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Big Question:Why are some changes difficult?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday




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Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • Plot and Theme

  • Summarize

  • Adverbs that Tell When and Where


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adjust

  • ad – just

  • When you get used to a new situation, you adjust to it.

  • When you change or move something to make it fit or make it better, you adjust it.

  • The children will soon adjust to their new school.

  • We’ll have to adjust to the snowy weather.

  • Please adjust the position

    of the TV so we can see it.


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landmark

  • land - mark

  • A landmark can be any natural or human-made feature such as a building, a statue, a bridge, or a tree that identifies a location and can serve as a guide for directions.

  • The Great Salt Lake is a landmark in Utah.

  • Fisherman’s Wharf is a landmark in San Francisco.

  • The Empire State Building

    is a New York City landmark.

    (next word)





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unexpected

  • un – ex – pect - ed

  • Something that comes as a surprise or something you do not think will happen is unexpected.

  • The rainstorm was unexpected.

  • We had unexpected company yesterday.

  • The surprise party was unexpected.



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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • south - cow

  • What do you know about reading these words?

  • The vowels ou and ow can stand for the sound /ou/.

  • Today we will study vowels oi and oy and the sound they can stand for.


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  • oil

  • The letters oi and oy stand for the dipthong /oi/. In a dipthong, each vowel contributes to the sound heard.

    • boil

    • coin

    • join

    • choice

    • noise

    • spoil

    • boy

    • joy

    • enjoy

    • royal

    • cowboy


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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • oil

  • coil

  • The letters oi stand for the sound /oi/ in oil and coil.

  • boy

  • The letters oy stand for the sound /oi/ in boy.


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point

loyal

foil

joy

moist

destroy

broil

spoil

toy

hoist

voyage

joint

voice

enjoy

Dipthongs: oi, oy


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Making Words

a, e, i, o

j, n, p, t, y


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soil

oyster

spoil

coin

soy

cloud

boil

employ

scout

join

annoy

loyal

choice

royal

mouse

Dipthongs: oi, oy



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Word Family Word – guess(online dictionary)


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Word Family Word – guess

bless

chess

mess

dress

BessTruman


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Word Family Word – hand(online dictionary)


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Word Family Word – hand

brand

band

land

gland

sand

Grand Canyon

stand

grand

strand


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Theme and Plot & Summarize

  • Good readers pay attention to what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story.

  • They also think about the “Big idea” behind the story as they read


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Theme and Plot & Summarize

  • Theme is the “big idea” a story is about.

  • Plot is what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story.

  • A summary is a short retelling of a story.

  • We can summarize what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of a story to help understand and remember what we read.


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Daily Fix-It

i wipd my hands on the cloh

I wiped my hands on the cloth.

the childrin yelled with joy.

The children yelled with joy.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • Adverbs tell more about a verb.

  • Some adverbs show when or where.

  • School begins tomorrow.

  • Tomorrow tell when.

  • I will be a a new student there.

  • There tells where.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)

  • The moving van is parked outside.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)

  • The moving van is parked outside. (where)


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)

  • The moving van is parked outside. (where)

  • Soon we will go to a new house.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)

  • The moving van is parked outside. (where)

  • Soon we will go to a new house. (when)


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Vowel dipthong oi, oy

  • Plot and Theme

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will read about a boy who has to move.





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Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • Vocabulary Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Multiple-Meaning Words

  • Context Clues

  • Adverbs that Tell When and Where


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tease

  • tease

  • If you tease someone, that means you make fun of the other person.

  • You can tease someone in a playful or a hurtful way.

  • He teased her about her short haircut.

  • My friends tease me because I won’t go on the roller coaster.


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quiver

  • quiv - er

  • Quiver means “shakes quickly with movements or sounds.”

  • Her voice quivers as she tries to speak.

  • His hands quiver from the cold.

  • As the little horse tries to stand, its legs quiver.


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foreign

  • for - eign

  • A country that is not your own is foreign.

  • Someone or something that is from a different country is foreign.

  • We traveled to many foreign countries.

  • Alejandro is a foreign exchange student from Brazil.

  • Anna speaks two foreign languages.


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Read-Aloud

All the Same, Only Different


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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • choice

  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with the sound /oi/.

  • What sound do the letters oi stand for in this word?


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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds.

  • Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.

  • destroy


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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • sirloin

  • voyage

  • boyhood

  • ointment

  • Roy

  • broiler



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Dipthongs: oi, oyFind the words with oi and oy in “A New School.”

  • choice

  • join

  • voice

  • boy

  • toy

  • enjoy

  • rejoice



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Word Family Word – hide(online dictionary)


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Word Family Word – hide

glide

ride

tide

chide

pride

slide

stride


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oychoice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice


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Dipthongs: oi, oy

  • Could you enjoy the show with all that noise?

  • I will take the foil off the fish before I broil it.

  • The crowd was full of joy when they saw the cowboy.




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Vocabulary Words

  • trouble – something that is difficult or upsetting

  • giant – very large or huge

  • chuckle – to laugh quietly

  • fair – just and by the rules


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Vocabulary Words

  • strong – having great power or strength

  • block – part of a city or town

  • tears – drops of salty water that come from your eyes

    (next slide)



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More Words to Know

  • glee – great happiness or joy

  • usually – something that commonly happens


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trouble

friend

giant

move

chuckle

love

block

pretty

tears

school

Vocabulary Words


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Context Clues

  • There are strategies to use when you come across words you don’t understand.

  • You can look in a dictionary or glossary.

  • You can get the meaning from word parts—the base word, prefix, or suffix.

