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Lesson 30 Day 1 Voyage Across the Solar System
Question of the Day What is something that you wish you did not have to do? I wish I did not have to ________. T 376
Read Aloud �What might be the purpose for reading or listening to a poem again? � for enjoyment � to listen for rhymes or rhythm � to learn more about what happened �Listen as I read. Notice how I pause at commas and periods, as well as how I change the pitch in response to question marks. �Then echo read the poem with me. T 377
A Pig Is Never Blamed by Babette Deutsch A pig is never blamed in case He forgets to wash his face. No dirty suds are on his soap, Because with soap he does not cope. He never has to clean the tub After he has had a scrub, For whatever mess he makes, A bath is what he never takes. But then, what is a pool to him? Poor pig, he never learns to swim. And all the goodies he can cram Down his gullet turn to ham. It’s mean: Keeping clean. You hardly want to, till you’re very big. But it’s worse to be a pig. Transparency R 173
Read Aloud �How does the author feel about pigs? �What does the author with she did not have to do? �How does the author’s opinion about being clean change as the poem goes on? T 377
Suffixes: –tion & -sion � This week we will review the phonics skills from the previous four weeks. What are the root words in these words? action act protection protect The suffix –tion is pronounced /shen/. The spelling of a root word often changes when a suffix is added. How was the spelling of act changed to form action? The t at the end of act was dropped. T 378
Suffixes: -tion & -sion What are the root words in these words? discussion discuss expression express The suffix –sion is usually pronounced /shen/. How did the spelling of discuss change to form discussion? One s was dropped from the end of discuss. T 378
Find the root word of the following words. connection connect suspension suspend injection inject progression progress T 379
Find the words with –tion and –sion and write them in your journal. Underline the root words. �Patting your dog is a sign of affection. � affection affect, -tion �Admission to the county fair is eight dollars. � admission admit, -sion �Do you prefer to do subtraction or division? � division divide, -sion Practice book pg. 253 t 379
Spelling Pretest Turn to Practice book pg. 254 � vision � caution � session � fluid � piano � loyal � reliable � flexible T 380 � powerless � dangerous � famous � biplane � nonstop � overnight � oversee
s u c Fo l Making Inferences l i k S �Authors do not always tell everything so readers must make inferences to figure out the missing information or ideas. �When you make inferences, you use text clues along with what you already know about the topic. �Making an inference can help you determine what happened or how a character feels in a selection.
s u c Fo l Making Inferences l i k S �I know that when I infer, I use clues to figure out something. I can use clues from the text and what I already know to make an inference. I can use a chart to organize clues that can help me make an inference. �Turn to page 365 and reread. �Let’s fill out the graphic organizer on the next slide together.
s u c Fo l Making Inferences l i k S What the Author Tells You When Shaleeta rubs a balloon on her arm, static electricity makes pepper jump off a plate. What You Already Know When I scuff my feet on the carpet and touch the doorknob, I get zapped by static electricity. Inference Rubbing things together makes static electricity. t 381
magnify �When you magnify something, you make it look larger than it actually is. �The word is. . � magnify �What is the word? � magnify �What would you magnify with a telescope? �What might you use to magnify tiny letters on a page? t 382 transparency R 203
observed �If you observed something I, you watched it carefully to learn more about it. �The word is. . � observed �What is the word? � observed �What do you observe in the classroom on school days? �What have you observed in the area around your house?
generates �To generate something is to produce it. �The word is … � generate �What is the word? � generate �What machines generate power? �What generates heat and light for our planet?
confirm �When you can prove something is correct, you can confirm it. �The word is… � confirm �What is the word? � confirm �How do you confirm that you have learned your spelling words? �How would you confirm that you had a doctor’s appointment next week?
picturesque �Something that is picturesque is pretty enough to be in a picture. �The word is … � picturesque �What is the word? � picturesque �When is a garden most picturesque? �What can make a countryside look picturesque? t 382 transparency R 203
safeguard �To safeguard something is to protect and guard it. �The word is… � safeguard �What is the word? � safeguard �Who are the people who safeguard our communities? �How might you safeguard your home? t 382 transparency R 203
expedition �The astronauts prepared for their expedition. �An expedition is an adventure or a journey to a new place. �The word is… � expedition �What is the word? � expedition �Would you prefer a mountain expedition or an expedition to the beach? t 382 transparency R 203
uncharted �The space shuttle traveled to an uncharted part of space. �If an area is uncharted, there are no maps of that place. �The word is… � uncharted �What is the word? � uncharted �Would you like to travel to an uncharted place or one that is well-explored? t 382 transparency R 203
aligned �When two things are aligned, they match up perfectly. �The word is… � aligned �What is the word? � aligned �Can you think of two things that are aligned? t 382 transparency R 203
occur �When something occurs, it happens. �The word is… � occur �What is the word? � occur �Tell something that occurred last night. t 382 transparency R 203
Grammar: Irregular Verbs �Some verbs are irregular and form their tenses in unusual ways. �For example, many irregular verbs do not add –ed to form the past tense. �Yesterday she rode her bike. � rode �I wrote a poem last week. � wrote �I had made a card for my friend. � made t 392
Grammar: Irregular Verbs �Lou thought about a gift for his teacher. � thought �I have found a quarter. � found �How do you know it is an irregular verb? �It is in the past tense and does not end in –ed. �Write a sentence for each of these words. � bring wear see t 392