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  1. Learning ObjectiveName _____________________ Today, we will use homophones to determine1 the meaning of words. 1 figure out CFU What are we going to do today? What does determine mean? Determine means _____. Activate (or provide) Prior Knowledge Look at each picture and read its name aloud. Do the words sound the same? Underline the letters that are the same. CFU Students, you already know that some words sound alike but have different meanings and different spellings. These words are called homophones. Today, we will use homophones to determine the meaning of words.

  2. Concept Development • Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions2. • Correct spelling helps determine the meaning of homophones. • 2 meanings (synonym) Homophones: Eight/Ate Not examples of homophones: The bat flies through the air. The baseball bat is made out of wood. CFU Which set of words below are homophones? How do you know? Why is the other set of words not homophones? A fly, fly B pair, pear What is the difference between the words pair/pear and bat/bat? Explain your answer. The difference between the words pair/pear and bat/bat is __________________________. In your own words, what are homophones? Homophones are _________________________.

  3. Skill Development/Guided Practice Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify3 words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. 3find (synonym) hear sum eight bare CFU (#2a) How did I/you identify the words that help me/you determine which meaning to use? (#3) How did I/you identify the correct homophone?

  4. Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. heard pair to their CFU (#2a) How did I/you identify the words that help me/you determine which meaning to use? (#3) How did I/you identify the correct homophone?

  5. Relevance Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. • Using homophones to determine the meaning of words will help you use the correct spelling in your writing. 2. Using homophones to determine the meaning of words will help you do well on tests. CFU Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to use homophones to determine the meaning of words? (pair-share) Why is it relevant to use homophones to determine the meaning of words? You may give me one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why?

  6. Skill Closure Use homophones to determine the meaning of the words below. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. close ant Constructed Response Closure The flower was yellow and blue. My mom uses flour to bake cookies. Why are the underlined words examples of homophones?Explain. Summary Closure What did you learn today about using homophones to determine the meaning of words? (pair-share)

  7. Independent Practice Name ___________________________ Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. week meat wait through

  8. Independent Practice (continued) Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. towed hare two there

  9. Periodic Review 1 Name ___________________________ Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. eight aunt some weak too

  10. Periodic Review 2 Name ___________________________ Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. weight clothes toad bare they’re

  11. Periodic Review 3 Name ___________________________ Homophonesare words that have the same sound but different spellings and definitions. Use homophones to determine the meaning of words. Step #1: Read the homophone definitions. Step #2: Read the sentence carefully. a. Identify words that help determine which meaning to use. (underline) Step #3: Identify the correct homophone. (circle and write) Hint: Use words from the sentence. Step #4: Read the sentence to determine that you selected the correct spelling of the homophone. here meet heard herd threw through buy

  12. EDI – Cognitive, Teaching and English Learners Strategies