Reading Street Unit 4 Week 6
What is changing in our world? How can a surprise be a treasure? What treasures can we create? What treasures can we find in the earth? How can we share special days? What treasures can we share at home? What treasures can we share with neighbors?
Day 1 Morning Warm Up! My neighbor made me a picture. Remember neighbors can be good friends. Who thought to do something nice for a neighbor today? What treasures can we share with our neighbors?
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Oral Vocabulary: Share Literature Welcome, Neighbor! Welcome, welcome, my dear neighbor. It is oh so good That every resident is friendly In our neighborhood. Welcome, welcome, my dear neighbor. Everyone can tell We positively did discover A super place to dwell. Why is the neighborhood a super place to dwell?
Phonemic Awareness (Segment and count syllables) • We just sang about a wonderful neighborhood. • Listen as I say the word “wonderful”. How many syllables do you hear? Say the syllables as you count them on your fingers:won-der-ful wonderful(3) won der wonder won der ful ly wonderfully care ful ly carefully care ful careful care care Next slide
Phonemic Awareness (Segment and count syllables) help ful helpful help help help ful ly helpfully friend friend friendly friend ly
Phonemic Awareness (Segment and count syllables) What do you know about reading these words? The endings –er and –est are called suffixes. Today we will learn about more suffixes. quicker quickest These words both end with suffixes. The suffix –ly means “in a way”. Quickly means in a quick way. The suffix “ful” means “full of”. Hopeful means full of hope. quickly hopeful If a word has a base word, first figure out the base word. Read the base word. Read the suffix. Then blend the parts. soft ly softly harm ful harmful ly bad badly ful color colorful hope ful ly hopefully
BLEND WORDS Tell what you know about each word before reading it. Read the base word, then the suffix, and then blend the word. brightly neatly completely grateful delightful peacefully painful Put the words in the correct column.sadly frightful tightly cleanly playful hurtful happily careful shyly helpful ly ful sadly frightful tightly playful cleanly hurtful happily careful shyly helpful
Check Word Reading Compound Words safely peaceful friendly suddenly perfectly wildly boastful faithful grateful boasting playful thankful bravely studies helped
Word Wall Words friends from how little paper room school Helpful HollyWhich words in “Helpful Holly” begin with a capital letter? Names and words that begin sentences are always capitalized. We read: Helpful Holly. How does Holly help out at home? How does Holly help when she is not at home? Apply Phonics: Practice Suffixes –ly, -ful Point to a word in the story with the suffix –ly or –ful. What is the word? helpful gladly sweetly playful quickly softly slowly
Build Background -Develop Concepts Let’s Talk AboutTreasures to Share Tell me what you see here. Some people are gathered on the steps that lead to a house. The people are greeting each other outside a house. How do you think these people know each other? What is the woman in the purple shirt doing? Why do you think the women are sharing a pie? Could they be neighbors? Why do you think this family has a sign on their house that says, “Welcome, Friends”? Use the word “resident” to tell me about the people on the steps. How do you think the woman in the purple shirt felt when she discovered the pie?
Build Background - Develop Concepts Let’s Talk AboutTreasures to Share What treasures can we share with neighbors? What treasures did these neighbors share with each other? What treasures might Mrs. Hopper share with Henry and Mudge??
Listening Comprehension TEACH/MODEL Cause and Effect • Most things happen for a reason. • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why it happens. • Words like because and so can help you figure out what happens and why. The Cat Chase MODEL When I read, I think about what is happening and why. In this story, Michelle knows that Rocky is not at home when she comes in from school. I ask myself why she knows this. I remember that the story said she knew this because Rocky didn’t run up and jump up on her like he usually does. Paying attention to why things happen helps me understand why characters in stories do the things they do. Why do Michelle and her mother go ask Mrs. Gomez if she has seen Rocky? Why did Mrs. Gomez and Michelle land in the grass? Why does Rocky chase Fluffy? Recall the story: Peter’s Chair Why does Peter’s mother tell him that he has to play quietly? Peter wants to run away. Why does he want to do that? When you read any story, you should think about what happens and why it happens.
Daily Fix-It The dogs was playfull. We quicklee put our back packs away.
Daily Fix-It The dogs was playfull. The dog was playful. We quicklee put our back packs away. We quickly put our backpacks away.
