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How can we be responsible family members?Click to listen to story


Small GroupTimer


Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City: Vocabulary

Spelling City: Amazing Words

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Spelling City

Review Games


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Bad Dog, Dodger!


How can we be responsible family members?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Monday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Monday


Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Silent Consonants

  • Plot and Theme

  • Prior Knowledge

  • Using I and Me


behavior

  • be – hav- ior

  • The way people and animals act or behave is called theirbehavior.

  • The children had good behavior during the assembly.

  • The dog’s behavior improved after we trained her.

  • We enjoy watching the birds’ behavior at the feeders.


cooperate

  • co – op – er - ate

  • When people or animals work together to accomplish a goal, they cooperate with each other.

  • The children will cooperate to paint a mural on the wall.

  • The dog will cooperate with its owner to learn new tricks.

  • The workers cooperated to build the house.


obedient

  • o - be – di – ent

  • When a person or an animal is willing to do what they are told to do, he or she is obedient.

  • The obedient children did what their parents asked them to do.

  • The dog was obedient when he stopped jumping on people.


Listen for Amazing Words.


Silent Consonants

  • knew

  • You can read this word. What sound do you hear at the beginning?

  • What do you know about the beginning sound of this word?

  • The k is silent.

  • Today we’ll learn other words that have silent letters.


  • nurse

  • The letter n usually stands for the sound /n/.

  • Initial:

    • net

    • not

    • nap

  • Final:

    • can

    • sun

    • pen

  • When a word begins with kn, the k is silent.

    • knight

    • knock

    • knee

  • When a word begins with gn, the g is silent.

    • gnaw

    • gnat

    • sign


  • mountain

  • The letter m usually stands for the sound /m/.

  • Initial:

    • me

    • map

    • mud

    • mix

    • mint

    • mess

  • Final:

    • am

    • drum

    • him

  • Medial:

    • camel

    • lemon

    • cement

  • The letters mb at the end of the word usually stand for the sound /m/.

    • comb

    • lamb

    • crumb


  • rocket

  • The letter r usually stands for the sound /r/.

  • Initial r:

    • red

    • rug

    • rip

    • raft

    • rock

    • rag

  • Final r:

    • fur

    • car

    • stir

  • When a word begins with wr, the w is silent.

    • wrap

    • write

    • wrong

    • wreck

    • wrist

    • wrench


knit

comb

knife

gnat

write

sign

What do you know about reading these words?

The letters kn, wr, gn, and mb can stand for the consonant sounds n, r, n,and m.

Silent Consonants


wrinkle

gnu

knee

plumber

design

wreath

Silent Consonants


Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


Silent Consonants

wreck, gnu, knee, knew, comb, gnat, wriggle, wreath, limb, knock, dumb. design


knock

lamb

knight

knee

limb

write

wren

comb

Silent Consonants


sign

knuckle

gnome

climb

wrote

gnat

knife

Silent Consonants


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Plot and Theme

  • Remember One Dark Night.

  • What happened in the story?

  • Tell what you learned about Jonathan.

  • What might have happened if Jonathan had not helped the cat?


Plot and Theme

  • What happens in a story’s beginning, middle, and ending is called the plot.

  • The way characters feel can affect how they act, and their actions make up the plot.

  • The theme of a story is the story’s “big idea,” or what we learn from the story.

  • We can use what we already know to draw conclusions about the theme.


Daily Fix-It

the rong date is on the sign

The wrong date is on the sign.

the lam scared the wren away?

The lamb scared the wren away.


Pronouns I and Me

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns.

  • The pronouns I and me take the place of your name.

  • Use I in the subject of the sentence.

  • Use me after an action verb.


Pronouns I and Me

  • Always write I with a capital letter.

  • I always wanted a dog.

  • My parents gave me a dog.


Pronouns I and Me

  • When you talk about yourself and another person, name yourself last.

  • The pronouns I and me take the place of your name.

  • The dog and I sing together.

