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1 crown

2 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce This is a crown. A crown is a head covering of precious metal worn by a royal person, such as a king or a queen. Let s say the word together: crown. Demonstrate The king wore a crown. The queen only wore her crown on special occasions. The judges gave a crown and a sash to the winner of the pageant. Apply What is the difference between a hat and a crown? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: crown. Pencil Talk Design your own crown. Draw a picture of your crown. Write a sentence that describes your picture. Use the word crown in your sentence. Make a list of words you think of when you think about the word crown. Start with words from the definition: head, king, queen. Then add other words. Complete this sentence frame: A crown can be made out of. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

3 liberty

4 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce These symbols stand for liberty. Liberty is freedom. Let s say the word together: liberty. Demonstrate Americans believe in liberty. The United States was founded on the idea of liberty for all people. Our soldiers fight to defend and protect our liberty. Apply Why might an older person have more liberty than a younger person? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: liberty. All Together Let s recite the Pledge of Allegiance together. When you get to the word liberty, say it loudly. I m going to tell you a sentence. The American colonists wanted Great Britain to give them their liberty. What is the meaning of liberty? Let s say the meaning together. Listen as I say the following chant. Then let s say the chant together. America stands up for liberty. That s freedom for both you and me! Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

5 models

6 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce Miniature models can be fun to build. Models are small copies of things. Let s say the word together: models. Demonstrate Arnie likes to build models of trains and planes. People bought models of the statue in the gift shop. The architect built models of the houses he was designing. Apply What do people do with models? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: models. Pencil Talk Write an original sentence using the word models. Think of something that you know has small copies. Look at the photograph on the front of this card. Make a list of adjectives that can be used to describe models like this one. Complete this sentence frame: The Young Astronauts Club built models of. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

7 symbol

8 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce The bald eagle is a symbol of the United States. A symbol is an object, diagram, icon, and so on, that stands for or represents something else. Let s say the word together: symbol. Demonstrate Every country s flag is a symbol of that country. The beaver is a symbol of Oregon. A red heart shape is a symbol of love. Apply If you had to choose something to be your symbol, what would it be? Explain your choice. Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: symbol. Team Talk With your partner, think of animals that could be symbols of these qualities: slowness, speed, softness, cleverness. Use each animal name and its quality to complete this sentence frame: is a symbol of. Write State Symbols and National Symbols at the top of a sheet of paper. Take turns naming as many state and national symbols as you can. List each symbol under the correct heading. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

9 tablet

10 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce This ancient tablet, known as the Rosetta Stone, was found in Egypt. A tablet is a small, flat surface with something written on it. Let s say the word together: tablet. Demonstrate Diane wrote on a tablet of paper. The building had a stone tablet in the wall by the door. The carpenter carved the street number on a wooden tablet. Apply If you were going to put something on a stone tablet for everyone to read, what would you say? Why? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: tablet. All Together I m going to ask you some questions. Answer yes or no. Would you use a pencil to write on a paper tablet? Would you use a pencil to write on a stone tablet? Listen as I recite the following poem. Then let s recite the poem together. In New York Harbor for all to see, Stands tall and proud Ms. Liberty. With tablet, crown, and torch so bright, She s a light for all, both day and night. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

11 torch

12 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce The runner carried the Olympic torch. A torch is a long stick with material that burns at one end of it. Let s say the word together: torch. Demonstrate The explorer held up a torch in the dark cave. Each skier carried a torch down the mountain at night. People lined the street to see the Olympic torch. Apply Which do you think is a more reliable source of light a torch or a flashlight? Why? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: torch. Action! Each runner who carries the Olympic torch passes it to another runner. Using a rolled-up magazine for a torch, pass it to a classmate. Students sbould continue passing off the torch as if they are in the Olympics. The last runner uses the Olympic torch to light the Olympic flame. Pretend you are the last runner. Act out using the rolled-up magazine to light the Olympic flame. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

13 unforgettable

14 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce The couple took a photo of an unforgettable moment. Unforgettable means so good or so wonderful that you cannot forget it. Let s say the word together: unforgettable. Demonstrate Mrs. Ramsey is an unforgettable person. Michelle wore an unforgettable outfit to the party. Our trip to Washington, D.C., was an unforgettable experience. Apply What place have you visited that is unforgettable? Why is it unforgettable? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: unforgettable. Team Talk Ask your partner to share the details of an unforgettable meal. Where did the meal take place? What foods did he or she eat? Who was there? What made the meal unforgettable? Tell your partner about an event in your life that is unforgettable. It might be the day your brother or sister was born or the day you watched your favorite team win the championship. Explain what makes the event unforgettable. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

15 unveiled

16 Routine for Lesson Vocabulary Introduce The new car was finally unveiled at the auto show. Unveiled means removed a veil from, uncovered, disclosed, revealed. Let s say the word together: unveiled. Demonstrate Debbie unveiled the plan for her project. The company unveiled its new machine. The artist unveiled her new painting so we could see it. Apply If Joe unveiled a friend s secret after he had promised to keep it, should the friend ever trust Joe again? Why or why not? Display Now I will write the word on the board. Let s read the word together: unveiled. Pencil Talk Write an original sentence using the word unveiled. Think about something that is covered and can be uncovered. Think of a new product that a company has unveiled recently. Write a sentence about the product, the company, and the unveiling. Write as many synonyms as you can for the word unveiled. Begin with those given in the definition: uncovered, disclosed, revealed. Look for others in a thesaurus. Grade 3 Unit 6 Week 1 The Story of the Statue of Liberty

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