Unavoidable issue: How individuals disclose nature with a specific end goal to comprehend it

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Central issue: How do individuals disclose nature so as to comprehend it? Title: Pushing Up the Sky Author: Joseph Bruchac Illustrator: Teresa Flavin Genre: Play

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Small Group Timer

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Spelling Words miserable review vanish empty oversight incorrectly spell despise supplant delude differ rework unroll obscure untrustworthy respond shocking demoralize awkward reuse misspeak

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Vocabulary Words More Vocabulary Words prongs envisioned dialects storyteller overhead jabbed knock arbitrarily chariot human progress stimulation

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Big Question: How do individuals disclose nature keeping in mind the end goal to comprehend it? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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Monday

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Today we will find out about: Author's Purpose Summarize Build Background Vocabulary Words Fluency: Characterization Main and Helping Verbs Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis - Explaining Nature

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Monday Fluency: Characterization

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Fluency: Characterization Listen as I read "The Class Play." As I read, see how I utilize diverse voices for each character. Be prepared to answer inquiries after I wrap up.

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Fluency: Characterization Why do you think the writer composed this article? Recognize one correlation and one complexity the creator makes between human progress today and old Greek development.

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Build Concepts chariot, progress, amusement Explaining Nature

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Author's Purpose Summarize Pages 304 - 305

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Build Background Think about the greatest number of things as you can about Native Americans and Native American society stories.

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Vocabulary Words tusks – hard, fanning developments on the leader of a male deer, elk or moose envisioned – made a photo or thought of something in your mind dialects – human discourse, talked or composed

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Vocabulary Words storyteller – the individual who recounts a story overhead – over the head; on high; above jabbed – pushed with compel against somebody or something

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More Vocabulary Words knock – hit yourself against something hard haphazardly – in no specific request chariot - a carriage with two wheels pulled by steeds; utilized as a part of antiquated circumstances for battling and hustling

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More Vocabulary Words progress – a propelled lifestyle that for the most part incorporates towns, composed types of dialect, and uncommon sorts of work for individuals stimulation – something that interests, satisfies, or entertains individuals Next slide

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prongs

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chariot

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Monday Grammar : Main and Helping Verbs

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all the town man were chasing on monday All the town men were chasing on Monday. theyd seen deers and foxs in the woods They'd seen deer and foxes in the backwoods.

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Main and Helping Verbs The stars were radiating through the openings jabbed into the sky. The word sparkling is the fundamental verb . The verb were is a helping verb . A verb expression is a verb that has more than single word. The fundamental verb indicates activity . A helping verb demonstrates t he time of the activity.

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Main and Helping Verbs In the accompanying sentences, telling is the fundamental verb , and are is the helping verb . The general population are recounting stories.

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Main and Helping Verbs The helping verbs am , will be , and are show introduce time . Was and were show past time . Will demonstrates future time . The helping verbs has , have , and had demonstrate that an activity occurred in the past .

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Main and Helping Verbs In the accompanying sentences, had and will are helping verbs . He had recounted that story some time recently. He will recount that story once more.

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Main and Helping Verbs Find the verb expression in each sentence. Local Americans had told intriguing legends. had told They were clarifying their general surroundings. were clarifying I have heard legends about the sun and the moon. have listened

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Main and Helping Verbs Find the verb expression in each sentence. In a few stories, creatures are talking like individuals. are talking Someday I will engage you with the stories. will engage

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Main and Helping Verbs Is the underlined word a fundamental verb or helping verb? I am composing a legend. principle verb I have set the story in a woodland. helping verb The blooms are conversing with the trees. principle verb

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Main and Helping Verbs Is the underlined word a fundamental verb or helping verb? The gigantic trees will tend to the little blooms. principle verb You will hear my story soon. helping verb

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Monday Spelling : Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis -

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Spelling Words troubled review vanish empty slip-up incorrectly spell despise supplant deceive differ revamp unroll obscure exploitative respond lamentable dishearten awkward reuse misspeak

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Tuesday

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Today we will find out about: Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis - Glossary Author's Purpose Summarize Develop Vocabulary Fluency: Readers' Theater Main and Helping Verbs Moon Phases Explaining Nature

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Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar Words: Glossary Pages 306 - 307

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Pushing Up the Sky Pages 308 - 313

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Tuesday Fluency: Characterization

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Fluency: Readers' Theater Turn to page 312. As I read the diverse parts of the play, see how my tone changes. In gatherings of five, do a Readers' Theater perusing of page 312.

