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SWAMPLAND. By Brian E. Ableman United Streaming video – 16 segments The Jeff Corwin Experience: Louisiana: Swampy Ecosystem. soggy. soggy. Chunk: sog - gy. soggy. Chunk: sog – gy Wet, moist. soggy. Chunk: sog – gy Wet, moist The ground was soggy after it rained. topples.

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SWAMPLAND


By Brian E. Ableman

United Streaming video – 16 segments

The Jeff Corwin Experience: Louisiana: Swampy Ecosystem


soggy


soggy

  • Chunk: sog - gy


soggy

  • Chunk: sog – gy

  • Wet, moist


soggy

  • Chunk: sog – gy

  • Wet, moist

  • The ground was soggy after it rained.


topples


topples

  • Base word + ending: topple + s


topples

  • Base word + ending: topple + s

  • Falls, tumbles


topples

  • Base word + ending: topple + s

  • Falls, tumbles

  • Nobody catches the tomato as it topples to the ground.


spooky


spooky

  • Base word + ending: spook + y


spooky

  • Base word + ending: spook + y

  • Scary


spooky

  • Base word + ending: spook + y

  • Scary

  • The horror movie was so spooky it gave me nightmares.


mighty


mighty

  • Base word + ending: might + y


mighty

  • Base word + ending: might + y

  • Strong, powerful


mighty

  • Base word + ending: might + y

  • Strong, powerful

  • People believe that the mighty lion is the king of the jungle.


seek


seek

  • Blend


seek

  • Blend

  • Search for,look for


seek

  • Blend

  • Search for,look for

  • I read a book about traveling to a land far away to seek hidden treasure.


comfortable


comfortable

  • Chunk:

    com-fort-a-ble


comfortable

  • Chunk:

    com-fort-a-ble

  • Cozy


comfortable

  • Chunk:

    com-fort-a-ble

  • Cozy

  • The bed was so comfortable that I fell asleep right away.


nibbling


nibbling

  • Base word + ending: nibbl(e) + ing


nibbling

  • Base word + ending: nibbl(e) + ing

  • Chewing in small bites


nibbling

  • Base word + ending: nibbl(e) + ing

  • Chewing in small bites

  • The little chipmunk was nibbling on a big piece of bread.


nearly


nearly

  • Base word + ending: near + ly


nearly

  • Base word + ending: near + ly

  • Almost


nearly

  • Base word + ending: near + ly

  • Almost

  • The fox nearly caught the rabbit but the rabbit just escaped.


DAY ONE


TEAMWORK

Read pages

6 – 9 aloud with partners.


Dragonfly


Pitcher Plant


TEAM TALK EXTENDER

If you were to visit the Okefenokee, what would you bring with you, and why?


Lots of interesting

plants and

insects to see.

Like to play

in squishy

areas

I want to visit

Okefenokee

I like to visit

new places.


DAY TWO


TWO MINUTE EDIT

It are dawn now in the okefenokee but only a stray sunbeams or two ever reach the ground. (4)


TWO MINUTE EDIT

It is dawn now in the Okefenokee, but only a stray sunbeam(s) or two ever reach the ground. (4)


TEAMWORK

Read pages

14 – 15 aloud with partners.


TEAM TALK EXTENDER

The text states that the alligator is the ruler of the swamp. What if alligators didn’t live in the swamp? Think about the animals that we have read about so far. Which animal, other than the alligator, do you think would be the ruler of the swap? Why?


DAY THREE


TWO MINUTE EDIT

By day a alligators usually rests, sunning itself or floating, like an log in the water?(4)


TWO MINUTE EDIT

By day an alligator(s) usually rests, sunning itself or floating, like a(n) log in the water.(4)


TEAMWORK

Read pages

18 – 21 aloud with partners.


TEAM TALK EXTENDER

Look at the photographs on pages 18 - 19 of the text. How do you think mammals, such as otters and opossums, protect themselves from other dangerous animals?


DAY FOUR


TWO MINUTE EDIT

After they leave there shells, baby alligator are close watched by their Mother. (4)


TWO MINUTE EDIT

After they leave their shells, baby alligators are closely watched by their mother. (4)


TEAMWORK

Read pages

24 – 27 aloud with partners.


TEAM TALK EXTENDER

Did you know that bears live in swamps? Do you think this is strange? Why or why not?


DAY FIVE


TWO MINUTE EDIT

Now it is rare to sea won on the island, or anywhere else in the okefenokee. (4)


TWO MINUTE EDIT

Now it is rare to seeone on the island(,) or anywhere else in the Okefenokee. (4)


TEST BONUS QUESTION

Complete the outline

I. Birds of the Okefenokee

A. Small birds live in trees

B.

C.

D. Anhingas hunt in the water


To hear the sound of alligators

  • http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/soundfx/animals/AlligatorsCrocodiles.shtml


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