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Title: THEME Taking a Stand


1
THEME Taking a Stand
Unit 1 Day 1
  • The Pretty Pennies Picket


2
Word Structure
1a
Read the Words
Universal additional presidential natural
Words can be made up of several different
meaningful parts. What are the parts?
Identify and define the root words in line 1.
Prefixes are added to the beginning of root
words. Un- not Mis- wrong or bad Re- again
Suffixes are added to the end of root words. -ful
to be full of -ness sate of being
What characteristics do the words share?
They all end in al
What part of speech are the root words? How does
the part of speech change when adding al?
Use each word in a sentence.
3
Word Structure
Suffixes give information about the part of
speech of words. -al means relating to
Fictional Sandal
Which word contains the suffix al?
Fictional fictional relates to fiction while
sandal does not relate to sand.
FACT The English language has more words than
any other language, three times the amount of
words of the second-place language German.
4
Word Structure
Read the Words
Standing picketing skipping
moving
What do the words have in common?
They end in -ing
What is the difference between I stand and I was
standing?
Adding ing changes the tense of the word. I
stand. (present) I was standing. (past)
Write sentences using the words in line 2 and
their base word showing past and present tense.
5
Reading Read Aloud
Chief Joseph
What does taking a stand mean to you?
When have you taken a stand?
Who do you know who has taken a stand?
Have you read any books where the character had
to take a stand?
Genre Biography Biography-the story of a real
persons life that is written by another person.
Focus Questions What alternatives to war did
Chief Joseph practice in leading his people? What
was Chief Joseph really saying and to whom, when
he said, I will fight no more forever?
6
Reading
The Wallowa Valley was home to Chief Joseph's
band of the Nez Percé, a stunning land of forest
and rivers which they lost forever in 1877, when
they found themselves at war with the United
States.
7
Reading Listen as I Read
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Focus Questions What alternatives to war did
Chief Joseph practice in leading his people?
What was Chief Joseph really saying and to whom,
when he said, I will fight no more forever?
How does Chief Joseph relate to taking a stand?
8
Reading
How can young people take a stand? Have you ever
been part of a protest? Have you ever tried to
get your money back for something faulty?
Taking a Stand
Concept
Questions
9
NAME ________________________________
STORY TITLE _____________________________________
___________
10
Reading Warm-Up pages 20-21
1d
Read the vocabulary warm-up in you reader.
Try to figure out the definitions of the
highlighted words.
How did you figure out the definitions? Context
clues? Apposition? Word structure?
11
Copy the words and definitions in your binder
12
Reading
Pages 24-33
The Pretty Pennies Picket
  • Characters behave as real people do
  • Settings are or could be real
  • Events could happen in real life
  • Conflicts are similar to those in real life.

Genre Realistic Fiction
Big Idea How do people take a stand in their
everyday lives?
13
COMPREHENSION
  • 1.  Who is the main character?
  • 2.  Who started the Pretty Pennies Club, and why
    did she start the club?
  • 3. What was the club's usual activity?
  • 4.  How did Beth stop the girls from dropping her
    as president?
  • 5. Where does the story take place?
  • 6.   Who were the Tiger Hunters, and what message
    did they leave the Pretty Pennies?
  • 7.  What did the girls buy from the store that
    got ruined?
  • 8.  Name the person that convinced Beth to
    picket.
  • 9.  Did the town support the Penny Hunters
    cause?  Explain your answer.
  • 10. What did the club persuade Mr. Putterham to
    do?

14
Handing Off
Complete your graphic organizer.
Discussion Starters I didnt know that. This
selection made me think of I think this connects
to the theme because Your idea made me think
of I liked the part where I learned I disagree
with. because
15
Cause and Effect
The author presents ideas, events in time, or
facts as causes and the resulting effect(s) or
facts that happen as a result of an event.
if/then reasons why as a result
therefore because consequently since
so that for hence due to thus this
led to
16
Cause and Effect Structure
  • How many of you left the house a little later
    than you planned today? Why? What was the cause?
    What was the result or effect.
  • Example
  • Many Bald eagles were killed by pesticides and
    illegal hunting. As a result, they were in danger
    of becoming extinct.

