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You need your text book. Lesson 19 Day 1. Phonics and Spelling. A prefix is a word that can be added to the beginning of a word. A prefix usually forms a syllable and has a meaning. Phonics and Spelling. un / happy Let’s read this word together unhappy What does this word mean?

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You need your text book.

Lesson 19 Day 1

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Phonics and Spelling

A prefix is a word that can be added to the beginning of a word.

A prefix usually forms a syllable and has a meaning.

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Phonics and Spelling

  • un/happy Let’s read this word together unhappy

  • What does this word mean?

  • re/read Let’s read this word together reread

  • What does this word mean?

  • dis/please Let’s read this word together displease

  • What does this word mean?

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Spelling Pretest

1. undo

2. redo

3 dislike

4. react

5. refill

6. uneasy

7. reread

8. unlike

9. remove

10. dishonest

11. unhappy

12. rebuild

13. displease

14. uncover

15. rewrite

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  • Turn to Student Edition page 116 and let’s review the concept of theme.

  • Let’s read the story together on page 117.

  • Notice what the characters say and do. This will give you clues about the message of the story.

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Let’s fill in the Theme boxes together.





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Let’s fill in the Theme boxes together.



Fox, rabbit

Orange grove


A fox wants an orange but can’t reach it.

A rabbit helps him. The fox shares the orange.


Helping others can lead to rewards.

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Listening Comprehension

  • You will hear a story about what happens to a bird after it is rescued by a person.

  • Have you ever rescued an animal or do you know any stories about animals that have been rescued?

  • When you listen to fiction such as “Luck,” you should listen to enjoy the story.

  • I know that fiction stories are made up, but some parts may be true or real. I see that this is the story of a sandhill crane. I expect that I will learn some facts about sandhill cranes in the story.

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Listening Comprehension

  • The theme of a story is the message the author wants a reader to understand.

  • To figure out a theme, readers should pay attention to what happens.

  • Let’s read the first page of “Luck,” and discuss who the main character is and what he does.

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Listening Comprehension

  • After Reading:

  • Why do you think the crane memorizes things that have to do with people?

  • Which is more important in the crane’s life, love or luck?

  • Did you enjoy this story?

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Robust Vocabulary

He waded slowly and deliberately into the shallow river and then stood still.

If you move slowly and carefully, you move deliberately.

Would you walk deliberately along a rocky path or a sidewalk?

Luck and Wise danced and composed their own song.

If you made up a song, you composed it.

Would you compose a poem or a cake?

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Robust Vocabulary

  • The fire felt gratitude for the help that Half-Chicken gave it.

  • If you thank someone for something, you are showing gratitude.

  • I felt gratitude when my friend helped me learn my math lesson. If you felt gratitude toward someone, would you say “thank you” or “I don’t want to talk to you”?

  • The wind showed compassion to Half-Chicken when it lifted him out of danger.

  • If you are kind to someone who needs help, you are showing compassion.

  • I felt compassion for people whose homes were lost in the flood. Which of the following shows compassion to someone who has fallen—walking past the person or stopping to help the person?

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Grammar: Verbs

  • A verb is a word that names an action, or tells what the subject of a sentence is, or tells something about the subject.

  • A verb is something that you do.

  • The photographer snapped pictures.

  • The word snapped in the first sentence names an action. It tells what the photographer did.

  • Luck soared, dipped, and glided.

  • This sentence has three verbs telling what Luck did.

  • What are they?

  • Soared, dipped, glided

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Grammar: Verbs

  • Each sentence contains a verb. Let’s identify the verbs in each of the following sentences: Remember, a verb is something you do.

  • Luck catches his head in a piece of plastic.

  • A girl saw that the bird was stuck and freed him.

  • Five hundred thousand cranes called.

  • Luck remembered the girl.

  • Luck sees the windmill.

  • The girl scared Luck away from the plastic.

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Writing: Folktale

  • We are going to look at a folktale.

  • A folktale:

  • Has repeating events

  • Teaches a lesson

  • Includes human or animal characters

  • As we read the story aloud together, think about the lesson or message of the story.

  • Sometimes stories are told by one of the characters. The storyteller uses the pronoun I. Other stories are told by someone outside the story. The narrator uses the pronouns he, she, and they.

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Ted Cobb made shoes. He was on his way to the king’s court to sell his shoes. Suddenly, he came across a woman sitting next to the path. She was trying to get one of her shoes off.

“What is the matter, miss?” Ted said.

“There is a rock in my shoe, and it hurts.”

Ted saw that her shoe had a hole in it. He gave her a new pair. “Thank you,” the woman said. “I’ll never forget what you did.” Ted walked on. He found a man with both feet stuck in mud. Ted undid the man’s boots and pulled him away. Now the man was barefoot, so Ted gave him a pair of shoes.

“I’ll never forget what you did,” the man said.

Later, Ted came to a boy and a girl. They had no shoes. “What happened to your shoes?” Ted asked. “Our shoes are too small,” the boy said. Ted pulled out of his bag two pairs that fit perfectly. “We will never forget how you helped us,” they said.

Ted had a river to cross before he got to the king’s court. He found a log across the river. His bag was still heavy and hard to balance. As he walked across the log, the wind blew. To stop himself from falling, he tossed the bag of shoes into the air. The bag got stuck in a tree.

“What happened to your bag of shoes?” asked the woman. Ted told them what happened. The man and woman helped the boy and the girl climb the tree. The boy held the girl’s hand as she untangled the bag. It dropped right at Ted’s feet.

“Thank you,” he said. “I’ll never forget how you helped me.”

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Complete the graphic organizer below. Remember to include the 3 meetings Ted Cobb has.