Lesson 3, Day 1. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: How do you move when you play? When we play we ________. Read Aloud “Go, Go, Go!” Look at the book. Can you tell you the author is? How do you know?. Word Wall. help now the
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Question of the Day:
How do you move when you play?
When we play we ________.
“Go, Go, Go!”
Look at the book.
Can you tell you the author is?
How do you know?
Listen to me say two words. If they rhyme say “YES” if they do not rhyme say “NO”
These words have /i/ at the beginning of the word.
These words have /i/ in the middle of the word.
When I say a word that begins with /i/ hold up your hand and say /i/.
If it doesn’t begin with /i/ put your hand behind your back.
If you hear /i/ in the middle of these words say /i/.
If you don’t put your hand behind your back.
Now tell me ‘beginning’ or ‘middle’
Use your letter tiles to make these words.
Now add a ‘p’ to the front.
Change n to g.
Change p to b.
Change b to d.
Change g to d.
Now read these words.
We sat in the car.
I have a pin on my jacket.
The pig is pink.
Elephants are big.
My dog likes to dig in the yard.
I did my homework.
I had eggs for breakfast.
I sat next to Sam on the bus.
No, I can’t go to the movies.
That is my favorite book too.
Today’s story is about a boy who can not hear. He is deaf.
Do you know anyone who is deaf?
This story is a nonfiction.
It is about real people and things that really happened. It tells of a boy named Chris who is deaf. The author wrote this story as if Chris is telling it. You will learn what it is like to be deaf and how deaf people communicate.
If something is especially important, it is very important.
This picture is especially important to the girl.
When Chris played sports his eyes were especially important.
Especially means - very much.
Say the word-
If you were painting a picture what would be especially important- a pencil or a paint brush?
What does ‘especially’ mean?
If you memorize a poem, you learn it so you can say it without looking.
The children had to memorize their part for the play.
Chris had to memorize his part in the play.
Memorize means- to remember something without looking at it or reading it.
Say the word-
If you wanted to memorize a poem would you say it once or would you say it over and over again?
What does ‘memorize’ mean?
If you sensed something, you had a feeling about it before you were even told about it.
We could sense a storm was coming.
When Chris was a baby, his parents sensed he was different from his brother and sister.
Sensed means- to have a feel about something before you know it.
Say the word-
What would you do if you sensed a friend felt sad- would you scare them or cheer them up?
What does ‘sensed’ mean?
Let’s read “Miss Jill”
the boy is bigg
sam waz sad
Listen while I read these sentences.
could not hear.
took him to the doctor.
discovered he was deaf.
What are the naming parts in each sentence?
Complete each sentence.
Mom and Jan ____________.
The cat _________.
A girl ___________.
Her baby ____________.
Me and my friends ____________.
My teacher ____________.