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5 th Grade Unit 1 Slide 2 Schedule Mondays: Reading log form due in homeroom. Thursdays: Spelling Test, Vocabulary quiz/dictionary usage quiz, alphabetical order quiz, grammar quiz, give out new spelling words, spelling words in alphabetical order due Friday. Fridays: spelling words due, essay due. Slide 3 Grammar Titles of books, chapters, and songs Prepositions Interjections Conjunctions Slide 4 Grammar: punctuation Complete Reading Street pages. Complete Crosswalk Coach pages 190-193. Complete Buckle Down pages 230-231. Slide 5 Grammar: conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections Show School House Rock video. Complete Reading Street pages. Complete Crosswalk Coach pages 194-199. Complete Buckle Down pages 209-210. Divide class into groups. Students will make posters of conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections. Use Grammar Revolution website. Have students write a sentence with each of preposition. Then students will write a sentence using as many prepositions as possible. Students will utilize prepositions in their writing as much as possible. Slide 6 Rise up you Dreamers and Troubadors of the endless Journey. Your dream begins. St. Francis of Assisi Slide 7 Essential question of the year: How do people and ideas change over time? Slide 8 Unit One: Essential question What kinds of challenges do people face and how do they meet the challenges? Slide 9 Challenge In your reading notebook, brainstorm and write down as many words that come to your mind when you think of the word challenge. Slide 10 Challenge Look up the word challenge in the dictionary. Write down the definition in your own words. Slide 11 The Van Gogh Cafe By Cynthia Rylant Slide 12 Questions to ponder while reading: How is the text organized? From which point of view is the story told? What is the theme? Which types of figurative language are being used? What are the character traits of the main characters? Slide 13 From which point of view is the story told? Slide 14 What are some character traits of the main characters? Slide 15 Which types of figurative language are being used? Slide 16 How is the text organized? Slide 17 What is the theme? Slide 18 The Van Gogh Cafe What is a cafe? Who was van Gogh? Slide 19 Vincent van Gogh Slide 20 Van Goghs Paintings Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer Fourteen Sunflowers in a Vase Wheat Fields with Reaper at Sunrise Lane in the Public Garden at Arles The Starry Night Orchard in Blossom with View of Arles Slide 21 What do you notice about the cover? How does the cover set the tone of the book? Slide 22 Chapter 1: The Cafe Do we use quotation marks for titles of chapters? Who is the main character? Can the setting be more important than the main character? Slide 23 Quotation marks around titles of songs: Youd Be So Nice to Come Home To Anita ODay: YouTube Slide 24 Review: Figurative Language What are two commonly used forms of figurative language? Slide 25 Chapter 2: The Possum Literature Based Writing: Describe Clara. Make a list of her character traits. Slide 26 Characterization of Clara Slide 27 picturesque Using the context clues in the sentence, come up with a definition of picturesque. Write your definition in your notebook. Slide 28 hydrangeas Slide 29 What is the magic of the cafe? Slide 30 Theme: -main message or lesson What is one theme of this novel? Slide 31 What is the message? (theme) Slide 32 Point of View Read pages 38-39 in Crosswalk Coach. (You could underline or italicize titles of books.) Take notes about the differences of POV. Answer the questions on pages 40 and 41 in your notebook. Slide 33 Point of View First-person point of view: Slide 34 Point of View Third-person point of view Third-person omniscient point of view Slide 35 Point of View Second-person point of view Slide 36 Point of View Who is the narrator? This novel is written from which point of view? How do you know? Slide 37 Chapter 3: Lightening Strikes Literature Based Writing: Continue to add character traits of Clara. Slide 38 Lemon Meringue Pie Slide 39 So still and blue waiting waiting it is a long silver night Yellow and full did you know it would be spring Rain finds a sweetheart in the music Blackberries love a moon-faced man so sleepy Slide 40 Chapter 3: Lightening Strikes Literature Based Writing: Write some short poems of your own. One poem may be about any topic. The second poem must relate to the novel. Slide 41 Summary: a short retelling of a text in the readers own words. Slide 42 