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					The Empty Pot
          Open Court
         Unit 5 Lesson 5
              Day 1
    Created by: Jennifer Allen
Word Knowledge

1: emperor burst perfume person
Word Knowledge

2: sprout   soil   flower   boy
Word Knowledge

3: worried   issued   tended   transferred
Word Knowledge

4: I’ve   didn’t   won’t   you’re




    *Remember that the apostrophe takes the
    place of the letters that were removed.
Word Knowledge

5: bloom   choose   news   grew
Word Knowledge

6: bigger   happiest   higher   slowest




    •Comparatives compare two things
    •Superlatives compare three or more
Word Knowledge

S1: She wrapped the food in foil.

Can you find the /oo/ sound?
Word Knowledge

S2: I couldn’t hear over the noise.

Can you find the contraction?
Word Knowledge
S3: All the other flowers were bigger.

Can you find the comparative?

Create new sentences using the words…
  bigger
  happiest
  higher
  slowest
Word Knowledge
1: emperor burst perfume person
2: sprout soil flower boy
3: worried issued tended transferred
4: I’ve didn’t won’t you’re
5: bloom choose news grew
6: bigger happiest higher slowest
Choose a word to use in a sentence.
Extend the sentence using who? what? when?
where? how? and why?
Build Background

 What did you like about the folktales that we
 read in earlier units?
 What characteristics do folktales have?
 “The Empty Pot” is a Chinese folktale that
 takes place long ago when an emperor ruled
 China.
 The author and illustrator if the story was
 interested in the Chinese people’s feelings for
 simple things.
Preview and Prepare

 Look at the title, the pictures, and the words.
 Look for clues, problems, and wonderings.
 Be ready to share with the class.
Vocabulary Strategies
  Word Structure
    Look at the prefixes and suffixes, base words and
    root words that make up the word
  Apposition
    When the definition of the word is found in the
    sentence, usually set off by commas
  Context Clues
    Using the other words and phrases in the sentence
    to give you a clue about what an unknown word
    means
successor

  He needed to choose a successor to the
  throne.
successor

  He needed to choose a successor to the
  throne.
  The king’s successor, the one who follows him
  to the throne, is the prince.
successor

  He needed to choose a successor to the
  throne.
  The king’s successor, the one who follows him
  to the throne, is the prince.
  Definition: a person who comes next
successor

  The successor to Mufasa’s throne is Simba.
swarmed

 Children from all over the country swarmed
 to the palace to get their flower seeds.
swarmed

 Children from all over the country swarmed
 to the palace to get their flower seeds.
 The bees swarmed out of the hive.
swarmed

 Children from all over the country swarmed
 to the palace to get their flower seeds.
 The bees swarmed out of the hive.
 Definition: to move in a large group.
swarmed

 The children swarmed out of the school when
 the bell rang.
ashamed

 Ping was ashamed of his empty pot.
ashamed

 Ping was ashamed of his empty pot.
 She felt ashamed when she failed the test.
ashamed

 Ping was ashamed of his empty pot.
 She felt ashamed when she failed the test.

 Definition: to feel upset or guilty because one
 has done something wrong or has failed
ashamed

 The puppy was ashamed that he got into the
 trash.
worthy

 I have found the one person worthy of being
 emperor.
worthy

 I have found the one person worthy of being
 emperor.
 Our teacher is worthy of the high award.
worthy

 I have found the one person worthy of being
 emperor.
 Our teacher is worthy of the high award.

 Definition: deserving
worthy

 The horse was worthy of winning the prize.
admire

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
admire

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
 I admire my parents because they always try
 to help me.
admire

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
 I admire my parents because they always try
 to help me.

 Definition: to approve or respect
admire

 Many people admire Audrey Hepburn’s
 beauty.
courage

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
courage

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
 It takes courage to do something when you are
 afraid.
courage

 I admire Ping’s great courage to appear before
 me with the empty truth.
 It takes courage to do something when you are
 afraid.

 Definition: the strength to overcome fear
courage

 The Wizard of Oz gave the lion a medal for
 showing courage.
Comprehension Strategies
 Asking Questions
   Who? What? When? Where? How? Why?
 Making Connections
   This part reminds me of…
      Text to self
      Text to World
      Text to Text
 Making Predictions
   I think ______ will happen because _____ just happened.
 Summarizing
   In your own words
   Only the most important parts
Guess the
Covered Word
   Spelling Unit 5 Lesson 5
          Created by
        Joanne Whitley
    Adapted by Jennifer Allen
Say the word as the arrow points
             to it.
            higher
            highest
            slower
            slowest
            happier
Say the word as the arrow points
             to it.
            sillier
            biggest
            silliest
            bigger
            happiest
A mountain is higher than a hill.
A mountain is higher than a hill.
The highest mountain is
Everest.
The highest mountain is
Everest.
A snail is slower than a crab.
A snail is slower than a crab.

