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  1. MANATEES BY PATRICIA A. FINK MARTIN United streaming videos: World of Nature: Saving the Manatee – 15 min Animal Profiles: Manatees – 13 min

  2. Other books by Patricia A. Fink Martin

  3. common

  4. common • Chunk: com-mon

  5. common • Chunk: com-mon • Usual, regular

  6. common • Chunk: com-mon • Usual, regular • It became common for us to see Mary wearing a team uniform, after she joined the basketball team.

  7. broad

  8. broad • Blend

  9. broad • Blend • Wide

  10. broad • Blend • Wide • Sam’s broad shoulders really stood out when he wore the leotard for ballet class.

  11. leotard

  12. steer

  13. steer • Blend

  14. steer • Blend • Guide

  15. steer • Blend • Guide • Shelly should steer her bicycle left to get to the other street.

  16. shallow

  17. shallow • Chunk: shal-low

  18. shallow • Chunk: shal-low • Low, not deep

  19. shallow • Chunk: shal-low • Low, not deep • One end of the pool is shallow enough to stand in with your head above water.

  20. prefer

  21. prefer • Chunk: pre-fer

  22. prefer • Chunk: pre-fer • Like better

  23. prefer • Chunk: pre-fer • Like better • I love the water and would prefer to go swimming rather than hiking.

  24. surface

  25. surface • Chunk: sur-face

  26. surface • Chunk: sur-face • Top

  27. surface • Chunk: sur-face • Top • We saw the alligator raise his head above the water’s surface.

  28. injure

  29. injure • Chunk: in-jure

  30. injure • Chunk: in-jure • Hurt

  31. injure • Chunk: in-jure • Hurt • My parents told me to stay away from the angry dog because it might injure me.

  32. control

  33. control • Chunk: con-trol

  34. control • Chunk: con-trol • Direct

  35. control • Chunk: con-trol • Direct • Winds and earthquakes are two things that control the size of waves.

  36. DAY ONE

  37. Teamwork Read Pages 7-11 aloud with partners. Fill in ideas on your main idea trees.

  38. TEAM TALK EXTENDER Do you think manatees look like mermaids? Why or why not?

  39. ADVENTURES IN WRITTING The text says that sailors used to mistake manatees for mermaids. Write a short story about a sailor who sees a manatee and thinks it is a mermaid. Your short story should have a beginning, a middle, and an end. In the beginning introduce and describe the main character, the sailor. In the middle, include at least three things that happen when the sailor sees what he believes is a mermaid. In the end, describe how things work out. Does the sailor figure out his mistake? Include descriptive words to make your story more exciting and fun!

  40. DAY TWO

  41. TWO MINUTE EDIT • sailors searches for mermaids on their long ocean voyage. (3) • The most common sirenian is the manatee or see cow? (3)

  42. TWO MINUTE EDIT • Sailors searched for mermaids on their long ocean voyages. • The most common sirenian is the manatee, or sea cow.

  43. TEAMWORK Read pages 14-20 aloud with partners. Fill in ideas on your main idea trees.

  44. TEAM TALK EXTENDER If you could learn more about manatees, what two questions would you ask?

  45. DAY THREE

  46. TWO MINUTE EDIT • manatees breeth air just like we dew. (3) • Manatees sleep on the bottom of an river (2)

  47. TWO MINUTE EDIT • Manatees breathe air just like we do. • Manatees sleep on the bottom of a river.

  48. TEAMWORK Read pages 26-29 aloud with partners. Fill in ideas on your main idea trees.

  49. TEAM TALK EXTENDER What other animals migrate in the winter?

  50. DAY FOUR