Chapter 4: Magic Muffins Literature Based Writing: As a class, write a summary of this chapter. Slide 43 Chapter 4: Magic Muffins But young girls need secrets now and then. Are secrets good or bad? Secrets are like pieces of silver. I wonder what the deeper secret is!!! Slide 44 Chapter 5: The Star Slide 45 luminous Using the context clues in the sentence, come up with a definition of luminous. Write your definition in your notebook. Slide 46 Chapter 5: The Star Page 33: Who do you think he is? What do you think has drawn the star to the Van Gogh Cafe? Slide 47 Chapter 5: The Star How long has he been waiting? How is the passage of time described? What is he waiting for? Slide 48 Chapter 5: The Star Literature Based Writing: Think/pair/share: discuss with your partner why you think the star come to the cafe. Write your ideas in your notebook in paragraph form. Slide 49 Chapter 6: The Wayward Gull Page 42: What do you think is happening? Slide 50 Chapter 6: The Wayward Gull This is the first chapter that ends in a period. I wonder why. Slide 51 Chapter 7: The Writer Slide 52 YES T-shirt that say yes Slide 53 YES Think/pair/share: Brainstorm all of the things that Marc says yes to. To what do you say yes? Slide 54 Chapter 7: The Writer Page 52: Now and then he pats something affectionately. The phonograph, the hen, the pie carousel, his daughter. Why does the author have Marc do this? What do these actions say about Marc? Slide 55 Chapter 7: The Writer Page 52: The writer understands now the song playing on the old phonograph. Why? Slide 56 phonograph Slide 57 Song: Youd Be So Nice to Come Home To Slide 58 The Van Gogh Cafe Literature Based Writing: Make a list of at least ten words that you could use to describe the book The Van Gogh Cafe. Make a list of at least ten words that you could use to describe the caf. Slide 59 The Van Gogh Cafe Literature Based Writing: What is the theme of the book? How has this booked changed your outlook on life? Slide 60 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, It is the painting that makes me so happy these days. Vincent van Gogh has said, Painting as it is now promises to become more subtle- more like music and less like sculpture- and above all it promises color. If only it keeps this promise. Vincent van Gogh has said, There is a sun, a light that for want of another word I can only call yellow, pale golden citron. How lovely yellow is! Slide 61 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, I am always in hope of making a discovery by a wedding of two complementary colors, their mingling and opposition, the mysterious vibration of kindred spirits. Vincent van Gogh has said, I often think the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. Vincent van Gogh has said, As long as autumn lasts, shall not have hands, canvas and colors enough to paint the beautiful things I see. Slide 62 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, It is the painting that makes me so happy these days. Slide 63 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, There is a sun, a light that for want of another word I can only call yellow, pale golden citron. How lovely yellow is! Slide 64 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, Painting as it is now promises to become more subtle- more like music and less like sculpture- and above all it promises color. If only it keeps this promise. Slide 65 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, As long as autumn lasts, shall not have hands, canvas and colors enough to paint the beautiful things I see. Slide 66 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, I am always in hope of making a discovery by a wedding of two complementary colors, their mingling and opposition, the mysterious vibration of kindred spirits. Slide 67 Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh has said, I often think the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. Slide 68 Van Goghs quotes: What are some other ways we could vary the sentence structure of his quotations? Slide 69 Biography: Vincent Van Gogh Write a one page biography about Vincent Van Gogh. Slide 70 Vincent Van Gogh Van Gogh app Vincents Colors Van Goghs World of Color Slide 71 Thunder Rose by Cause/effect Figurative language Responding to challenges Slide 72 Thunder Rose by Vocabulary: genre tall tale cause, causing effect, effecting, affect resource resourceful construct, constructed, construction devastate, devastation Slide 73 The Real Thunder and Lightening Page 42 Cause/effect Quote accurately from the text