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Unit 2: Week 3: Prudy's Problem

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Unit 2: Week 3: Prudy's Problem
Discussion Task
Vocabulary Task
Syntax Task
Writing Task
You just got done reading about the Field Museum of Natural History. Pretend you went to Chicago to spend a day exploring this museum. Now write to tell about your day exploring The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
Reading Task
Read Text: FSA Prep p. 85-86
Discussion Task
Identify the main idea of p. 276 and 1 detail that supports it. (TE p. 276)
Find the meaning of the compound word “shoelaces” on p. 278. (TE 278)
Reread p. 280-281 and draw a conclusion about Prudy’s collection. (TE p. 280)
Asking questions while you read can help you better understand the text. Reread p. 282, and ask a question about the text. (TE 2852)
Vocabulary Task
Syntax Task
What is clutter?
Where might you find clutter?
Which word in the sentence describes someone who does not like clutter?
Why did the author choose to use the words clutter and tidy here?
Writing Task
Read Text: Prudy’s Problem pg. 274 (Disc 4 Track 1)
He was a very tidy person who did not like clutter. (TE 282a)
Discussion Task
Is this story told by a first-person narrator or third-person narrator? Give evidence from the story to support your answer. (TE 277A)
What’s the main idea of p. 279? What details support this main idea? (TE 278)
What questions might you ask after reading pages 280-281 to help you deepen your understanding of the text? (TE280)
How does the illustrator use humor to add interest to the story? (TE 284)
Summarize the sequence of events in the story. Which event is the most important to the plot? Why? (TE 289a)
Vocabulary Task
Syntax Task
Writing Task
Reading Task
Discussion Task
Why does the author choose to present the information as an interview? (TE 295a)
Why does the author choose to use the word challenge in the title of this selection? (TE297a)
Vocabulary Task
Syntax Task
Writing Task
Reading Task
Read Text: Meeting the Challenge of Collecting pp. 294-297
(Disc 4, Track 5)
Discussion Task
What is the main idea of page 294? What details support the main idea? (TE 295a)
Reread page 297. Use word structure to determine the meaning of the compound word underground in the last paragraph. (TE 297a)
Vocabulary Task
Syntax Task
Writing Task
Reading Task
Finish writing task from yesterday.
Think about what you learned about the objects in museums. Write a paragraph to express a conclusion you can draw about caring for a museum’s collection. Be sure to introduce the topic in your paragraph, to use evidence to support your conclusion, and to end with a concluding statement.
A fantasy is a make-believe story. Stories that are fantasy have characters, settings, and events that could not be real.
Reading Task
museum
anthropology
anthropologist
challenges
department
tapestries
sculptures
variety
unusual
permanent
damaged
properly
butterflies
collection
enormous
scattered
shoelaces
strain
What does the phrase neat and orderly mean?
This is the opposite of how Prudy’s collections were at the beginning of the story. What are some antonyms for neat and orderly?
What does appreciated by everyone mean? What are some antonyms for appreciated by everyone?
At last Prudy’s collections were neat and orderly and appreciated by everyone. (TE 294a)
Wow! How do you manage to display that many objects?
What conventions of writing are used in the sentences?
How can we use context clues to figure out the meaning of the word manage?
Anthropology is the study of how people live.
Are there any irregular plural nouns?
What conventions of writing do we see in the sentence?
Reread Text: Prudy’s Problem pg. 274
(Disc 4 Track 1)
butterflies
collection
enormous
scattered
shoelaces
strain
*Which words are compound words?
Reread Text: Meeting the Challenge of Collecting pp. 294-297
(Disc 4, Track 5)
Work hard on your test and turn it in. Don't forget to check your work!!
Let's look at this week's learning goal and scale.
museum
anthropology
anthropologist
challenges
department
tapestries
sculptures
variety
unusual
permanent
damaged
properly
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Let's look at Comprehension 1 Part A and B on page 87.

Next, let's look at Vocabulary 4 Part A and B on page 90
FSA Prep
Let's look at Comprehension 2 Part A and B on page 88.

Next, let's look at Vocabulary 5 Part A and B on page 91
FSA Prep
Think about what you learned about the objects in museums. Write a paragraph to express a conclusion you can draw about caring for a museum’s collection. Be sure to introduce the topic in your paragraph, to use evidence to support your conclusion, and to end with a concluding statement.
Let's look at Comprehension 3 Part A and B on page 89.

Next, let's look at Vocabulary 6 Part A and B on page 92

Finally, let's look at drawing conclusions on page 96.
FSA Prep
museum
anthropology
anthropologist
challenges
department
tapestries
sculptures
variety
unusual
permanent
damaged
properly
Look back at the descriptions of the museums in
Prudy’s Problem and How She Solved It
and
“Meeting the Challenge of Collecting
”. Which museum do you think would be more interesting to visit? Why? State your opinion. Provide supporting evidence from both texts.
Look back at the descriptions of the museums in Prudy’s Problem and How She Solved It and “Meeting the Challenge of Collecting”. Which museum do you think would be more interesting to visit? Why? State your opinion. Provide supporting evidence from both texts.
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