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Big Question: How can paleontologists help us understand the past? AUTHOR: BARBARA KERLEY GENRE: BIOGRAPHY Small Group Timer Review Games Story Sort

Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Word s Spelling Words Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ excuse scene muscle

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understand the past? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words More Words to Know erected

anatomy foundations mold dignitaries occasion proportion fossils tidied workshop

sandstone monumental paleontologists Monday Question of the Day How can paleontologists help us understand the past?

Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Fact and Opinion Predict Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Phrasing

Grammar: Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Spelling: Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ Dinosaurs and Paleontology Fluency Model Phrasing Fluency: Model Phrasing Listen as I read Graveyards of the Dinosaurs. As I read, notice how I group words

together to reflect the intended meaning of the text. Be ready to answer questions after I finish. Fluency: Model Phrasing Read the first introductory sentence. Is this a statement of fact or opinion? Why? The author compares paleontologists work to grunt work. Is this a statement of fact or opinion? Why?

Concept Vocabulary fossils the hardened remains or traces of something that lived in a former age paleontologists scientists who study the forms of life in prehistoric time sandstone a sedimentary rock made mostly of sand (Next Slide) fossils

paleontologists sandstone Concept Vocabulary ( T O A D D I N F O R M AT I O N T O T H E G R A P H I C O R G A N I Z E R , C L I C K O N E N D S H O W, T Y P E I N Y O U R N E W I N F O R M AT I O N , A N D S AV E Y O U R C H A N G E S . ) Build Concept Vocabulary fossils, paleontologists, sandstone

People Dinosaurs and Paleontology Evidence Fact and Opinion, Predict Turn to page 316 - 317. Prior Knowledge What do you know about dinosaurs?

K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?) Prior Knowledge This weeks audio is about the

making of a dinosaur model. After we listen, we will discuss whether you would like to make a dinosaur model. Why or why not? Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words erected put up; built foundations parts on which the other parts rest for support; bases

mold a hollow shape in which anything is formed, cast, or solidified occasion a special event Vocabulary Words proportion a proper relation among parts tidied put in order; made neat workshop space of building where work is done More Words to Know

anatomy structure of a living thing dignitaries people who have positions of honor monumental very great (Next Slide) erected foundations mold

occasion workshop anatomy dignitaries Grammar Principle Parts of Irregular Verbs have you saw the dinosaur

exhibit Have you seen the dinosaur exhibit? its displays includes every dinosaur I ever knowed about Its displays include every dinosaur I ever knew about. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Waterhouse threw open the doors to his workshop. The verb throw is irregular. It

does not use ed to form its past and past participle forms. It has a different spelling for each form: throw, threw, (have) thrown. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Usually you add ed to a verb to show past tense. Irregular verbs do not follow this rule. Instead of having ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs usually change to other words.

Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Present Tense: We see a model dinosaur. Present Participle: We are seeing a model dinosaur. Past Tense: We saw a model dinosaur. Past Participle: We have seen a model dinosaur.

Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense become (am, is, are) becoming

begin (am, is, are) beginning buy (am, is, are) buying bought (has, have, had) bought

do (am, is, are) doing did (has, have, had) done freeze (am, is, are) freezing

froze (has, have, had) frozen go (am, is, are) going went (has, have, had) gone am/is/are

know (am, is, are) being (am, is, are) knowing became Past Participle began was/wer

e knew (has, have, had) become (has, have, had) begun (has, have, had) been (has, have, had) known Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs

Identify the principal part of the underlined verb. We are seeing enormous models of T. rex. present participle Have you thought much about these fierce animals? past participle Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.

The models freeze them in time and space. present Suddenly, the models began moving! past Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Identify the principal part of the underlined verb. My cousins buy a small model. present

They have become dinosaur fans. past participle Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Write the sentence using the principle part of the underlined verb in ( ). Dinosaurs are popular with children for years. (past participle) Dinosaurs have been popular with children for years. Many children make dinosaur

models. (past participle) Many children have made dinosaur models. Spelling Words Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ excuse scene muscle explore pledge

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dodge smudge schooner extraordinary reminisce acknowledge prejudice allergic Tuesday Question of the Day

Why did Waterhouse want to build dinosaurs? Today we will learn about: Context Clues Fact and Opinion Predict Main Idea and Details

Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Spelling: Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ Time for Science: Dinosaur Extinction Dinosaurs and Paleontology Vocabulary Strategy: Homonyms

Pages 318 - 319. The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins Pages 320 - 327. Fluency Echo Reading Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page 326, the last three paragraphs. As I read, notice how I use

punctuationcommas, colons, and dashesas clues for appropriate phrasing. We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of these paragraphs. Grammar Principle Parts of Irregular Verbs the sientist speaked about dinosaur bones and fossils

The scientist spoke about dinosaur bones and fossils. them bones are bigger than any i have seed Those bones are bigger than any I have seen. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Some principal parts of a verb are the present, past, and past participle. An irregular verb does not add ed

to form the past tense. Most irregular verbs have different spellings for the past and the past participle. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense

become (am, is, are) becoming begin (am, is, are) beginning buy (am, is, are) buying

bought (has, have, had) bought do (am, is, are) doing did (has, have, had) done

freeze (am, is, are) freezing froze (has, have, had) frozen go (am, is, are) going

went (has, have, had) gone am/is/are know (am, is, are) being (am, is, are) knowing became

Past Participle began was/wer e knew (has, have, had) become (has, have, had) begun (has, have, had) been

(has, have, had) known Spelling Words Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ excuse scene muscle explore pledge journal