  • People are surprised when they hear the dog and me.


Pronouns I and Me

  • ____ have a dog named Pepper.


Pronouns I and Me

  • I have a dog named Pepper.

  • Pepper and ___ are best friends.


Pronouns I and Me

  • I have a dog named Pepper.

  • Pepper and I are best friends.

  • Pepper sings with ____.


Pronouns I and Me

  • I have a dog named Pepper.

  • Pepper and I are best friends.

  • Pepper sings with me.

  • Singing makes Pepper and ___ happy.


Pronouns I and Me

  • I have a dog named Pepper.

  • Pepper and I are best friends.

  • Pepper sings with me.

  • Singing makes Pepper and me happy.

  • Maybe Pepper and __ can sing for you.


Pronouns I and Me

  • I have a dog named Pepper.

  • Pepper and I are best friends.

  • Pepper sings with me.

  • Singing makes Pepper and me happy.

  • Maybe Pepper and I can sing for you.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Silent Consonants kn, wr, gn, mb

  • Plot

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow the class will read about a pet that needs to learn how to follow rules.


Bad Dog, Dodger!Monday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Tuesday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Tuesday


Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Silent Consonants

  • Vocabulary

  • High Frequency Words

  • Endings –ed and –ing

  • Word Structure

  • Using I and Me


companion

  • com – pan – ion

  • A companion is a person or animal who spends time with you, as a friend.

  • My grandfather lives alone but has a little dog for a companion.

  • The toddler has companions who like to play together.

  • The kitten is a companion for the older dog.


consider

  • con – sid - er

  • When you consider something, you think about it very carefully before making a decision.

  • Mom will consider allowing me to get a pet cat.

  • I had to consider whether I wanted to take piano lessons or not.


reprimand

  • rep – ri - mand

  • If you get a reprimand, that means you get a talking to, a warning, or a scolding for doing something wrong.

  • He got a reprimand for being late for school so many times.

  • Mom gave me a reprimand for walking across the carpet with muddy shoes.


Zooks


Silent Consonants

  • knighthood

  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with silent consonants that stand for the /n/ sound.

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

  • What’s the word?


Silent Consonants

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

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


gnaw

wreck

lamb

wriggle

kneepads

design

knickers

gnarl

wristband

signpost

knockout

Silent Consonants


Listen for words with the silent consonant.


know

wrong

wrestle

knock

knickknacks

kneecaps

climb

gnaw

Silent ConsonantsPick out the words with silent consonants in “I’m Just a New Puppy.”


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

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Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Silent Consonants

wrestle, gnaw, sign, knuckle, plumber, climb, knickknack, knothole, wrinkle, gnat, wristwatch, lamb


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Silent Consonants

  • If you climb the tree, you can see a wren in a nest.

  • It is wrong to go inside a house before you knock!

  • I will sign my name on the card and then wrap the gift.

  • Let’s write about a lamb and a gnat with a comb.


Vocabulary Words

  • practice – to repeat an action in order to improve

  • grabbed – took hold of something suddenly

  • chewing – grinding something between your teeth

  • chased – ran after someone


Vocabulary Words

  • treat – a special gift, often food

  • wagged – moved from side to side

  • dripping – a liquid falling slowly, drop by drop

  • bleachers– raised seats on which people sit to watch sports games

  • spectators – people who watch an event

  • dugout – a shelter where baseball players sit when they’re waiting to play

  • (next slide)


bleachers


spectators


dugout


practice

everybody

grabbed

laugh

chewing

mother

chased

picture

treat

school

wagged

pull

dripping

parents

Vocabulary Words


Word Structure

  • Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts.

  • We may understand the base word and the prefix or the base word and suffix.

  • We can look in a dictionary or glossary.

  • We can look for endings in the unknown word.

  • Today we will learn more about the endings –ed and –ing.


Daily Fix-It

she will com the lambs wool

She will comb the lamb’s wool.

the nat bit the ren.

The gnat bit the wren.