  • Sometimes you can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word.

  • Today we will learn how to use context clues to find the meaning of a multiple-meaning word.


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Daily Fix-It

the coboy ride his horse fast.

The cowboy rode his horse fast.

did jill enjoy the show.

Did Jill enjoy the show?


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • Adverbs tell more about a verb.

  • Some adverbs show when or where.

  • A moving van came today.

  • Today tell when.

  • Movers took boxes outside.

  • Outside tells where.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Lesson vocabulary

  • Summarize

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will find out how two children are alike, but different.





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Today we will learn about:

  • Dipthongs ou, ow

  • Dipthongs oi, oy

  • Amazing Words

  • Synonyms

  • Adverbs that Tell When and Where


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accent

  • ac - cent

  • When someone pronounces words in a way that is heard in a different part of the country or in a foreign county, we say that person has an accent.

  • Jose speaks with a Spanish accent.

  • My cousin has a southern accent.

  • In our class, we all have a southern accent!


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forlorn

  • for - lorn

  • If someone is forlorn, that person is lonely and sad.

  • Some children at camp were forlorn on their first day away from home.

  • The lost puppy looked forlorn.


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Read-Aloud

All the Same, Only Different


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Vocabulary Words

  • What have you done that helped someone else who was in trouble?

  • What are some things that make you chuckle?

  • What are some people, places, and things that can be found on the block where you live?


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Vocabulary Words

  • If you were giant, what things could you do that you can’t do now?

  • If you and your friend had a pile of toys, how could you be fair about sharing them?

  • What are sometimes when people cry tears?

  • What kinds of things could you do if you were really strong?



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Word Family Word – keep(online dictionary)


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Word Family Word – keep

peep

beep

sleep

creep

cheep

sheep

steep

sweep

weep


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Synonyms

  • Synonyms are words that have the same meaning.

  • The movers put a giant box onto the truck.

  • What are some synonyms for giant?

  • What are some synonyms for chuckle and strong?


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Daily Fix-It

did you here that noise.

Did you hear that noise?

a wave destroy my sandcastle

A wave destroyed my sandcastle.


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • Adverbs tell more about a verb.

  • Some adverbs show when or where.

  • Carla drove her car today.

  • Today tell when.

  • Carla drove her car downtown.

  • Downtown tells where.


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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Theme

  • Fluency

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow we will read another story about changes.





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Today we will learn about:

  • Dipthongs oi, oy

  • Adverbs That Tell When and Where

  • How to Deliver a Report



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Read-Aloud

The Brand New Kid


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Sentence Reading

  • I got up early so I could enjoy a full game of football.

  • I need to warm a cup of milk and boil the pudding.

  • Look, one of my eyes has a cut underneath it.


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Sentence Reading

  • You must put the pail of water and the pile of wood near the soil for the garden.

  • “That cookie is full of sugar,” said Uncle Gus in a playful voice.

  • Last summer some boys and I took care of a bulldog and other animals.



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Word Family Word – kneel(online dictionary)


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Word Family Word – kneel

peel

steel

heel

keel

wheel

reel

creel


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Daily Fix-It

a good friend is loial.

A good friend is loyal.

did dee make that sound.

Did Dee make that sound?


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Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  • Adverbs tell more about a verb.

  • Some adverbs show when or where something happens.


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Speaking and Listening: How to Deliver a Report

  • There are many different kinds of reports—news reports, weather report, oral book report to the class.

  • A report usually tells facts about a topic.

  • Your language should be matched to your audience.




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Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Making Connections; Text to Self

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • The stories we read this week were about changes. We will learn more about this topic tomorrow.




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Today we will learn about:

  • Dipthongs oi, oy

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Adverbs That Tell When and Where

  • E-Mail



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Read-Aloud

The Brand New Kid



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Dipthongs oi, oy

  • Did you broil the oysters and the sirloin?

  • I am full of joy when I avoid a bad choice!

  • Troy is the boy with the good voice.

  • She got oil on her new toy.



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Vocabulary Wordsstrong, trouble, chuckle, block, tears, giant, fair

  • My family went to the county ___.

  • I bought a ___red balloon there.

  • A ___gust of wind whipped through the air.

  • It stole my balloon without any ___ or care.

  • It blew the balloon around the ___ and into a tree.

  • No ___here, because what did I see?

  • I had to ____ --my balloon came back to me!


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Rhyming Words

  • My family went to the county fair.

  • I bought a giant red balloon there.

  • A strong gust of wind whipped through the air.

  • It stole my balloon without any trouble or care.

  • It blew the balloon around the block and into a tree.

  • No tears here, because what did I see?

  • I had to chuckle—my balloon came back to me!



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Daily Fix-It

sam collect baseball cards

Sam collects baseball cards.

did your team win the gam.

Did your team win the game?


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Technology: E-mail

  • When you have information you need to share with someone else, you may make a phone call or write a note.

  • We can use technology to communicate with others.


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Technology: E-mail

  • I use e-mail to send messages to my friends.

  • An e-mail is like a letter, but it is sent through the Internet and not through the postal service.

  • I have an e-mail address that I use to send and receive messages.

  • I type my friend’s e-mail address into the To box.

  • I type the topic of the message in the Subject line.

  • That way my friend will know what the message is about before opening it.

  • Let’s send an e-mail to the principal!


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Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Our Changing World



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APT Plus Video: Password Required

  • Timothy Goes to School


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We are now ready to take our story tests.

  • Story test

    • Classroom webpage,

    • Student page,

    • Taking Tests

  • AR

    • Other Reading Quizzes

    • Quiz # 904626


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