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Title: Thunder Rose


1
Thunder Rose
  • Thunder Rose is a tall tale. A tall tale is a
    humorous story that tells about exaggerated or
    impossible events.

2
Thunder Rose
  • Thunder Rose is an amazing girl! As a baby she
    drank milk straight from the cow. Rose
    constructed a building of iron and wood at age
    nine, and she could rustle a wild steer with her
    own hands by twelve. Once, Rose calmed two
    churning tornadoes with the
  • song her parents sang for her as a baby. All in
    a days work for the girl with thunder in her
    veins.

3
Cause and Effect
  • An effect is what happened as the result of a
    cause. A cause is what made something happen.
  • Words such as why, because, and as a result are
    clues to cause-and-effect relationships.
  • If there are no clue words, ask yourself,
  •    Why did this event happen? Whathappened as a
    result of this event?

4
Cause and Effect
  • An effect may become the cause of another effect.

5
Strategy Monitor and Fix Up
  • Good readers make sure they understand what they
    are reading. If you dont understand how causes
    result in certain effects, pause. Ask yourself,
    What dont I understand? You might decide to
    review what youve read and read on to find out
    what happens.

6
Context Clues
  • When you are reading, you maycome across a
    familiar word used in an unfamiliar way. The word
    may be a homonym. Homonyms are spelled the same,
    but they have different meanings. For example,
    feet can be units of measurement or the end parts
    of the legs. You can use the context the words
    and sentences around the wordto figure out which
    meaning is being used.

7
Words to Know
  • branded marked by burning the skin
  • with a hot iron
  • constructed fitted together built
  • daintily with delicate beauty freshly
  • and prettily
  • devastation waste destruction
  • lullaby song for singing to a child

8
Words to Know
  • pitch thick, black, sticky substance
  • made from tar or turpentine
  • resourceful good at thinking of ways
  • to do things
  • thieving stealing
  • veins blood vessels that carry blood to
  • the heart from all parts of the body

9
Guided Reading Questions
  • Reread p. 48, paragraph 2. What do you learn
    about Rose?
  • Why does the author use slang, or informal
    language, in the dialogue?
  • Why did Rose's parents call her Thunder Rose?
  • Find an example of exaggeration on p. 51.

10
Guided Reading Questions
  • Use context clues to determinethe meaning of
    punctuateon p. 52, line 2.
  • Reread paragraph 1 on p. 52 and paragraph 1 on p.
    53. Based on these actions, how would you
    describe Rose?

11
Guided Reading Questions
  • What effect did Rose's lullaby have on Tater, the
    bull?
  • Reread paragraph 5 on p. 55. Why do you think
    Rose blushed when her ma praised her for being
    clever?
  • Think about what has happened so far in the
    story. What are some of Rose's accomplishments?
    If you have trouble recalling, review the story.

12
Guided Reading Questions
  • Think about what has happened so far in the
    story. What are some of Rose's accomplishments?
    If you have trouble recalling, review the story.
  • What does steer mean in paragraph 4 (page 56-57)?
    What clues helped you figure out the meaning?

13
Guided Reading Questions
  • What problems did the lack of rain cause?
  • Ive got to do something about this, Rose
    declared. What does this tell you about Rose?
  • What caused the storm? Why?

14
Guided Reading Questions
  • Why does the author use hyperbole by saying, "Her
    eyes flashed lightning. She bit down and gnashed
    thunder from her teeth," instead of just saying
    she was angry?
  • What problem did Rose face on p. 60?

15
Guided Reading Questions
  • How do you think Rose felt as she faced her
    challenge? Why?
  • How was this challenge different from the other
    challenges Rose faced? How was it the same?
  • Why do you think Rose's voice had the effect it
    did on the tornadoes?

16
Guided Reading Questions
  • What do you think the author means by the
    "bull's-eye that was set at the center of her
    heart" in the last sentence?
  • Think about the challenges Rose faced. Did Rose's
    challenges remind you of challenges faced by
    characters in other stories you've read?

17
Daily Fix-It
  • Do you know eny lullabys?
  • These songs puts babies to sleep?

18
Daily Fix-It
  • Whats the climet like where you live?
  • In Spring, we sometimes has tornadoes here.

19
Daily Fix-It
  • My sister write funny tall tails.
  • They are a laber of love for she.

20
Daily Fix-It
  • Alice is a storyteller she makes stories come to
    life.
  • The children were silint when she telled a ghost
    story.

21
Daily Fix-It
  • A horses hoofbeates soundlike drumming.
  • A stampeding, herd of cattel must sound like
    thunder.

22
Writing Prompt
  • Write a tall tale about an animal or a young
    person with a giant talent. Name the talent and
    list several incredible feats the hero performs.
    Create vivid pictures of events and characters
    using descriptive details and comparisons.

23
Resources
  • ReadWriteThink
  • Jerdine Nolen
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