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Unit 1 Week 1 Day 3. LEAD21. Reinforcing The Theme. Look at the pictures on pages 14-15 of You Can Count on Me. Questions: How are these people counting on one another? Who do you count on in school? How? * Use the word “roles” to help answer the questions.

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Unit 1 week 1 day 3

Unit 1 Week 1 Day 3

LEAD21


Reinforcing the theme

Reinforcing The Theme

  • Look at the pictures on pages 14-15 of You Can Count on Me.

    Questions:

  • How are these people counting on one another?

  • Who do you count on in school? How?

    * Use the word “roles” to help answer the questions.


Vocabulary strategy use context clues

Vocabulary Strategy:Use Context Clues

-look for clues in the sentence or nearby sentences

Page 16, use clues to help figure out the meaning of favorite in the last sentence.

“he or she likes best”

Page 15, find 2 clues to figure out the meaning of leader.

A good leader knows what has to be done and helps others do it.

Captain of the soccer team


Determine author s purpose

Determine Author’s Purpose

  • The author’s reason for writing.

    • entertain- let readers have fun

    • inform- share information

    • persuade- try to get readers to do something or think a certain way

  • What is the author’s purpose in You Can Count on Me pages 12-13?


Use text features graph

Use Text Features: Graph

  • Text features help readers understand nonfiction texts.

    * Page 9

  • On what day did the family get the most mail?

  • What does the graph help you understand?


Set purposes

Set Purposes

Reread: Think about…

  • author’s purpose

  • text features- vocabulary words, chapter titles, captions, and graph.


Read together

Read Together

Reread Pages 6-17 in You Can Count on Me

Pages 6-9: what is the author’s purpose? How do you know?

Pages 10-11: What context clue helps you figure out what change means?

Page 12-17: What are the most important ideas in Chapter 2?


Phonics short vowels

Phonics: Short Vowels

  • Review short vowels using Sound-Spelling Cards 1, 5, 9, 15, 21

    • Review one or two consonant cards

    • Read each word slowly pointing to each sound:

      lot pan net zip cub


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High Frequency Words:

was

Fluency: “My Own Pet Lizard” (expression)

Practice Companion p. 5


Grammar sentences

Grammar: Sentences

  • A group of words that expresses a complete thought.

  • Sentence= Nonsentence=

  • The girls won the soccer game.

  • The muddy field behind the school

  • Parents cheered for their team.

  • had snacks after the game.


Grammar cont

Grammar cont.

  • Every sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period, question mark, or exclamation point.

  • My dog is named Max.

  • Did Max chew your shoe?

  • Max, sit.

  • My dog is making me crazy!


Writing sentence fluency

Writing: Sentence Fluency

Writing Models Chart p. 2

  • Fluent writing:

    - sounds smooth when read aloud

    - has a good rhythm

    - uses a variety of sentence types


Which example sounds more fluent

Which example sounds more fluent?

Example 1:

Example 2:

Jared was happy. His cousin was moving to his town. His cousin would now be his neighbor. They could play together all the time. His cousin was one of his best friends. Jared wanted to celebrate.

Jared was happy. His cousin, who was also one of his best friends, was moving to his town. In fact, he would be his neighbor. Now they could play together all the time. It was a day to celebrate!


Conventions

Conventions

  • correct spelling

  • punctuation

  • capitalization

    Jared was happy? His cousin, who was also one

    of his best frends, was moveing to his town. In fact, he would be his neighbor. now they could plai together all the time? It was a day two celebrate!

    Which words are misspelled?

    Can you find any letters that should be capitalized?


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