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Day 1Day 1 Day 4 Day 4 Day 1Day 4 Day 2Day 2 Day 5 Day 5 Day 2Day 5 Day 3 Day 3 Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Sentences Vocabulary Sentences Additional Resources Additional Resources The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon By Bea Uusma Schyffert Slide 2 Slide 3 Genre: Biography Genre: Biography Comprehension Skill: Generalize Comprehension Skill: Generalize Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Comprehension Review Skill: Fact and Opinion Comprehension Review Skill: Fact and Opinion Vocabulary: Word Structure Endings Vocabulary: Word Structure Endings Slide 4 Slide 5 How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? Slide 6 astronautscapsulehatchhorizonlunarmodulequarantine Slide 7 impactspheretransmission Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 1.The moon looked like an silver goast. 2.Its hard to believe that people landed their 40 years ago. Slide 11 Its the BIG and little trick!! Big things and things that can stand on their own, like books, are underlined. Little things that are dependent or that come as part of a group like chapters, are put into quotation marks. Slide 12 For example, a CD or album are major (big) works that can be divided into smaller parts, or songs. For example, a CD or album are major (big) works that can be divided into smaller parts, or songs. The song names (small part) are punctuated with quotation marks. The song names (small part) are punctuated with quotation marks. For example: The Sweet Escape, by Gwen Stefani, includes the song Wind It Up. For example: The Sweet Escape, by Gwen Stefani, includes the song Wind It Up. Slide 13 Underline any published collection, like a book of poetry. Underline any published collection, like a book of poetry. Put the individual entry, like a poem, in quotation marks. Put the individual entry, like a poem, in quotation marks. However, a long, epic poem that is often published on its own would be treated like a book. The Odessey is one example. However, a long, epic poem that is often published on its own would be treated like a book. The Odessey is one example. Slide 14 A novel A play A film A painting A sculpture or statue A drawing A CD A TV series An encyclopedia A magazine A newspaper A Pamphlet Slide 15 Poem Short story A skit A commercial An individual show in a TV series(like The Soup Nazi on Seinfeld) A chapter An article A newspaper story A ship Slide 16 Some titles are merely capitalized and not given additional punctuation. These include: Some titles are merely capitalized and not given additional punctuation. These include: Religious works, like The Bible or The Koran Religious works, like The Bible or The Koran Buildings Buildings Monuments Monuments Slide 17 Slide 18 island island column column knee knee often often known known castle castle thumb thumb half half calf calf whistle whistle autumn autumn knuckles knuckles numb numb Illinois Illinois rhyme rhyme climber climber limb limb plumbing plumbing ghost ghost clothes clothes Slide 19 raspberry raspberry symptom symptom Wyoming Wyoming salmon salmon cologne cologne Slide 20 Slide 21 Why was the Apollo 11 mission so important? Why was the Apollo 11 mission so important? Slide 22 of, like or about the moon lunar Slide 23 Detention, isolation, and other measures taken to prevent the spread of infectious disease quarantine Slide 24 pilots or members of the crew of a spacecraft astronauts Slide 25 line where the Earth and sky seem to meet; skyline horizon Slide 26 the enclosed front section of a rocket made to carry instruments, astronauts, etc., into space capsule Slide 27 a trapdoor covering an opening in an aircrafts or ships deck hatch Slide 28 a self-contained unit or system within a larger system, often designed for a particular function module Slide 29 Action of striking one thing against another; collision Action of striking one thing against another; collision Slide 30 Ball or globe. The sun, the moon, earth, and stars are spheres Ball or globe. The sun, the moon, earth, and stars are spheres Slide 31 Passage of electronic waves from a transmitter to a receiver Passage of electronic waves from a transmitter to a receiver Slide 32 3. Whats that book youre reading? I asked Meg. 4. She telled me she was reading a short story called Earthrise. Slide 33 Readers & WB 284 Readers & WB 284 Spelling Day 2 Spelling Day 2 Language Day 2 Language Day 2 Tri-Fold Section 2 Tri-Fold Section 2 SmartBoard- Vocabulary Review SmartBoard- Vocabulary ReviewVocabulary ReviewVocabulary Review Slide 34 Slide 35 Slide 36 Slide 37 Slide 38 What does Michael Collins think of his achievements? What does Michael Collins think of his achievements? Slide 39 1. Why was it decided that Neil Armstrong, not Buzz Aldrin, would be the first man on the moon? 1. Why was it decided that Neil Armstrong, not Buzz Aldrin, would be the first man on the moon? 2. What do the astronauts compare the moon s smell to? 2. What do the astronauts compare the moon s smell to? 3. What do you imagine the moon smells like? 3. What do you imagine the moon smells like? 4. How many people watched the lunar landing on TV? 4. How many people watched the lunar landing on TV? Slide 40 5. What opinion does Michael Collins give about not being chosen to walk on the moon? 5. What opinion does Michael Collins give about not being chosen to walk on the moon? 6. What might happen if Michael Collins doesnt make the computer commands in the correct order? 