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Title: Unit 3: Lesson 4


1
  • Unit 3 Lesson 4

2
Day 1 Word Knowledge
  • twenty twentieth thirty thirtieth forty
    fortieth
  • amaze amazing amazingly amazement
  • original originally originality
  • great greater greatest happy happier
    happiest
  • good better best flat flatter
    flattest
  • over alone noses most old

3
Day 1 Word Knowledge
  • Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest artists of
    the twentieth century.
  • It became much more colorful and flatter looking.
  • The thing that made Picasso such a great artist
    was his originality.
  • Most shoes will get old and worn over time.

4
What do these words have in common?
  • 1. twenty twentieth thirty thirtieth forty
    fortieth
  • cardinal numbers and their corresponding
    ordinal forms
  • 2. amaze amazing amazingly amazement
  • 3. original originally originality
  • sets of base words with suffixes added
  • 4. great greater greatest happy happier
    happiest
  • 5. good better best flat
    flatter flattest
  • comparatives with the suffixes er and est
    Note irregular comparative
  • Try using each word in a
    sentence.
  • Can you give examples of other
    comparatives?
  • (big/bigger/biggest,
    fast/faster/fastest, bad/worse/worst)

5
What sound are we focusing on this week?
  • over alone noses most old
  • These words are found in Picasso
  • They all practice the /o/ sound.
  • How is the /o/ sound spelled in each word?

6
Day 1 Word Knowledge
  • These sentences are from the selection you are
    about to read.
  • Who can identify the ordinal
    number word?

  • the words with suffixes?

  • the comparative words?

7
Day 1 Word Knowledge
  • Identify the words that contain the /o/ sound
    spelled o.
  • most, old, over

8
Prior Knowledge
  • What do you know about famous artists?
  • What do you know about Picasso?
  • What famous paintings or sculptures have you
    seen?
  • How do artists use imagination to create original
    works of art?
  • Why do people need art and how does it affect our
    lives?

9
Build Background
  • Picasso is now recognized as a great artist, but
    during his lifetime, some people struggled to
    understand his original ideas and new style. His
    work challenged people to think differently about
    painting.
  • A biography is the story of a real persons life
    written by someone else. It may cover the
    persons life from birth to death, a part of a
    persons life, or an important achievement or
    event.

10
Day 1 Vocabulary
  • encouraged
  • urged on gave hope or confidence to
  • style
  • a way of doing something
  • controversial
  • something causing a disagreement or argument
  • monuments
  • buildings, statues, or special structures that
    are made to honor a person or event
  • originality
  • ability to create something new, unusual, or
    different
  • scenery
  • painted scenes or hangings on a theater stage

11
  • encouraged
  • style
  • controversial
  • monuments
  • originality
  • scenery

Vocabulary
12
Focus Question
  • How can you turn something from your imagination
    into something that others can see, hear, touch,
    or taste?
  • Have you ever created an object from your
    imagination? Explain. If not, what would you
    like to create?

13
Picasso
Day 1 Read Aloud Comprehension Questions
  • How did Picasso use his imagination in his work?
  • He used his imagination to look at the world in
    new and exciting ways.
  • What do Picassos different styles of painting
    show you about this famous artist?
  • He was creating different styles and ways of
    working throughout his life.
  • What are some important differences between
    Picassos work during his Blue and Rose Periods?
  • During his Blue Period, Picasso felt sad, so he
    used the color blue to paint. During his Rose
    Period, he felt happier and he used happier
    colors.

14
Day 1 Plural Nouns
Language Arts
  • Plural Nouns name more than one person, place, or
    thing.
  • Most regular nouns add s
  • Regular nouns ending with s, ch, sh, ss, z, zz,
    or x, add es
  • Regular nouns ending with a consonant and y,
    change the y to i and add es
  • Some nouns are irregular and do not follow these
    rules

Lets name regular nouns you see in the
classroom, write the singular of each and then
change it to the plural.
15
Day 2 Word Knowledge
  • twenty twentieth thirty thirtieth forty
    fortieth
  • amaze amazing amazingly amazement
  • original originally originality
  • great greater greatest happy happier
    happiest
  • good better best flat flatter
    flattest
  • over alone noses most old

16
Day 2 Word Knowledge
  • Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest artists of
    the twentieth century.
  • It became much more colorful and flatter looking.
  • The thing that made Picasso such a great artist
    was his originality.
  • Most shoes will get old and worn over time.

