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  1. soon there under too well Morning Activity Sight Word Writing

  2. It’s Never Too Young to be a Scholar! • I think I can! I know I can! I can! I can! I can! • You are on Fire! • I’m never giving up! Class Encouragement Chants

  3. Good Morning Scholars!!!!!!!

  4. Line leader • Door holder • Messenger • Paper helpers • *Teachers of the week • Meteorologist Class Jobs

  5. Calendar

  6. Meteorologist

  7. Sight word name tags

  8. DR. Cupp Reading/ Writer’s Workshop

  9. Reading goals DRA • Apples Move up 2 Reading level • Bananas Move up 2 reading level • Carrots Move up 1 reading level Reading Goals

  10. What skills do you need to be a good reader? Essential Question?

  11. Good readers read from left to right • Good readers point as they read • Good readers try their best to sound out words • Good readers look at the pictures in a book. • Good readers read Fluently (Smooth) No Robot reading • Good readers make sure what they have read makes sense • Good readers read to find out information or listen to a story Good reader READ, READ, READ!!!! “GOOD READER 7”: What Do Good Readers Do?

  12. Group Apples Marquise, Reyna, Nashid, Micaela, Taniyah, Donovan, Te'Yana, Shamya, Demetri Group Bananas Te’Asia, Joaquin, Amariyah, Malikah, Shamya, Jaslynn, Rickey, Odiljah, Seqoy Group Carrots Deng, Cassion, Jeffrey, Brandon, Jashawn, Laila, Keyjuan Independent Group Weekly Schedule Mondays - Wednesdays DEAR Thursday & Friday Partner Reading/ Writers Workshop Guided Reading

  13. I can identify sight words • I can fluently read books on my level • I can read to hear a story or learn information Partner ReadingI Can !

  14. Partner Reading • Marquise & Reyna • Taniyah & Demetri • Micaela & Shamya • Te’Yana & Donovan • Te'Asia & Odiljah • Amariyah &Rickey • Malikah & Seqoy • Joaquin & Jaslynn • Jeffrey & Brandon • Laila & Jashawn • Cassion • Deng • Kejuan • Jurniyah 5 min- fluency/ accuracy5 min- read to hear a story or learn information (Review rules on next slide)

  15. Good reader voices • Follow along with your partner • Assist your partner if he /she is struggling • Communicate with each other The Rules

  16. Writer’s Workshop

  17. What skills do you need to be a good writer? Why?

  18. Good writers write from left to right on the line with meat ball spaces • Good writers use the correct capitalization • Good writers always end with a punctuation mark • Good writers always check their work to see if it makes sense Good Writer 4: What Do GoodWriters Do?

  19. Cut Up Sentences T

  20. Why is the order in which we put our words important in writing? Why do we write? Essential Questions?

  21. I can put words in order to make a complete sentence. • I can edit my sentence using the Good writer 4 I CAN !

  22. soon there under too well Quiet Time/ Sight word studying

  23. TESTING

  24. Name Check

  25. Read Aloud

  26. Genre Fiction Non fiction • Setting = where the story takes place

  27. Who are they? • What do they look like? • What do they do or say? • How do they feel? Characters

  28. Sequence of Events

  29. Fiction: What is the big idea or theme of the story?Non fiction: What have you learned from reading this book?

  30. Book IT: Friday Book Report (Model) refer to word Document Requirements • Read Level book • Fill out Book it Form • Name • Date • Book title • Author • Illustrator Writing Requirements Apples 3-4 sentences Bananas 2-3 sentences Carrots 1 sentence Book Log

  31. Phonemic Awareness/Phonics

  32. I can identify letter names and sounds. • I can identify/ read/ write CVC words (segmenting and blending) • I can identify Diagraphs sounds (CH /TH/ SH/ WH) • I can identify letter blends ( bl/ fl br/ ect) • I can identify Vowel Diagraphs ( OO, EE, EA, AI, ) • I can identify /read words with the Magic E rule • I can change cvc words and create words with the magic e rule • I can spell and write sight words. March Phonics Goals (ALL)

  33. soon there under too well Sight word Writing

  34. Phonics

  35. Consonant Digraphshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9jZETiEdA4 and magical diagraph flip chart A digraph is two letters that come together and make one sound. This is different from a blend.  In a blend the two sounds can be distinguished.  Digraph SH: fish dishship shell shop wash DigraphCH: chat chip chop chin chick rich DigraphTH: baththree math thick thin Consonant Digraphs Both Initial and Final

  36. Consonant DigraphsA digraph is two letters that come together and make one sound. This is different from a blend.  Consonant Digraphs (Usually) Initial •      Digraph WH:       whalewheel  • Digraph QU:queenquiet •      Digraph KN:knifeknee • Diagraph PH: phone phonemic

  37. Digraph NG: ring king sing fang wing Digraph LL: bell doll hill ball shell tall wall Digraph CK: rock duck truck chick sock sick lick thick Consonant Digraphs Final

  38. Magic e Rule http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3oA4wfUBak http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZhl6YcrxZQ Use magic e rule flip chart A vowel followed by a consonant and “Magic or sneaky e" is long;  nam name hop hope mat mate lik like cop cope Magic “E”

  39. A vowel digraph is two letters with the first letter making a long sound and the second letter is silent.  We call this:  “When two vowel go walking the first one does the talking” Vowel teams http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o84ndBQU6vQ ai/ay • Together, ai or ay make a /long a/ sound.Example words: aim, rain, braid, paint, ray, say, stay, tail, twain, praise, stain, and main ee and ea • Together, ee or ea make a /long e/ sound. Sometimes, ea together makes a /short e/ sound or a /long a/ sound instead.Example words (ee): peek, see, queen, sleep, cheese, street, meet, and teamExample words (ea /long e/): eat, sea, each, leaf, peach, mean, team, ease, and please rule breakers • Example words (ea /short e/): dead, head, spread, health, and meantExample words (ea /long a/): break, great, steak, and yea The Rule Breaker OO • oo as in boo, food, smooth, and moose • oo as in book, look, good, and stood Vowel Digraphs

  40. In a blend the two sounds are joined together but both sounds can be heard. • br, which blends the /b/ and the /r/ sounds together to make the /br/ sound as in break and brown • fl, which blends the /f/ and the /l/ sounds together to make the /fl/ sound as in flu and flake • st, which blends the /s/ and the /t/ sounds together to make the /st/ sound as in stop and start • cl, which blends the /c/ and the /l/ sounds together to make the /cl/ sound as in cluster and class Consonant Blends

  41. Ms. Broady I can identify diagraphs sounds I can change vowel sounds using the magic e Rule I can identify consonant blends Ms. Inman I can identify diagraphs sounds I can change vowel sounds using the magic e Rule Phonics Small Groups Independent groupPromethean learning Activity/ Sight word writing/ Sentences

  42. Word Families review

  43. Word Families

  44. Musical chairs letter sounds