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Tuesday Grammar : Main and Helping Verbs

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do you recal the brilliant hawks in the woods Do you review the brilliant falcons in the woodland? they was perched on a pine Tree They were perched on a pine tree.

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Main and Helping Verbs A principle verb is the piece of a verb expression that shows activity. A helping verb demonstrates the season of the activity.

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Tuesday Spelling : Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis -

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Spelling Words troubled review vanish empty misstep incorrectly spell despise supplant misdirect differ modify unroll obscure deceptive respond deplorable debilitate awkward reuse misspeak

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Wednesday

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Today we will find out about: Summarize Glossary Cause and Effect Develop Vocabulary Fluency: Characterization Main and Helping Verbs Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis - Regions Explaining Nature

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Pushing Up the Sky Pages 314 - 321

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Wednesday Fluency: Characterization

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Fluency: Characterization Turn to page 314. See how my voice changes as I read the discourse of the diverse characters. Work on doing Readers' Theater readings of this page in gatherings of five.

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Wednesday Grammar : Main and Helping Verbs

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the seekers spoted a broun uncovered among the trees The seekers detected a cocoa bear among the trees. they pursued the creature however it dissapeared into the forested areas They pursued the creature, yet it vanished into the forested areas.

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Main and Helping Verbs Describing the exact time of an activity makes composing clearer. Helping verbs express time . The men have seen bears commonly some time recently.

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Wednesday Spelling : Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis -

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Spelling Words miserable review vanish empty slip-up incorrectly spell despise supplant deceive differ change unroll obscure unscrupulous respond disastrous dishearten awkward reuse misspeak

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Thursday

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Today we will find out about: Contractions Myth Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Readers' Theater Main and Helping Verbs Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis - Social Studies: Fire

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Literature in Reading: Myth Pages 322 - 329

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Thursday Fluency: Characterization

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Fluency: Characterization Turn to page 317. Gatherings of five will pick parts and work on perusing resoundingly page 317 three circumstances. Keep in mind to peruse with appropriate portrayal.

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Thursday Grammar : Main and Helping Verbs

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two lady unlode wood, and after that they construct a fire Two ladies empty wood, and after that they assemble a fire. the fire will kept each one in the town warm The fire will keep everybody in the town warm.

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Main and Helping Verbs Test Tip: Sometimes at least one words divide a primary verb and a helping verb. Illustration: Hummingbirds are continually moving their wings. In this sentence, moving is the principle verb, and are is the helping verb. The word dependably is not some portion of the verb.

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Thursday Spelling : Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis -

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Spelling Words miserable review vanish empty slip-up incorrectly spell loathe supplant deceive differ rework unroll obscure unscrupulous respond deplorable debilitate awkward reuse misspeak

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Friday

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Today we will find out about: Build Concept Vocabulary Author's Purpose Steps in a Process Glossary Main and Helping Verbs Prefixes un-, re-, mis - , dis - Thesaurus Explaining Nature

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Author's Purpose The writer's motivation is the reason the writer composes something. A creator might attempt to induce , to illuminate , to engage , or to express thoughts and sentiments . Diverse parts of a bit of composing may have distinctive purposes.

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Steps in a Process When we take a gander at ventures in a procedure , we are taking a gander at the request in which things happen, or the request in which we need to accomplish something to do it effectively. Bearings are a case of ventures in a procedure.

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Steps in a Process Sometimes there are enlighten words the content, for example, first , second , next , then , lastly . Different circumstances, we need to utilize what we definitely know to figure out which steps start things out, second, third, et cetera.

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Vocabulary Strategy:

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