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Title: IMAGINATION


1
IMAGINATIONThe Bremen Town MusiciansBy The
Brothers Grimm
  • Ms. Sheida
  • Third Grade
  • Wonderful Room 17

2
Write the Word. Find the Vowel Patterns. How many syllables? Split into syllables.
1. musician
2. location
3. emotion
4. attention
5. suggestion
6. elevation
7. concentration
8. mention
9. caution
10. notion
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Spelling WordsMultisyllabic Words Ending in
ian and tion
  1. musician
  2. location
  3. emotion
  4. attention
  5. suggestion
  6. elevation
  7. concentration
  8. mention
  9. caution
  10. notion

4
Raise your hand if you have read
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Snow White
  • Cinderella
  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Rapunzel
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Rumpelstiltskin

5
All of these stories were collected and written
down by THE BROTHERS GRIMM
  • Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were 2
    brothers born in Germany in the
    late 1700s.
  • The brothers spent their life working together by
    collecting stories, that today have become some
    of the most famous fairy tales.

6
The Bremen Town MusiciansVocabulary
7
Companions
  • Story Sentence (p.273)- So he (rooster) called
    down to his companions to tell them there must be
    a house not far off, because he could see a light
    shining.
  • My Sentence- My companions and I decided to
    enjoy the weekend by going to dinner and a movie.

8
Companions
  • Definition- friends, pals
  • Dictionary- p.
  • Synonym- friends, pals
  • Antonym- enemies
  • Part of Speech- noun


9
Fugitives
  • Story Sentence (p.271)- Then the three fugitives
    passed a farmyard.
  • My Sentence- The police were looking for the
    missing fugitive who had escaped prison a week
    ago.

10
Fugitives
  • Definition- people who are running away or trying
    to escape punishment.
  • Dictionary- p.
  • Synonym- criminals
  • Antonym- citizens, innocent
  • Part of Speech- noun

11
Lurking
  • Story Sentence (p.275)- When it was past
    midnight, and the robbers, lurking in the
    distance, saw that there was no light in the
    house anymore, and all seemed quiet, the robber
    chief said, We shouldnt have let ourselves be
    scared like that!
  • My Sentence- I was lurking behind the tree
    waiting for my sister, so that I could scare her.

12
Lurking
  • Definition- sneaking, secretly hiding.
  • Dictionary- p.
  • Synonym- hiding, waiting
  • Antonym- aware
  • Part of Speech- verb/adj.

13
Serenades
  • Story Sentence (p.271)- Come to Bremen with us!
    Youre used to singing serenades, so you can be a
    musician too.
  • My Sentence- The singer was serenading the
    listening couple at the show.

14
Serenades
  • Definition- songs that are sung to attract
    attention.
  • Dictionary- p.
  • Synonym- songs
  • Antonym- talk, rap
  • Part of Speech- noun

15
Hearth
  • Story Sentence (p.275)- The donkey lay down on
    the dungheap, the dong lay down behind the door,
    the cat lay in the warm ashes on the hearth, and
    the rooster settled on the beam at the top of the
    ceiling.
  • My Sentence- Taking a blanket and my book, I sat
    by the hearth as it rained outside.

16
Hearth
  • Definition- the floor of a fireplace, usually
    made of stone or brick.
  • Dictionary- p.
  • Synonym- fireplace, or furnace
  • Antonym- campfire
  • Part of Speech- noun

17
Roused Forecasting Amused
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The Bremen Town Musicians
  • Genre- Fairy Tale
  • Point of View- Third Person
  • Authors Purpose- Entertain
  • This story is a tale of imagination. It is
    about four unwanted animals who decide to travel
    together to the town of Bremen to become
    musicians. Along the way, they discover some
    robbers feasting on a delicious meal in a house
    in the forest. The four friends come up with a
    plan to scare the robbers away. They succeed, but
    then, the robbers come back

19
CLUES PROBLEMS WONDERINGS

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THE BROTHERS GRIMM
  • Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were 2
    brothers born in Germany in the
    late 1700s.
  • The brothers spent their life working together by
    collecting stories, that today have become some
    of the most famous fairy tales.

21
Reading Strategies(What Good Readers Do)
  • Visualizing- Imagine a picture in your mind.
  • Clarifying- Make sure you are understanding
  • Predicting- What do you think will happen next?

22
Visualizing
  • After p. 272
  • Forming images in my mind as I read not only
    helps me understand the authors message, but
    also adds to my enjoyment of the story. The
    Bremen Town Musicians is packed full of
    descriptive writing that helps me form pictures
    in my mind.
  • What images do yu see as you read these pages?

23
Clarifying
  • After p. 274
  • Good readers clarify while they read to figure
    out things that confuse them.
  • What does the word brayed mean?

24
Predicting
  • After p. 274
  • Predicting what will happen next in a story helps
    readers to order their thoughts and better
    understand the story.
  • I can tell from the illustration that the robbers
    left in such a hurry that they forgot to take
    their things with them. I predict that

25
Clarifying
  • After p. 277
  • Im confused. Why did the robbers think that the
    judge said, Cut the rogue in two? No one said
    that. Let me reread and think about this
  • (What is a rogue?)

26
Think About It!
  • Sometimes too much imagination is not a good
    thing.
  • What do you think of the robbers reaction to the
    noise outside the house?
  • What do you think of the robbers reaction to the
    animals inside the house?
  • Have you ever scared yourself because you mistook
    something harmless for something frightening?
    What happened? What did you do?

27
Discussion
  • Why is this story called The Bremen Town
    Musicians?
  • Who uses imagination in this story?
  • What do you learn about the power of imagination
    by reading this story?

28
ANIMAL PROBLEM TALENT
Donkey Greycoat He is too old to carry sticks. He plays the lute.



29
Write About It!
  • The Bremen Town Musicians is a fairy tale. What
    other fairy tales have you read? Write about your
    favorite one. Include a summary about what
    happened and why it is your favorite.
  • My favorite fairy tale is
  • In the fairy tale
  • It is my favorite because

30
The End!
  • Riddle-
  • What type of coat can only be put on when wet?
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