Thursday February 26, 2009 Lesson 23 Day 4. Objective: To listen attentively and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day. Who are some people who live on your street? On my signal, turn and talk with your partner to complete this stem
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February 26, 2009
Lesson 23 Day 4
Objective: To listen attentively and respond appropriately to oral communication
Question of the Day
Who are some people who live on your street? to oral communication
On my signal, turn and talk with your partner to complete this stem
_______ and _____ live on my street.
Objective: To appreciate the rhythm and rhyme of a poem to oral communication
Today we are going to read a poem called “All the People on our Street.” I want you to listen to see if this poem is anything like the story we read yesterday, “On Saturday.” As we read the poem I want you to see if you can pick out any words that are rhyming words.
All the People on our Street to oral communication
All the people on our street
Are the people that I like to meet.
I take a walk and say hello
To all the people that I know.
Objective: To read high frequency words to oral communication
Word Wall Words
Objective: To add phonemes to make new words to oral communication
Objective: To discriminate between words with different spelling patterns
To use common letter patterns to build and read words
Let’s add –ose and –oke to some words to make new words
Look at that spelling patternsrose.
Put your nose close to it.
It smells good.
Look at those thorns on it.
Don’t let them poke you.
I chose this rose.
I broke it off to take home.
Objective: To build and blend words with
/o/ and other known letter-sounds.
Objective: To build and blend words with spelling patterns
/i/ and other known letter-sounds.Word Blending
Objective: To spell and write known high frequency words spelling patterns
To read high frequency words spelling patterns
High Frequency Words
Let’s remember that the author does not always list every detail of a story. He leaves some questions unanswered so we can draw conclusions of our own. Let’s revisit the story “Bear Wants More.”
Let’s draw conclusions about the answers to these questions
How do you know that Bear and Mouse are friends?
What makes you think that Bear’s friends did not get enough to eat?
congenial and situations.A congenial person is very nice and friendly.
The neighbors are friendly and congenial.
If I say something that you think a congenial person would say then I want you to say “You are so congenial!” If not say nothing at all.
You are such a big help!
I do not like anyone here.
I am so glad I got to meet you.
Take the best piece of cake. I’ll have the other piece.
When people congregate at a place, they gather there and spend time there.
People congregate at the farmer’s market.
I want you to say “People congregate there” if I say a place that is a good place for people to gather. If not say nothing at all.
in a car
cheerful place that is a good place for people to gather. If not say nothing at all.
When you are happy and smiling, people say you are cheerful.
The farmer is cheerful when he says, “See you next Saturday!”
I want you to say “I feel cheerful” if I say something that would make you happy. If not say nothing at all.
Today is your birthday.
We have a lot of work to do.
We are going on a field trip.
I broke your favorite toy.
You have brand new shoes.
You get to go to the fair.
Green tree, green tree and -est
Stretching high above me.
Like a tower very tall
Your leaves flutter
As they fall.