Thursday October 1 st Lesson 6, Day 4. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Think about things that make you happy. What are some things you enjoy? On my signal, turn and talk with your partner using the following stem.
Lesson 6, Day 4
Question of the Day:
Think about things that make you happy. What are some things you enjoy?
On my signal, turn and talk with your partner using the following stem.
I enjoy _______ .
Read Aloud – “As I Was Going Along”
That is not my cat.
That isn’t my cat.
Isn’t is a contraction.
It’s an easier way to say is not.
We are not going to play.
We aren’t going to play.
Aren’t is a contraction.
It’s an easier way to say are not.
I did not call him.
I didn’t call him.
Didn’t is a contraction.
It’s an easier way to say did not.
She has not been here.
She hasn’t been here.
Hasn’t is a contraction.
It’s an easier way to say has not.
They have not looked there.
They haven’t looked there.
Haven’t is a contraction.
It’s an easier way to say have not.
Objective: To read high-frequency words.
Name places you would like to locate on a globe. Why would you like to find out where these places are?
Locate something in the classroom that is round. Give directions that tell how classmates can locate it.
Pretend you are searching for a hidden treasure. Where are you and what are you looking for?
What kind of store would you visit to search for your favorite game?
How can you use a computer to search for information?
Name a symbol you see at school. What does it stand for?
Make up a symbol that stands for you. Describe what it would look like and explain why?
Did Sam throw the ball?
Sam threw the ball.
Objective: To develop a list of criteria for effective sentences about places
Writing Sentences About a Place