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  • Slide 1 - Title: Suki’s Kimono Author: Chieri Uegaki Illustrator: Stephane Jorisch Genre: Realistic Fiction Big Question: What can happen when someone’s clothes are different?
  • Slide 2 - Small Group Timer
  • Slide 3 - Suki’s Kimono More Words to Know approve ignored straightening familiar murmur shreds
  • Slide 4 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 5 - Big Question: What can happen when someone’s clothes are different? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  • Slide 6 - Monday
  • Slide 7 - Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Compare and Contrast Predict Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Accuracy/Appropriate Pace/rate and Expression Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Syllable patterns CVVC, CVV Dressing Differently
  • Slide 8 - Monday Fluency: Model Reading Aloud with Accuracy
  • Slide 9 - Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation As I read “The Rag Coat” listen at the pace I read and my tone of voice that draws attention to key parts of the story. Listen to the story to find out how the students’ feelings about Minna’s coat change during the story. Be ready to answer questions after the story.
  • Slide 10 - Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation How do Souci, Shane, and the others’ feelings about Minna’s coat change after they hear her stories? What makes Minna’s coat special?
  • Slide 11 - Build Concept familiar, murmur, shreds Dressing Differently
  • Slide 12 - Compare and Contrast Turn to pages 146 – 147.
  • Slide 13 - Compare and Contrast Comparing and contrasting two or more things means telling how they are alike and different. Writers often use clue words to signal similarities (like, similarly, likewise, in the same way) and differences (but, however, on the other hand, although). Making predictions can help a reader think more carefully about a story and the details an author compares and contrasts.
  • Slide 14 - Build Background: Prior Knowledge What do you know about clothes from different cultures?
  • Slide 15 - Vocabulary Words
  • Slide 16 - Vocabulary Words cotton – cloth made from soft, white fibers that grow in branches on the cotton plant festival –a program of entertainment often held annually graceful – beautiful in form or movement handkerchief – a soft, usually square piece of cloth used for wiping your nose, face, or hands
  • Slide 17 - Vocabulary Words paces – steps pale – not bright; dim rhythm – the natural strong beat that some music or poetry has snug – fitting your body closely Next slide
  • Slide 18 - cotton cotton field cotton plant cotton picker cotton bale cotton products cotton yarn cotton fabric cotton sheets
  • Slide 19 - festival
  • Slide 20 - graceful
  • Slide 21 - handkerchief
  • Slide 22 - pace
  • Slide 23 - pale
  • Slide 24 - rhythm
  • Slide 25 - snug
  • Slide 26 - straightening
  • Slide 27 - shreds paper shredder
  • Slide 28 - More Words to Know approve – to think well of something; to favor something ignored – paid no attention to straightening – to make straight; to uncurl familiar – well-known murmur – a soft, steady sound that rises and falls a little and goes on without breaks shreds – very little bits; scraps
  • Slide 29 - Monday Grammar: Adjectives and Articles
  • Slide 30 - the little girl wore a beautifull dress from japan The little girl wore a beautiful dress from Japan. she was prowd of the dress that her grandmother gived her She was proud of the dress that her grandmother gave her.
  • Slide 31 - Adjectives and Articles Suki raised her foot to show the teacher her wooden clog. The is an article and wooden is an adjective.
  • Slide 32 - Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that can describe a person, place, or thing. Adjectives tell more about nouns. Many people wore bright clothes to the annual parade. A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. The child wore an orange sweater and a blue jacket.
  • Slide 33 - Adjectives and Articles The articles a and an are used only with singular nouns. A is used before a word that begins with a consonant sound: a box, a coat. An is used before a word that begins with a vowel sound: an egg, an empty box, an old coat. Use the before singular or plural nouns: the earring, the earrings.
  • Slide 34 - Adjectives and Articles Find the word that describes each underlined noun. A kimono is made of vivid cloth. A kimono is made of vivid cloth. The Japanese wear kimonos for special occasions. The Japanese wear kimonos for special occasions.
  • Slide 35 - Adjectives and Articles Find the word that describes each underlined noun. They wear wide belts with their kimonos. They wear wide belts with their kimonos. Lovely kimonos are fun to wear. Lovely kimonos are fun to wear.
  • Slide 36 - Adjectives and Articles Choose the article that correctly completes each sentence. In Hawaii, you can buy (a, an) long dress called a muumuu. In Hawaii, you can buy a long dress called a muumuu. I bought (a, an) attractive muumuu in Honolulu. I bought an attractive muumuu in Honolulu.