                      Finish
The runner in the blue shirt
was the slowest.
The runner in the blue shirt
was the slowest.
Good grades make me
happier.
Good grades make me
happier.
The tall clown was sillier.
The tall clown was sillier.
The elephant was the biggest
animal at the zoo.
The elephant was the biggest
animal at the zoo.
The silliest clown had a
red nose.
The silliest clown had a
red nose.
Cats are bigger than mice.
Cats are bigger than mice.
I am happiest at recess.
I am happiest at recess.
highest
slowest
sillier
silliest
happiest
higher
slower
happier
biggest
bigger
Mickey says, “You did A-OK!”
Apostrophes and Colons
 Apostrophes and colons are two types of punctuation
 marks.
 Apostrophes are used when making contractions or
 forming possessives.
    Example: I am  I’m
    Example: shoes that belong to Cindy  Cindy’s shoes
 Colons are used to introduce a list or to separate the
 hour and minutes when time is written in numerals.
    Example: I need the following items at the store: milk,
    bread, and fruit.
    Example: Meet me at 10:30.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

Im going to read an adventure story next.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

I’m going to read an adventure story next.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

To make these cookies you need the following
  flour, sugar, and butter.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

To make these cookies you need the following:
  flour, sugar, and butter.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

The cookies will be done at exactly 720 P.M.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

The cookies will be done at exactly 7:20 P.M.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

The ballerinas shoes were red.
Let’s Practice!

Can you find where the apostrophe or colon
  should go?

The ballerina’s shoes were red.
The Empty Pot
      Open Court
     Unit 5 Lesson 5
          Day 2
Word Knowledge

1: emperor burst perfume person
Word Knowledge

2: sprout   soil   flower   boy
Word Knowledge

3: worried   issued   tended   transferred
Word Knowledge

4: I’ve   didn’t   won’t   you’re




    *Remember that the apostrophe takes the
    place of the letters that were removed.
Word Knowledge

5: bloom   choose   news   grew
Word Knowledge

6: bigger   happiest   higher   slowest




    •Comparatives compare two things
    •Superlatives compare three or more
Word Knowledge

S1: She wrapped the food in foil.

Can you find the /oo/ sound?
Word Knowledge

S2: I couldn’t hear over the noise.

Can you find the contraction?
Word Knowledge
S3: All the other flowers were bigger.

Can you find the comparative?

Create new sentences using the words…
  bigger
  happiest
  higher
  slowest
successor

  A person who comes next
swarmed

 To move in a large group
ashamed

 To feel upset or guilty because one has done
 something wrong or has failed
worthy

 deserving
admire

 To approve or respect
courage

 The strength to overcome fear
 Synonyms
Choose the word that means the same or about the
   same as the underlined word.
1. The little girl was ashamed of her bad
   behavior.
  a. bold
  b. shameless
  c. embarrassed
2. Only Ping was worthy of becoming emperor.
  a. dishonorable
  b. deserving
  c. unworthy
Comprehension Strategies
 Asking Questions
   Who? What? When? Where? How? Why?
 Making Connections
   This part reminds me of…
      Text to self
      Text to World
      Text to Text
 Making Predictions
   I think ______ will happen because _____ just happened.
 Summarizing
   In your own words
   Only the most important parts
Discussing Strategy Use

  What connections did you make between the
  reading and what you already know?
  What questions did you ask as you read?
  How did you summarize as you read?
  How did you make, confirm, and revise
  predictions as you read?
Word Sort

    Comparative   Superlative
     higher       highest
     slower       slowest
     happier      biggest
     sillier      silliest
     bigger       happiest
Suffixes
 Suffixes are syllables that are added to the end
 of a word to change the meaning of the word
 This week we are focusing on –er and –est
 -er may mean “more”
 Words ending in –er are called comparatives
 because they compare 2 things
 -est may mean “most”
 Words ending in –est are called superlatives
 because they compare 3 or more things
Apostrophes and Colons

 Remember that apostrophes and colons are
 two types of punctuation marks.
 Apostrophes are used when forming
 contractions or possessives.
 Colons are used to introduce a list or to
 separate the hour and minute when writing
 the time.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

My mothers cookies always taste better than
 mine.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

My mother’s cookies always taste better than
 mine.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

We have lunch together every Saturday at 1130.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

We have lunch together every Saturday at
 11:30.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

I dont like egg salad.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

I don’t like egg salad.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

Heres what I do like cheese, chocolate, and
 chips.
Let’s Practice!

Can you tell where the apostrophes and colons
  should go?

