question: How do people adapt to living with physical limitations?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

  6. Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • abdomen • artificial • gait • handicapped • therapist • wheelchair • blender • cerebral palsy • stroke • dedication • leg brace • polio • triumphant

  7. Monday

  8. Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Generalize • Predict • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Emotion • Grammar: Pronouns and Antecedents • Spelling: Prefixes over-, under-, sub-, super-, out- • Overcoming Physical Limitations

  9. FluencyModel Emotion

  10. Fluency: Model Emotion • Listen as I read “Wilma Unlimited.” • As I read, notice how I use my voice to show surprise, happiness, and excitement. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

  11. Fluency: Model Juncture • What generalization can you make about Wilma Rudolph and others who overcome physical limitations? • What caused Wilma Rudolph to switch from basketball to track?

  12. Concept Vocabulary • dedication– devotion • leg brace– a device used to support a leg • polio– a severe, infectious, viral disease that destroys nervous tissue in the spinal cord causing paralysis and wasting away of muscles • triumphant – victorious or successful • (next slide)

  13. legbrace

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

  15. Build Concept Vocabulary dedication, leg brace, polio, triumphant Overcoming Physical Limitations

  16. Generalize, PredictTurn to Page 412 – 413.

  17. Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about cerebral palsy?

  18. Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio explores the challenges of cerebral palsy. After you listen, we will discuss what you found most surprising about the disease.

  19. Vocabulary Words

  20. Vocabulary Words • abdomen – the part of the body containing the stomach, intestines, and other important organs • artificial – made by human skill or labor; not natural • gait – a manner of walking or running • handicapped – having a physical or mental disability

  21. Vocabulary Words • therapist – a person who specializes in treatment of diseases, injuries, or disorders • wheelchair – a chair on wheels, used by people who are sick or who are unable to walk

  22. More Words to Know • blender – an electric kitchen appliance for grinding, mixing or beating • cerebral palsy – paralysis caused by damage to the brain before or at birth • stroke – a sudden attack of illness, especially one caused by a blood clot or bleeding in the brain • (Next Slide)

  23. abdomen

  24. wheelchair

  25. blender

  26. GrammarPronouns and Antecedents

  27. handicapped children need a outtlet for there energy • Handicapped children need an outlet for their energy. • perry has cerebral palzy and they has difficulty walking and talking • Perry has cerebral palsy, and he has difficulty walking and talking.

  28. Pronouns and Antecedents • It’s not easy for Nic because his hands won’t always do what he wants them to do. • The underlined pronouns his and he refer to Nic. Nic is the antecedent of his and he.

  29. Pronouns and Antecedents • A pronoun takes the place of a noun or nouns. An antecedent, or referent, is the noun or nouns to which the pronoun refers. • A pronoun and its antecedent must agree in number and gender.

  30. Pronouns and Antecedents • Before you use a pronoun, ask yourself whether the antecedent is singular or plural. If the antecedent is singular, decide whether it is masculine, feminine, or neuter. Then choose a pronoun that agrees.

  31. Pronouns and Antecedents • In the following sentences, the antecedents are underlined once; the pronouns are underlined twice. • When Emily exercises, she stretches muscles and tendons. They are tight and sore.

  32. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • Sam is happy because he can jump and run. • Sam is happy because he can jump and run. • Because Janelle enjoys swimming, she swims on the YMCA team. • Because Janelle enjoys swimming, she swims on the YMCA team.

  33. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • Janelle and Sam are lucky because they have healthy bodies. • Janelle and Sam are lucky because they have healthy bodies.

  34. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • Some children have cerebral palsy, and it causes problems with body movements and control. • Some children have cerebral palsy, and it causes problems with body movements and control.

  35. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • These children need therapy to help them move freely. • These children need therapy to help them move freely. • Nolan uses a wheelchair, and a computer allows him to communicate. • Nolan uses a wheelchair, and a computer allows him to communicate.

  36. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • The computer has an artificial voice, so it produces spoken words. • The computer has an artificial voice, so it produces spoken words. • Megan remains cheerful although therapy can be painful for her. • Megan remains cheerful although therapy can be painful for her.

  37. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • Fred and I think that we will study medicine. • Fred and I think that we will study medicine.

  38. Pronouns and AntecedentsUnderline the antecedent once and the pronoun twice in each sentence. • Doctors and scientists believe that they will be able to prevent cerebral palsy some day. • Doctors and scientists believe that they will be able to prevent cerebral palsy some day.

  39. Pronouns and AntecedentsWrite a pronoun to replace each underlined noun or noun phrase. • Our class learned about muscles and bones when our class studied the human body. • we or it • Bones form the skeleton, and the skeleton supports the body. • it

  40. Pronouns and AntecedentsWrite a pronoun to replace each underlined noun or noun phrase. • Two bones meet at a joint, where the two bones are connected by ligaments. • they • Muscles have tendons that connect muscles to bones. • them

  41. Spelling WordsPrefixes over-, under-, sub-, super-, out-

  42. Tuesday

  43. Today we will learn about: • Vocabulary Strategy Lesson: Context Clues • Generalize • Predict • Graphic Sources • Vocabulary • Fluency: Choral Reading • Grammar: Pronouns and Antecedents • Spelling: Prefixes over-, under-, sub-, super, out- • Time for Science: Nervous System • Overcoming Physical Limitations

  44. Vocabulary Strategy: Context CluesTurn to page 414 - 415.

  45. Stretching OurselvesPages 416 - 423.

  46. FluencyChoral Reading

  47. Fluency: Choral Reading • Turn to page 421, paragraphs 3-6. • As I read, notice how I use my voice to show Emily’s impatience and Emily’s mom’s encouragement. • We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

  48. GrammarPronouns and Antecedents