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Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

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Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

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  1. Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

  2. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Question of the Day: Think about different kinds of gardens. If you had a garden, what would you plant? If I had a garden, I would plant __________.

  3. Objective - To read high frequency words. Word Wall: now get yes no find much thank there

  4. Objective: To develop the ability to listen for a purpose. Read Aloud – “I Dig, Dig, Dig” Phonemic Awareness – Final Sounds

  5. Where is short o? Where is short o?Here I am. Here I am.I am in a hot pot, rocky top, and stop clock.o - o - o    o - o - o

  6. Objective: To recognize root words. Inflections –ed, -ing wanted locked played wanting locking playing

  7. Objective: To recognize root words. Inflections –ed, -ing

  8. Objective: To blend sounds into words. Short Vowel /o/ and Spelling top hop hot not dot lot sack back lick pick

  9. Objective: To recognize spelling patterns. Spelling Words top hop hot not dot lot back pick oh yes

  10. Objective: To read high frequency words. Sight Words much find thank Did Bob dig too ________? Can you ________ the dog? ________ you, Bob!

  11. Fluency Objective: To distinguish fiction from nonfiction. • Read the words carefully and do not skip over any words. • Read the words as they are printed and do not add any words.

  12. Objective: To review robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations. Robust Vocabulary • Aid • Persistent • Sweltering

  13. Objective: To recognize and write complete telling sentences. Let’s fix it. the dog naps is soft the box is big you they we dig

  14. Objective: To recognize and write complete telling sentences. Add words to these groups of words to make complete sentences. They need to begin with capital letters and end with periods. ran up the tree a big log filled the box

  15. Objective: To compose telling sentences. To understand that telling sentences tell about things. YOUR SENTENCES In your writing journal, tell about something that you have done with a family member recently.