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  1. Big Question:In what creative ways do we communicate?

  2. SmallGroupTimer

  3. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank Review Games

  4. Dear Juno

  5. Dear Juno

  6. Dear Juno

  7. Big Question:How many ways can we communicate? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  8. Dear JunoMonday

  9. Dear JunoMonday

  10. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Long o: o, oa, ow • Syllables VCV • Draw Conclusions • Realistic Fiction • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns

  11. Concept Talk

  12. Anchored Talk

  13. Click to listen to a song about letters.

  14. Dear Juno

  15. correspond • cor – re - spond • When you correspond with someone, you write to each other. • Sandy and her penpal corresponded for several years. • My grandmother and I correspond by e-mail.

  16. postage • post –age • Postage is the money you pay to send a letter or something you want to mail. • Mom took the package to the post office to find out how much the postage would be. • A stamp pays for postage on a letter.

  17. transport • trans - port • When you transport something, you carry it somewhere. • I transport my homework and my lunch in my backpack. • A mail carrier transports lots of mail in a big bag on wheels.

  18. Phonemic Awareness

  19. Phonemic Awareness • Substitute Medial Phonemes • Reading book page 384 • I see a girl waving. She is saying Hello! • The long o sound is the sound at the end of the word hello! • Find other long o sounds! • Let’s change middle sounds! Coat. Change the o sound to a – CAT!

  20. float fond over locate throat shore sold follow bold host dock forget bowl cannot before Word Reading

  21. Word Family Word – phone(online dictionary)

  22. Word Family Word – phone cone zone bone drone stone

  23. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  24. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  25. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  26. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  27. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  28. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  29. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  30. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  31. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  32. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  33. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  34. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  35. Long o & Short obroke, clock, coach, scold, notch, both, grow, loaf, shock, foam, plot, know

  36. Long o: o, oa, ow • vote - nose • What do you know about reading these words? • When you see o-consonant-e, the o says its name, and the e is silent. (When two vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second stays quiet.) • Today we’ll learn about other spellings for /o/.

  37. PHONICS –o, -oa, -ow • host float snow veto fellow toad • bowl scold throat elbow hotel cocoa

  38. ocean • CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound. • bone • home • rope • CV, CV/C-When a word or a syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long. • no • go • hello • CVVC –When two vowels appear together in a word or syllable, the first usually stands for its long sound and the second is silent. • boat • road • soap • The letters ow can stand for the long o sound or the dipthong/ou/.Context provides the clue to pronunciation. • row • grown • snow

  39. coat most told slow host cold boat mow bowl Long o: o, oa, owBlend these words.

  40. open throat sold goal coast road gold post flow Long o: o, oa, owBlend these words.

  41. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  42. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  43. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  44. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  45. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  46. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  47. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  48. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  49. Long o: o, oa, owgrow, coach, loaf, broke, know, scold, both, foam

  50. Decodable Page 199Sam’s Stroll10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1