6. What might happen if Michael Collins doesnt make the computer commands in the correct order? 7. Why does no one know if the astronauts have been exposed to dangerous germs? 7. Why does no one know if the astronauts have been exposed to dangerous germs? 8. Why were the mice that were let into the quarantine trailer raised in a germ-free laboratory? 8. Why were the mice that were let into the quarantine trailer raised in a germ-free laboratory? Slide 41 9. What are some of the reasons why astronauts left items on the moon? 9. What are some of the reasons why astronauts left items on the moon? 10. Why do you think Michael Collins never wants to go back to the moon? 10. Why do you think Michael Collins never wants to go back to the moon? 11. How can we compare and contrast the moon and the Earth? 11. How can we compare and contrast the moon and the Earth? Slide 42 Astronauts explore the unknown, which is exciting. Slide 43 Slide 44 They opened the hatch to get back inside the ship. Slide 45 Slide 46 Early in the space program, there were many lunar flights. Early in the space program, there were many lunar flights. Slide 47 Slide 48 They rode in a capsule rather than the entire rocket. Slide 49 Slide 50 By the time they landed on the moon, the astronauts were riding in a module. Slide 51 Slide 52 They stood on the moons surface and saw the Earth rise on the horizon. Slide 53 Slide 54 When they returned to Earth, the astronauts were in quarantine. Slide 55 Slide 56 The impact of the car was forceful. The impact of the car was forceful. Slide 57 Slide 58 The moon and Earth are shaped like a sphere. The moon and Earth are shaped like a sphere. Slide 59 Slide 60 The transmission signal from space was loud. The transmission signal from space was loud. Slide 61 Slide 62 Slide 63 Slide 64 5.Autumm is the better season of all for star gazing. 6.My dad once subscribe to a magazine called Astronomy. Slide 65 USE QUOTATION MARKS FOR SHORT WORKS: USE QUOTATION MARKS FOR SHORT WORKS: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE MAGAZINE OR JOURNAL ARTICLE CHAPTER OF A BOOK EPISODE OF A TV OR RADIO SHOW SONG SHORT STORY ESSAY Slide 66 USE ITALICS OR UNDERLINING FOR LONG WORKS: USE ITALICS OR UNDERLINING FOR LONG WORKS: NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE OR JOURNAL BOOK TV OR RADIO SHOW ALBUM MOVIE PLAY Slide 67 EXCEPTIONS TO ABOVE RULES EXCEPTIONS TO ABOVE RULES THE BIBLE & OTHER SACRED TEXTS NOTE: DO NOT PUNCTUATE YOUR OWN TITLE. Slide 68 Partner Read & WB 297-298 Partner Read & WB 297-298 Spelling Day 3 Spelling Day 3 Language Day 3 Language Day 3 Tri-Fold Section 3 Tri-Fold Section 3 SmartBoard- Abbreviations SmartBoard- AbbreviationsAbbreviations Slide 69 Slide 70 Slide 71 Slide 72 Slide 73 Slide 74 How are Earth and the moon alike and different? How are Earth and the moon alike and different? Slide 75 7.Mr Peters lent its telescope to Sandra and I. 8.We have saw the moons of Jupiter but the rings of Saturn. Slide 76 Reading Computer Test Reading Computer Test Essay Questions Essay Questions Tri-Fold Section 4 Tri-Fold Section 4 Language Day 4 Language Day 4 Slide 77 1.Look at the notepaper shown on pg 755. Who probably wrote those words, and when were they most likely written? 2.Why was landing on the moon the major experiment? 3.Why did the astronauts have to stay in a trailer when they returned to Earth? Slide 78 Slide 79 Slide 80 How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? How do the achievements of others influence our dreams? Slide 81 9. Heres a book called Planet of the Apes, wasnt that a movie? 10. Yes ms. Summers told us the story. Slide 82 Slide 83 Slide 84 Slide 85 Slide 86 Slide 87 Vocabulary Crossword Vocabulary Crossword Vocabulary Crossword Vocabulary Crossword Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Quia Vocabulary Quia Vocabulary Quia Vocabulary Quia Abbreviations Abbreviations Abbreviations Paragraph Editing Paragraph Editing Paragraph Editing Paragraph Editing Quia Challenge Board: Homophones Quia Challenge Board: Homophones Quia Challenge Board: Homophones Quia Challenge Board: Homophones Fractured Fairy Tales Fractured Fairy Tales Fractured Fairy Tales Fractured Fairy Tales