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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
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
Day 1 Word Knowledge

outsideinsideshinydullbeautifulugly

openclosedownupwidenarrow

What do these words have in common?

Antonyms or opposites.

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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.
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hungrehungtake retakemakeremake
  • What do these words have in common?
  • Verbs with the prefix re-
  • What does the prefix re- mean?
  • again
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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.
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intowith liftvisit window
  • What do these words have in common?
  • Short sound of i, and they are from the story.
word knowledge sentences unit 1 lesson 3
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

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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

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Objective:

Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.

magnificent
Magnificent
  • The bright colors make it a magnificentpicture.
  • It was a magnificent tree house.
magnificent dictionary
Magnificent dictionary
  • Page: 444
  • Very Beautiful, Outstanding
  • Part of Speech: adjective
  • Antonym : modest
  • Synonym:

glorious, splendid

marvelous
Marvelous
  • The strawberry cake with ice cream filling tasted marvelous.
  • It was a marvelous tree house.
marvelous dictionary
Marvelous dictionary
  • Page: 453
  • Outstanding, Great, Wonderful
  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Antonym : ordinary
  • Synonym:

amazing, wondrous

beautiful dictionary
beautiful dictionary
  • The yellow, orange, and red leaves look so beautiful in the sun light.
  • His beautiful painting hung on the wall.
beautiful dictionary16
Beautiful dictionary
  • Page: 66
  • Lovely, Pleasing to look at
  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Antonym :

ugly, plain

  • Synonym:

attractive, lovely

peered
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
Peered dictionary
  • Page: 548
  • Sneak a look at, glance
  • Part of Speech:Verb
  • Antonym : glance
  • Synonym: gaze, stare
height
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
Height dictionary
  • Page: 345
  • How tall something is
  • Part of Speech: Noun
  • Antonym : depth
  • Synonym:

altitude, elevation

skill words
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.

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Skill Words

Markers : One that marks or serves as a mark,

spelling words pre test objective review short i sound
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
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
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
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
Student Observation

CluesProblemsWonderings

One girl shutters Why is there a

sitting by sign “Keep

herself. out?”

first read pages 48 53
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
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
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
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
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
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
Objectives: Day 2
  • You will:
    • Recognize antonyms
    • Develop fluency reading words and sentences.
day 2 word knowledge
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
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
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 vowels give best dot this that rot did rid us sat his went in tug frog
Word sorting spelling short vowelsgive, best, dot this, that rot did rid us sat his went in tug frog
vocabulary word structure
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
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.
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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
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
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.
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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
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 contrast workbook pages 26 27 chrissy s and leah s tree house
Compare and contrastWorkbook pages 26-27Chrissy’s and Leah’s Tree House

Chrissy’s

Leah’s

word structure workbook pages 21 22
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.
objectives day 4
Objectives: Day 4
  • 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 fill in the blank
Phonics and Fluency fill in the blank.
  • agent April lady able table
  • bail hail nail frail snail
  • lake flake snake cupcake locate
  • day say stay spray stray
  • We eat breakfast at the kitchen____. My father used a ____ to hang the picture. We adopted a _____ puppy from the humane society.
dictation
Dictation

line 1: ________ ________ ________

line 2: ________ ________ ________

Challenge Word: ___________________

Sentence:_________________________

_________________________________

_________________________________

second read pages 54 59
Second Read pages 54-59
  • 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.
alphabetical order rules
Alphabetical Order Rules
  • 1. When words start with different letters, use the first letter of each word to put the words in ABC order.
  • Example: buddy friend pal
  • 2. When the words start with the same first letter, use the next letter that is different in each word to put the words in ABC order.
  • Example: soggy spoiled stoop
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3. If the first word of a title is a, an, or the, do not use that word. Instead, se the first letter of the second word.
  • Example: “The Boy Who Didn’t Believe in Spring”
  • “A Cloak for the Dreamer”
  • “The Tree House”
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4. When you look up or list names, use the first letter of the person’s last name.
  • Ann Cameron
  • Peter Burg
  • Lois Lowry
  • Practice with these words: vanilla apple peach strawberry blueberry cinnamon pineapple chocolate