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Day 1 Unit 4: Lesson 2. Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday. Theme. Money. Build Background. 1. Have you ever received money as a gift? 2. What did you do with the money? 3. Did you save any or did you spend it all? 4. If you spent it, what did you spend it on?. Day 1.

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Day 1

Unit 4: Lesson 2

Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday


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Theme

Money


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Build Background

  • 1. Have you ever received money as a gift?

  • 2. What did you do with the money?

  • 3. Did you save any or did you spend it all?

  • 4. If you spent it, what did you spend it on?


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Day 1

Word Knowledge


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Reading the Words and Sentences

  • 1. definitely certainly absolutely positively

  • These words are synonyms (words having the same meaning.)

  • 2. ratty tricky tasty jumpy

  • These words have final consonants that are doubled or the letter e has dropped and changed to a y. (tasty)


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  • 3. returnable acceptable decidable

  • These words have an –able ending added. When the able ending was added to the word decide, the silent e was dropped.

  • 4. all still fall till guess

  • These words are found in the story and review words with final double consonants.


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Sentences

  • 1. I absolutely was saving the rest of my money.

  • Suffix ly on absolutely.

  • 2. I positively was saving the rest of my money.

  • Suffix ly on positively.


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3. My father said that there are certain words a boy can never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

suffix ty on the word ratty.

4. Almost all pumpkins will not grow till fall.

A review of words with a double consonant (all, till, fall)


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Say each word and clap the syllables never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

  • 1. definitely certainly absolutely positively

  • 2. ratty tricky tasty jumpy

  • 3. returnable acceptable decidable

  • 4. all still fall till guess


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Developing Oral Language never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

  • I will read aloud sentences with words missing and want you to suggest words that will correctly complete the sentence.


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Root Words never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

  • Now you will identify the root word of each of the following.

  • absolutely positively

    absolute positive

  • definitely decidable

    definite decide

  • certainly acceptable

    certain accept


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Vocabulary never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

  • tokens: pieces of metal shaped like coins, used instead of money.

  • It isn’t fair because what I’ve got is bus tokens

  • Robert said, “I spent a lot of tokens at Chuck E Cheese.”


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  • Non-returnable fee in order to use something.

  • Something that cannot be taken or given back.


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  • Vanish: disappear fee in order to use something.

  • We watched the cookies we bought vanish in thin air.


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Match each vocabulary word with the correct meaning. fee in order to use something.

  • __absolutely disappear

  • __ tokens cannot be taken or given

    back

  • __ vanish without any doubt

  • __ positively pieces of metal shaped like a

    coin

  • non-returnable: provide the use of some-

    thing for a fee.

  • rent for sure certainly; confidently


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Preview and Prepare fee in order to use something.

  • We will read the title and author/illustrator of the story.

  • Then we will browse the story searching for clues that tell something about the story.

  • look for any problems

  • look for unfamiliar words

  • I will post these things on our board.


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Preview and Prepare fee in order to use something.


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Spelling Pretest fee in order to use something.


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Day 2 fee in order to use something.

Review Word Knowledge


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What do you know about these words? fee in order to use something.

  • 1. definitely certainly absolutely positively

  • These are synonyms (words that have the same or nearly the same meaning.

  • 2. ratty tricky tasty jumpy

  • These words have the suffix y and sometimes the letter e is dropped (tasty).


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What do these words have in common? fee in order to use something.

  • 3. returnable acceptable decidable

  • Suffix able is added; when added to decide with a silent e, the e was dropped.

  • 4. all still fall till guess

  • These words are found in the story and contains a final double consonant.


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What do these sentences have in common? fee in order to use something.

  • 1. I absolutely was saving the rest of my money.

  • 2. I positively was saving the rest of my money.

  • 3. My father said that there are certain words a boy can never say, no matter how ratty and mean his brothers are being.

  • End with a suffix: absolutely, ratty, positively


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Continue fee in order to use something.

  • 4. Almost all pumpkins will not grow till fall.

  • Contain words with the final double consonants: all, till, fall


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Review Vocabulary fee in order to use something.

  • tokens

    pieces of metal shaped like coins, used instead of money.

  • absolutely

    without any doubt

  • positively

    for sure; certainly; confidently

  • rent

    to provide the use of something for a fee; to pay a fee in order to use something.

  • vanish

    disapper

  • non-returnable

    something that cannot be taken or given back.


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Developing Oral Language fee in order to use something.

  • I will read aloud sentences with the missing words from Lines 1-4. You will choose the correct word to fill in the blank. Once you choose the word you will give me the root word for that word.


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Correct word and root word fee in order to use something.

  • 1. definitely certainly absolutely positively

  • 2. ratty tricky tasty jumpy

  • 3. returnable acceptable decidable

  • 4. all still fall till guess


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Read story fee in order to use something.

  • Remember your comprehension strategies in order to construct meaning from the text.

  • Making Connection

  • Predicting

  • Monitoring and Clarifying

  • Summarizing


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Lesson Discussion fee in order to use something.

  • Why was Alexander rich?

  • What happen to the money?

  • Why he is no longer rich?

  • What did Alexander learn about

    money?

  • Is it important to be wise about the way you use your money? Why?

    Refer to Clues/Problems/Wondering


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GUM fee in order to use something.

  • Lang. and Spelling

  • Pg. Pg.


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Center Work fee in order to use something.

  • Group 1

  • Describe a purchase. Write about an item you or someone in your family bought. Tell how it made a difference.

  • Group 2

  • Choose an item you would like to buy, such as a bicycle. Write a plan that tells how you will earn and save money to pay for this item.

  • Group 3

  • Find pictures of money from around the world. Print a picture or draw and label it.

  • Group 4

  • Write about what you do to earn money. Think of other things that you can do. Write about them and use words from your spelling and vocabulary list.


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