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We will read irregularly spelled words.

We will read irregularly spelled words.

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  1. Learning Objective We will read irregularly spelled words. What are we going to do? CFU Activate Prior Knowledge Sound out and read the following words. Students, you already know the letters of the alphabet have sounds. We can use our knowledge of these sounds to read regular words. But sometimes, some words do not follow these sounds. These words are called irregular words. Now, we will read irregularly spelled words. Make Connection ELA

  2. Concept Development • Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. • Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out. • The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words mustbe memorized1. CFU Which word is an irregularly spelled word? How do you know? A Wednesday B Friday In your own words, what is an irregularly spelled word? An irregularly spelled word is_____________. Read Irregularly Spelled Words *Note: Teacher pronounces irregular words letter by letter using regular letter sounds first to demonstrate improper pronunciation, followed by the correct way to pronounce the word. For example, “castle” is pronounced “KAS ul”. 1practiced over and over until you remember Vocabulary

  3. Skill Development/Guided Practice • Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. • Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out. • The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words mustbe memorized. CFU Read irregularly spelled words. Read this word. (call on a non-volunteer) 2 say each letter in a word Vocabulary

  4. Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) How did I/you determine what the question or prompt is asking? How did I/you determine the ELA concept required? How did I/you determine the relevant information? How did I/you answer the question? How did I/you determine if all parts of the question have been answered? CFU 1 2 3 4 5 Fill in the blanks in the passage with the irregularly spelled word from the word bank. Word Bank machines weighs voyage height journey Earth Space Robot Dr. Tanaka has built a robot to join him on his ___________ into space. His robot is made up of parts from other__________. The robot’s name is Bubo. It _________ 50 pounds, and its __________ measures 60 inches (5 feet). Bubo is programmed like a computer to help Dr. Tanaka drive the spaceship. Dr. Tanaka and Bubo are going to take pictures of stars and the ________ while in space. Dr. Tanaka hopes to discover a new star that he can name after Bubo. Their ____________will be long, and at times tough. But, Dr. Tanaka knows Bubo will be a helpful space-travel pilot! 104 words journey/voyage machines height weighs Earth voyage/journey

  5. Relevance • Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. • Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out. • The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words mustbe memorized. Reading irregularly spelled words will help you read many books. 1 Reading irregularly spelled words will help you do well on tests. 2 Sample Test Question: 32. Which word cannot be sounded out? A belt B jump C earth D mend Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to read irregularly spelled words? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to read irregularly spelled words? You may give one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU

  6. Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. • Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out. • The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words mustbe memorized. Skill Closure Read irregularly spelled words. Word Bank Access Common Core irregular sounded out memorized Julia says that bats is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out. Marc says that rhyme is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out. Do you agree with Julia or with Marc? Explain your answer. Marc is correct. Rhyme is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out. Summary Closure What did you learn today about reading irregularly spelled words? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank.

  7. Independent Practice • Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. • Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out. • The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words mustbe memorized. Read irregularly spelled words.

  8. Periodic Review 1 Access Common Core Teddy is reading his science book. He is trying to sound out the bolded words. Are the words regularly or irregularly spelled? How do you know? Earth and cycle are both irregular words because they cannot be sounded out.

  9. Periodic Review 2 Read each irregularly spelled word to your partner. Access Common Core Moa is reading her science book. She wants you to help her read because it has too many irregularly spelled words. Underline which words you will help Moa read. Explain why. The Long Journey of the Butterfly The butterfly surely gets around. In winter, the butterfly starts its rough journey to Mexico. Millions of butterflies make the journey and huddle on straight tree branches that become bent due to the weight of the butterflies. Journey, surely, rough, straight, and weight are all irregular words that are hard to spell because you cannot sound them out.

  10. Periodic Review 3 Read each sentence. Underline the irregularly spelled words. Access Common Core The class had just read the passage below about what transportation was like before trains and cars. Identify the irregularly spelled words in the passage (circle) and write them below. For each word, explain why it is an irregularly spelled word. Before Trains and Cars Before machines like trains or cars, people used covered wagons to take long trips across the United States. Their journey was rough and long. There were no roads, just trails made by other wagons. There were very few bridges so most had to go straight through the water. It was a dangerous, long, and rough journey. Machines is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out.

  11. EDI – Cognitive, Teaching, and English Learner Strategies Cognitive Strategies Teaching Strategies Language Strategies Content Access Strategies