Here’s what I do like: cheese, chocolate, and
 chips.
The Empty Pot
      Open Court
     Unit 5 Lesson 5
          Day 3
Word Knowledge

1: emperor burst perfume person
Word Knowledge

2: sprout   soil   flower   boy
Word Knowledge

3: worried   issued   tended   transferred
Word Knowledge

4: I’ve   didn’t   won’t   you’re




    *Remember that the apostrophe takes the
    place of the letters that were removed.
Word Knowledge

5: bloom   choose   news   grew
Word Knowledge

6: bigger   happiest   higher   slowest




    •Comparatives compare two things
    •Superlatives compare three or more
Word Knowledge

S1: She wrapped the food in foil.

Can you find the /oo/ sound?
Word Knowledge

S2: I couldn’t hear over the noise.

Can you find the contraction?
Word Knowledge
S3: All the other flowers were bigger.

Can you find the comparative?
Selection Vocabulary

  successor: a person who comes next
  swarmed: to move in a large group
  ashamed: to feel upset or guilty because one
  has done something wrong or has failed
  worthy: deserving
  admire: to approve or respect
  courage: the strength to overcome fear
Antonyms

Choose the word that means the opposite of the
   underlined word.
1. Ping showed courage by coming to the
   emperor with an empty pot.
   a. bravery
   b. cowardice
   c. fearlessness
Comprehension Skills

 Making Inferences
   Use the clues that the author gives you along with
   what you already know to make decisions about
   characters and events in the story.
 Sequence
   Look for key time and order words to put the
   events in order.
   First, next, then, last, finally
Checking Comprehension

 Why is everyone except Ping able to bring
 flowers to the Emperor?
 How does Ping follow the Emperor’s
 proclamation to “show their best”?
 Do you think Ping was brave?
Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe
Suffixes

  Add the comparative and superlative endings
  to the following words:
    tan
    fancy
    flat
    quiet
    sunny
Apostrophes and Colons

 Remember that apostrophes take the place of
 letters that have been taken out when making
 a contraction.
 When a contraction is formed with the word
 not, the o is left out and is replaced by an
 apostrophe.
   Example: does not  doesn’t
The Empty Pot
      Open Court
     Unit 5 Lesson 5
          Day 4
Word Knowledge

1: emperor burst perfume person
Word Knowledge

2: sprout   soil   flower   boy
Word Knowledge

3: worried   issued   tended   transferred
Word Knowledge

4: I’ve   didn’t   won’t   you’re




    *Remember that the apostrophe takes the
    place of the letters that were removed.
Word Knowledge

5: bloom   choose   news   grew
Word Knowledge

6: bigger   happiest   higher   slowest




    •Comparatives compare two things
    •Superlatives compare three or more
Word Knowledge

S1: She wrapped the food in foil.

Can you find the /oo/ sound?
Word Knowledge

S2: I couldn’t hear over the noise.

Can you find the contraction?
Word Knowledge
S3: All the other flowers were bigger.

Can you find the comparative?
Silly
Riddles
gnaw
school
something
through
wasn’t
from
are
does
give
some
to
what
you
your
full
said
they
today
two
were
where
who
come
every
many
of
wants
have
there
into
was
one
one’s
put
their
again
together
could
do
laugh
laughed
lives
want
would
pretty
done
any
pulled
wanted
laughs
once
been
one
theirs
Selection Vocabulary

  successor: a person who comes next
  swarmed: to move in a large group
  ashamed: to feel upset or guilty because one
  has done something wrong or has failed
  worthy: deserving
  admire: to approve or respect
  courage: the strength to overcome fear
Additional Vocabulary

 tended: to watch over and care for
 proclamation: a public and official
 announcement
 issued: to send out
 succeed: to follow or replace someone in
 power
 transferred: to move from one place to
 another
 exclaimed: to cry out
Handing Off
 Ping was ashamed of his empty pot. Why did he
 present it to the Emperor anyway?
 How did the Emperor know that Ping deserved to be
 Emperor?
 Were you surprised by the ending? Why? Did any
 other stories we’ve read surprise you at the end?
 Explain.
 How might the story have been different had Ping
 not been honest?
 Have you ever needed courage when you didn’t
 think your best was good enough? What happened?
 What does “The Empty Pot” add to what you already
 know about courage?
Meet the Author and Illustrator

  What message do you think Demi wants you
  to get from reading “The Empty Pot”?
  What experience has Demi had that showed in
  the illustrations for this story?
  In what other ways has Demi displayed her
  artwork?
Proofreading Strategy

Find the misspelled words.

The animal at our zoo that is the talest is the
  giraffe, because he has the longst neck.
Using Gestures

 A gesture is a movement of part of your body
 that sends a message. Gestures can include
 facial expressions or using your hands.
 Gestures can keep a conversation exciting, to
 describe something, or to attract your
 audience’s attention.
 Looking at your audience when you speak is
 important. It helps you to know that your
 audience is paying attention.

				
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