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  • 1. Big Question: How can people adapt to a new school? Author: Lydia R. Diamond Genre: Play
  • 2.Small GroupTimer
  • 3.Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words
  • 4.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
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  • 6.Big Question: How can people adapt to a new school?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
  • 7.Vocabulary Words cavities combination demonstrates episode profile strict audacious digressed scintillating count on settle in Vocabulary Words More Words to Know
  • 8.Monday
  • 9.Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Generalize Story Structure Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Tone of Voice Grammar: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Spelling: Suffixes –ible and -able Adapting to a New Place
  • 10.FluencyModel Tone of Voice
  • 11.Fluency: Tone of Voice Listen as I read “Only Fiona.” As I read, notice how I use tone of voice to show Fiona’s sadness at being in a new place and missing her old friends. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  • 12.Fluency: Tone of Voice What generalization does Fiona make about her new town? What generalization can you make about Fiona’s parents?
  • 13.Concept Vocabulary count on – to expect; to rely on settle in – to take up residence in a new place; to become adjusted to
  • 14.Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
  • 15.Build Concept Vocabulary settle in, count on Adapting to a New Place
  • 16.Generalize, Story StructureTurn to Page 458-459.
  • 17.Prior KnowledgeWhat do you know about making new friends? Making Friends
  • 18.Prior Knowledge This week’s audio explores adapting to a new school. After we listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about going to a new school.
  • 19.Vocabulary Words
  • 20.Vocabulary Words cavities – hollow places; holes in teeth cause by decay combination – a series of numbers or letters dialed in opening a certain kind of lock demonstrates – shows how a thing is done
  • 21.Vocabulary Words episode – one part of a story that is published or broadcast in several parts, one at a time profile – low profile, moderate attitude or position, deliberately chosen in order to avoid notice strict – very careful in following a rule or making others follow it
  • 22.More Words to Know audacious – rudely bold digressed – turned aside from the main subject in talking or writing scintillating – sparkling; flashing (Next Slide)
  • 23.cavities
  • 24.combination
  • 25.GrammarIndefinite and Reflexive Pronouns
  • 26.a knew house seem strange at first A new house seems strange at first. the movers unloaded the van, by theirselves The movers unloaded the van by themselves.
  • 27.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Stormi introduces herself, and everyone says hello. The reflexive pronoun herself reflects the action of the verb introduces back upon the subject Stormi. The indefinite pronoun everyone is singular.
  • 28.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns may not refer to specific words. They do not always have definite antecedents: Has anyone met the new kid?
  • 29.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Singular Indefinite Pronouns: someone, somebody, anyone, anybody, everyone, everybody, something, no one, either, each Plural Indefinite Pronouns: few, several, both, others, many, all, some
  • 30.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Use singular verb forms with singular indefinite pronouns and plural verb forms with plural indefinite pronouns: Everyone gets a cookie. Few turn it down.
  • 31.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive pronouns reflect the action of the verb back on the subject. Reflexive pronouns end in –self or –selves: We introduced ourselves to her.
  • 32.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Singular Reflexive Pronouns: myself, himself, herself, itself, yourself Plural Reflexive Pronouns: ourselves, yourselves, themselves
  • 33.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns There are no such words as hisself, theirself, theirselves, or ourself.
  • 34.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsFind the pronoun in each sentence and identify the kind of pronoun it is. Tell if the pronoun is singular or plural to show its number. Everyone is really thirsty. Everyone, indefinite, singular Has anyone seen the glasses? anyone, indefinite, singular The boys help themselves to milk. themselves, reflexive, plural
  • 35.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsFind the pronoun in each sentence and identify the kind of pronoun it is. Tell if the pronoun is singular or plural to show its number. Others want cider or lemonade. others, indefinite, plural Ileana brought herself a soda. herself, reflexive, singular
  • 36.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsChoose the correct pronoun in ( ) to complete each sentence. (Someone, Several) welcomes the new students to school. Someone Often that person is the principal (himself, hisself). himself
  • 37.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsChoose the correct pronoun in ( ) to complete each sentence. (Few, No one) want to move to a new school. Few (Everyone, Many) looks at a new kid curiously. Everyone
  • 38.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsChoose the correct pronoun in ( ) to complete each sentence. I always introduce (myself, myselves) with a smile. myself (Everybody, Several) were friendly to the new boy. Several
  • 39.Indefinite and Reflexive PronounsChoose the correct pronoun in ( ) to complete each sentence. Omar and Jai introduced (theirself, themselves). themselves
  • 40.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
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  • 42.Tuesday
  • 43.Today we will learn about: Context Clues Generalize Story Structure Draw Conclusions Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Spelling: Suffixes -ible and -able Social Studies: Moving Adapting to a New Place
  • 44.Vocabulary Strategy: Context CluesTurn to Page 460- 461.
  • 45.The Stormi Giovanni ClubTurn to Page 462 - 469.
  • 46.The Stormi Giovanni ClubTurn to Page 462 - 469.
