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  1. What do good friends and neighbors do?Click to listen to the story.

  2. SmallGroupTimer

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

  4. Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores

  5. Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores

  6. Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores

  7. Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores

  8. Big Question:What do good friends and neighbors do? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  9. Horace & Morris but Mostly DoloresMonday

  10. Horace & Morris but Mostly DoloresMonday

  11. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Phonics: ph, gh, /f/ • Author’s Purpose • Ask Questions • Different Kinds of Pronouns

  12. appreciate • ap – pre – ci – ate • When you appreciate something, you feel grateful or thankful for something. • We appreciate how hard our mother works. • I appreciate having a friend who is always nice to me. • We appreciate the gifts we get for our birthdays.

  13. communicate • com – mu – ni - cate • If you communicate with a person, you talk to each other or keep in touch in other ways such as writing or sign language. • My friends and I communicate with each other every day during lunch. • I communicate with my grandmother by e-mail. • Jane communicates with her hearing-impaired friend by using sign language.

  14. respect • re – spect • Respect is a feeling of high regard you have for another person. • If you respect someone, you admire that person and think a lot of him or her. • Our principal has the respect of all students in the school. • Children should respect their parents. • I respect the mayor for making our city a better place to live.

  15. ph, gh /f/ • foam • What do you know about the sound at the beginning of this word? • Today we will study other spellings for /f/.

  16. firefighter • The letter f usually stands for the sound /f/. • fan • fix • fin • fast • fit • fill • The letters ph usually stand for the sound /f/. • phone • photo • graph • The letter gh may stand for the sound /f/ when they follow a vowel. • laugh • rough • tough

  17. photo laugh graph rough phrase tough What do you know about reading these words? The letters ph stand for the sound /f/. The letters gh often stand for the sound /f/ when they follow a vowel. ph, gh /f/

  18. gopher enough phase orphan ph, gh /f/

  19. Making Words a, e, o, u g, h, l, n, p, r, s, t

  20. photo catch when graph gopher shot laugh arch dolphin enough ditch think phrase cough touch Word Reading

  21. Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores

  22. Author’s PurposeAsk Questions • Remember Bad Dog, Dodger!. • Describe some of the funny things Dodger did. • Do you think the author wanted to make us laugh? • Authors have a reason for writing what they do. • They may want to teach us something, they may want us to believe something, or they may want to make us laugh or imagine.

  23. Author’s PurposeAsk Questions • Sometimes authors have more than one reason for writing. • Good readers ask themselves questions before, during, and after reading. • Asking questions will help us understand the author’s reasons for writing the selection.

  24. Daily Fix-It it was her fawlt It was her fault. in august they will wak to school In August they will walk to school.

  25. Different Kinds of Pronouns • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. • The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences. • The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs. • The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

  26. Different Kinds of Pronouns • Calvin has a new bike. He can’t ride it. • The pronoun he is the subject of a sentence. The pronoun it is used after the action verb ride. • Calvin is riding his bike. Angela helped him. • The pronoun him is used after the action verb helped.

  27. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes.

  28. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) • Pam’s bike got a flat tire.

  29. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) • Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) • I called my dad.

  30. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) • Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) • I called my dad. (him) • My dad drove Pam home.

  31. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) • Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) • I called my dad. (him) • My dad drove Pam home. (her) • Pam thanked my dad and me.

  32. Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we • Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) • Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) • I called my dad. (him) • My dad drove Pam home. (her) • Pam thanked my dad and me. (us)

  33. Wrap Up Your Day! • Consonant Sound /f/ • Spelling Consonant Sound /f/ • Author’s Purpose • Let’s Talk About It • Tomorrow the class will read about three friends who love to go on adventures together until they are faced with a decision.

  34. Horace & Morris but Mostly DoloresMonday

  35. Horace & Morris but Mostly DoloresTuesday

  36. Horace & Morris but Mostly DoloresTuesday

  37. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Spelling words with ph, gh /f/ • Vocabulary Words • High Frequency Words • Problem and Solution • Different Kinds of Pronouns

  38. demand • de – mand • If you order someone to do something, you demand that he or she does it. • My friend asked me nicely to help him fix his bike, but he did not demand that I do it. • Mom demanded that I clean my room on Saturday. • The police demanded that we move our car to a different parking space.

  39. firmly • firm – ly • When you say something firmly, you say it in a determined way that shows you won’t change. • Mom firmly told me I could not go outside until I cleaned my room. • I speak nicely, but firmly, when I give commands to my dog.

  40. advantage • ad – van – tage • If you have an advantage, you are in a better or more favorable position than someone else. • Jason ran faster than the others, so he had an advantage in the race. • Bob had an advantage over Ray in getting the job because he had two years of experience.

  41. Bear and Duck on the Run

  42. ph, gh /f/ • phone • You can read this word because you know how to read words with letters that make the consonant sound /f/. • What sound do the letters ph stand for in this word? • tough

  43. ph, gh /f/ • When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the consonant sounds. • Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.

  44. ph, gh /f/ • phase • laugh • dolphin • coughing • telegraph • roughly • alphabet

  45. Listen for words with ph and gh.

  46. ph, gh /f/Pick out words with the sound /f/ in “In My Photo Album.” • photo • laugh • rough • tough • enough

  47. ph, gh /f/laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic