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Inside OutAuthor: Francisco JimenezGenre: Realistic Fiction

Big Question: Why do people show kindness?

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Small Group Timer

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Review GamesStory SortVocabulary Words:Arcade GamesStudy Stack

Spelling City: VocabularySpelling City: Spelling Words

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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B

ig Question: Why do people show kindness?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

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Vocabulary Words caterpillar cocoon disrespect emerge migrant sketched unscrewed

gestured suspenders homeless shelter volunteeredVocabulary WordsMore Words to Know

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MondayQuestion of the Day

Why do people show kindness?

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Today we will learn about:Build ConceptsCompare and ContrastAnswer QuestionsBuild BackgroundVocabularyFluency:

Characterization/DialogueGrammar: Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSpelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, phKindness

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FluencyModel Characterization & Dialogue

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Fluency: Characterization & DialogueListen as I read “Dwaina Brooks.” As I read, notice how I read the dialogue. People have unique pronunciations and rhythms to their speech depending on where they are from.Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

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Fluency: Characterization & DialogueCompare and contrast Dwaina’s kitchen on Friday nights before and after her class came over.Explain the steps Dwaina followed to get food to the shelter.

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Concept Vocabulary homeless – without a home shelter – a temporary living place for poor or homeless people volunteered – offered services for free

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Build Concept Vocabulary homeless, shelter, volunteered

Kindness

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Compare and Contrast, & Answer QuestionsTurn to page 142 -143.

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Prior KnowledgeThink about what it’s like to be a newcomer. Think about a time when you were new to a group, a school, or a neighborhood.Brainstorm words and phrases to describe what it felt like to be a newcomer.Imagine a new student joining our class. What kinds of things could you do or say to make it easier on the newcomer?

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Prior KnowledgeThis week’s audio explores overcoming challenges involved in moving to a new place. After you listen, we will discuss what you learned and what was most surprising to you.

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Vocabulary Words

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Vocabulary Words caterpillar – the wormlike larvae of insects such as butterflies and moths cocoon – case of silky thread spun by the larvae of various insects, to live in while they are developing into adults

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Vocabulary Words disrespect – to show a lack of respect; to be rude emerge – to come into view; come out; come up migrant – worker, especially a farm worker, who travels from one area to another in search of work

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Vocabulary Words sketched – drawn roughly and quickly unscrewed – loosened to taken off by turning

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More Words to Know gestured – made a movement to help express an idea or a feeling suspenders – straps worn over the shoulders to hold up the trousers

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caterpillar

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cocoon

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suspenders

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GrammarRegular & Irregular Plural Nouns

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students put their sack lunchs in a row on the tabelStudents put their sack lunches in a row on the table.does the cafeteria serves hot food

Does the cafeteria serve hot food?

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsI knew caterpillars turned into butterflies.Caterpillars and butterflies are plural nouns.Most nouns form the plural by adding -s, but there are exceptions. The y

in butterfly is changed to an i, and –es is added.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsPlural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. Add –s to form the plural of most nouns. picture/pictures, wing/wings/ pattern/patterns

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsAdd –es to nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z, s

, and ss. bunch/bunches, wish/wishes, box/boxes, class/classesIf a noun ends in a vowel and y, add –s. day/days, boy/boys

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsIf a noun ends in a consonant and y, change y to i and add –es. city/cities, lady/ladies

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSome nouns have irregular plural forms. They change spelling. man/men, mouse/mice, goose/geese, foot/feet, child/children

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsFor most nouns that end in f or fe, change f to v and add –es.

leaf/leaves, knife/knives, calf/calves

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSome nouns have the same singular and plural forms.sheep, deer, moose, headquarters, series

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of each noun? twig twigs team teams

field fieldsTuesday Tuesdays lunch lunches fox foxes

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of each noun? woman women half halves

cracker crackers goose geese

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun? Migrant worker pick many crop and work long hour.

workers, crops, hoursThey filled many box with orange, strawberry, and peach. boxes, oranges, strawberries, peaches

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun? Sometimes they must trim leaf from plant with sharp knife.

leaves, plants, knives

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsWhat is the plural form of the underlined singular noun?Migrant child miss class on day when they must help their parent

at work. children, classes, days, parentsOther worker herd sheep and cow while riding horse. workers, sheep, cows, horses

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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shovel southern northern chapter hyphen chosen establish although

challenge approach astonish python shatter ethnic shiver

pharmacy charity china

attach

ostrich

emphasis

sophomore

athlete

phenomenal

chimpanzee

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TuesdayQuestion of the DayWhy was Francisco grateful for the jacket from Mr. Sims?

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Today we will learn about:PrefixesCompare and Contrast Answer QuestionsAuthor’s PurposeVocabulary

Fluency: Echo ReadingGrammar: Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSpelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, phSocial Studies: Migrant Workers

Kindness

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Vocabulary Strategy: PrefixesTurn to page 144

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Inside OutTurn to page 146

-153.

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FluencyEcho Reading

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Fluency: Echo ReadingTurn to page 156, the first paragraph.Notice that I use my voice to show Francisco’s excitement and then everyone’s curiosity when they gather quietly to watch the butterfly emerge.

Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this paragraph.

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GrammarRegular & Irregular Plural Nouns

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the children wor warm coats and scarfsThe children wore warm coats and scarves.t

hat cold wind make me siverThat cold wind makes me shiver.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsPlural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing.Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. Nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z

, s, and ss add –es to form the plural. For nouns ending in consonant –y, change the y to i and add –es.Nouns with irregular plurals

change spelling or have the same singular and plural forms.

