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Unit 20, Lesson 3. February 25, 2011. W. A. L. T. Determine vowel digraphs with at least 80% accuracy Determine the different sound/spelling patterns of vowel digraphs at least 8 of 10 trials successfully Determine predicate nominatives in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials

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Unit 20 lesson 3

Unit 20, Lesson 3

February 25, 2011


W a l t

W. A. L. T.

  • Determine vowel digraphs with at least 80% accuracy

  • Determine the different sound/spelling patterns of vowel digraphs at least 8 of 10 trials successfully

  • Determine predicate nominatives in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials

  • Determine direct objects in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials

  • Answer questions with 0-3 look backs


1 review vowel digraphs

1. Review: Vowel Digraphs

  • A vowel digraph is made up of two vowel letters that combine to make a single vowel sound.

  • Vowel digraphs can be found at the beginning, middle, or end of a word or syllable.

  • Knowing the position of a vowel sound in a word can help a writer determine which vowel digraph to use to spell the word.


1 discover it vowel digraphs ea ie and ey

1. Discover It: Vowel Digraphs ea, ie, and ey

  • Key, Brief, Glee, Beam, Pea, Chief, Seen, Money, Shield, Eat, Valley, Tree

  • Sort the words into two columns

    • Ee Ea Ie Ey

glee

beam

brief

key

seen

pea

chief

money

tree

eat

shield

valley


1 discover it vowel digraphs ea ie and ey1

1. Discover It: Vowel Digraphs ea, ie, and ey

  • Each of the words listed on the previous slide(key, brief, glee, beam, pea, chief, seen, money, shield, eat, valley, tree) have the long e sound in them

    • Ee, ea, ie, and ey represent the long e sound

  • Ee is found at the middle or end of words

    • Example: seen, glee

  • Ea is found at the beginning, middle, or end of words

    • Example: eat, beam, pea

  • Ieis found in the middle of words

    • Example: shield

  • Ey is found at the end of words

    • Example: money


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Workbook Page R4

eat

chief

play

key

show

great

toe


2 divide it

2. Divide It

  • Use page R6 and R7 as resources

  • Please turn to workbook page C17

  • Find and divide the following words

  • Line 4: awardee

  • Line 4: science

  • Line 45: between


2 divide it1

2. Divide It

awardee

science

between

* Notice the vowel and consonant sequence in each syllable *


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Workbook Page R18


2 word fluency

2. Word Fluency

  • Record the best trial on page R42

  • Unit 20

  • Lesson 3

  • February 25, 2011

    • 2-25-11


3 focus on vocabulary

3. Focus on Vocabulary

  • Please turn to workbook page C17

  • Locate the following words and their definitions (at the bottom of each page):

    • Rummaged

    • Accurate

    • Reluctantly

    • Entranced

    • Opponent

    • Glumly

  • We have to read the words, clarify them and clarify any meaning of those words


3 use the clues

3. Use the Clues

  • Please turn to workbook page C18

  • Read lines 50-55

  • Follow the directions in Use the Clues A to determine the meaning of the phrases first set and one more set


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Workbook Page C18

A set is a number of repetitions.

Lupe did 10 pushups.

Lupe wanted to do 20 pushups.


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3. Use the Clues

  • Please turn to workbook page C19

  • Read lines 63-68

  • Follow the directions in Use the Clues B to determine the meaning of the phrase a milky agate


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Workbook Page C19

A marble that is mostly white (or milky in color) with some color mixed in.


3 expression of the day

3. Expression of the Day

  • In due course

  • Meaning: at a suitable time in the future

  • Sentence: You will receive your SAT results in due course.


4 review predicate nominative

4. Review: Predicate Nominative

  • Hardcover page 49 helps you review the linking verb be

  • When the verb be is used as the main verb of a sentence, it is a linking verb

  • It links what follows the verb to the subject

  • When a noun follows a linking verb, it renames the subject. It is called a predicate nominative.


4 review predicate nominative1

4. Review: Predicate Nominative

  • Example:

  • Lupe Medrano was an excellent student.

  • The verb is is the main verb.

  • Is is a form of the verb be. It is a linking verb in this sentence.

  • Student can rename Lupe, so it is a predicate nominative.


4 review predicate nominative2

4. Review: Predicate Nominative

  • A direct object in a sentence answers the question: what did they (he/she/it) do it to?

  • A direct object is the predicate part of the sentence and is usually a noun or pronoun.

  • The verb be can never take a direct object

  • Example:

    • Lupe Medrano played marbles.

S

DO

P


4 identify it predicate nominative or direct object

4. Identify It: Predicate Nominative or Direct Object

  • Please turn to workbook page C21

  • Locate the numbered sentences with underline sections

  • Read the underlined part of each numbered sentences

  • Determine whether be is the main verb. If it is, find and label the predicate nominative (PN). If another verb is the main verb, find and label the direct object (DO).


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Workbook Page C21

PN

DO

DO


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DO

Workbook Page C22

PN


5 instructional text the marble champ

5. Instructional Text: “The Marble Champ”

  • Fiction is a literary genre that includes stories that are not true.

  • Fiction is sometimes based on real people, places, or events.

  • Read the title, predict what the story is about

  • As you read

    • Listen for character traits that help Lupe become a marble champion


6 answer it

6. Answer It

  • Please turn to workbook page 69

    • This activity goes on to page 70 as well

  • Answer the questions in complete sentences

  • Check that each sentence uses sentence signals

    • Capital letters, commas, and end punctuations

  • The next slide will help you answer the questions


6 answer it1

6. Answer It

  • Judge: form an opinion or estimation after careful consideration

  • Critique: examine positive and negative features to form a judgment

  • Explain: express an understanding of an idea or concept

  • Identify: locate specific information in the text

  • Compare: state the similarities and differences between two or more ideas or concepts


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Answers will vary. You should consider Lupe’s options and then form an opinion as to whether Lupe made a good decision or a bad decision.

Workbook Page 69

Lupe was reluctant to show her thumb to her father because she was embarrassed about it. She may also have been unsure of his reaction if he saw it.

Lupe’s father supported her decision to compete in marbles by changing his plans in order to attend her competition, by rigging lights in the backyard so she could practice after dark, and by offering to drive her to the competition so that she wouldn’t get tired.


Unit 20 lesson 3

Answers will vary!

Workbook Page 69

Answers will vary. You should include the positive and negative aspects of this story as a basis for your critique.


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