  • Slide 37 - Adjectives and Articles Choose the article that correctly completes each sentence. My dad bought (an, the) most expensive shirt. My dad bought the most expensive shirt. (The, An) shirt has big purple flowers on it. The shirt has big purple flowers on it.
  • Slide 38 - Adjectives and Articles Choose the article that correctly completes each sentence. We can wear our Hawaiian clothes for (a, an) outdoor party. We can wear our Hawaiian clothes for an outdoor party.
  • Slide 39 - Monday Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV
  • Slide 40 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 41 - Suki’s Kimono Tuesday
  • Slide 42 - Today we will learn about: Syllable Pattern V/V Context Clues Compare and Contrast Predict Synonyms Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Syllable Patterns CWC, CW Time for Social Studies: Festivals Dressing Differently
  • Slide 43 - Vocabulary Strategy for Synonyms Pass It Down Page 148
  • Slide 44 - Suki’s Kimono More Words to Know approve ignored straightening familiar murmur shreds
  • Slide 45 - Suki’s Kimono Page 150-157
  • Slide 46 - Tuesday Fluency: Choral Reading
  • Slide 47 - Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 152. Notice the expression in my voice as I read the dialogue. We will now choral read this page three times.
  • Slide 48 - Tuesday Grammar: Adjectives and Articles
  • Slide 49 - the girls sisters told her not to wear a unusual costume The girl’s sisters told her not to wear an unusual costume. she didnt listen to her two sisters advice She didn’t listen to her two sisters’ advice.
  • Slide 50 - Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that can describe a person, place, or thing. Adjectives tell more about nouns. Some girls wore long, bright skirts. A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles. A boy wore an awesome shirt to the party.
  • Slide 51 - Adjectives and Articles The articles a and an are used only with singular nouns. A is used before a word that begins with a consonant sound: a jacket, a full cup. An is used before a word that begins with a vowel sound: an eagle, an orange jacket, an empty cup. Use the before singular or plural nouns: the shoe, the shoes.
  • Slide 52 - Tuesday Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV
  • Slide 53 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 54 - Suki’s Kimono Wednesday
  • Slide 55 - Today we will learn about: Compare and Contrast Predict Generalize Vocabulary Fluency: Accuracy/Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV Time for Social Studies: Footwear Dressing Differently
  • Slide 56 - Suki’s Kimono More Words to Know approve ignored straightening familiar murmur shreds
  • Slide 57 - Suki’s Kimono Page 158-163
  • Slide 58 - Wednesday Fluency: Model Accuracy/Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression
  • Slide 59 - Fluency: Model Accuracy/Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression Turn to page 157. Notice how I pause at commas and how my voice changes at question marks. We will now choral read this page three times.
  • Slide 60 - Wednesday Grammar: Adjectives and Articles
  • Slide 61 - the classes weared costumes and clothes from other countrys The classes wore costumes and clothes from other countries. james and him dressed like cowboys in a rodio James and he dressed like cowboys in a rodeo.
  • Slide 62 - Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that can describe a person, place, or thing. Adjectives tell more about nouns. A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.
  • Slide 63 - Adjectives and Articles Choosing vivid, precise adjectives can make writing more lively and specific. General: Maria wore a dress. Specific: Maria wore a yellow, silky dress.
  • Slide 64 - Wednesday Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV
  • Slide 65 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 66 - Suki’s Kimono Thursday
  • Slide 67 - Today we will learn about: Syllable Pattern VCCCV Expository Nonfiction Text Features Reading Across Tests Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Paired Reading Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV Time for Social Studies: Cultures: Music and Dance
  • Slide 68 - Suki’s Kimono More Words to Know approve ignored straightening familiar murmur shreds
  • Slide 69 - Social Studies in Reading Clothes: Bringing Cultures Together Pages 166-169
  • Slide 70 - Thursday Fluency: Paired Reading
  • Slide 71 - Fluency: Paired Reading Turn to page 161. Partner read this page aloud three times. Read accurately with expression and offer each other feedback.
  • Slide 72 - Thursday Grammar: Adjectives and Articles
  • Slide 73 - now cara and linda has a idea for a party Now Cara and Linda have an idea for a party. childrens will bring food from different countries Children will bring food from different countries.
  • Slide 74 - Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that can describe a person, place, or thing. Adjectives tell more about nouns. A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.
  • Slide 75 - Adjectives and Articles: Test Tips You may be asked to identify adjectives in a sentence. Adjectives tell how something looks, sounds, feels, tastes, or smells. Adjectives can also tell how many or how much, such as many, some or two. Adjectives: Two dresses had some pretty blue designs on them.
