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Tuesday Lesson 20, Day 2. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: What things do children like to do? Why? When I give you the signal, turn and talk with your partner using the stem below. I like to ________ because _________. Read Aloud

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Tuesday lesson 20 day 2

Tuesday

Lesson 20, Day 2


Objective to listen and respond appropriately to oral communication
Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication.

Question of the Day:

What things do children like to do?

Why?

When I give you the signal,

turn and talk with your partner using the stem below.

I like to ________ because _________.


Objective to listen for a purpose

Read Aloud communication.

So Many Children

Objective: To listen for a purpose.

Big Book of Rhymes and Poems,

p. 37.


Objective to read high frequency words
Objective - To read high frequency words. communication.

Word Wall:

door

hurry

dear

told

would

onto

mother

carry

sky


Objective to delete phonemes to make new words
Objective: To delete phonemes to make new words communication.

Phonemic

Awareness

Phoneme

Deletion


Word blending

Objective: To build and blend words with communication.

/a/ and other known letter-sounds.

Word Blending

ai

l

m

r

ai

l

r

ai

n

d

ay


Word building

Objective: To build and blend words with communication.

/a/ and other known letter-sounds.

Word Building

d

ay

s

ay

p

l

ay

p

l

ai

n

r

ai

n

w

ai

t


Objective: To spell spelling words and high frequency words. communication.

Spelling Words

day

say

play

plain

rain

wait

feet

me

door

told


Read words in context

Objective: To use letter-sound knowledge to read decodable text.

To develop fluency.

Read Words in Context

We must wait for the rain to stop.

We may have to play in the house all day.

Did you say something?

Dad told me to stay here.

It is plain that the shoes are too big.


Cause and effect

Objective: To recognize text.

cause-and-effect in a text.

Cause and Effect

Things happen in a story for a reason.

What happens is called effect. Why it

happens is called cause.

  • To find cause and effect, ask two questions:

  • What happened? The boy is crying.

  • Why did it happen? The boy dropped his ice cream on the road.

  • The cause is the boy dropping his ice cream.

  • The effect is that he is crying.


Cause and effect1

Objective: To recognize text.

cause-and-effect in a text.

Cause and Effect

When we notice cause and effect in

a story it helps us understand the story

better. Do you remember the cause and

effect for Little Rabbit’s Tale?

  • To find cause and effect, ask two questions:

  • What happened? Little Rabbit thinks the sky is falling.

  • Why did it happen? An apple hit him on the head.

  • The cause is the apple hitting him on the head.

  • The effect is that he thinks the sky is falling.


Objective: To read high-frequency words. text.

Words to Know:

Story Words

clothes

camels

Arctic

snowshoes

Words to Know:

High-Frequency Words

cool

warm

dry

place

holes

four

move


Nonfiction selections tell facts about real things in the world. They often have photos of real people and places.

Ways People Live

by Emily Neye


Objective to develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations
Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations.

Robust Vocabulary

  • Grumbling

  • Chided

  • Realized


If you are grumbling you are complaining or letting others know you are unhappy about something

grumbling and situations.

If you are grumbling, you are complaining or letting others know you are unhappy about something.

The girls were grumbling.


Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations.

On my signal, answer this question in one voice

with “yes” or “no.”

You just won a prize. Would you start grumbling?

On my signal, answer this question in one voice

with “loudly” or “softly.”

If you are grumbling about something, do you speak

loudly or softly?


Chided
chided and situations.

If I chided you, I corrected you.

The child was chided for not wearing a helmet while skateboarding.


Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations.

  • If you would chide someone who did these things, shake

  • your finger. If you would not chide someone who did these

  • things, do nothing.

  • eat your snack without permission

  • say mean things to your friend

  • pour all your crayons on the floor

  • buy you an ice cream

  • help you become a better reader


realized and situations.

If you realized something, you suddenly understood

or knew it.

I realized that my shoes were on backwards.


Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations.

On my signal, turn and talk to your partner to name

something you realized after reading “Ways People Live.”

Be prepared to complete this stem:

When I read “Ways People Live,” I realized that

____________________________.


Objective to identify and use describing words that tell about taste smell sound and feel
Objective: To identify and use describing words that tell about taste, smell, sound, and feel

Can you find the describing words in this poem?

Safe at Home

There’s a growling noise outside like a bear.

There’s a musty smell like wet leaves in the air.

But inside my house, I feel cozy and warm.

I’m safe and I’m dry here away from the storm.


Objective: To write using describing words can tell about taste, smell, sound, and feel

  • Description of a Place

  • It names the place.

  • It tells what you can see, taste, smell, hear, and feel.

  • It helps readers feel as if they are in the place.


Which sentence makes you feel like you were there

Objective: To write using describing words can tell about taste, smell, sound, and feel

Which sentencemakes you feel like youwere there?

The birds flew over our boat.

Our little sailboat rocked with excitement when

the large screeching eagles swooped low over our

heads!

You can use descriptive words to make your writing more interesting to a reader.


Descriptive writing

Objective: To write using describing words can tell about taste, smell, sound, and feel

Descriptive Writing

Make a new descriptive web or use yesterday’s web to work on your sentence.


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