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Cooperation and Competition. Unit 1: Open Court Marble Champ. Objectives. You will read and identify synonyms and use them in sentences to increase vocabulary. You will recognize and read regular plurals as well as identify singular forms of plurals.

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Cooperation and competition

Cooperation and Competition

Unit 1: Open Court

Marble Champ


Objectives

Objectives

  • You will read and identify synonyms and use them in sentences to increase vocabulary.

  • You will recognize and read regular plurals as well as identify singular forms of plurals.

  • You will also recognize and read words beginning with the /n/ sound spelled kn.

  • You will also recognize and read words beginning with the /e/ sound spelled ea.

  • Finally, you will develop fluency reading words and sentences aloud. Let’s begin!


Word knowledge the cheering fans created a and a

Word KnowledgeThe cheering fans created a _____and a ______.

  • A .commotion whispers

  • B. racket hubbub

  • C. marbles muscles

  • D. thumbsknuckles

  • E.. knee knot


Word knowledge the cheering fans created a racket and a hubbub

Word KnowledgeThe cheering fans created a racket and a hubbub.


Cooperation and competition

What do these words have in common?

  • Commotion racket disturbance hubbub

  • The words are synonyms. Synonyms are words that have almost the same meanings.

  • Raise your hands if your can tell me the meaning of the words and put them in a sentence.

  • Whispersmarblesmusclesthumbs

  • What do these words have in common?

  • The words are regular plurals. Regular plurals are formed by simply adding –s to a word. Can you identify the singular words?


Cooperation and competition

What is the same with these words?

Knucklesknee knotknow

  • The words contain the /n/ sound spelled kn. What are some other words with that spelling pattern?

  • (knight, knock, knife, knit).

  • What is the pattern with these words?

  • treasurebedspreadchessstrengthenshelf

  • The words contain the/e/ sound spelled e and ea.


Student observation

Student Observation

  • CluesProblemsWonderings

  • Fiction no good at sports Will Lupe be good at marbles?

  • Champ


Word knowledge playing can strengthen in the hands

Word KnowledgePlaying ______ can strengthen ________ in the hands.

  • A. Commotion racket

  • B. disturbance hubbub

  • C. whispers thumbs

  • D. marbles muscles

  • E. knuckles knee

  • F. knot know


Word knowledge playing can strengthen in the hands1

Word KnowledgePlaying ______ can strengthen ________ in the hands.

  • A. Commotion racket

  • B. disturbance hubbub

  • C. whispers thumbs

  • D. marbles muscles

  • E. knuckles knee

  • F. knot know


Word knowledge d playing marbles can strengthen muscles in the hands

Word KnowledgeD. Playing marbles can strengthen muscles in the hands.


What do these words have in common

What do these words have in common?

  • Commotion racket disturbance hubbub

  • The words are synonyms. Synonyms are words that have almost the same meanings.

  • Raise your hands if your can tell me the meaning of the words and put them in a sentence.

  • Whispersmarblesmusclesthumbs

  • What do these words have in common?

  • The words are regular plurals. Regular plurals are formed by simply adding –s to a word. Can you identify the singular words?


Please read the following sentences together

Please read the following sentences together:

  • When I scraped my knees and knuckles, my mom made a fuss.

  • Which words have the /n/ sound spelled kn?

  • Knees, knuckles – both are regular plurals

  • Now let’s read sentence 4:

  • Isabel will treasure the bedspread quilted for her by her grandmother.

  • Which words contain the /e/ sound spelled e and ea?

  • Isabel, treasure, bedspread, quilted


Word knowledge

Word Knowledge

  • Commotion racket disturbance hubbub

  • Whispers marbles muscles thumbs

  • Knuckles knee knot know

  • treasure bedspread chess strengthen shelf

  • The cheering fans created a racket and a hubbub.

  • Playing marbles can strengthen muscles in the hands.

  • When I scraped my knees, my mom made a fuss.

  • Isabel will treasure the bedspread quilted for her by her grandmother.


Word knowledge when i scraped my my mom made a fuss

Word KnowledgeWhen I scraped my _____, my mom made a fuss.

  • A. knee

  • B. knot

  • C. Know

  • D. chess


Word knowledge a when i scraped my knee my mom made a fuss

Word KnowledgeA. When I scraped my knee, my mom made a fuss.


What is the same with these words

What is the same with these words?

Knucklesknee knotknow

  • The words contain the /n/ sound spelled kn. What are some other words with that spelling pattern?

  • (knight, knock, knife, knit).

  • What is the pattern with these words?

  • treasurebedspreadchessstrengthenshelf

  • The words contain the/e/ sound spelled e and ea.


Please read the following sentences together1

Please read the following sentences together:

  • The cheering fans created a racket and a hubbub.

  • Raise your hand if you can identify the synonyms in the sentence.

  • Racket/hubbub

  • Playing marbles can strengthen muscles in the hands.

  • Let’s identify the regular plurals in the sentence:

  • Marbles, muscles, hands


Background information

Background Information

  • Marbles is played with small, hard, round objects that may be made of stone, glass, steel, clay or plastic.

  • Players shoot a marble at other target marbles placed inside a circle drawn on the ground. Opponents’ marbles knocked out of the ring may be kept or scored as points.

  • Marble shooters “knuckle down” by placing the knuckle of their first finger on the ground. Then they put the marble in the joint of that finger and use their thumb to snap the marble at their opponents’ marbles.

  • Shooters try for accuracy in their aim and distance in their shots.


Word knowledge isabel will the quilted for her by her grandmother

Word Knowledge Isabel will ______ the _______ quilted for her by her grandmother.

  • A. commotion racket

  • B. disturbance hubbub

  • C. whispers marbles

  • D. muscles thumbs

  • E. treasure bedspread


Word knowledge isabel will the quilted for her by her grandmother1

Word Knowledge Isabel will ______ the _______ quilted for her by her grandmother.

  • A. commotion racket

  • B. disturbance hubbub

  • C. whispers marbles

  • D. muscles thumbs

  • E. treasure bedspread


Word knowledge isabel will treasure the bedspread quilted for her by her grandmother

Word Knowledge Isabel will treasure the bedspread quilted for her by her grandmother.


The marble champ

The Marble Champ

  • Predict what the story might be about

  • Questions that come to mind.

  • Images that pop into my mind. (Visualize)

  • Summarize story in own words

    • Listen/Speak 1.1,1.2


Preview and prepare reading 2 3 pp 36m 36n

Preview and Prepare (Reading 2.3 pp. 36M-36N)

  • Let ‘s read aloud:the title, the author and illustrator.

  • Now let’s browse the first page or two of the story.

  • Who are the main characters?

  • Look at the illustrations in the selections.

  • Make sure you make predictions about the text to help monitor your comprehension.

  • Look for: clues, problems, such as unfamiliar words (trans. 54)

  • Now let’s look at the focus question.


Set purpose focus question

Set Purpose (Focus Question)

  • What enables Lupe to accomplish her grades?

  • Must one have natural ability to order to become good at something?


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