Pronouns I and Me

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns.

  • The pronouns I and me take the place of your name.

  • Use I in the subject of the sentence.

  • Use me after an action verb.

  • I is always a capital letter.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Lesson Vocabulary

  • Theme and Plot

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • Tomorrow you will hear about a girl who learns to be responsible.


Bad Dog, Dodger!Tuesday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Wednesday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Wednesday


Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Silent Consonants

  • Classify/Categorize

  • Using I and Me


confident

  • con –fi –dent

  • If animals or people are sure about things or are certain they have the ability to do something, then they will be confident in themselves.

  • Nate felt confident he would do well on the math test.

  • I patted the dog’s head so he would feel confident he was behaving properly.


properly

  • prop – er – ly

  • When something is done in a correct way, it is done properly.

  • I learned to form all my cursive letters properly.

  • Mom said we needed to behave properly when we visited her friend.

  • A properly trained dog will not tug on its leash.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

uncover, precook, prepaid, react, dislike, distaste, undo, replay, reread, pretest, disagree, unlace


VocabularyWhich situation is a good example of the vocabulary word?

  • Which is an example of practice—a baseball team gets together to work on playing better, or a baseball team meets with another baseball team to play a game?

  • Which is an example of something being grabbed—a girl handed an apple to her sister or a girl took her sister’s apple away from her?


VocabularyWhich situation is a good example of the vocabulary word?

  • Which is an example of chewing—a baby is crushing a blanket with her teeth or a baby is holding a blanket while she sleeps?

  • Which is an example of something being chased—a boy ran after his hat as it blew away in the wind or a boy threw his hat into the air?


VocabularyWhich situation is a good example of the vocabulary word?

  • Which is an example of getting a treat –getting sent to your room or getting a box of candy?

  • Which is an example of something being wagged –a dog moved his tail back and forth or a dog ran after his tail to try to catch it?

  • Which is an example of someone dripping –a girl who just climbed out of a pool or a girl who hasn’t gone swimming yet?


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep (lamb)

  • A kind of job


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep (lamb)

  • A kind of job (plumber)

  • The opposite of right


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep (lamb)

  • A kind of job (plumber)

  • The opposite of right (wrong)

  • Things people can do


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep (lamb)

  • A kind of job (plumber)

  • The opposite of right (wrong)

  • Things people can do (knock, write, climb, wrap, wrestle)

  • Things people use for their hair


Silent Consonants

  • Something a person can read (sign)

  • A baby sheep (lamb)

  • A kind of job (plumber)

  • The opposite of right (wrong)

  • Things people can do (knock, write, climb, wrap, wrestle)

  • Things people use for their hair (comb)


Silent Consonants

  • Body parts


Silent Consonants

  • Body parts (knee, knuckle)

  • Rhyme with hen


Silent Consonants

  • Body parts (knee, knuckle)

  • Rhyme with hen (wren)

  • Rhyme with fat


Silent Consonants

  • Body parts (knee, knuckle)

  • Rhyme with hen (wren)

  • Rhyme with fat (gnat)

  • Rhyme with cob


Silent Consonants

  • Body parts (knee, knuckle)

  • Rhyme with hen (wren)

  • Rhyme with fat (gnat)

  • Rhyme with cob (knob)


Classify/Categorize

  • Remember the title of this story is Bad Dog, Dodger!

  • If you want to understand why Dodger is considered a bad dog, you can classify, or group, the things that Dodger does that make people think he is a bad dog.

  • For example, he knocks over the trash, jumps into the bathtub, and chews Sam’s baseball cap.


Classify/Categorize

  • Bad Dog, Dodger! It is also about baseball.

  • Think of all the words in the story that can be classified, or grouped, under the word baseball.


Daily Fix-It

the sine said? “Training for dogs.”

The sign said, “Training for dogs.”

what should i teach my dog.

What should I teach my dog?


Pronouns I and Me

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns.

  • The pronouns I and me take the place of your name.

  • Use I in the subject of the sentence.

  • Use me after an action verb.

  • Write I with a capital letter.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Plot and Theme

  • Fluency

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will read about how to train a puppy.


Bad Dog, Dodger!Wednesday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Thursday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Thursday


Today we will learn about:

  • Silent Consonants

  • Fluency

  • Using I and Me

  • Retell a Movie or Play


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Oscar the Puppy


Sentence Reading

  • A weekly helper came to our class for the whole day.

  • I had enough meat to make the biggest, fattest sandwich!

  • Look above the shelf at the lovely gift for my teacher.


Sentence Reading

  • It is the hardest word to read since it is longer than most.

  • The story began, “Long ago, there was a graceful dancer.”

  • The doctor seems busiest toward the end of the day.


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Daily Fix-It

my cat chewwed my soks

My cat chewed my socks.

i wish me knew why?

I wish I knew why.


Pronouns I and Me

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns.

  • The pronouns I and me take the place of your name.

  • Use I in the subject of the sentence.

  • Use me after an action verb.

  • Write I with a capital letter.


Speakers:

Face the group.

Speak clearly.

Speak loudly enough to be heard.

Listeners:

Sit quietly.

Face the speaker.

Listen to what the speaker says.

Speaking and Listening: Retell a Movie or a Play


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Making Connections: Text to World

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • We read a story about how to train a puppy. Tomorrow we will hear about more ways to teach a puppy to behave.


Bad Dog, Dodger!Thursday


Bad Dog, Dodger!Friday


Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Vocabulary Words

  • High Frequency Words

  • Silent Consonants

  • Using I and Me

  • Encyclopedia


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Silent Consonants

  • Did you see the wren perch on that limb?

  • I will wrap my hurt knee with tape.

  • I drew the wrong design on my sign.

  • My new shirt had a wrinkle in it.


Vocabulary Words

  • It is a word that means ran after.


Vocabulary Words

  • It is a word that means ran after. (chased)

  • You are happy when you get one of these.


Vocabulary Words

  • It is a word that means ran after. (chased)

  • You are happy when you get one of these. (treat)

  • It is the way a happy dog moved its tail.


Vocabulary Words

  • It is a word that means ran after. (chased)

  • You are happy when you get one of these. (treat)

  • It is the way a happy dog moved its tail. (wagged)

  • It is what water is doing when it comes out in drops.


Vocabulary Words

  • It is a word that means ran after. (chased)

  • You are happy when you get one of these. (treat)

  • It is the way a happy dog moved its tail. (wagged)

  • It is what water is doing when it comes out in drops. (dripping)


Vocabulary Words

  • You must do this to get better at something.


Vocabulary Words

  • You must do this to get better at something. (practice)

  • It is a word that means “took quickly.”


Vocabulary Words

  • You must do this to get better at something. (practice)

  • It is a word that means “took quickly.” (grabbed)


Vocabulary Words

  • You must do this to get better at something. (practice)

  • It is a word that means “took quickly.” (grabbed)

  • You are doing this before you swallow food.


Vocabulary Words

  • You must do this to get better at something. (practice)

  • It is a word that means “took quickly.” (grabbed)

  • You are doing this before you swallow food. (chewing)


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Daily Fix-It

my dog listen to Me

My dog listens to me.

then I and Dad comb his hare

Then Dad and I comb his hair.


Encyclopedia

  • Encyclopedias help people find information about many topics.

  • Encyclopedias contain articles, which are arranged in alphabetical order by topic.

  • Like dictionaries, encyclopedias have guide words and entries.


Encyclopedia

  • Printed encyclopedias often contain many different books, called volumes.

  • The volumes are numbered and have letters on them.

  • Choose the volume that your topic would be found in.

  • Use the guide words to find your topic.


Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Responsibility


Bad Dog, Dodger!Friday


Bad Dog, Dodger!


Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City: Vocabulary

Spelling City: Amazing Words

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Spelling City

Review Games


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