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Lesson 6 Day 1. You will need a notebook, pencil, and your Reading book. Question of the Day. What are some ways you can help your family? I can help my family by ___________. Read Aloud!. What would the purpose be for reading or listening to a story? to find out about people and places

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Lesson 6 day 1

Lesson 6 Day 1

You will need a notebook, pencil, and your Reading book.


Question of the day
Question of the Day

What are some ways you can help your family?

I can help my family by ___________.


Read aloud
Read Aloud!

What would the purpose be for reading or listening to a story?

to find out about people and places

for enjoyment

Listen as I read, listen to see if I read smoothly and group words together into meaningful phrases.

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Read aloud1
Read Aloud!

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Read aloud2
Read Aloud!

What does each family member do to help make the party a success?

How does Grandpa feel after the party?

Why do you think this?

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Phonics and spelling teach model
Phonics and Spelling (Teach/Model)

  • Read these words: table cloth

  • Read this word: tablecloth

  • A tablecloth is a cloth that covers a table.

  • Tablecloth is a compound word- a word made up of two or more smaller words.

  • box + car = boxcar

  • sail + boat = sailboat


Phonics and spelling teach model1
Phonics and Spelling (Teach/Model)

  • What two words make up the word thunderstorm?

  • thunder storm

  • Is thundering a compound word?

  • No, it is made up of the word thunder and the ending ing.

  • What two words make up the word stoplight?

  • stop light

  • Is the word stopped a compound word?

  • No, it is made up of the word stop and the ending ed.

  • What two words make up the word playground?

  • play ground

  • Is the word playing a compound word?

  • No, it is made up of the word play and the ending ing.


Phonics and spelling guided practice
Phonics and Spelling (Guided Practice)

  • What words make up these compound words? Use the smaller words to help you determine the meaning of the compound words.

  • flagpole

  • flag + pole = flagpole

  • cornfield

  • corn + field = cornfield

  • toothbrush

  • tooth + brush = toothbrush

  • raincoat

  • rain + coat = raincoat


Phonics and spelling independent practice
Phonics and Spelling (Independent Practice)

  • Write the following words on your paper:

    wallpaper, basketball, birdhouse, and earthworm.

  • Circle the smaller words within each compound word.

  • Write a definition of each compound word based upon the two smaller words.


Spelling pretest





















Spelling Pretest


Fact and opinion

Focus Skill

Fact and Opinion

  • A factis something that can be seen or proved.

  • An opinion is a person’s thoughts or feelings.

  • Clue words such as think and believe can help readers know that a sentence states an opinion.


Turn to page 156 in your book
Turn to page 156 in your book.

  • Read the paragraph in the blue box on page 157.

  • When I look at the first sentence, I see the words I think. This tells me that “baseball has an interesting history” is someone’s opinion. An opinion cannot be checked because different people think different things are interesting.

  • The second sentence is about something that happened in history. Dates can be checked in a reference book, and if they are correct, the sentence states a fact.


In the mid-1800s, the first baseball teams were formed in the United States.

At first, there were no rules for how to play.

Alexander Cartwright wrote the first set of rules for baseball.

I think baseball has an interesting history.

Getting written rules was the best thing to happen to baseball.

Players everywhere could then play the game the same way.

As we read the paragraph on page 157 we will stop and decide whether each sentence is a fact or opinion. factopinion


Listening comprehension
Listening Comprehension the United States.

  • You will listen to a story about two boys whose fathers helped build the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

  • Have you ever seen any large bridges?

  • Here is a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge.


Listening comprehension cont
Listening Comprehension (cont.) the United States.

  • “Pop’s Bridge” is historical fiction, a type of fiction that combines a made-up story with real events from the past.

  • Listen as I read the first four paragraphs.

  • I know the Golden Gate Bridge is real. I know it opened in 1937, so this story happens before then. The boy telling the story sounds like a real boy. I think this story is historical fiction because it is about events that really happened, but the characters are not real people.


Listening comprehension cont1
Listening Comprehension (cont.) the United States.

  • You should listen to historical fiction to enjoy it and to learn about the time, people, places, and events from history that are discovered.

  • Remember that facts are statements that can be seen or proved and opinions are what people believe, think, or feel.

  • Historical fiction includes many facts to make the setting seem real.

  • The characters may state opinions.


Build robust vocabulary
Build Robust Vocabulary the United States.

  • On calm days, Robert sees the sailboats gently skim the water.

  • skim- To skim the surface of something means to move quickly over it, barely touching it.

  • Say the word with me, skim.

  • Would a stone that skims the water sink or skip across the water?

  • The boys saw two spans of the bridge being built together.

  • span- A span is the distance between two points.

  • Say the word with me, span.


DOL the United States.

1. I put on my coat and left my hat.

2. Bruno barked, and ran away.


Grammar the United States.

  • A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought.

  • A sentence also begins with a capitol letter and ends with an end mark.

  • A sentences has a subject that tells whom or what the sentence is about, and a predicate that tells what the subject is or does.


The bridge gleamed in the sunlight
The bridge gleamed in the sunlight. the United States.

  • The bridge (subject)

  • gleamed in the sunlight. (predicate)


Help me complete each sentence by adding a subject or a predicate
Help me complete each sentence by adding a subject or a predicate.

  • The Golden Gate Bridge

  • were hired

  • The bridge was

  • even when strong winds blew

    Write three complete sentences in your journal about what we have done today.


Writing predicate.

  • A character sketch tells about a person.

    Student Model: Character Sketch

    Sophia Rivera has short black hair and big brown eyes. She almost always has a big, friendly grin on her face. That is one of the first things people notice about her. Sophia is a small girl, one of the smallest in our class. But her personality is BIG when she wants it to be. When Sophia reads in class, her voice is loud and clear. Believe me, everyone pays attention when she reads. Sophia loves the color red. On the first day of school, she wore a red shirt and wanted all of us to wear red shirts, too.

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Writing cont
Writing (cont.) predicate.

Character Sketches

  • Describes how a person looks, sounds, or acts

  • Tells what a person is like

    The sentences do not all start the same.


wears overalls predicate.

swabbie hat

red handkerchief



Use the chart below to tell how Robert’s father in “Pop’s Bridge” looks, sounds, and acts. Then use how he acts and what he says to conclude what he is like. How Robert’s Father What Robert’s Father Is Like Looks, Sounds, or Acts


Writing cont1
Writing (Cont.) predicate.

  • Work with a partner to create a list of words that describe how a certain person looks, sounds, or acts.