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EDI- Alphabetical Order

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  1. EDI- Alphabetical Order Standard: Writing Conventions 1.9 Arrange words in alphabetic order

  2. Day 1 • Alphabetical Order

  3. Learning Objective • Today we will arrange words in alphabetical order (ABC order) • “arrange” means to put a specific place • Tell your partner what you will do today. • What are we going to do today?

  4. Activating Prior Knowledge • Have you ever had to number your paper from 1-10? • Why did you put 1 first and 10 last? • Was 5 in the middle? Why?

  5. Concept Development • Arranging words in alphabetical order is when you put words in order of the alphabet. • Example: cat, dog, elephant, goat, monkey, turtle

  6. Examples Non-Examples 1. apple 1. cat 2. cat 2. dog 3. dog 3. elephant 4. elephant 4. apple 5. frog 5. frog

  7. Concept Development 1. bell LOOK AT THE FIRST LETTER FIRST!! seal, bell, flag, colors, united, eagle What letter comes first? s, b, f, c, s, or e? b…of course so the word “bell” would go first.

  8. Concept Development 1. bell 2. colors seal, bell, flag, colors, united, eagle What word would come next? c comes after b…so colors would be next

  9. Concept Development 1. bell 2. colors 3. eagle 4. flag 5. seal 6. united seal, bell, flag, colors, united, eagle If you sing your alphabet song, you will see that e comes next, then f, then s, and last, u.

  10. Tell your partner how to arrange words in alphabetical order.

  11. Why do you need to know ABC order? You need to know this because when you want to find something in the dictionary, all the words are arranged in alphabetical order.

  12. Independent Practice Arrange these words in alphabetical order • thought, make, board, caught, never, used • blueberry, strawberry, apple, fruit, orange, kiwi • quicksand, lipstick, matchbox, applesauce, cupcake

  13. Day Two Learning Objective • Today we will arrange words in alphabetical order (ABC order) • “arrange” means to put a specific place • Tell your partner what you will do today. • What are we going to do today?

  14. Concept Development • Arranging words in alphabetical order is when you put words in order of the alphabet. • Example: cat, dog, elephant, goat, monkey, turtle

  15. Concept Development LOOK AT THE FIRST LETTER FIRST!! sell, sail, scale, sold, store, should What letter comes first? Wait…they all start with s. If all the words start with the same letter, then you have to look at second letter.

  16. Concept Development LOOK AT THE SECOND LETTER NOW!! sell, sail, scale, sold, store, should What letter comes first? e, a, c, o, t, or h “a” comes first. 1. sail

  17. Concept Development LOOK AT THE SECOND LETTER NOW!! sell, sail, scale, sold, store, should What letter comes next? e, c, o, t, or h • “c” comes next • Then, “e” • Then, “h” • The last 2 are “o” and “t” 1. sail 2. scale 3. sell 4. should 5. sold 6. store

  18. Check for Understanding • Tell your partner what you do when all your words start with the same letter. • What letter do you look at next?

  19. Independent Practice Put these words in alphabetical order • dog, dive, drain, dug, desk • green, ghost, game, gum, giant • run, rip, rabbit, rose, read

  20. Day 3 Alphabetize to the 3rd letter

  21. When the first two letters are the same, you need to look at the third letter. thought, think, thank, their “a” comes first in the alphabet so thank is first 1. thank

  22. When the first two letters are the same, you need to look at the third letter. thought, think, thank, their “e” comes next so their is next “i” follows with think “o” is last with thought thank their think thought

  23. Independent Practice • should, shade, shield, shed • kind, kitty, kid, kiwi • deduct, deck, defend, destiny • promise, printer, prevent, practice