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Just Like Josh Gibson

            Amazing Words
               athlete
               challenge
               effort
               dainty
               disguise
               champion
               professional
               shortstop
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          Vocabulary Words
             field
             cheers
             threw
             sailed
             plate
             bases
             soar
             forties
             Louisvile slugger
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           High Frequency
               Words
             guess
             pretty
             science
             shoe
             village
             watch
             won
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                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Big Question:
Why are sports important in our country?

                   Monday
                   Tuesday
                   Wednesday
                   Thursday
                   Friday
Just Like Josh Gibson
Monday



           Morning Warm-Up

  This week we will read about a girl
  who played baseball long ago. She
  liked running toward first base. She
  enjoyed playing baseball. Why are
  sports important in our country?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Monday



          Morning Warm-Up

 This week we will read about a girl
 who played baseball long ago. She
 liked running toward first base. She
 enjoyed playing baseball. Why are
 sports important in our country?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Monday



          Morning Warm-Up

 This week we will read about a girl
 who played baseball long ago. She
 liked running toward first base. She
 enjoyed playing baseball. Why are
 sports important in our country?
Today we will learn about:

    Amazing Words
    Contractions
    Compare & Contrast
    Visualize
    Using Capital Letters
Amazing
 Words
            athlete

  ath - lete
 An athlete is somebody who uses

  skills and abilities to compete in
  sports.
 The basketball players were skilled

  athletes.
 The fastest athletes competed in
  the race.
          challenge
  chal - lenge
 A challenge is a test of someone’s
  abilities. You can also challenge
  someone by daring him or her to
  do something.
 Pitching a perfect game was her
  biggest challenge.
 The other team will challenge us
  to a rematch if we win.
             effort
  ef - fort
 Effort is the physical and mental
  energy you use to do something or
  to achieve a goal.
 The men used a lot of effort to
  move the refrigerator onto the
  truck.
 She put forth her best effort.
Listen to a
song about
being an
athlete.
    Contractions

  didn’t
 What do you know about reading this
  word?
 Didn’t is a contraction of the words did and
  not.
 An apostrophe takes the place of the letter
  o in not.
 Today we’ll learn about contractions made
  from other words.
Contractions
  we’re
 This word is a contraction, a short way of
  saying and writing two words.
 An apostrophe takes the place of letters

  that are left out.
 You can read this word because you know

  the two words that make this contraction.
Contractions

  we’re – we are
 The apostrophe in we’re takes the place of

  the letter a in are.
 To read contractions, first read the word
  before the apostrophe and then blend it
  with what comes after the apostrophe.
Contractions

 I’ve                            won’t
 don’t                           they’re
 can’t                           I’d
 he’d ( ’d can mean had or       they’d
 would)                           we’ve
 you’re                          could’ve
 she’d ( ’d can mean had or
 would)
Contractions

      you are
Contractions

      you are   you’re
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had   she’d
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had   she’d
      you had
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had   she’d
      you had   you’d
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had   she’d
      you had   you’d
      we are
Contractions

      you are   you’re
      I have    I’ve
      she had   she’d
      you had   you’d
      we are    we’re
Contractions

      you are    you’re
      I have     I’ve
      she had    she’d
      you had    you’d
      we are     we’re
      will not
Contractions

      you are    you’re
      I have     I’ve
      she had    she’d
      you had    you’d
      we are     we’re
      will not   won’t
Contractions
      he’d           where’s
      I’ll           won’t
      shouldn’t      we’ll
      don’t          there’s
      can’t          we’ve
      they’ve        she’s
      they’re        what’ll
      I’d
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                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Compare and Contrast
Visualize

 Recall Horace and Morris but mostly Dolores.
 Let’s compare the boys’ club and the girls’

  club.
 How would the story have been different if
  the boys had not decided to make their own
  club?
    Compare and Contrast
    Visualize
 Good readers compare and contrast what they
  read with what they already know.
 Sometimes there are helpful clue words that
  help us compare and contrast, such as like,
  however, and but. Sometimes there aren’t any
  clue words.
 Good readers picture, or visualize, what is
  happening in a story in their minds. Then we
  compare what we are reading with what we
  already know.
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Daily Fix-It



     i want to be an atlete
     I want to be an athlete.
     they’re watching ken play
     They’re watching Ken play.
Using Capital Letters

 Sentences should always begin with a
  capital letter.
 Days of the week, months of the year,
  and holidays begin with capital letters.
 The first day of January is New Year’s Day.

