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Lesson 1 Day 1. Question of the Day. What do you do when you want to make new friends? When I want to make a new friend, I _______. Read Aloud. Set a Purpose: Why might we listen to a story? to learn or to enjoy

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Lesson 1 day 1

Lesson 1 Day 1

Question of the day

Question of the Day

  • What do you do when you want to make new friends?

  • When I want to make a new friend, I _______.


Read aloud

Read Aloud

  • Set a Purpose:

  • Why might we listen to a story?

  • to learn or to enjoy

  • Along with enjoying the story, you should listen to understand how the main character is feeling.

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Read Aloud

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Read Aloud

  • What happens to Alex in the story?

  • Alex moves to a new town.

  • How do you think Alex feels?

  • nervous, scared, lonely, sad

  • Why do you think he feels that way?

  • He doesn’t know anyone.

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Phonics and spelling short vowels a e i o u

Phonics and SpellingShort Vowels a, e, i, o, u

  • ă The letter a can stand for the short vowel ă sound, as in pat.

  • ĕ The letter e can stand for the short vowel ĕ sound, as in Ben.

  • ĭ The letter i can stand for the short vowel ĭ sound, as in tin.

  • ŏ The letter o can stand for the short vowel ŏ sound, as in top.

  • ŭThe letter u can stand for the short ŭ vowel sound, as in cup.


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Phonics and SpellingShort Vowels a, e, i, o, u

  • can ten pin top cut

  • cvc cvc cvc cvc cvc

  • Notice the consonant-vowel-consonant pattern.

  • The vowel is closed in by consonants.

  • Words with this pattern have a short vowel sound.


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Phonics and SpellingShort Vowels a, e, i, o, u

  • magnet basket picnic

  • mag net

  • bas ket

  • pic nic

  • Each syllable has a vowel sound.


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Phonics and SpellingShort Vowels a, e, i, o, u

  • You Try!

  • napkin kitten contest cannot

  • nap kin

  • kit ten

  • con test

  • can not

  • You have 2 minutes to create nonsense words by mixing up the syllables in the previous words. Write them in your journal.


Spelling pretest

Spelling Pretest

  • this

  • went

  • jump

  • still

  • last

  • dust

  • tell

  • drop

  • shut

  • lamp

  • stop

  • felt

  • drink

  • clock

  • stand


Characters and setting

Focus Skill

Characters and Setting

  • Turn to page 16 in your book.

  • I know I usually find out about the characters and setting in the beginning of a story. If the story takes place at a school, I know I might read about children in a classroom or on a playground. As I read a story, I think about what a character says and does. I think how I would feel if I were a the character.

  • Let’s read pages 16-17 together.


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Focus Skill

Characters and Setting




Turn to page 2 of your practice book.


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Focus Skill

Characters and Setting

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Listening comprehension read aloud

Listening ComprehensionRead Aloud


  • Good readers try to read every word correctly, or accurately. When they realize that they have read a word incorrectly, they go back and reread it so that the sentence makes sense.

Connect with what you know.

Think about your first day at a new school. Turn and talk to a partner about your first day at a new school.

“First Day Jitters” is the title of the story I am going to read to you.

Jitters – to be nervous

Did you have jitters on your first day?


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Listening ComprehensionRead Aloud

Genre: Realistic Fiction

  • Does a story about a first day at school sound like real life?

  • Stories about things that could happen in real life are called realistic fiction.

  • I know that realistic fiction is like real life. I expect that the characters in this story will be like people I know. I expect that the school will be like my school in many ways.


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Listening ComprehensionRead Aloud

Focus Skill:

Characters and Setting

  • Two important parts of every story are the characters – people in the story – and the setting – when and where the story takes place.

  • Listen to identify the characters as I read “First Day Jitters”. Just as in real life, the characters do not stay in one place; so one story can take place in several settings.


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Listening ComprehensionRead Aloud

  • Respond!

  • What is Realistic Fiction?

  • A story that could happen in real life.

  • Who were the characters in the story?

  • Where did the story take place?

  • Why was Sarah nervous about teaching?

  • Thumbs up if you enjoyed the story, thumbs down if you didn’t.




The word is…


What is the word?


We trudged through the tall grass to get to the lake. Which would you trudge through, a pool or a swamp?

  • Sarah trudged into the kitchen because she did not want to get up for school.

  • If you walked slowly as though your feet were stuck in the mud, you trudged.




  • Mrs. Burton gushed at Sarah to show how glad she was to see her.

  • When you were excited about something and talked a lot about it, you gushed.

  • The word is….

  • gushed

  • What is the word?

  • gushed

  • Jason’s parents gushed whenever he scored a goal in a soccer game.

  • When would you gush over a puppy – when it obeyed you, or when it chewed your shoe?


Daily proofreading

Daily Proofreading

  • 1. we have a new student today?

    2. She will sat in the frunt row


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Daily Proofreading

  • Check your work!

  • 1. We have a new student today.

    2. She will sit in the front row.


Grammar sentences statements questions

Grammar: Sentences: Statements & Questions

  • A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought.

  • You make sentences all the time when you talk.

  • Sarah tumbled out of bed.

  • Notice:

  • the words are in order

  • they make sense to tell a complete thought

  • It begins with a capitol letter

  • ends with an end mark (period)


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Grammar: Sentences: Statements & Questions

  • Sarahtumbled out of bed.

  • One part of the sentence tells who or what

  • Sarah

  • and the other part tells what the who or what is or does.

  • tumbled out of bed


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Grammar: Sentences: Statements & Questions

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Grammar: Sentences: Statements & Questions

Complete each incomplete sentence in your journal.

is in the drawer.

The dog

The boys

  • used the markers.

  • My friend

  • liked the CD.


Writing descriptive paragraph

Writing: Descriptive Paragraph


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Writing: Descriptive Paragraph

  • A Descriptive Paragraph…

  • uses words that help readers see, hear, feel, smell, and sometimes taste what is happening.

  • includes plenty of details.


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Writing: Descriptive Paragraph

  • Let’s brainstorm some descriptive words for a trip to the park. Draw this chart in your journal.


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