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Storm in the Night. Unit 5 Lesson 3. Day 1: Word Knowledge. Line 1: downspouts birdbath thunderstorm homework Compound words What are the 2 words that make each compound word? Line 2: whistle what whined when All begin with /hw/ sound. Can you use these words in a sentence?

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storm in the night

Storm in the Night

Unit 5 Lesson 3

day 1 word knowledge
Day 1:Word Knowledge
  • Line 1: downspouts birdbath thunderstorm homework

Compound words

What are the 2 words that make each compound word?

  • Line 2: whistle what whined when

All begin with /hw/ sound.

Can you use these words in a sentence?

What are some other words that start with the /hw/

sound?

slide3
Line 3: silly silliness happy happiness
  • Line 4: calm calmness

Base words with the suffix –ness.

How does it change the word?

Adj. to a noun

What is the base word ?

slide4
Line 5: scratched kitchen half

These are words from our story and have silent consonants.

What are the silent consonants?

t in /ch/ spelled /tch/

l in /lf/

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Sentence 1: “I’m not afraid of thunderstorms, like Ringo and your dog.”
  • Sentence 2: Thomas’s voice was like a penny whistle.
  • Sentence 3: “There’s to much silliness in here.”

Can you underline the compound word?

Can you circle the word with the /wh/ sound?

Can you put a triangle around the word with a suffix?

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Sentence 4: The dog scratched at half of its food on the kitchen floor.

Can you underline the words that have a silent consonant?

scratched, half, kitchen

day 2 d o l
Day 2:D.O.L.
  • Find a word and name it’s location, then ask another student to identify the word and use it in a sentence.
  • Line 1: downspouts birdbath thunderstorm homework
  • Line 2: whistle what whined when
  • Line 3: silly silliness happy happiness
  • Line 4: calm calmness
  • Line 5: scratched kitchen half
name a rhyming word for each word
Name a rhyming word for each word

Have another student make up a sentence with the rhyming word.

  • Line 3: silly silliness happy happiness
  • Line 4: calm calmness
  • Line 5: scratched kitchen half
day 1 build background
Day 1:Build Background

Do you ever remember a time where the electricity went out during a storm?

You can tell stories to help pass the time during a storm.

What kind of stories has your family told you?

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The story we are about to read is realistic fiction, which means the events are made up, but could happen in real life.

Often in storms, the electricity can shut off.

This can happen because strong winds can knock over power lines, and sometimes lightning can strike a power line.

preview and prepare
Preview and Prepare
  • Let’s browse through the story and look for problems, clues, and wonderings.
selection vocabulary
Selection Vocabulary
  • repeats

Something that is done again

brave
brave
  • Having courage
errand
errand
  • A short trip to do something
overcome
overcome
  • To beat or conquer.
natural
natural
  • Not artificial
vocabulary match
repeats

brave

errand

overcome

natural

Not artificial or man made

A short trip to do something

Having courage

Something that is done again

To beat or conquer

Vocabulary Match
vocabulary practice
Vocabulary Practice
  • The athlete was ________ when facing her opponent.
  • Dad and I went to town on an ________to

the hardware store.

  • I have worked very hard to _________the urge to bite my nails.
  • It’s only_________ for cats to eat mice.
  • Sometimes when I listen to the radio, I get tired of hearing all the _________.
other important vocabulary
Other Important Vocabulary
  • mandarin

Orange or reddish- yellow

scarcely
scarcely
  • Barely
brandishing
brandishing
  • To swing or shake an object in a way that signals possible danger.
drenched
drenched
  • To soak completely
bough
bough
  • One of the major branches of a tree
day 1 english language conventions
Day 1:English Language Conventions
  • Do these sentences need commas? If so, where are they needed?
  • We rode the roller coaster and the Ferris wheel.
  • Mai Ling dreams of being an engineer a scientist or a doctor.
  • Toby is afraid of diving underwater but Dexter loves to swim to the bottom of the pool.
day 2 word analysis
Day 2:Word Analysis
  • What are the silent letters?

calf lamb match

Turn to pg. 255 LA Handbook

Oh,I can’t possibly eat all that food.

(commas are used after interjections with mild feeling)

Alas! The weather report arrived too late for me to save my boat.

Wow!

day 3 word analysis
Day 3:Word Analysis
  • Do page 112-113 Spelling Vocab. Skills
  • Review Comp LA Skills pg. 140-141
  • Write 3 sentences using some of these words using conjunctions and interjections
  • horse, wagon, Grandmother, Grandfather, home, journey, faucet, creaked, slopes, friends, faraway, long ago, icicles, snow, chickens, automobile, castle, thunder, wedding
day 4 word analysis
Day 4:Word Analysis
  • Here are some words that are worn out
  • nice, good, mad
  • Let’s see if we can use more effective words and list them

Instead of nice, we can use________

Instead of good, we can use ________

Instead of mad, we can use_________

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