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smudge schooner extraordinary reminisce acknowledge prejudice allergic Wednesday Question of the Day Why do you think the

public was so excited to see Waterhouses dinosaur exhibit? Today we will learn about: Fact and Opinion Predict Context

Main Clues Idea Vocabulary Fluency: Phrasing

Grammar: Spelling: Time Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ for Science: Fossils

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs and Paleontology The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins Pages 328 - 338. Fluency

Model Phrasing Fluency: Model Phrasing Turn to page 332-333. As I read, notice how reading with appropriate phrasing helps you better understand the meaning of the text. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings. Grammar

Principle Parts of Irregular Verbs how does the sculptor make a muscel on a jigantic model How does the sculptor make a muscle on a gigantic model? the artist had drawn a sene of dinosaurs, and prehistoric plants The artist had drawn a scene of dinosaurs and prehistoric plants. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs

Some principal parts of a verb are the present, past, and past participle. An irregular verb does not add ed to form the past tense. Most irregular verbs have different spellings for the past and the past participle. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Present

Tense Present Participle Past Tense become (am, is, are) becoming begin

(am, is, are) beginning buy (am, is, are) buying bought (has, have, had) bought do

(am, is, are) doing did (has, have, had) done freeze (am, is, are) freezing froze (has, have, had)

frozen go (am, is, are) going went (has, have, had) gone am/is/are know (am, is, are) being

(am, is, are) knowing became Past Participle began was/wer e knew

(has, have, had) become (has, have, had) begun (has, have, had) been (has, have, had) known Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Past forms of irregular verbs are not used with a helping

verb, but past participle forms are: No: He has went. It has broke. Yes: He has gone. It has broken. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by correcting errors in use of past and past participle forms.

Spelling Words Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ excuse scene muscle explore pledge journal science schedule gigantic

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extraordinary reminisce acknowledge prejudice allergic Thursday Question of the Day What might paleontologists learn about the dinosaurs that might be helpful in todays world?

Today we will learn about: Interview/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Spelling: Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ Time for Science: Paleontology A Model Scientist Pages 340 - 345.

Fluency Partner Reading Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 332-333. Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with appropriate phrasing, using punctuation as a guide, and offer each other feedback.

Grammar Principle Parts of Irregular Verbs scientists have wrote many books on dinosaurs Scientists have written many books on dinosaurs. They have telled how new discoverys were made They have told how new discoveries were made.

Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Some principal parts of a verb are the present, past, and past participle. An irregular verb does not add ed to form the past tense. Most irregular verbs have different spellings for the past and the past participle. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs

Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense become (am, is, are) becoming begin

(am, is, are) beginning buy (am, is, are) buying bought (has, have, had) bought do

(am, is, are) doing did (has, have, had) done freeze (am, is, are) freezing froze

(has, have, had) frozen go (am, is, are) going went (has, have, had) gone am/is/are know

(am, is, are) being (am, is, are) knowing became Past Participle began was/wer e knew

(has, have, had) become (has, have, had) begun (has, have, had) been (has, have, had) known Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Test Tip: Irregular verbs do not add

ed to form the past tense. Some irregular verbs have the same spelling in the past tense and the past participle tense. No: He telled her the truth. Yes: He told her the truth. Yes: He has told her the truth. Spelling Words Consonant Sounds /j/, /ks/, /sk/, and /s/ excuse scene

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Question of the Day How can paleontologists help us understand the past? Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Fact and Opinion Steps in a Process Context Clues Grammar: Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Spelling: Consonant Sounds /j//, /ks/, /sk/,

and /s/ Schedule Dinosaurs and Paleontology Fact and Opinion You can prove a statement of fact true or false. You can do this by using your own knowledge, asking an expert, or checking a reference source such as an encyclopedia, a nonfiction text, or a dictionary. A statement of opinion gives ideas or

feelings, not facts. It cannot be proved true or false. A sentence may contain both a statement of fact and a statement of Steps in a Process Steps in a Process means recognizing and being able to retell the order of steps required to accomplish something. Steps in a Process is a type of sequence in which something happens or something is made in a predictable

way. Steps in a Process usually involves people doing or making something. Context Clues & Homonyms Homonyms are words that sound the same but have different histories and meanings. Context clues can help you figure out the meanings of unfamiliar homonyms. Complete a word web with homonyms from The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins. Write the different meanings

of the word in a web and put a star next to the meaning that is intended in Homonyms spik e Homonyms scale s Homonyms

cast s Homonyms nut s Schedule How could you find out when a bus leaves one station and arrives at another?

A schedule is a kind of table that provides information about time and events. Schedule A schedule contains information arranged in rows and columns. Rows are horizontal. Columns are vertical. You match the information in the rows and columns to read the schedule. A cell is the box in the table where

the row and column meet. Grammar Principle Parts of Irregular Verbs hawkins became famus for his dinosaur modles Hawkins became famous for his dinosaur models. he brought dinosaurs to the public and people was fascinated

He brought dinosaurs to the public, and people were fascinated. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Some principal parts of a verb are the present, past, and past participle. An irregular verb does not add ed to form the past tense. Most irregular verbs have different spellings for the past and the past

participle. Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense become (am, is, are)

becoming begin (am, is, are) beginning buy (am, is, are) buying bought (has, have, had)

bought do (am, is, are) doing did (has, have, had) done freeze (am, is, are) freezing

froze (has, have, had) frozen go (am, is, are) going went (has, have, had) gone

am/is/are know (am, is, are) being (am, is, are) knowing became Past Participle began

was/wer e knew (has, have, had) become (has, have, had) begun (has, have, had) been (has, have, had) known

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