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  1. Unit 25 Lesson 2

  2. ConnectionsSort it!

  3. WALT • We are learning to listen for sound patterns, utilizing unit vocabulary, practice fluency, continue review roots, demonstrate knowledge in adjective suffixes, and use confusing words and phrases.

  4. Why is this important? • Understanding confusing words will increase your comprehension and fluency wen reading.

  5. Phonemic Awareness: Consonants • The /g/ stop and /j/ affricative

  6. Phonemic Awareness • G can represent two sounds: /j/ and /g/ • The J sound is sounded when it comes before a E, I, or Y. • Gentle • Giant • Gym • The G sound is voiced when it comes after a voiced consonant or at the beginning of a word. • Gain • Grip • Gum

  7. Phonemic Awareness page 12 The G Rule: When G is followed be E, I, or Y, the Gis pronounced /j/.

  8. Phonemic Awareness page 12 The G Rule: When G is followed be E, I, or Y, the G is pronounced /j/. The G Rule: When G is followed be E, I, or Y, the Gis pronounced /j/.

  9. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 • Review the following soft C and soft G rules

  10. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 city

  11. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 city again

  12. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 city again fancy

  13. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again fancy

  14. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy

  15. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy gym

  16. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym

  17. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except

  18. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except dance

  19. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except origin dance

  20. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except origin dance nice

  21. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except origin dance age nice

  22. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine fancy regular gym except origin dance age nice energy

  23. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine count fancy regular gym except origin dance age nice energy

  24. Phonemic AwarenessPage 13 closed city again imagine count fancy regular gym except origin dance age nice energy huge

  25. Essential Wordspage 14 • Alphabetize the following words and then write a sentence for each word.

  26. Essential Wordspage 14 • Alphabetize the following words and then write a sentence for each word. Carriage Machine Marriage Pigeon Shoe Surgeon

  27. Fluency • Turn to Fluency in the back • PAGE R13 • Give your binder to your partner and take theirs. • Each will take turns reading as many words as they can in one minutes. Their partner will write down errors and the last word on their sheets. • Using the count column – calculate the words read per minute. • Place that number on the chart on page R43 • http://www.online-stopwatch.com/large-stopwatch/

  28. Fluency • Turn to Fluency in the back • PAGE R17 • Give your binder to your partner and take theirs. • Each will take turns reading as many words as they can in one minutes. Their partner will write down errors and the last word on their sheets. • Using the count column – calculate the words read per minute. • Place that number on the chart on page R45 • http://www.online-stopwatch.com/large-stopwatch/

  29. Idiom focus English learners are often confused by idioms because their meanings differ from the literal meanings of the words. Because idioms such as add fuel to the fire. Students need to know the meanings of common idioms. Grab an idiom focus Come Full Circle

  30. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • Which type of morpheme is added to the beginning of a word to extend or modify its meaning? • Prefix

  31. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • Which type of morpheme is carries the most important part of a word’s meaning? • Root

  32. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • Which type of morpheme is added to the end of a word to extend or modify its meaning? • Suffix

  33. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • Which type of morpheme are – ize and –ate? • Suffixes

  34. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • What is the root in the word dejected? • Ject

  35. Review Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • How many morphemes are there in the word imperfectly? • Four • Im– per- fect -ly

  36. ROOTS and suffixes

  37. Roots and Suffixes examples • Complicate To cause to be twisted together To make or become difficult

  38. Roots and Suffixes examples • Pliable Able to be twisted Easily bent or shaped

  39. Roots and Suffixes examples • Perplex To twist thoroughly To confuse

  40. Roots and Suffixes examples • Proponent Something put forward A person who supports a cause

  41. Roots and Suffixes examples • Compound To put together To combine to form a whole

  42. Roots and Suffixes examples • Impostor A person who does not put a person who is not who he or she claims to be

  43. Roots and Suffixes examples • Incredible Not able to be believed Unbelievable

  44. Affixed WordPage 15

  45. Affixed WordPage 15 incredible Incredible: not able to be believed

  46. Affixed WordPage 15 incredible Incredible: not able to be believed pliable Pliable: able to be twisted.

  47. Affixed WordPage 15 incredible Incredible: not able to be believed pliable Pliable: able to be twisted. Impostor Impostor: a person who is not who he or she claims to be

  48. Affixed WordPage 15 incredible Incredible: not able to be believed pliable Pliable: able to be twisted. Impostor Impostor: a person who is not who he or she claims to be Proponent Proponent: a person who supports a cause

  49. Affixed WordPage 15 incredible Incredible: not able to be believed pliable Pliable: able to be twisted. Impostor Impostor: a person who is not who he or she claims to be Proponent Proponent: a person who supports a cause complicated Complicated: made difficult

  50. Adjective Suffixes Hardcover page 8