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									   Why are family
celebrations special?
     Click to listen to the story.
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        Amazing Words
       celebration
       custom
       tradition
       create
       inspect
       angle
       brilliant
       snapshot
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    Vocabulary Words
     present

     aunt

     basket

     collects

     bank

     favorite

     pinata

     ninetieth

     tia
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    High Frequency
        Words
       been
       believe
       caught
       finally
       today
       tomorrow
       whatever
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         Spelling Words
     mixture   fixture
     nation    motion
     section   nature
     future    feature
     picture   furniture
     action    adventure
     caution   tuition
     station
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      Glue Words
      whose

      is

      these

      with

      know
Big Question:
Why are family
celebrations special?
        Monday
        Tuesday
        Wednesday
        Thursday
        Friday
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           Tuesday

      Morning Warm-Up
 Today we will read a story
 about a girl named Cecilia.
She is having a party for her
 tía. She must decide what
  gift to give her. Have you
   ever been to a surprise
             party?
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      Morning Warm-Up
 Today we will read a story
 about a girl named Cecilia.
She is having a party for her
 tía. She must decide what
  gift to give her. Have you
   ever been to a surprise
             party?
Today we will learn
about:

    Amazing Words
    Syllables –tion, -ture
    Vocabulary Words
    Homonyms
    Context Clues
    Commas
Amazing
 Words
               create
    cre – ate
   If you create something, you
    make something that hasn’t
    been made before.
   She likes to create vases from
    clay.
   My dad creates delicious new
    recipes for dinner.
   The new grocery store will
    create many new jobs for
    people.
              inspect
    in - spect
   When you inspect something,
    you look at it very carefully.
   Mom will inspect my room after
    I clean it to make sure I did a
    good job.
   You should inspect clothes
    before you buy them to make
    sure they are well-made.
               angle
    an – gle
   The way you look at something
    is the angle from which you see
    it.
   The seats were on the side at a
    bad angle, so we couldn’t see
    the screen very well.
   People look at things from a
    different angle.
Magda’s Tortillas
Syllables –tion, -ture
    motion - fracture
   You can read these words
    because you know how to
    read words with endings –tion
    and –ture.
   What syllables form motion?
   What syllables form fracture?
   When you come to a word
    with the ending –tion or –ture,
    look at the word and then
    read it.
Listen for
  words
with –tion
  and –
   ture.
Syllables –tion, -ture

      celebration
      affection
      adventure
      furniture
      collection
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

           -tion               -ture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

           -tion              -ture
                           lecture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

           -tion              -ture
                           lecture
                          adventure
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
                          adventure
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
                          adventure
                           puncture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
                          adventure
                           puncture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
       creation           adventure
                           puncture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
       creation           adventure
       potion              puncture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
       creation           adventure
       potion              puncture
                           vulture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

         -tion                -ture
       edition             lecture
       creation           adventure
       potion              puncture
       addition            vulture
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

          -tion     -ture
       edition   lecture
       creation adventure
       potion    puncture
       addition  vulture
       affection
  Syllables –tion, -ture
lecture, adventure, edition, puncture, creation,
  potion, vulture, addition, affection, mixture

          -tion     -ture
       edition   lecture
       creation adventure
       potion    puncture
       addition  vulture
       affection mixture
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      Glue Words
      whose

      is

      these

      with

      know
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         Spelling Words
     mixture   fixture
     nation    motion
     section   nature
     future    feature
     picture   furniture
     action    adventure
     caution   tuition
     station
Syllables –tion, -ture

   We watched a motion picture
    about an adventure.
   I like this furniture and light
    fixture.
   There was lots of action at the
    fire station.
    Vocabulary Words
    present – a gift; something
    that someone gives you or that
    you give someone
    aunt – your father’s sister,
    your mother’s sister, or your
    uncle’s wife
    basket – something to carry
    or store things in; it can be
    made of straw, plastic, or
    strips of wood       (next slide)
basket
bank
pinata
    Vocabulary Words
    collects – bring things
    together or gather them
    together
    bank – a place where people
    keep their money
    favorite – the thing you like
    better than all the others
    Vocabulary Words
    pinata - a decorated
    container filled with candy and
    toys that is hung at parties for
    blindfolded people to break
    open with a stick
    ninetieth – next after the
    89th
    tia – Spanish word for aunt
        Context Clues
   There are strategies when you
    come across words you don’t
    understand.
   You can look in a dictionary or
    glossary.
        Context Clues
   Sometimes we can get the
    meaning from word parts. You
    may understand the base word
    and prefix (unmade, not made)
    or two shorter words in a
    compound (snowman, a man
    made of snow).
   You can look for context clues
    in the words and sentences
    around the unknown word.
   Today we will learn more about
    using context clues.
       Using Commas
   Commas are used in
    addresses. Commas should
    be placed between the names
    of cities and states.
   Commas are used in dates.
   Commas are used after the
    greeting and closing in a
    letter.
   Commas are used to separate
    three or more things in a list.
Wrap Up Your Day!

   Lesson Vocabulary
   Summarize
   Let’s Talk About It

   Tomorrow we will read about
    another special birthday
    celebration.
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         Tuesday


     Journal Topic

  Write about a special
        birthday.
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