Genre: Interview Big Question: How does an astronaut prepare for a journey?
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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know Vocabulary Words • accomplishments • focus • gravity • monitors • role • specific • extraterrestrials • inconceivable • weightlessness • command module • landings • launch • manned
Today we will learn about: • Build Concepts • Author’s Purpose • Monitor and Fix Up • Build Background • Vocabulary • Fluency: Tone of Voice • Grammar: This, That, These, and Those • Spelling: Greek Word Parts • Adventures in Space
Fluency: Tone of Voice • Listen as I read “Apollo 13.” • As I read, notice how I use tone of voice to convey the building suspense in the article. • Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
Fluency: Tone of Voice • What is the author’s purpose in writing this article? • How does knowing the article is about a space mission affect the way you would read it?
Concept Vocabulary • command module – self-contained part of a spacecraft where astronauts live and control the spacecraft • landings – acts of coming to land form a ship, helicopter, etc. • launch – to send into the air or space
Concept Vocabulary • manned – occupied or controlled by one or more people • (Next Slide)
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Build Concept Vocabulary command module, landings, launch, manned Adventures in Space
Prior Knowledge • This week’s audio is an interview with an astronaut. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about being an astronaut.
Vocabulary Words • accomplishments – things that have been done with knowledge, skill, or ability; achievements • focus – the central point of attraction, attention, or activity • gravity – the natural force that causes objects to move or tend to move toward the center of the earth
Vocabulary Words • monitors – screens connected to a computer, which show information and instructions • role – a part played by a person in real life; role model, person whose patterns of behavior influence someone else’s actions and beliefs • specific – definite; precise; particular
More Words to Know • extraterrestrials – creatures from outer space • inconceivable – hard to imagine or believe; incredible • weightlessness – the condition of being free from the pull of gravity • (Next Slide)
Grammar This, That, These, and Those
that book im holding is full of interviews with interesting adventures • This book I’m holding is full of interviews with interesting adventures. • the interview with a astronout is fascinating • The interview with an astronaut is fascinating.
This, That, These, and Those • The interviewer posed interesting questions. Ellen Ochoa answered these questions directly and honestly. • These is an adjective telling which ones. It refers to a plural noun naming things that are close by.
This, That, These, and Those • The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. • This and that modify singular nouns. • These and those modify plural nouns. • This and these refer to objects that are close by. • That and those refer to objects farther away.
This, That, These, and Those • This classroom is brighter than that one across the hall. • These students at our table are my friends. Those students over there are new.
This, That, These, and Those • Do not use here or there after this, that, these, or those. • No: This here book is about astronauts. That there one is about space. • Yes: This book is about astronauts. That one is about space.
This, That, These, and Those • Do not use them in place of these or those. • No: She wrote them books for children. • Yes: She wrote those books for children.
This, That, These, and ThoseWhich word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? • (That, Those) movie tells about the flight of Apollo 13. • That • (This, These) story shows how three astronauts survived. • This
This, That, These, and ThoseWhich word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? • (That, This) picture I am holding is dramatic. • This • It was the 1960s and in (these, those) days space travel was new. • Those
This, That, These, and ThoseWhich word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? • The Apollo program included (this, those) flights that took us to the moon. • those • (That, Those) idea of space travel was hard for people to imagine. • That
This, That, These, and ThoseWhich word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? • Look at (these, this) pictures of a space capsule. • these • The first astronauts lived in (that, these) tiny space. • that
This, That, These, and ThoseWhich word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? • Will you proofread (these, this) report on space travel? • this • For information, I looked in (that, those) books at the learning center. • those
This, That, These, and ThoseWrite each sentence correctly. • This here book is about Ellen Ochoa. • This book is about Ellen Ochoa. • I found it when I returned them books last week. • I found it when I returned those books last week.
This, That, These, and ThoseWrite each sentence correctly. • It was with those there books in the library. • It was with those books in the library.
Today we will learn about: • Multiple Meaning Words • Author’s Purpose • Graphic Sources • Vocabulary • Fluency: Echo Reading • Grammar: This, That, These, and Those • Spelling: Greek Word Parts • Science: Sally Ride • Adventures in Space