Grammar: Teach/Model Adjectives That Compare PRACTICE:Which is longer, a pair of scissors or a ruler? Put three students in order from shortest to tallest. Who is older, you or your teacher?
Wrap Up Your Day! Suffixes careful What suffix is used at the end of this word? Let’s name some other words that end with –ful or -ly. Name the letters for each of these words and write them in the air. slowly sadly playful In the story, “The Cat Chase” why did Rocky chase Fluffy? How do Michelle and Mrs. Gomez share a treasure with each other?
Day 2 Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about the residents who dwell next door to Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge. We will discover what they think a memory is. What do you think a memory is?
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Phonemic Awareness: Blend andSegment Phonemes (Click to make the sounds appear, then click again for words.) We just read how Wilfred put shells into a basket for Miss Nancy. He put a puppet in the basket, too. Listen to the sounds in too. t u too b r u m broom n u n noon g u s goose s n u z snooze t u th tooth c u l cool
Phonics Word WorkVowels in moon TEACH/MODEL juice, new, blue What do you know about reading these words? Today we will learn about another way to spell the sound of /u/. moon This word is moon. The vowel sound in the middle of moon is /u/. Say it with me /u/. food The letters oo stand for /u/. This is how I blend this word: /f/ /u/ /d/, food. Let’s blend it together. z u zoo f u l fool m u d mood b l u m bloom r u st roost Blend these words: too loop spoon pool room boot
Build Words smooth Change the “sm” to “t”. What is the new word? tooth Change the “th” to “l”.What is the new word? tool spool Change the “t” to “sp”.What is the new word? spoon Change the “l” to “n”.What is the new word?
Build Words Model Blending Word Families noon I can blend this word by saying the beginning sound and then sounding the rest of the word like this: /n/ -oon, noon. Let’s blend it together. Now let’s blend the words below. -oot -oom -oop boot zoom hoop root broom scoop scoot gloom swoop
Check Word ReadingVowels ew, ue, ui gloomy droop loop suit proof school boost juice duke ooze cruise crude zoom rule suitcase
Spelling: Practice Compound Words(Click to Check Dictation) Be careful to walk across the log slowly. The playful puppy quickly ran outside. The gift is wonderful because it is so useful. Sue looked at the painful cut sadly.
Word Wall Words do other remember to they thought We read: Zoom! Zoom! Why doesn’t Luke remember much about his trip to the zoo? What is the author’s message? Apply Phonics: PracticeVowels in Moon Point to a word in the story that has the /u/ spelled oo. What is the word? Let’s see how many oo words we can find in the story. zoo noon too hoop coo zoomed food
Words to Read Read the Words Henry told Mudge they were only going across the street to Mrs. Hopper’s house. They were staying with Mrs. Hopper because Mom and Dad were going to a dance. Mrs. Hopper opened the door. Henry walked back in and took off his shoes. Genre: Realistic Fiction Realistic fiction has settings that seem real, but the story is made up. Next, you will find out what happens when Henry and Mudge visit a neighbor.
Interactive Writing WriteDescription Song: Welcome Neighbor What sound do you hear at the beginning of the word school? What letter stands for that sound? What sound do you hear at the end of the word school? What letter stands for that sound? Our school neighborhood is a good neighborhood. There are many houses around the school. We can ride our bikes to school on the sidewalks. Some of us live next to the school and can play on the playground even when school is out.
Daily Fix-It The party was onederful? I will gladlee share mine pie with you.
Daily Fix-It The party was onederful? The party was wonderful. I will gladlee share mine pie with you. I will gladly share my pie with you.
Grammar Develop the Concept:Adjectives My house is bigger than my neighbor’s house. Identify the adjective that is used to compare the houses. The house at the end of the street is the biggest house. Adjectives can compare two people, places, or things. What adjective would you use to compare the size of our school to your house? Here are three tall children. When I compare the three people, I see that the middle person is taller than the first person. I see that the last person is the tallest of the three. Go to next slide.
Using Adjectives To Compare Choose adjectives to compare. Then click to get my idea. There can be more than one choice. larger/smaller happier lighter/darker large/larger/largest longest/shortest youngest/oldest
Speaking and Listening Give Directions • Speakers Listeners • Face the group. 1) Sit quietly. • 2) Speak loudly enough 2) Face the speaker. • to be heard. 3) Listen to what the • 3) Speak clearly. speaker says. TAKE A POLLHow do you get to school?