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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shovel southern northern chapter hyphen chosen establish although

challenge approach astonish python shatter ethnic shiver

pharmacy charity china

attach

ostrich

emphasis

sophomore

athlete

phenomenal

chimpanzee

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WednesdayQuestion of the DayWhy do you think Miss

Scalapino lets Francisco release the butterfly?

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Today we will learn about:Answer QuestionsWord StructureVocabularyFluency: Characterization/Dialogue

Grammar: Regular and Irregular Plural nounsSpelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, phSocial Studies: U.S. Constitution

Kindness

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Inside OutTurn to page 154

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FluencyModel Characterization & Dialogue

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Model Characterization & DialogueTurn to page 157, starting with the first complete paragraph.Notice how I read the dialogue to reveal how the characters are feeling.Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of these paragraphs.

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GrammarRegular & Irregular Plural Nouns

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a butterflys wings astonis meA butterfly’s wings astonish me.

the migrating insects travel thousands of mile to a suthern countryThe migrating insects travel thousands of miles to a southern country.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsPlural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing.Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. Nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z

, s, and ss add –es to form the plural. For nouns ending in consonant –y, change the y to i and add –es.Nouns with irregular plurals

change spelling or have the same singular and plural forms.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSpecific nouns help build interesting descriptions.Plural nouns should be spelled correctly so that they do not distract from the picture painted with words.Review something you have written and see if you can improve it by making sure plural nouns are spelling correctly.

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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shovel southern northern chapter hyphen chosen establish although

challenge approach astonish python shatter ethnic shiver

pharmacy charity china

attach

ostrich

emphasis

sophomore

athlete

phenomenal

chimpanzee

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ThursdayQuestion of the DayAre humans naturally kind, or is kindness something that must be learned?

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Today we will learn about:E-mail/Text FeaturesReading Across TextsContent-Area VocabularyFluency: Partner ReadingGrammar:

Regular and Irregular Plural NounsSpelling: Digraphs th, sh, ch, phSocial Studies: World Kindness Movement

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Random Acts of KindnessTurn to page 160

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FluencyPartner Reading

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Fluency: Partner ReadingTurn to page 157, starting with the first complete paragraph.Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read the text as if you were the characters. Offer each other feedback.

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GrammarRegular & Irregular Plural Nouns

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the story is a chater from a longer book about a migrent familyThe story is a chapter from a longer book about a migrant family.

francisco have trouble at school because him does not speak englishFrancisco has trouble at school because he does not speak English.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsPlural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing.Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. Nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z

, s, and ss add –es to form the plural. For nouns ending in consonant –y, change the y to i and add –es.Nouns with irregular plurals

change spelling or have the same singular and plural forms.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsTest Tip: Do not confuse plural nouns with possessive nouns or singular forms or verbs.Possessives have an apostrophe and show ownership.Plural: She packed two dresses.Possessive: The

dress’s buttons are white.Singular verb form: He dresses well.

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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shovel southern northern chapter hyphen chosen establish although

challenge approach astonish python shatter ethnic shiver

pharmacy charity china

attach

ostrich

emphasis

sophomore

athlete

phenomenal

chimpanzee

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FridayQuestion of the DayWhy do people show kindness?

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Today we will learn about:Build Concept VocabularyCompare and ContrastShort StoryPrefixesGrammar:

Regular & Irregular Plural NounsSpelling: Digraph th, sh, ch, phReference BookKindness

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Compare and ContrastWhen writers compare and contrast things, they tell how those things are alike or different.Words such as same, also, before,

although, and however are clues that things are being compared and contrasted.Sometimes writers do not use clue words when they compare and contrast things.

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Short StoryA short story is a concise piece of fiction that focuses on only one character or a few characters and describes a single event or a closely related series of events.A short story contains all the story elements—setting characters, plot, and theme.The main difference between a short story and a novel is its length.

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PrefixesYou can use prefixes to figure out the meanings of unfamiliar words.Find the prefixes in the words in the chart and tell what the new word means.You can check the word meaning by looking them up in a dictionary.

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PrefixesWordPrefix/MeaningMeaning

repay preplan inconsiderate

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Reference BookWhat could you do if you couldn’t remember whether you should use lay or lie in a sentence, or if you weren’t sure whether a noun should be singular or plural?You could use a grammar manual or a handbook.

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Reference BookA manual and a handbook are reference books that are meant to be kept “at hand ”and are convenient to carry around. Both contain instructions on how to do something.

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Reference BookA grammar reference book is a type of manual. It provides grammar instructions and rules for writing that can be looked up easily.A grammar manual is usually divided into sections or chapters according to the grammar skill.

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GrammarRegular & Irregular Plural Nouns

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did the girls wipe there feetsDid the girls wipe their feet?curtis and

adam plays football at recessCurtis and Adam play football at recess.

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Regular & Irregular Plural NounsPlural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing.Most plural nouns are formed by adding –s. Nouns ending in ch, sh, x, z

, s, and ss add –es to form the plural. For nouns ending in consonant –y, change the y to i and add –es.Nouns with irregular plurals

change spelling or have the same singular and plural forms.

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Spelling WordsDigraphs th, sh, ch, ph

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shovel southern northern chapter hyphen chosen establish although

challenge approach astonish python shatter ethnic shiver

pharmacy charity china

attach

ostrich

emphasis

sophomore

athlete

phenomenal

chimpanzee

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We are now ready to take our story tests.Story testClassroom webpage,Reading TestAROther Reading Quizzes

Quiz #

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