  • Slide 76 - Thursday Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV
  • Slide 77 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 78 - Suki’s Kimono Friday
  • Slide 79 - Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Compare and Contrast Setting Context Clues Grammar: Adjectives and Articles Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV Evaluating/Drawing Conclusions Dressing Differently
  • Slide 80 - Suki’s Kimono More Words to Know approve ignored straightening familiar murmur shreds
  • Slide 81 - Compare and Contrast Comparing and contrasting two or more things means telling how they are alike and different. Writers often use clue words to signal similarities (like, similarly, likewise, in the same way) and differences (but, however, on the other hand, although).
  • Slide 82 - Setting Setting is the time and place that the events in a story occur. Other times, the reader has to make guesses about the setting based on what the characters say and do. In picture books, the illustrator can “show” the reader the setting.
  • Slide 83 - Context Clues You can use context clues, sometimes with synonyms, that help you decide the meaning of unfamiliar words. We will look at some words in ”Suki’s Komino” that you might not know.
  • Slide 84 - Context Clues
  • Slide 85 - Friday Grammar: Adjectives and Articles
  • Slide 86 - polly will create a salad from spain Polly will create a salad from Spain. the students will enjoy they’re meal from around the werld The students will enjoy their meal from around the world.
  • Slide 87 - Adjectives and Articles An adjective is a word that can describe a person, place, or thing. Adjectives tell more about nouns. A, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.
  • Slide 88 - Friday Phonics: V/V Syllable Pattern, Syllable Pattern VCCCV
  • Slide 89 - V/V Syllable Pattern Two vowels that appear in the same syllable often stand for one sound. lion How many vowels do you see in the word lion? two How many syllables does the word lion have? two Does the two vowels that appear together stand for one sound? no
  • Slide 90 - V/V Syllable Pattern When I see a word that has two vowels in a row, I usually say one vowel sound. But sometimes I can hear both vowels. That’s because each vowel is in a different syllable. When I divide the word into syllables, I can tell that the word is not line. It is the two-syllable word lion. What about the word trio?
  • Slide 91 - V/V Syllable Pattern realize re / alize hyena hy / ena dandelion dandeli /on period peri / od stereo stere /o theater the / ater usual usu / al rodeo rode / o
  • Slide 92 - V/V Syllable Pattern If we don’t put fluid in the radiator, the engine will get hot. If we don’t put fluid in the radiator, the engine will get hot. After Mom finishes her science class, she will graduate. After Mom finishes her science class, she will graduate.
  • Slide 93 - V/V Syllable Pattern I always stay with my grandparents during my annual trip to Ohio. I always stay with my grandparents during my annual trip to Ohio. The poet will recite her poems in the auditorium. The poet will recite her poems in the auditorium.
  • Slide 94 - Syllable Pattern VCCCV We learned to divide words that have three consonants in a row. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you see two words that have three consonants in a row. The children exchanged the gifts that did not fit. Where do we divide children into syllables? Where do we divide exchange? How did you know where to divide the words?
  • Slide 95 - Syllable Pattern VCCCV Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you see two words that have three consonants in a row. Martha was thirsty after running the race. Where do we divide Martha into syllables? Where do we divide thirsty?
  • Slide 96 - V/V Syllable Pattern VCCCV Read the words together. pilgrim entrance angry hundred including mushroom instant merchant partner contract impress complete
  • Slide 97 - V/V Syllable Pattern VCCCV Read these sentences together. Mother complained about the constant noise. “I’d love to take an airplane ride,” exclaimed Andy. Please stand when you hear our national anthem.
  • Slide 98 - Evaluating/Drawing Conclusions Which would you rather use as a source of information: a book published in 1962 or one with a copyright of 2010? A book with a later copyright date has more recent information. You can preview a book to see if it has the information you need.
  • Slide 99 - Evaluating/Drawing Conclusions Look at the table of contents and skim the chapters or sections. Check the copyright date. The newer the book, the more updated information it contains.
  • Slide 100 - Evaluating/Drawing Conclusions If available, read information about the author. Does the author seem to be an expert in the subject? He or she should be educated and experienced in the subject area and should have written other books, especially on the same subject.
  • Slide 101 - Evaluating/Drawing Conclusions 1. Which book probably has the most up-to-date information? 2. Which source would most like include the best information about what people wear in Japan?
  • Slide 102 - Friday Spelling: Syllable Patterns CVVC, CVV
  • Slide 103 - Suki’s Kimono Spelling Words rodeo pioneer trio stadium audio audience radiate cereal Creole recreation create medium piano idea radio video studio violin duo patio
  • Slide 104 - Review Games Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words
  • Slide 105 - We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz # 73378

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