17
Day 2 Word Knowledge
  • Choose a word and call out only the line and the
    position for the word in the line.
  • For example line 3, word 1
  • Select a classmate to read the word and use it in
    a sentence.
  • For example line 3, word 1 is original

18
Day 2 Vocabulary
  • encouraged urged on gave hope or confidence to
  • style a way of doing something
  • controversial something causing a disagreement
    or argument
  • monuments buildings, statues, or special
    structures that are made to honor a person or
    event
  • originality ability to create something new,
    unusual, or different
  • scenery painted scenes or hangings on a theater
    stage

19
  • encouraged
  • style
  • controversial
  • monuments
  • originality
  • scenery

Vocabulary
20
Vocabulary Practice
  • Match the vocabulary word with its correct
    definition.
  • encourage -a way of doing something
  • style -causes disagreement
  • controversial -make you feel you can do
    something
  • monument -new and unusual things
  • originality -a building or statue that
    honors a person or event

21
Vocabulary Practice
  • Tanyas new hair _____________ looks nice.
  • My mom ____________ me to study math facts.
  • This art work has a lot of _______________.
  • When Wendy wanted to pierce her nose, it was
    ______________because her parents disagreed.
  • We visited the Lincoln ______________ in
    Washington D.C..

22
Day 2 CD of story Comprehension Skill
Picasso
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Authors compare and contrast things to
    demonstrate the similarities and differences
    among two or more characters, places, ideas, or
    events.
  • Authors use clue words to indicate similarities
    and differences.
  • For example, to indicate

23
Compare and Contrast
  • Lets reflect on the different styles of
    Picassos paintings discussed in the biography.
  • Compare and contrast the different styles using
    clue words.

Lets practice Comparing and Contrasting in our
Comprehension Workbook p. 74-75
24
Picasso
Meet the Author
  • Why do you think author Mike Venezia chose
    Picasso as the subject for his childrens book?
  • He recognized that students would see and marvel
    at the vast contrast between realistic art and
    Picassos imaginative work.
  • Mike Venezia thinks learning about art and
    artists should be fun. What are some ways that
    he has tried to make learning about Picasso fun?
  • He wrote in a conversational style, which keeps
    the readers attention, despite the inclusion of
    many facts and details.
  • Why do you think Mike Venezia wants to open up
    the world of art to others especially children?
  • Art is his passion and he wants to share his
    love for art with everyone that he meets. He
    hopes that they will learn to love art just as he
    does.

25
Language Arts
Day 2 Plural Nouns
  • Identify the regular plurals and the irregular
    plurals.
  • The foxes napped in the warm sun.
  • Bees buzzed among the flowers.
  • Geese honked overhead and woke up the foxes.
  • The foxes ate their lunches of blueberries and
    sandwiches.
  • Turkeys gobbled up the crumbs afterwards.

26
Word Analysis
  • Look at Sound/Spelling Card 35
  • Read the word boat
  • Listen to the /o/
  • Read the words
  • sound bone go back tow shot
    goal note
  • Sort the words in the table on the right.

27
Word Analysis
Day 2 Multiple Meanings
  • Read the word style
  • What does style mean?
  • (a way of painting)
  • Many words have more than one meaning.
  • Can you find another definition for style in the
    dictionary?
  • (fashion)
  • Lets create sentences using style in its two
    different meanings.

Lets practice Multiple Meanings in our
Spelling Workbook p. 62-63
28
Phonics and Fluency
Day 3
  • spoil spoiled unspoiled cook precook
  • loyal disloyal courage encouraged
  • appear disappear focal bifocal
  • view review counted miscounted
  • -------------------------------------
  • He disappeared through the door.
  • Jamie uncoiled the precooked pasta.
  • He encouraged his son to paint and draw.

29
Phonics and Fluency
Day 3
  • What do these words practice?
  • These words provide practice with diphthongs and
    prefixes.
  • Who can remind us what a diphthong is?
  • Two consecutive vowels that appear in the same
    syllable. The sounds are blended together.
  • Who can identify the words with diphthongs?
  • spoil, spoiled, unspoiled, loyal,
    disloyal, counted, miscounted
  • - What are the words with prefixes?
  • - How is the base word changed when the
    prefix is added?

30
Phonics and Fluency
Day 3
  • Find a word with a diphthong and underline the
    diphthong.
  • Find a word with a prefix and circle the prefix.
  • How has the base word changed when the prefix was
    added?

31
Day 3 Vocabulary
  • encouraged urged on gave hope or confidence to
  • style a way of doing something
  • controversial something causing a disagreement
    or argument
  • monuments buildings, statues, or special
    structures that are made to honor a person or
    event
  • originality ability to create something new,
    unusual, or different
  • scenery painted scenes or hangings on a theater
    stage

32
Day 3 Lets practice these words with our
picture cards.
  • encouraged
  • style
  • controversial
  • monuments
  • originality
  • scenery

Vocabulary
33
Picasso
Day 3 Buddy Read Followed by Handing Off
  • When did Picasso start painting?
  • What were some of his major influences?
  • Why is he considered a great artist?
  • What was the name of the painting style he
    created?
  • Where can students see his work?

