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Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City-Voc. Spelling City- Amazing Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words: Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City Review Games
Big Question:What makes a team? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday
Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • contractions, • realism and fantasy, • proper nouns
compete • com - pete • When you compete, you try very hard to win or you become part of a contest. • Our team will compete with their team for the championship. • Mark and Jenny are competing in the spelling bee.
contribute • con – trib - ute • When you contribute to something, you help along with others. • Everybody on the team contributes hard work. • Let’s contribute our own ideas for the party.
recreation • rec – re – a – tion • Recreation is fun or something you do to have a good time. • We like to go to the beach for recreation in the summer. • Tim’s family goes camping for recreation.
Contractions does not - doesn’t • Doesn’t is a contraction, a short way of saying and writing two words. • An apostrophe takes the place of letters that have been left out. • If we compare these words, we see that the apostrophe takes the place of the letter o. • When you see a contraction, you know it is a short way of writing two words.
you will you’ll I will I’ll was not wasn’t she is she’s could not couldn’t who is who’s we will we’ll had not hadn’t Contractions
can’t can not isn’t is not hasn’t has not I’m I am it’s it is they’ll they will Contractions
who’s we’ll weren’t there’s I’ll he’s hadn’t I’m they’ll it’s she’ll aren’t wasn’t he’ll isn’t let’s Word Reading
Contractions • You can spell contractions by thinking about the two words that make up the contraction. What words make up can’t? • Think about how you spell those two words. can not • Use an apostrophe to take the place of the no you leave out. • When you spell contractions, make sure to put the apostrophe in the right place.
Word Family Word – rob fob knob cob snob glob/blob slob mob
Word Family Word – clock dock stock rock jock sock knock shock Spock block tock chock smock flock crock
Realism & Fantasy • A realistic story tells about something that could happen in real life. • A fantasy is a make-believe story. It could not happen in real life. • Good readers look for clues that tell them if a story is realism or fantasy.
Read-Aloud The Elephant Team
Monday’s Fix-It we want to play baseball We want to play baseball. its a fun game. It’s a fun game.
Grammar:Proper Nouns • A noun is a word that names a person, place, animal, or thing. • Proper nouns are special names for people, places, animals, and things. • They begin with capital letters. • Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays also begin with capital letters. • Titles for people begin with capital letters. Many titles end with a period.
Grammar:Proper Nouns • alicia ortiz broke her arm in the game on july 1. • Alicia Ortiz broke her arm in the game on July 1. • dr lee told her no more baseball until labor day. • Dr. Lee told her no more baseball until Labor Day.
Grammar:Proper Nouns • On friday alicia was back at pioneer park. • On Friday Alicia was back at Pioneer Park. • Her team, the patton panthers, was playing the terry tigers. • Her team, the Patton Panthers, was playing the Terry Tigers.
Grammar:Proper Nouns • “Go, roberto! Come on, cindy!” shouted alicia. • “Go, Roberto! Come on, Cindy!” shouted Alicia.
Wrap Up Your Day! • Contractions • Realism and Fantasy • Let’s Talk About It! • Tomorrow we will read about a boy who loves baseball.
Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • contractions, • realism and fantasy, • prior knowledge, • high-frequency words, • vocabulary words, and • proper nouns
deserve • de - serve • If you deserve something, you have a right to it or have earned it. • You deserve a treat for cleaning your room. • Rachel worked so hard preparing for the race, she deserved to win.
mope • mope • When you mope, you feel sad and sorry for yourself. • The dog moped around the house when the children were in school. • It’s easy to mope when you don’t have anyone to play with.
actuate • act – u – ate • When you actuate something, you get it started or put it into action. • Many different steps are needed to actuate a spaceship. • That toy is actuated by a wind-up spring.
Read-Aloud From Me to You
Contractions I’ll • You can read this word because you know how to read contractions. What two words for I’ll? • I will • When you come to a contraction, you know it is a short way of writing two words. An apostrophe takes the place of letters that were left out.
Contractions Click to listen to “I’m on the Team.”
Word Reading Pick out the contractions in “I’m on the Team.” • I’m – I am • don’t – do not • we’ll – we will • it’s – it is
Word Family Word – make shake bake cake rake stake flake drake snake brake
hadn’t had not can’t can not we’ll we will she’s she is isn’t is not hasn’t has not wouldn’t would not he’s he is Contractions