Theme 2, Selection 2 Give It All You’ve Got
Spelling Skill • ou and ow spell /ou/ • ou usually comes at the beginning or in the middle of a word • ow comes at the end of a word or syllable or when • followed by consonants l and n • oi and oy spell /oi/ • oi usually comes at the beginning or in the middle of a word • oy usually comes at the end of a word or syllable • au, ak, and a before l spell /o/
Teacher Read Aloud: Teacher Read Aloud: • Just One of the Guys • by Donna Gamache • Building Background: • How is the game of ice hockey played? • How would you feel being on a team where you • are the only girl or the only boy?
Comprehension Skill • Story Structure • The elements of a story are: • the characters • the setting • the events that make up the plot, including the • story’s problem and solution
Setting a Purpose: Keep track of the story structure as you listen.1.Who are the characters in this story? 2.What is the setting of the story? 3.What is the main problem of the story? 4. How is the problem resolved?
La Bamba Baseball in April Author: Gary Soto
Genre: Realistic Fiction • seems like real life • characters deal with real life problems • situations are true or could be true
Vocabulary Fluency How Fast Can You Read the Words? applause forty-five-record audience limelight debut pantomime duo rehearsal embarrassed talent
the clapping of hands to show approval applause Synonyms clapping ovation He wanted applause as loud as a thunderstorm, and to hear his friends say, “Man, that was bad!”
the people gathered to see or hear a performance. audience “The dirty tooth answered, “Ask my dentist,” which drew laughter and applause from the audience. Synonyms spectators viewers ,
first public performance debut During rehearsal, Mr. Roybal, nervous about his debut as the school’s talent coordinator, muttered under his breath when the level that controlled the speed on his record player jammed. Synonyms unveiling appearance
two performers singing or playing together duo The violin duo performed next, and except for one time when the girl got lost, they sounded fine. Synonym pair twosome
self conscious and ill at ease embarrassed He was so embarrassed. He would have to ask his parents to move out of town. Synonyms uncomfortable discomfited
a small record with one selection on each side forty-five record As he twirled his forty-five record, Manuel thought they had a great talent show.
focus of public attention limelight He yearned for the limelight. Synonym public eye attention
theatrical acting out that is done in silence pantomime He cleared his throat and started moving his lips in pantomime. Synonym mime
practice for a public performance rehearsal During rehearsal, Mr. Roybal, nervous about hisdebut as the school’s talent coordinator, muttered under his breath when the level that controlled the speed on his record player jammed. Synonym preparation trial
a natural or acquired ability talent Manuel walked to school in the frosty morning, kicking leaves and thinking of tomorrow’s talent show. Synonym aptitude flair