  • 47.FluencyChoral Reading
  • 48.Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 469, first fifteen lines (up to the end of Scene II). As I read, notice how I change my tone when speaking as Hannah and when speaking as Stormi to reflect each girl’s feelings or mood. We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this paragraph.
  • 49.GrammarIndefinite and Reflexive Pronouns
  • 50.ryan is hospitible to both freinds and strangers Ryan is hospitable to both friends and strangers. michigan avenue stores are fashionable. And we often shop there Michigan Avenue stores are fashionable, and we often shop there.
  • 51.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns, such as somebody and no one, do not always have definite antecedents. Reflexive pronouns reflect the action of the verb back upon the subject. Reflexive pronouns end in –self or –selves.
  • 52.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns There are no such words as hisself, theirself, theirselves, or ourself.
  • 53.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
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  • 55.Wednesday
  • 56.Today we will learn about: Generalize Story Structure Context Clues Vocabulary Fluency: Tone of Voice Grammar: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Spelling: Suffixes –ible and -able Social Studies: E-mail & Friendship Adapting to a New Place
  • 57.The Stormi Giovanni ClubTurn to Page 470 - 478.
  • 58.The Stormi Giovanni ClubTurn to Page 470 - 478.
  • 59.FluencyModel Tone of Voice
  • 60.Fluency: Tone of Voice Turn to page 475. As I read, pay attention to how my voice changes to reflect each character’s feelings and personality, and the change in my voice when I read questions. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.
  • 61.GrammarIndefinite and Reflexive Pronouns
  • 62.ever girl in the scout troop made a birdhouse by hisself Every girl in the scout troop made a birdhouse by herself. they learned how to hamer nails into would safely They learned how to hammer nails into wood safely.
  • 63.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns, such as somebody and no one, do not always have definite antecedents. Reflexive pronouns reflect the action of the verb back upon the subject. Reflexive pronouns end in –self or –selves.
  • 64.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns There are no such words as hisself, theirself, theirselves, or ourself.
  • 65.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Pronoun Antecedents: Singular indefinite pronouns such as everyone, anybody, and someone may be used as pronoun antecedents. Use a singular pronoun with these words.
  • 66.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns No: Everybody loves their present. Yes: Everybody loves his present. Yes: Everybody loves her present.
  • 67.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by correcting mistakes in pronoun number agreement.
  • 68.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
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  • 70.Thursday
  • 71.Today we will learn about: Newspaper Article Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Spelling: Suffixes –ible and -able Social Studies: Share Helpful Hints
  • 72.“Think Dress Codes Are a Drag?”Turn to Page 480 - 483.
  • 73.FluencyPartner Reading
  • 74.Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 475. Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper emotion and tone of voice and offer each other feedback.
  • 75.GrammarIndefinite and Reflexive Pronouns
  • 76.this locker is more harder to open than last years locker This locker is harder to open than last year’s locker. do you carry all yur books to ever class Do you carry all your books to every class?
  • 77.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns, such as somebody and no one, do not always have definite antecedents. Reflexive pronouns reflect the action of the verb back upon the subject. Reflexive pronouns end in –self or –selves.
  • 78.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns There are no such words as hisself, theirself, theirselves, or ourself.
  • 79.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Test Tip: Plural reflexive pronouns end with -selves. Singular reflexive pronouns end with –self. No: themselves, itselves, myselves Yes: themselves, itself, myself
  • 80.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
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  • 82.Friday
  • 83.Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Generalize Context Clues Grammar: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Spelling: Suffixes –ible and -able Thesaurus Adapting to a New Place
  • 84.Generalize To generalize is to make a broad statement or rule that applies to several examples. Active readers pay close attention to what authors tell them about story characters and make generalizations about those characters as they read.
  • 85.Context Clues You can use context clues to determine the meanings of unfamiliar words. Use context clues to find the meanings of these words from The Stormi Giovanni Club. Use a dictionary to verify your definitions.
  • 86.Context Clues
  • 87.Where should you look if you want to find a synonym for the word digress?
  • 88.Thesaurus A thesaurus is a book of synonyms, words that mean the same or almost the same as another word. Not all synonyms mean exactly the same. It is important to check in a dictionary the meaning of a synonym you find in a thesaurus to make sure that the synonym has the meaning you want.
  • 89.Thesaurus Most print thesauruses have an index in the back. You look up the word in the index for which you want synonyms. With electronic thesauruses, you type a word into a search box.
  • 90.Thesaurus With a word processor thesaurus, you highlight the word and use the thesaurus under TOOLS to find synonyms.
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  • 92.GrammarIndefinite and Reflexive Pronouns
  • 93.ms roman told jeff to help yourself to the pizza he ate three slices Ms. Roman told Jeff to help himself to the pizza. He ate three slices. because jordan is responsable he can use the computor Because Jordan is responsible, he can use the computer.
  • 94.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns, such as somebody and no one, do not always have definite antecedents. Reflexive pronouns reflect the action of the verb back upon the subject. Reflexive pronouns end in –self or –selves.
  • 95.Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns There are no such words as hisself, theirself, theirselves, or ourself.
  • 96.Spelling WordsSuffixes –ible and -able
  • 97.
  • 98.We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #