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Tops and Bottoms U2W4 Day 2-4
Transcript of Tops and Bottoms U2W4 Day 2-4
Tops and Bottoms
What can we do to make sure solutions are fair?
Read this sentence:
It all started when the villagers decided to share their lands and divide and distribute their crops.
What does "distribute their crops" mean?
Who wanted to distribute the crops?
Teresa convinced the villagers to divide the crops her way.
What does convince mean?
How might you convince your parents to let you do something?
Let's add convince to our concept map!
This week's skill:
Water from the stream splashed and splattered on the rocks.
The thrilled baby squealed when she saw the kitten.
The cut made my finger throb.
B's read to A's first. Then A's will read to B's.
conversation between two or more people. Uses quotation marks " "
the telling of a story
Read pg. 307 "Farming"
While you read, look for antonyms to help you understand the meaning of unknown words.
Let's Practice It!
Reader's Writer's Notebook
Today we will start reading the story "Tops and Bottoms".
Animal Fantasy: a story about characters who are not people, but are animals that talk, live, and have feelings like people. Fantasies are made-up stories.
Turn to page 308.
Read these sentences:
"The children are so hungry, Father Hare! We must think of something!" Mrs. Hare cried one day. So Hare and Mrs. Hare put their heads together and cooked up a plan.
What does the expression "put their heads together" mean?
What does the expression "cooked up a plan" mean?
Why does the author choose these expressions in the story?
If you tease someone for not having fancy clothes, you may humiliate them.
What do you think humiliate means?
to make someone feel ashamed or foolish
We are going to sort our consonant blends.
How does the author make the story events seem possible?
Look at the illustrations in the remainder of the story. What do you predict Bear will do?
Set a purpose for reading the rest of the selection.
I want to read to find.....
Turn to page 318 to finish our story.
Bear never again slept through a season of planting and harvesting.
Which words in this sentence are antonyms?
There are many antonyms in this story.
The title Tops & Bottoms is one example.
What are some other examples?
Planting and harvesting are opposite activities that Hare and Bear had to do to raise the crops of vegetables.
What are some other activities people do that are opposites?
Hare was vain to think that he could easily fool Bear.
How do you know Hare was vain?
If someone were vain about what he or she has done, what might that person do?
How do we usually feel about people who are vain?
Let's add to the Concept Map!
You studied words like these last week.
What do you know about compound words?
What words make up homework?
What words make up football?
My uncle had a little sample of the salad.
His ruler is broken in the middle.
There were some people on the frozen lake.
Would you read the title of the final fable?
The man put a saddle on one camel.
Social Studies in Reading
has a moral
Turn to page 330-331