Morning Work • 1. Morning Routine • 2. Spelling – 3 times each (tray) • 3. AR
Reading Street Unit 3 Week 2
What is changing in our world? How do we change as we grow? What do we learn as we grow and change? Why are changes exciting? What changes happen in a garden? What changes can we observe in nature? How does nature change during the year?
What are some things you think the boy in “An Egg is an Egg learned as he grew? What is something you can do now that you couldn’t do when you were little? Day 1 Morning Warm Up! Nothing stays the same. We are always learning new things. What do we learn as we grow and change?
Amazing Words attempteventtime linefamousflattercorrectawkward lovely Listen for the highlighted words in the song on the next slide.
sing with me big book p. 14 On Our Own Time Line When you attempt to learn a new thing And I attempt to learn it too. An event that is very important, I won’t learn the same way as you. Reading, Writing or Riding a bike Oh, so fine We’ll all get there, But, on our own time line.
Phonemic Awareness:Blend and segment onset/rime We just sang about trying to learn a new thing. Listen to the sounds in thing. /th/ /ing/ /th/ /ing/ Say it with me. Now say it as I point to the letters that spell it. th ing = thing When I put the sounds /th/ and /ing/ together, I make the word thing. What is the first sound? Blend the word. Let's continue on the next slide.
Phonemic Awareness (Blend and segment onset/rime) th ink think p ink pink s ung sung d unk dunk st ing sting b ank bank h ang hang
You can read this word because you know the sounds at the end of mixing. What sound does “ing” make? What is the word? mixing Today we will learn about words that about the letters ng and nk at the end of words. This is a swing. The sound you hear at the end of the word is /ng/ This is a skunk. The sound you hear at the end of the word is /nk/. s i n g The two letters ng are together in this word. The letters ng sound like /ng/ This is how I blend this word. Do it with me. The two letters nk are together in this word. The letters ng sound like /nk/ This is how I blend this word. Do it with me. Notice that ng and nk do not come at the beginning of a word. What do you know about reading these words? Yes. ng stands for /ng/ and nk stands for /nk/. j u n k
Let’s practice. Remember ng and nk come at the end of words. • b a ng bang • bl a nk blank • w i ng wing • s u ng sung • st i nk stink • b u nk bunk • r a ng rang • br i ng bring • bl i nk blink • dr a nk drank • st u ng stung
Build Words h a n g Blend this word. Change the h to s. What is the new word? Change the a to i. What is the new word? Change the g to k. What is the new word? Change the s to th. What is the new word? s a n g s i n g s i n k th i n k
Model Blending Word Families Listen to me as I blend these words: k ing = king s ing = sing r ing = ring st ing = sting Now let’s blend the words below: -ing -ank -unk -ink king bank junk link sing tank dunk pink sting blank trunk think
Check Word Reading Final ng, nk king hunk rang junk wink trunk blank drink stung swing thank thing chunk drank think
What sounds do you hear in tank? /t/ /a/ /nk/ What is the letter for /t/? What is the letter for /a/? What are the letters for /nk/? Let’s continue and practice each word. • bring 6. wing • trunk 7. rink • pink 8. blank • bank 9. rang • sang 10. sunk • High Frequency Words • 11. every 12. sure
Sort Words: Listen to the sound of “ng” in swing and “nk” in junk. Say the names of the words in the box. Put each word in the correct column. sing junk bang blank wing sung stink thank “ng” “nk” junk sing blank bang wing stink sung thank
Apply Phonics: PracticeFinal ng, nk -ng -ng bring drink(s) sing(s) trunk song(s) swing(s)
Morning Work 1. Spelling – 3 times each (tray) 2. WB page 13 (beaver) 3. WB page 53 (cow) 4. Journals – Write about your weekend. (5 sentences) (illustrate) 5. Centers/AR/Library
Build BackgroundLet’s talk about changing and growing Tell me what you see here. Which child is the youngest? How can you tell? Look at the boy on p. 36. Why do you think he needs an adult to walk? Which child is closest to your age? What changes do you think these kids have gone through? Let’s look at the next slide and talk about things we can do.
Build Background -Develop Concepts Let’s Talk AboutGrowing and Changing Skill Can Do Can’t Do tie shoes read a story jump rope drive a car
Listening Comprehension Teach/ModelPlot Define Plot: Stories have a beginning, middle, and end. What happens in the beginning, middle, and end makes up the plot of the story. Good readers pay attention to what happens and the order that it happens. Read Aloud: Something Else to Do ... notice the plot Model: When I read a story, I think about what h happens in the beginning, middle, and end. This story begins with cheep hatching and deciding she doesn’t want to be a chicken. In the middle she tries to be a duck and a cat. In the end, she decides being a chicken isn’t so bad.
Listening Comprehension Teach/ModelPlot Beginning Mother hen’s eggs hatch. Cheep decides she doesn’t want to do what the other chicks do. Middle Cheep tries to be a duck and a cat. End Cheep decides that being a chick isn’t so bad after all.
Recognizing Plot • Recall “The Big Circle” • What happened in the beginning of the story? • What happened in the middle? • What happened in the end? • When you read, you should pay attention to what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story.
Daily Fix-It i sang on the way to the rinc. Put the blanck book in the trunk
Daily Fix-It • i sang on the way to the rinc. • I sang on the way to the rink. • Put the blanck book in the trunk • Put the blank book in the trunk.