 Titles for people begin with capital letters.

 Every year Mr. Lewis has a big party.
    Using Capital Letters

 The last monday in may is memorial day.
 The last Monday in May is Memorial Day.

 Every year coach Scalia and mrs. Kurtz
  march in the parade.
 Every year Coach Scalia and Mrs. Kurtz
  march in the parade.
    Using Capital Letters

 This year the fourth of july is on a friday.
 This year the Fourth of July is on a Friday.

 We always go to the barbecue at mr.

  Garcia’s house.
 We always go to the barbecue at Mr.

  Garcia’s house.
Using Capital Letters

 What holiday is on the fourth thursday in
  november?
 What holiday is on the fourth Thursday in
  November?
 I saw dr. Martin and ms. Chang at the
  thanksgiving party.
 I saw Dr. Martin and Ms. Chang at the
  Thanksgiving party.
Wrap Up Your Day!
   Contractions ’re, ’ve, ’d, don’t and won’t.
   Compare and Contrast
   Let’s Talk About It

   Tomorrow we will read about a girl that liked to
    play baseball.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Monday


           Journal Topic

      Write a paragraph about a
     time you played or watched
               baseball.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Tuesday


           Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read about a girl who liked
to play baseball. She wanted to compete
 with the boys. She played baseball for
 recreation. Do you know any girls who
       are good baseball players?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Tuesday


           Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read about a girl who liked
to play baseball. She wanted to compete
 with the boys. She played baseball for
 recreation. Do you know any girls who
       are good baseball players?
Today we will learn about:

 Contractions ’re, ’ve, ’d
 Amazing Words

 Vocabulary Words

 Multiple-Meaning Words

 Context Clues

 Use Capital Letters
Amazing
 Words
             dainty
  dain - ty
 Dainty means delicate and pretty.

 The dress had a dainty lace collar.

 You could eat the dainty cookies

  in one bite.
                  disguise
    dis – guise
    A disguise can be clothes or make-up
    someone wears to change the way he or she
    looks so he or she won’t be recognized.
   When you change your appearance so you
    won’t be recognized, you disguise yourself.
   The spy wore a disguise so she wouldn’t be
    recognized.
   He wore a wig and a beard to disguise
    himself.
         champion

  cham – pi- on
 A champion is the winner of a
  game or competition.
 The champions had ten wins and

  no losses.
 Our team practiced hard because
  we wanted to beat last year’s
  champions.
The Princesses
 Have a Ball
Contractions

  I’ve
 You can read this word because you know
  how to read contractions.
 What two words form I’ve?

 When you come to a contraction, read the
  word before the apostrophe and then blend
  it with what follows the apostrophe.
Contractions

       she’s      they’re
       they’ve    we’d

       they’d     we’ve

       won’t      he’ll

       don’t      she’ll

       they’ll
Listen for
contractions.
Contractions

                  I’ve
                  he’d
                  we’ve
                  we’re
                  don’t
                  won’t
Contractions

      we have
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have    I’ve
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have    I’ve
      we are
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have    I’ve
      we are    we’re
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have    I’ve
      we are    we’re
      do not
Contractions

      we have   we’ve
      he had    he’d
      I have    I’ve
      we are    we’re
      do not    don’t
Contractions

      we have    we’ve
      he had     he’d
      I have     I’ve
      we are     we’re
      do not     don’t
      will not
Contractions

      we have    we’ve
      he had     he’d
      I have     I’ve
      we are     we’re
      do not     don’t
      will not   won’t
Just Like Josh Gibson

                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Contractions

 I’d ask him to come, but I don’t think he will.
 You’re a good friend, and I’ve always said
  so!
 We’ve seen that show before!

