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Question of the Day Suppose you could have a talking animal for a friend. Which would you want it to be?

Question of the Day Suppose you could have a talking animal for a friend. Which would you want it to be?. I would have a ________ as a friend because ________. Julio Sings Like a Frog .

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Question of the Day Suppose you could have a talking animal for a friend. Which would you want it to be?

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  1. Question of the DaySuppose you could have a talking animal for a friend. Which would you want it to be? I would have a ________ as a friend because ________. T352

  2. Julio Sings Like a Frog Julio was talking with his father. “It’s a nice summer day,” said his dad. “Do you want to walk down to the pond?” “I don’t know,” said Julio. “It’s a little hot to walk that far.” Just then, a blue dragonfly zipped through the air. “I wish we could fly there like that dragonfly.” Well, we could try,” said Dad. He spread his arms and took a running jump. “Nice try,” said Julio, laughing. “But maybe we should walk instead. T353

  3. When they reached the pond, Julio heard frogs croaking. “I think I can make that sound. “Julio puffed out his cheeks and let out the air. “Hmm… I don’t really sound like a frog.” “Well, when frogs croak, they are really singing to each other,” said Dad. “I can sing,” said Julio. “I love singing with my friends.” “That’s right, you do. And, remember, people can fly, too. They just need airplanes.” “That is true,” said Julio, “but I still wish I could fly like a dragonfly and sing like a frog.” His father sat down next to the pond. Julio joined him, and they both enjoyed the view. T353

  4. Suffixes –tion and -sion Sean collects baseball cards. He has a large collection of cards. Tisha has excellent vision. • Notice how in the second sentence, the suffix –tion has been added to the root word collect. • Notice how in the third sentence, -sion is added at the end of the word vision. T354

  5. Suffixes –tion and -sion vacation tension description • Lets pronounce each word syllable-by-syllable. Notice how the word vacation has three syllables in it. • Remember that we can break down longer words into syllables to help us pronounce them. • Lets practice breaking down the syllables in tension and description. T354

  6. Words with Schwa Use the following words below to complete each sentence. section caution fiction nation action vision vacation motion • The rocking _______ of the boat was gentle. • Our family went on _______ at the beach. • Does an eagle have good _______? • Ying likes games with lots of _________. • Our _______ celebrates Independence Day. • Do you prefer _______ or nonfiction books? • Use _______ when you cross a busy street. • I looked closely at one ________ of the ant’s leg. T355

  7. Words with Schwa Use the following words below to complete each sentence. question mention station attention portion collection session • This swimming ______ lasted an hour. • Malika has a beautiful ______ of butterflies. • The pig ate a huge ______ of apples. • You need to pay ________ in class. • The bus ______ is a very busy place. • Was there any _______ of rain on TV? • Marcos asked a _________ in science class. T355

  8. Let’s get ready to read! • Get ready to perform a readers’ theater using the story “Charlotte’s Web”. • Think about how the characters might act and sound throughout the story. • Listen as I read aloud pages 302-304 of “Charlotte’s Web”. Listen to how I read fluently with expression and use an appropriate reading rate. • In groups you will take turns reading each page. Remember to read with an appropriate rate and reflect punctuation correctly, including commas and exclamation points. • Make sure to read with expression, proper phrasing, and correct pronunciation. • Once you have finished practicing, take turns reading your play to another group. T356

  9. Make Inferences(Comprehension) • Remember that to make inferences, you should combine what you already know with what the author tells you. Listen as I reread “The Little Red Ant and the Great Big Crumb” starting on page 90. Think about how the little red ant is different from the other ants and animals in the story. T357

  10. Comprehension Questions • What does the author tell you about a spider’s cobweb? It is stretched between two cornstalks • What do you already know about spiders? A spider catches bugs with her webs • Why do you think this cobweb is important to the little red ant? The ant thought she could reach the sun by climbing it. T357

  11. Independent Practice Copy down the graphic organizer, into your notebook. T357

  12. Build Robust Vocabulary Use the word web as an example to create your own word web for summon and the reasons you might summon someone. Create a word web for sway and name times when something might sway. • Give a few more examples of some things you could boast about. T352

  13. Building Robust Vocabulary • Is it realistic to think that the moon will have inhabitants some day? Why or why not? • How is it your responsibility to oblige your grandparents? • What animals have bristly tails and ample fur? • Why is it inevitable that toddlers are a nuisance at times? T359

  14. Building Robust Vocabulary • Who would be adamant that seat belts should be required? • If a dreadful noise came from a vase of flowers, would you stare in amazement? Why or why not? • Why would sedentary animals get confused if a zookeeper moved too quickly? • What kind of materials would you use to create a futuristic and functional household appliance? T359

  15. Grammar Irregular Verbs Remember: • When regular verbs tell about past events they end in –ed. Pedro took his puppy for a walk. What is the verb in the sentence? (took) Does it end with the letters –ed? (no) Took is an irregular verb that tells about a past event. It does not end in –ed. Instead it changes from take to took. Can someone give me an example of another irregular verb? (drank, drew, said) T352

  16. Grammar Irregular Verbs • The phone rang at 4:30 A.M. • Eva has done her homework. • What is the irregular verb in the first sentence? (rang) • How do we know it is an irregular verb? (It does not end in –ed) • Does it tell about something that already happened? (yes) What is the helping verb and irregular verb in the second sentence? T352

  17. Checking our WritingDirections • Remember to check to see if your work has characteristics of a set of directions. • Check your work to make sure that it makes sense. • Remember to identify paragraphs and use correct capitalization. • Remember to use the correct verb tense in every sentence. • Check your spelling, punctuation, and main and helping verb usage. • Use Editor’s Marks to correct your work. Trade papers with a partner and read their explanation. Make additional revisions and then discuss with your partner their writing. T361

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