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Unit 1 Lesson 5 The Tree House By Lois Lowry. Objectives:. You will: recognize base or root words and prefix re- and suffix -ion . Recognize antonyms Recognize groups of related words. Spelling sound long a. Develop fluency reading words and sentences.
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Objectives: • You will: • recognize base or root words and prefix re- and suffix -ion . • Recognize antonyms • Recognize groups of related words. • Spelling sound long a. • Develop fluency reading words and sentences. • Recognize words with the short i sound
Day 1 Word Knowledge outsideinsideshinydullbeautifulugly openclosedownupwidenarrow What do these words have in common? Antonyms or opposites.
boardbored for four no know • holewhole • What do these words have in common? • These are words that sound the same but have different meanings. They are homophones.
hungrehungtake retakemakeremake • What do these words have in common? • Verbs with the prefix re- • What does the prefix re- mean? • again
trunktree brancheswood • What do these words have in common? • They are related to trees. • What other words could you add to them? • Leaves, buds, birds, nests, squirrels, forest,etc.
intowith liftvisit window • What do these words have in common? • Short sound of i, and they are from the story.
Word Knowledge – SentencesUnit 1 – Lesson 3 Sentence 1: The boards were crooked, and the roof had holes where the pieces of wood didn’t quite meet. Sentence 2: Chrissy wondered what Leah had inside her tree house. Identify the word in sentence one that is a homophone. Hole, whole What do these words mean? In sentence 2 look for words that relate to the story. Tree house
Sentence 3: There was a little porch where you could sit with your legs dangling. Find a word that has an antonym. Little What is the antonym of this word? big Sentence 4: You can get fresh air if you lift open a window. Can you find a word with a short vowel sound of i? if, lift, window
Objective: Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.
Magnificent • The bright colors make it a magnificentpicture. • It was a magnificent tree house.
Magnificent dictionary • Page: 444 • Very Beautiful, Outstanding • Part of Speech: adjective • Antonym : modest • Synonym: glorious, splendid
Marvelous • The strawberry cake with ice cream filling tasted marvelous. • It was a marvelous tree house.
Marvelous dictionary • Page: 453 • Outstanding, Great, Wonderful • Part of Speech: Adjective • Antonym : ordinary • Synonym: amazing, wondrous
beautiful dictionary • The yellow, orange, and red leaves look so beautiful in the sun light. • His beautiful painting hung on the wall.
Beautiful dictionary • Page: 66 • Lovely, Pleasing to look at • Part of Speech: Adjective • Antonym : ugly, plain • Synonym: attractive, lovely
peered • She peered through her window and saw that Leah’s father was there with Leah. • The little boy peeredthrough the window to see down below.
Peered dictionary • Page: 548 • Sneak a look at, glance • Part of Speech:Verb • Antonym : glance • Synonym: gaze, stare
height • The building was very tall, but the height didn’t bother me as I looked down through the window. • Do you know your height?
Height dictionary • Page: 345 • How tall something is • Part of Speech: Noun • Antonym : depth • Synonym: altitude, elevation
hingesA metal joint that attaches a door to its frame and lets the door move
Skill Words Belonged: To have in one's possession Paintbrush:a brush for applying paint, as one used in painting houses or one used in painting pictures.
Skill Words Markers : One that marks or serves as a mark,
Spelling Words Pre testObjective review short I sound • pick • risk • film • grip • brick • stitch • lift • trick • window • with • into • give • live • visit • finish Do workbook page 23-24
Day 1:Prior Knowledge What is a tree house? Does anyone have a tree house? How is sharing important with your friends? Is it hard to share sometimes?
Build Background • This story is a realistic fiction story about two friends who build tree houses and the problems they have. • The elements of realistic fiction are: • Characters behave as people do in real life. • The setting of the story is a real place or could be. • The events in the story could happen in real life.