 Won’t you walk home with me today?
Vocabulary

 field – a piece of land used for some
 special purpose
 cheers – calls out or yells loudly to show
 that you like something
 threw – sent something through the air by
 force of your arm
 sailed – moved smoothly like a ship with
 sails
                  (next slide)
field
plate
bases



               Second Base



  Third Base                 First Base



               Home Plate
forties
Louisville slugger
Vocabulary
 plate – a hard rubber slab that a baseball
 player stands beside to bat
 bases – places that are stations or goals in
 certain games, such as baseball
 soar – to fly upward

 forties – the years between 1940 and
 1949
 Louisville slugger – a popular kind of
 baseball bat
High-Frequency Words


      field        sailed
      you’re       guess
      cheers       plate
      gone         early
      threw        bases
      watch        once
    Context Clues
   Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts.
   We may understand the base word and suffix
    (beautiful, full of beauty) or the two shorter words in
    a compound word (wildcat, a cat that’s wild).
   We can look in a dictionary or glossary.
   We can look for context clues in the words and
    sentences around the unknown word.
   Today we will learn more about context clues.
Daily Fix-It



     the croud chears for me
     The crowd cheers for me.
     I raned Around the basis
     I ran around the bases.
Capital Letters

 Special names for people, places, animals,
  and things are called proper nouns.
 Names of countries are proper nouns.

 How do the names of countries begin?

 Mexico

 Italy

 United States
Wrap Up Your Day!

 Lesson Vocabulary
 Visualize

 Let’s Talk About It



   Tomorrow they will hear about some
    princesses and their secret pastime.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Tuesday



            Journal Topic

     Write about a time you got a
      chance to play something
     you'd always wanted to play.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Wednesday


            Morning Warm-Up
   Once upon a time, there were twelve
   princesses. These girls liked to play
    basketball every night. They wore
  special high-top shoes. Today we will
 read about a special ball they had. What
     do you think the ball will be like?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Wednesday


           Morning Warm-Up
  Once upon a time, there were twelve
  princesses. These girls liked to play
   basketball every night. They wore
 special high-top shoes. Today we will
read about a special ball they had. What
    do you think the ball will be like?
Today we will learn about:

 Amazing Words
 Vowels aw, au, augh, al

 Contractions

 Homophones

 Sentences

 Capital Letters
Amazing
 Words
       professional

  pro – fes –sion - al
 Professional describes a type of
  job in which people are paid for
  their skill and training.
 My uncle is a professional
  basketball player.
 I want to be a professional singer

  when I grow up.
           shortstop
  short - stop
 Shortstop is the infield position on

  a baseball team between second
  and third base.
 I would prefer playing shortstop
  rather than third base.
 Our baseball team has the best

  shortstop in the league.
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

  awful
 You can read this word because you know
  that aw can stand for the sound /o/.
 auto

 caught

 walk
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
            August
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
            August
            fault
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August
            fault
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August                    talk
            fault
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
            fault
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
            fault  launch
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
saw         fault  launch
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
saw         fault  launch
thaw
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
saw         fault  launch chalk
thaw
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
saw         fault  launch chalk
thaw               caught
Vowels aw, au, augh, al

August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw,
thaw, chalk, caught, stalk

   aw           au          augh           al
draw        August taught talk
saw         fault  launch chalk
thaw               caught stalk
Vocabulary
bases, cheers, field, plate, sailed, threw

 If you ran to home plate and were safe,
  how would you feel?
 If a wind blew your papers and they

  sailed away, what would you do?
 If you wanted to play baseball, what
  could you use to make bases?
Vocabulary
bases, cheers, field, plate, sailed, threw

 If you went to spend the day in a field,
  what might you do there?
 If you heard cheers coming from the

  park, what might you find when you
  went to see what was happening?
 If you threw a ball, what might your

  dog do next?
Just Like Josh Gibson

                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Homophones

 Some words sound the same but are spelled
  differently and have different meanings.
 threw – tossed

 Nick threw the ball.

 through – in one side and out the other side
  of
 Edna ran through the door.
Daily Fix-It




      thruw the ball to left feild
      I threw the ball to left field.
      the crowd cheerd for him
•     The crowd cheered for him.
Capital Letters
   Using capital letters helps readers identify proper
    nouns.
   Writing with capital letters lets readers know days,
    months, holidays, and titles.
    miss brady visited our school on the first friday in
    may.
   Miss Brady visited our school on the first Friday in
    May.
Wrap Up Your Day!
   Compare and Contrast
   Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Pace
   Let’s Talk About It

   Tomorrow we will read about how baseball began.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Wednesday




              Journal Topic

       Write about a baseball game
         you played or attended.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Thursday


            Morning Warm-Up

    Today we will read to find out how
   baseball began. Baseball gives us an
 opportunity to compete and participate in
   recreation. What else do team sports
                 teach us?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Thursday


           Morning Warm-Up

   Today we will read to find out how
  baseball began. Baseball gives us an
opportunity to compete and participate in
  recreation. What else do team sports
                teach us?
Today we will learn about:
   Words in Context
   Contractions
   Capital Letters
   Speak to Your Audience
Just Like Josh Gibson

           Amazing Words
              athlete
              challenge
              effort
              dainty
              disguise
              champion
              professional
              shortstop
Yankee Doodle Shortshop
Sentence Reading

 I guess you saw the pretty whale.
 Did you see them laugh in math and science?