Wrap Up Your Day! Look for the high-frequency words in these sentences: My mom told me I could go if I wanted to dance. I told her no because I would have to wear fancy shoes. Vowels in Moon What sound does the oo in moon make? Read these oo words. choose pool moose scoop List other words that have the oo sound you hear in moon. Recall the song “Welcome Neighbor”. Why is this a good neighborhood to live in? Tell about why your neighborhood is a good one to live in. What are some things neighbors might share?
Day 3 Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about Henry and Mudge. They have a wonderful time with their neighbor Mrs. Hopper. Do you have a friendly neighbor you like to spend time with?
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Suffixes –ly, -ful, and Vowels in moon sharply playful You can read these words because you know that –ly and –ful are suffixes. What are the base words? What are the words? You can read this word because you know that oo can stand for /u/. What letters spell the vowel sound /u/ in this word? What is the word? stool When you come to a new word, look at all the letters in the word and think about its vowel sounds and its word parts. Say the sounds to yourself and then read the word. When you come to a new word, what are you going to do? Let’s read these words. Look at all the letters, think about the vowel sounds and word parts, and say them to yourself. When I point to the word, let’s read it together. mainly hoot restful graceful moo
Word Reading: Phonics Chart 24 Wonderful Neighbors My neighbors are my friends. I see them every day. We gladly walk to school and back. Each afternoon we play. We play games in my room, Or splash out in their pool. They’re always kind and cheerful, and they think I’m really cool. Frame each of the following words on the Phonics Songs and Rhymes Chart wonderful gladly school afternoon room pool cheerful really cool
Build Words:Words with –ful and –ly base word -ful -ly Read each base word and decide if a new word can be formed by adding –ful. Then, decide if a new word can be formed by adding –ly to the base word or the word with the suffix –ful. Add the new words to the chart. Then, read the word lists. spoon spoonful helpful helpfully help cool coolly care careful carefully soft softly
Build Background • What are some reasons people wear costumes? • How can a costume be useful? Go to next slide.
Build Background We know that costumes change the way we look. That’s why we wear them at certain times. Henry and Mudge are characters in the story we are about to read. We’ll find out what happens when their neighbor, Mrs. Hopper, let’s them play in a very special room of costumes in her house.
Word Reading Check High-Frequency Words told shoes across because only ever were dance surprised very how took about opened
Comprehension SKILL:Cause and Effect • Things usually happen for a reason. I will name some things that happened in the story Peter’s Chair. You tell me what caused it to happen. • As you read, ask yourself what happens and why it happens. STRATEGY Preview MODEL Before I read a story, I look through it for clues about what is going to happen. If a story has chapter titles, those titles can give me information about what might happen. • As you read Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper’s House, ask yourself these questions: • What do I think is going to happen next? • What clues help me predict what is going to happen next?
Vocabulary: Antonyms Look at the word shiny on page 168. Shiny is a word that means bright. Dull is a word that means the opposite of shiny. It is an antonym. Find the following words in the story. Then list an antonym for each word. Antonyms tall - short full - empty wonderful - horrible big - small good - bad
Daily Fix-It 5. He was carful to walk slowly on the ice 6. The playfull puppy played nicely?
Daily Fix-It 5. He was carful to walk slowly on the ice He was careful to walk slowly on the ice. 6. The playfull puppy played nicely? The playful puppy played nicely.
Writing Trait of the Week:IntroduceWord Choice Writers choose exact nouns, strong verbs, and vivid adjectives to make word pictures for readers. Pay attention to the words as I read aloud page 166 of Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper’s House. MODEL When I read page 166, I see that the author chooses words that give me a picture of Mrs. Hopper’s house. Let me read another sentence about Mrs. Hopper’s house. Mrs. Hopper lived across the street in a house with windows and a door. The author’s words give a much clearer and more interesting picture of Mrs. Hopper’s house: big, stone, droopy, dark Let’s add adjectives to these sentences so they give clearer word pictures. There could be a lot of choices. They found ________capes. furry, purple Mudge wore a _______ wig. curly, silly Mrs. Hopper’s hat had a _______ feather. fluffy, huge