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Wednesday December 3 rd Lesson 13, Day 3. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Inchworms move slowly. When do you move slowly? Why? I move slowly when I ________ because _________.

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Wednesday

December 3rd

Lesson 13, Day 3


Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication.

Question of the Day:

Inchworms move slowly. When do you move slowly? Why?

I move slowly when I ________

because _________.


Objective: To identify characteristics of concrete poetry.

Read Aloud

“The Inchworm”


Objective - To read high frequency words.

Word Wall

air

fly

friends

grew

need

play

rain

watch


Objective: To delete initial phonemes from words.

Phonemic

Awareness

Phoneme

Deletion


Objective: To discriminate between the letter-sound associations /ch/ch, tch and /sh/ sh

Build Words

m

u

ch

m

u

n

ch

m

u

sh

m

a

sh

ch

a

p


Objective: To discriminate between the letter-sound associations /ch/ch, tch and /sh/ sh

Build Words

ch

i

p

ch

a

m

p

sh

i

p

ch

i

m

p


Objective: To use /ch/ch, tch, /sh/ sh, and other known letter-sounds to decode words

Digraphs /ch/ ch, tch

Mitch the chimp was in the kitchen.

“What’s for lunch?” Mitch asked.

Rich said, “We have mush, chips, and

chicken.”

“We’ll eat fish and shrimp, too.”

Munch, crunch! Chomp, Chomp!

“Yum!” said Mitch. “Thanks, Rich!”


chip

chin

inch

such

catch

match

wish

shop

saw

were

Objective: To use /ch/ch, tch, /sh/ sh, and other known letter-sounds to decode words

Spelling Words


Objective: To read with correct intonation in a manner that sounds like natural speech.

Fluency

Where would you like to go?

I eat this plant for lunch.


Objective: To practice retelling a story by sequence.

Sequence

“Hurry and the Monarch”

  • Who?

  • What?

  • When?

  • Where?

  • Why?


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

To develop fluency.

Small Groups

Let’s Read Caterpillars and

Connections

When called go to your first rotation!

Group 2

Group 1

Group 3


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

Robust Vocabulary

  • transform

  • examin

  • devour


transform

If you transform something, you totally change it.


examine

If you examine something, you look at it closely.


devour

If you devour something, you eat it all up very quickly.


Names of Days and Months

Objective: To recognize names of days of the weeks and months of the year.

Today is

This month is


Objective: To recognize names of days of the weeks and months of the year.

Grammar- Names of Days and Months

We have a class birthday party on the last

friday of each month.

We plan the party on thursday.

Last september, we had a party for Alberto.

Pam and Kim had a birthday party in

october.

We played fun games in november.

*Find the words that need to be capitalized.


Sequence Story

Objective: To understand sequence words

  • It tells everything in order.

  • It uses words such as first, next, and last.

  • It has a beginning, middle, and an ending.


Sequence Story

Write about School: Write about what

you did yesterday at school.

  • Use words First, Next, and Last

  • Write it in order of when it happened.

  • Tell beginning, middle, and end of your day.


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