 We watch those dolphins and wish they were

  pets.
Sentence Reading

 That photo of a bunch of shrimp won the
  contest.
 The garden patch near the village has
  enough flowers.
 My shoe is rough, and my foot starts to itch

  when I wear it.
Just Like Josh Gibson

                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Daily Fix-It




     we shou’ldve wun the game
     We should’ve won the game.
     we wouldv’e if w’ed scored
     We would’ve if we’d scored!
Grammar

 How do names of days, months, and holidays
  begin?
 How do proper nouns and titles of people
  begin?
 Which of these words need a capital?
Grammar

    mr. glennon       yesterday
    Mr. Glennon       dr. b. rogers
    memorial day      Dr. B. Rogers
    Memorial Day      italy
    tomorrow          Italy
    today             thanksgiving
    april
                       Thanksgiving
    April
Speaking and Listening

     Speakers                   Listeners
Think about the         Sit quietly.
audience.                Face the speaker.
Decide whether to use   Listen to what the
formal or informal       speaker says.
language.                Watch for nonverbal
                         cues, such as hand
                         gestures and head
                         movements.
Wrap Up Your Day!

 Make Connections: Text to World
 Let’s Talk About It



   You have heard about how baseball began
    and why sports are important in our country.
    Tomorrow we will hear about a baseball
    player.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Thursday



              Journal Topic

           Write about becoming
              a better athlete.
Just Like Josh Gibson
Friday


           Morning Warm-Up

    This week we read about sports.
    Would you like to be an athlete?
  Athletes give an extra effort in every
  challenge they face. Why are sports
       important in our country?
Just Like Josh Gibson
Friday


           Morning Warm-Up

    This week we read about sports.
    Would you like to be an athlete?
  Athletes give an extra effort in every
  challenge they face. Why are sports
       important in our country?
Today we will learn about:

 Contractions
 Vocabulary

 Capital Letters

 People as Resources
Just Like Josh Gibson

            Amazing Words
               athlete
               challenge
               effort
               dainty
               disguise
               champion
               professional
               shortstop
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                     Spelling Words
Glue Words
                  we’re     I’d
   some
                  I’ve      they’d
   where
                  don’t     she’d
   do
                  he’d      we’ve
   the
                  can’t     could’ve
   which
                  you’re     would’ve
                  won’t     should’ve
                  they’re
Contractions

 Don’t you know if they’re here yet?
 I don’t see it—I should’ve found it by now.

 Don’t ask them if they’d been there.

 I would’ve called you but you’d just left the

  house.
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        Vocabulary Words
           field
           cheers
           threw
           sailed
           plate
           bases
           soar
           forties
           Louisvile slugger
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it ___ over the green,
    grassy _____.
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the
    green, grassy field.
   Everyone shouted and gave three____!
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the
    green, grassy field.
   Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the
    green, grassy field.
   Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!
   I ran the ____ as fast as anyone has seen!
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the
    green, grassy field.
   Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!
   I ran the bases as fast as anyone has seen!
   Just as the pitcher ____ the ball, I crossed home
    _____. ―Safe!‖ was the call.
Vocabulary
bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers


   I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the
    green, grassy field.
   Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!
   I ran the bases as fast as anyone has seen!
   Just as the pitcher threw the ball, I crossed home
    plate. ―Safe!‖ was the call.
Daily Fix-It


•     we chear as Joe runs the baises
•     We cheer as Joe runs the bases.
•     center feald is not home playte
•     Center field is not home plate.
Research/Study Skills
People as Resources
 People are excellent resources when you are
  doing research.
 People have knowledge and expertise in
  many areas.
 If you want information about something, you
  could ask an expert in that area.
WRAP UP YOUR WEEK!
    Let’s Talk About
       Traditions
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Friday



             Journal Topic

         Write about an athlete
         who meets a challenge.
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