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  1. Unit 3: Lesson 4 Day 1

  2. Day 1: Word Knowledge WHAT WE WILL LEARN • Cardinal and ordinal numbers • How suffixes change words • Regular and irregular comparatives • /ō/ spellings “o” and “o_e”

  3. Day 1: Word Knowledge • Cardinal Numbers – the numbers we say when we count • twenty thirty forty • Ordinal Numbers – the numbers we say when we are telling the order of objects • twentieth thirtieth fortieth

  4. Day 1: Word Knowledge • Suffixes can change word meaning and word usage • amaze – verb * amazingly - adverb • fill with wonder - to everyone’s surprise • be a mystery - in an amazing way • amazing – adjective * amazement - noun • surprising greatly - the feeling you get when • inspiring wonder something is a complete • surprise

  5. Day 1: Word Knowledge • Suffixes can change word meaning and word usage • original • noun - the first one from which copies can be made • adjective – being the first made • originally – adverb • the first time • originality – noun • the ability to think in a new way

  6. Day 1: Word Knowledge Regular Comparatives • great greater greatest • happy happier happiest • flat flatter flattest

  7. Day 1: Word Knowledge Irregular Comparatives • good better best • bad worse worst

  8. Day 1: Word Knowledge Long O Spellings • over alone noses • most old

  9. Day 1: Word Knowledge WHAT WE LEARNED • Cardinal and ordinal numbers • How suffixes change words • Regular and irregular comparatives • /ō/ spellings “o” and “o_e”

  10. Genre - Biography • A biography is written about one person’s life by someone else. • A biography contains a variety of important information about the person’s life. The stories tell how the person talks, feels, and thinks about things.

  11. Genre - Biography • A biography may span a person’s whole life, or it may tell about only an important part of a person’s life. An account of a person’s entire life is almost always told chronologically, or in the order in which the events happened in time.

  12. Meet the Author Mike Venezia • Mike Venezia studied art at the school of the Art Institute in Chicago. He thinks the best way for children to learn about art and artists is through fun.

  13. Meet the Author Mike Venezia • “If children can look at art in a fun way and think of artists as real people, the exciting world of art will be open to them for the rest of their lives.”

  14. Prior Knowledge • What do you know about famous artists? • What do you know about Picasso? • What famous paintings or sculptures have you seen? • How do artists use imagination to create original works of art? • Why do people need art and how does it affect our lives?

  15. Build Background • Picasso is now recognized as a great artist, but during his lifetime, some people struggled to understand his original ideas and new style. His work challenged people to think differently about painting.

  16. Day 1: Vocabulary • encouraged: urged on; gave hope or confidence to • style: a way of doing something • controversial: something causing a disagreement or argument • monuments: buildings, statues, or special structures that are made to honor a person or event • originality: ability to create something new, unusual, or different • scenery: painted scenes or hangings on a theater stage

  17. Vocabulary • encouraged – urged on; gave hope or confidence to

  18. Vocabulary • style – a way of doing something

  19. Vocabulary • controversial – something causing a disagreement, argument, or public dispute

  20. Vocabulary • monuments – buildings, statues, or special structures that are made to honor a person or event

  21. Vocabulary • originality – ability to create something new, unusual, or different

  22. Vocabulary • scenery – painted scenes or hangings on a theater stage

  23. Focus Question • How can you turn something from your imagination into something that others can see, hear, touch, or taste? • Have you ever created an object from your imagination? • What would you like to create from your imagination?

  24. Comprehension Strategies • There is a lot of information in this story that is new. • We want to make sure that we understand all that we are reading. • Be sure to raise your hand if you need to have anything explained or clarified.

  25. Pablo Picasso10.25.1881 – 4.8.1973

  26. Malaga, Spain

  27. Malaga, Spain

  28. Page 240

  29. Mougin, France

  30. Notre-Dame de VieMougin, France

  31. Choral Read Pgs. 241 to top of 242 Who are all these people? Toulouse-Lautrec – At 12 he broke his left leg and at 14 he broke his right. They did not grow to normal size.

  32. Toulouse-Lautrec11.24.1864 – 9.9.1901 You can see this painting at the Barnes Foundation in Merion, PA. Rosa la Rouge

  33. Vincent van Gogh3.30.1853 – 7.29.1890

  34. Vincent van Gogh Self Portrait

  35. Paul Gauguin6.7.1848 – 5.8.1903 Self Portrait

  36. Paul Gauguin6.7.1848 – 5.8.1903 Breton Girls Dancing

  37. Claude Monet11.14.1840 – 12.5.1926

  38. Claude Monet11.14.1840 – 12.5.1926 Famous Landscape

  39. Contemporary Artists Pablo Picasso 10.25.1881 – 4. 8.1973 (92) Toulouse-Lautrec 11.24.1864 – 9. 9.1901 (36) Vincent van Gogh 3.30.1853 – 7.29.1890 (37) Paul Gauguin 6.7.1848 – 5. 8.1903 (54) Claude Monet 11.14.1840 – 12. 5.1926 (86) Some of Picasso’s early paintings remind people of the paintings done by these artists.

  40. Choral Read Page 242 The Blue Period • Picasso felt alone and sad because his best friend died. • None of his paintings were selling. • He almost starved to death. • He painted with lots of blue which can be a sad color.

  41. The Death of Casagemas - 1901

  42. Dama en Eden Concert1903 Oil on Canvas

  43. Choral Read Page 243 The Rose Period • Picasso fell in love with Fernande. • Rose, a happier color started showing up in his paintings. • He painted happier things. • He painted circus people with their animals.

  44. The Rose Period Picasso Clowns

  45. The Rose Period Portrait

  46. Choral Read Pages 244 - 246 Cubism • The paintings look like they’ve been broken up into little cubes. • Over the years it became more colorful and flatter looking. • Over the years it became easier to see what Picasso was painting

  47. Cubism – Weeping Woman

  48. Cubism – Self Portrait

  49. Choral Read Page 247 • Picasso did a lot more than just painting. He made • sculptures • prints • drawings • beautifully colored dishes and bowls • costumes and scenery for plays

  50. What We Have Learned AboutPablo Picasso • His early paintings remind some people of contemporary artists • His Blue Period was a time of sadness • His Rose Period was a happier time • Picasso developed the style of cubism