34
Language Arts
Day 3 Review plural nouns
  • Look at the painting of Saltimbanques.
  • With a partner list at least 5 things you see in
    the painting in the singular form.
  • Next to it write the plural form of each noun.

Dont forget the rules drop the y and add an i,
drop the final e, nouns ending with s, ch, sh,
ss, z, zz, or x, add es
35
Figurative Language
Day 3
  • Figurative Language uses words to make
    comparisons of different things to create
    pictures.
  • Three kinds of figurative language are
  • Similes use like or as
  • -Example He was as quiet as a mouse.
  • Metaphors dont use like or as.
  • -Example He was a bear.
  • Personification describes animals or things as
    if they were people.
  • -Example The goat said, Wait for me!
  • Lets practice figurative language in our
    Comprehension Workbook p. 78-79.

36
Word Analysis
Day3 Multiple Meanings
  • Read the word flatter
  • Picasso kept working with cubism and changed it
    over the years. It became much more colorful and
    flatter looking.
  • What does flatter mean in this sentence?
  • (smoother, more even)
  • Flatter can also mean to praise someone too
    much.
  • Lets come up with a sentence using flatter as it
    relates to the second definition.
  • Example The class tried to flatter the teacher
    so she would not assign any homework.

37
Word Analysis
Day 3 Spelling
  • What are the spellings for the /o/ sound?
  • o o_e _ow oa_ _oe
  • Lets think of things you might find at a beach
    that have the /o/ sound.
  • (boat, ocean)
  • Lets practice the /o/ sound in our Spelling
    Workbook p. 64-65

38
Phonics and Fluency
Day 4
  • spoil spoiled unspoiled cook precook
  • loyal disloyal courage encouraged
  • appear disappear focal bifocal
  • view review counted miscounted
  • -------------------------------------
  • He disappeared through the door.
  • Jamie uncoiled the precooked pasta.
  • He encouraged his son to paint and draw.

39
Phonics and Fluency
Day 4
  • Choose a word to highlight and use it in a
    sentence. (add a prepositional phrase to make it
    a SUPER sentence!)
  • Now, Ill give clues for some of the words, and
    lets see who can identify the word.

40
Dictation
  • Take out your dictation booklets and blue pens
    and lets begin our dictation!
  • If you need help, remember to ask
  • What is the spelling for the __ sound in
    _______?
  • Line 1 __________ ___________
  • Line 2 __________ ___________
  • Challenge word ________________
  • Sentence_________________________________________
    ______________________

41
Day 4 Lets practice matching words with
definitions on our pocket chart.
  • encouraged
  • style
  • controversial
  • monuments
  • originality
  • scenery

Vocabulary
42
Picasso
Day 4 Popcorn Read
  • Literary Elements
  • What do you know about biographies?
  • Remember they are nonfiction texts that tell
    about people who are alive or who actually lived
    at some time in the past.
  • Biographies are written in chronological sequence
    because they often tell the whole story of
    someones life.
  • Lets create a biography timeline that
    illustrates important events that happened in
    Pablo Picassos life.

43
View Fine Arts
Day 4
  • Turn to p. 236
  • Reflect on the painting, The Desk, by David
    Hockney.
  • Share your thoughts and reactions with the class.
  • The painting is an example of one of Hockneys
    many styles and techniques. He refers to his
    photo collages as joiners because several
    photographs are joined to create an image that
    captures time and movement simultaneously.
  • His collages were influenced by Picassos cubism.

44
Word Analysis
Day 4 Multiple Meanings
  • Read shocking
  • Picasso was always shocking people, but when he
    started painting people who had eyes and noses in
    the wrong places well, even some of his closest
    friends thought he had gone too far.
  • Get clues from the sentence to find one of the
    meanings of shocking.
  • (surprising, the unexpected)
  • What is another definition for shocking?
  • (a feeling of electricity)

45
Viewing Nonverbal Cues
  • Many television programs and films are made to
    express a certain idea.
  • Colors and shading help to establish the mood or
    feeling of the scene.
  • Bright and dark light reflect happy or sad
    scenes.
  • If you were a moviemaker what colors would you
    use around a happy scene?
  • (bright yellow, green, or blue, like the colors
    of a sunny day)
  • -around a sad scene?
  • (dark colors, like gray, or black like a
    rainy day)
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