Shared Writing (lists) Generate ideas: What can you do now that you couldn’t do when you were a baby? Write a list: We will write a list of things we can do now that we are first graders. Comprehension skill: Stories usually have a beginning, a middle, and an end. Think of the beginning of your life as the beginning of your story.
Grammar Review Verbs: Verbs tell what someone or something does. Identify verbs that add s. An action being done by one person or thing should have an –s at the end. Let’s read each sentence, look at the picture and decide if it needs an s.
What sound do you hear at the end of these words? wing bank final ng and nk spelling: ng and nk Tomorrow we will read about someone who has changed and continues to change over a long period of time. Let’s look at our spelling list. Which words end with /ng/? /nk/? Plot What happens in the beginning, middle, and end of “Something Else to Do?” Let's talk about it What are some things Cheep tried to do that she couldn’t? What are some things she could do?
Morning Work • 1. Morning Routine • 2. Spelling – Write 10 sentences with your spelling words. (tray) • 3. AR
Day 2 Find the name of an old man. What is the special title in his name? Why does Harry always call him Mr. George Baker? Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about Harry and Mr. George Baker again. George goes to school because he wants to learn. Why do you think it is important to always keep learning?
Amazing Words attempteventtime line famousflattercorrectawkward lovely
Share Literature:build concepts • Realistic Fiction: “Mr. George Baker” is a made up story about a man and a boy. It could have been real. Realistic fiction is a made up story in which the characters act like real people. • Why is George Baker famous? • How can you tell he is famous with the children on the bus? • How does Mrs. Baker flatter Mr. Baker in the story?
Phonemic Awareness:Blend and segment syllables Mr. George Baker and Harry may have reading homework. Listen to the syllables in homework. home + work = homework Now say it with me as I point to the word-parts that make it. Let’s do some more tree + top = treetop sand + box – sandbox class + mate = classmate week + end = weekend
compound wordsteach/Model Blending Strategy 1 connect You studied words like these already. What are these words? Today we will learn about combining two words such as bed and time to make a compound word. bed time A compound word is made up of two shorter words. The meaning of the compound word is often made up of the meaning of the two words. What two words do you hear in bedtime? This is how I blend this word. Do it with me. 2 Model
3 First, look for the two smaller words that make the compound word. Read the two smaller words, and then blend them into one word. group practice • pan + cake Pancake • wind + mill windmill • sun + rise sunrise • some + where somewhere • sand + box sandbox 4 Review What do you know about reading these words? Read the two smaller words and then blend them into one compound word. Let’s practice on the next slide.
Phonemic Awareness (Blend and segment syllables) home work homework tree top treetop sand box sandbox class mate classmate week end weekend
SORT WORDS(Read Longer Words and tell what two words make it) something some thing flagpole flag pole classmate class mate bathtub bath tub sunshine sun shine anthill ant hill
Check Word ReadingCompound Words pigpen quicksand inside treetops gumball runway blueprint sunset outside newscast basketball paperback nickname jellyfish understand
Spelling: Practice Final ng, nk(Click to Check Dictation) Make sure you bring cash to the bank. He rang every bell. Put the pink dress in the trunk. We sang at the ice rink.
Morning Work • 1. Spelling Sentences (tray) • 2. WB page 54 (cow) • 3. WB page 15 (beaver) • 4. Journals – Make a time line about your life. (illustrate) • 5. Centers/AR/Library
You can not blend these words. We will spell them using sounds we know. Now use each word in a sentence.
Interactive Writing WritePoem When I was a baby, I slept all day. What other words have the same ending sound as day? /a/ play hay may pay say okay ray stay stray way When I was a baby, I slept all day. Now I skip and run and play. Now, In your journal write a two-line rhyme. Illustrate it.
Daily Fix-It The bird’s wing Is pink 4. bring your skates to the rinck. 5. I have a pinc piggy bank 6. are you shure you want to bring that?
Daily Fix-It The bird’s wing Is pink The bird’s wing is pink. bring your skates to the rinck. Bring your skates to the rink.
Grammar Develop the Concept:Verbs That Add -s This girl ________ the flowers. rides eats runs climbs dives skates reads
Speaking and Listening Give Directions Speakers Listeners 1) Give directions in 1) Listen carefully. correct order. 2) Remember the steps 2) Clearly explain each and their order. step. 3) Follow the directions 3) Speak loudly enough in the order they were to be heard. given.
Give two or three step Directions Title: 1. 2. 3. 4. Give 2 or 3 step directions for on of the examples: tie your shoe, add two numbers, climb a tree, jump a rope.
High frequency words 3 Every morning I fix my own breakfast. I always fix enough to eat. Compound words What two words make up the following compound words? everything flagpole inside Tomorrow we will read about a family of ducks. One of the ducks takes her time to learn new things. Let’s talk about it Did George Baker read when he was young? Not everyone learns the same things at the same time.
Morning Work • 1. Morning Routine • 2. Rainbow Spelling (tray) • 3. AR
Day 3 Ruby is a proper noun. What does it start with? Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about Ruby – a duck that learns andgrows in her own time. How do you learn in your own way?
Amazing Words attempteventtime line famousflattercorrectawkwardlovely