Write 3 cause and effect sentences from the
Pretty Pennies Picket.
17
Writing
Language Arts Handbook p. 18-19
18
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19
Prewriting
20
Drafting
There are many benefits to playing sports. There
are mental, physical, and social benefits to
playing sports. A mental benefit is self
discipline. Another benefit is self esteem.
There are mental, physical, and social benefits
to playing sports. The mental advantages of
being involved in sports is an increase in
self-esteem and self-discipline.
21
Prewriting
Skills Practice 1 pages 9-10
22
Spelling skills practice 1 pages 3-4
Copy spelling words in your binder.
Forgetting Gigantic Insincere Irritated Mature Pro
posal Quitting Refraining Substantial universal
Admitting Ancient Antique Approval Containing Crit
ical Devious Directing Enraged festival
Challenge Words Aerial Coincidental Gurgling Habit
ual Provoking
23
WORKSHOPS
Writing/Language Area
Reading Area Leveled Reader
Computer Area Wiki assignment
R.A.F.T
Art Area Create a slogan for
the pretty pennies club. Design a T-shirt for the
club, include the following Club name Logo
slogan
Spelling Area
Word wizard index cards 20 cards per group from
spelling words
Listening Area To Kill a Mocking Bird
24
Word Structure
Unit 1 Day 2
Read the words
Feeling meeting talking running
What do the words have in common?
Inflectional endings do not change the meaning of
a root word, but they can change things such as
number or tense.
The words in line 3 are gerunds (verb forms that
act as nouns)
Example Talking about my friend made me feel
happy. Talking is a gerund in the
sentence and also acts as the subject.
Gerund Phrase- a group of words containing the
gerund and its modifiers.
Use each gerund in a sentence.
25
Word Structure
Read the words
Asked gabbed told explained
Words have different shades of meaning. Example
Talked babbled.mumbled. whined.
Delilah was talking to Josh, and he was having a
hard time hearing her. Which word would be more
appropriate in the sentence?
26
Reading
Pages 34-43
The Pretty Pennies Picket
  • Characters behave as real people do
  • Settings are or could be real
  • Events could happen in real life
  • Conflicts are similar to those in real life.

How are these present in the story?
Big Idea How do people take a stand in their
everyday lives?
27
COMPREHENSION
  • 1.   Why does Elizabeth start the Pretty Pennies
    Club, and what do clubs accomplish according to
    Beth?
  • 2.   Describe Elizabeth's personality support
    your answer with examples from the story.
  • 3.   What is Beth's goal in life?
  • 4.   What clues does the author give the reader
    to show that Mr. Putterham is a difficult person
    to deal with?  (give two or three)
  • 5.   Name some ways Beth makes money for her
    future education.
  • 6.   Why did Beth believe Mr. Putterham would
    give the money back to them?
  • 7.   How did Phillip respond to Beth being
    upset?  What is their relationship like?
  • 8.   Give two clues that help the reader figure
    out the story's setting.
  • 9.   Why is it important to learn how to take a
    stand?
  • 10. Write a summary of the Pretty Pennies Picket 
    (GIST)

28
NAME ________________________________
STORY TITLE _____________________________________
___________
29
Handing Off
Discussion Starters I didnt know that. This
selection made me think of I think this connects
to the theme because Your idea made me think
of I liked the part where I learned I disagree
with. because
30
Reading
Analogies help you understand the relationships
of words. Analogies----- simpleeasy as
harddifficult
Chicken ________ as piranhafish
fowl
Appositives rename nouns. Appositive-define
another noun that comes before it. Ex. My
father, Steven Steven in the appositive in the
sentence.
31
Reading fluency
  • Go to pages 42-43 in your Student Reader.
  • GOOD READERS.
  • Read with expression
  • Give emphasis to italicized words
  • Pause before and after dashes

32
Writing Prewriting
  • Know your audience
  • Who will listen to or read my writing?
  • What, if anything, does my audience know about
    this topic?
  • What is the best way to organize and present my
    ideas to interest this particular audience?
  • Do I need to adjust my vocabulary or language to
    better communicate with this audience?