Preview and Prepare • Let’s browse through the story looking for any clues, problems, and wonderings you might have about the story. Selection Vocabulary
Student Observation CluesProblemsWonderings One girl shutters Why is there a sitting by sign “Keep herself. out?”
First Read pages 48-53 • We are going to read our selection using these comprehension strategies: • Making connections • Asking questions • Visualizing
Language Convention Action Verbs • There are different types of verbs. An action verb tells about an action of something or someone in a sentence. Action can be seen or unseen. • Example: • Seen action: The dog ran all the way home. • Unseen action: Alex forgot his library book.
State –of-being verb • A state-of-being verb does not tell about an action. It tells about a condition or a state of being. • Example: Our friends were here for a visit.
Linking verb • When a state-of-being verb connects the subject of the sentence with a word in the predicate, the verb is a linking verb. • Example: I am a student. My aunt is a teacher. You are a good cook. John was helpful with the baby.
Verb phrase • A verb phrase is one or more helping verbs followed by the main verb. Helping verbs help the main verb express an action or state of being. • Example: She has won the race. • Helping verb + main verb • She could have won the race. • Two helping verbs + main verb
Practice Verbs • I am a teacher. • Am is a linking verb; it links the noun teacher to the subject I. • They are both very tall. • Are is the linking verb; it links the adjective tall to the subject they. • I am happy because we moved to New York City. • Am is a state-of-being verb. Moved is an action verb. • Do workbook page 27-28
Objectives: Day 2 • You will: • Recognize antonyms • Develop fluency reading words and sentences.
Day 2 Word Knowledge • on dark happy asleep big soft • Give an antonym for each of the following words. Then use them in a sentence.
Day 2 First Read pages 54-59 • We are going to read our selection using these comprehension strategies: • Making connections • Asking questions • Visualizing
Discussion Questions • Why did Chrissy and Leah stopped talking to each other? • How did they start talking to each other again? • How did the girls find a way to share with each other? • How did sharing make the tree houses better?
Word sorting spelling short vowelsgive, best, dot this, that rot did rid us sat his went in tug frog
Vocabulary word structure • shutters In word structure a word can be broken into parts. • shut What does it mean? • To close • -er what does this suffix mean? • Something that can______ • _s What does adding s to a word do? • Means more than one
Language Art: Verb Practice • Find the verbs. • We packed last month. I was sad at first. • Packed is an action verb and was is a state-of-being verb • New York City is full of fun places to go. We visited the Statue of Liberty last weekend. • Is is a state-of-being verb. Visited is an action verb.
Our family rents an apartment next to Central Park. • Rents is an action verb. • My dad runs with our dogs in the park every morning. • Runs is an action verb. • My dogs are my only friends in New York, until I make new ones. • Are is a state-of-being verb and Make is an action verb.
Objectives: Day 3 • You will: • Develop fluency reading words and sentences. • Review the spelling pattern of the long a sound • Use comprehension strategies such compare and contrast as they read the story the second time. • Review short vowel sounds
Phonics and Fluency • agent April lady able table • bail hail nail frail snail • lake flake snake cupcake locate • day say stay spray stray • What is the vowel sound? • What letters make the vowel sounds? Circle the letters.
Phonics and Fluency • 1. Jake will take the cake to the party. • 2. Gail’s birthday is in May. • 3. My grandpa had paint leftover. • Identify words with the long a sound spellings. • take, cake, birthday, May, Jake Gail, paint
Second Read pages 48-53 • We are going to read our selection using these comprehension strategies: • Compare and Contrast: Readers distinguish differences and similarities between two or more ideas, characters, settings, or events.
Compare and contrastWorkbook pages 26-27Chrissy’s and Leah’s Tree House Chrissy’s Leah’s
Word Structure workbook pages 21-22, • Read the following words and underline the base or root words found with in the selection words. • Shutters hinges belonged markers paintbrush • What does er mean? • Something that can___ • What happens when you add s to a word? • More than one • What does markers mean? • More than one thing that can mark.