Big Question:What kind of adventure can a little girl have? Author: Valeri Gorbachev Genre: Classic Traditional Tale
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Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: Goldilocks • Vocabulary Words • Introduce /g/ • High-Frequency Words • Decodable Reader 21: One to Five • Grammar: Telling Sentences • Journal Writing • Time for Social Studies: Rules at Home • Math: Math Words
In a Small Cottage In a small cottagethere lived three bears, One big, one small, one middle-sized bear. They went for a walk to get some air When Little Goldilocks found their lair. She sat in their chairs, not comfy at all, Their porridge she didn’t like at all. She slept in their beds instead of the floor. When the bears returned, she ran out the door.
Blend Sounds • g o t • g a p • g l a d • g r i n
Blending Practice • f l o p • p l o p • s p i n • s t o p • s l a m • l a n d • d r o p • j u m p
the three bears live in a cottage • The three bears live in a cottage.
Grammar • A telling sentence is a statement about something. • It begins with an uppercase letterand ends with a period. • It must have a naming part and an action part.
Grammar • The little girl is sitting. • What is the naming word in this sentence? • girl • What describing word tells about the girl? • little • What is she doing? • sitting
Grammar • I apple • Is this a telling sentence? • How can we change it to a make it a telling sentence? • I ate the apple.
Let’s Write! • Let’s write a telling sentence about the adventure a little girl could have.
Let’s Write! • The girl took a walk in the woods. • Does it have an action part and a naming part? • Does it start with an uppercase letter and end with a period? • Do we need to add anything to make this a complete sentence?
Oral Language • Comprehension • Grammar Tomorrow we will read about the adventures of Goldilocks and the bears again.