What is the intended audience for Greenes work?
Justify your answer.
33
Pretty Pennies Picket D.A.R.E.
AFTER READING PRETTY PENNIES PICKET, USE THE D.A.R.E. PROTOCAL TO WRITE A PERSUASIVE PARAGRAPH TO THE STORE OWNER CONVINCING HIM TO RETURN THE MONEY FOR THE FAULTY SHIRTS.
  •    D.A.R.E.
  • Develop a persuasive position statement
  • Add supporting facts
  • Report and refute opposite facts or ideas
  • End with a strong conclusion

How many ways can you think of that young people
take a stand? What do you imagine a protest
would be like? What could happen if you try to
get your money back for something faulty?
34
Reading Skills Practice 1 page 1-2
35
WORKSHOPS
Writing/Language Area
Reading Area Leveled Reader
Computer Area Wiki assignment
R.A.F.T
Art Area Create a slogan for
the pretty pennies club. Design a T-shirt for the
club, include the following Club name Logo
slogan
Spelling Area
Word wizard index cards 20 cards per group from
spelling words
Listening Area To Kill a Mocking Bird
36
Word Structure
Unit 1 Day 3
Universal additional presidential natural
Use the words in line 1 to write sentences that
show the meaning of the words.
37
Reading Author and Illustrator
Pages 44-45
The Pretty Pennies Picket
Focus Questions What alternatives to war did
Chief Joseph practice in leading his people? What
was Chief Joseph really saying and to whom, when
he said, I will fight no more forever?
Big Idea How do people take a stand in their
everyday lives?
38
Reading Cause and Effect
Cause answers the question Why Effect answers
the question what happened
List the cause and effect behind the picket
cause and effect ball toss
39
Reading Clarifying
Confusing words or phrases
Readers sometimes get confused and need words,
ideas, or passages clarified.
What to do? Reread the words around the unknown
words. (Context Clues)
Ruffled my feathers what clues help you figure
out this phrase?
Write a paragraph clarifying another confusing
word, idea, or phrase in the story.
40
Reading Elements
Mood is the atmosphere or feeling of a
story. What feelings did you have while reading
the story?
Sequence is putting events in a logical
order. First.Next.Then.Finally.
41
Writing
Skills practice 1 page 5-6
Homework skills practice 1 page 11 Skills
practice 1 page 12
42
WORKSHOPS
Writing/Language Area
Reading Area Leveled Reader
Computer Area Wiki assignment
R.A.F.T
Art Area Create a slogan for
the pretty pennies club. Design a T-shirt for the
club, include the following Club name Logo
slogan
Spelling Area
Word wizard index cards 20 cards per group from
spelling words
Listening Area To Kill a Mocking Bird
43
Word Structure
Unit 1 Day 4
Standing picketing skipping
moving
Feeling meeting talking running
Write sentence with words in lines 2 and
3. Sentences should contain gerunds and
inflectional ending ing.
Provide different shades of meaning for the
following words Smile Ran laugh
44
Reading Inquiry
Asking questions
How can the Pretty Pennies protest be a model
for students to follow when taking a stand?
45
Reading Inquiry
Read pages 46-48
Complete the Think Link
How does this connect to the theme? Name other
public figures that have taken a stand against
injustice.
46
Writing
Skills practice 1 pages 13-14
Sequence Create a story page with 6 sections
sequencing the main events of the story.
47
Writing editing write correctly
48
WORKSHOPS
Writing/Language Area
Reading Area Leveled Reader
Computer Area Wiki assignment
R.A.F.T
Art Area Create a slogan for
the pretty pennies club. Design a T-shirt for the
club, include the following Club name Logo
slogan
Spelling Area
Word wizard index cards 20 cards per group from
spelling words
Listening Area To Kill a Mocking Bird
49
Word Structure
Unit 1 Day 5
Universal additional presidential
natural
Standing picketing skipping moving
Feeling meeting talking running
Asked gabbed told explained
Review vocabulary words
What is the meaning of the suffix al? What does
the inflectional mean ing do to a word? What is
a gerund? What are shades of meaning?
50
NAME ________________________________
STORY TITLE _____________________________________
___________
51
Spelling Test

Assessments
Reading Test Lesson Assessment Book 1 Pages 1-8
52
Theme
  • Text Rendering
  • Create 3 different picket signs with Popsicle
    stick protesting for the pretty pennies.
  • A sentence
  • A phrase
  • A word.
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