Tuesday March 3rd Lesson 24, Day 2
Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: What is something special you like to do at your house? What makes it special? When I give you the signal, turn and talk with your partner using the stem below. I like to ______. This is special to me because _________.
Objective: To develop the ability to listen for a purpose Read AloudSomething Special BBRP: 15
Objective - To read high frequency words. Sight Words old same tell following show also form become busy eyes high listen remembered talk visitor
Objective: To segment words into phonemes TE: T501 Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Segmentation and Addition
Objective: To recognize and generate the sounds of /s/c; /j/g; dge Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge p a ce i ce b r i dge
Objective: To build and blend words with /s/ and /j/ and other known letter-sounds. Word Blending ce i n i ce r a ce p a ge e dge l ar ge
Objective: To use letter-sound knowledge to read decodable text. To develop fluency. Reading You will read the red words. Your home looksnice. I have icein my cup. We can race to the large tree. My friend has a badge. I hold the edgeof the pageto keep my place. Add some spiceto the rice.
Objective: To use drawing conclusions as a tool to improve comprehension. Draw Conclusions Sometimes an author won’t give every detail in a story. An author can use clues in the story to help the reader draw conclusions and fill in missing pieces of information. Remember this passage from “The Shoemaker and the Elves:” “A woman walked by and saw the shoes. She came in and didn’t even ask the price. She paid double the usual cost and left, expressing her pleasure.’” Think Aloud, TE: T504
Objective: To use drawing conclusions as a tool to improve comprehension. Look at the picture. What conclusions can you make? What clues helped you?
Objective: To apply word knowledge to the reading of a text. Words to Know Choose from these words to complete the sentences. A seed will __________ a flower one day. They are _____ getting ready for the party. Her _____ are brown. A tall building reaches ______ in they sky. Please ________ carefully to what I say. I ______________ to bring my homework. Do you like to _______ on the phone? A _________ is coming to our class. become busy eyes high listen remembered talk visitor
Mystery of the Night Song We will return to this screen after stations to complete this chart. Objective: To make inferences as a strategy for comprehension.
Objective: To use letter-sound knowledge to read decodable text. To develop fluency. Small Groups Let’s Read “Mystery of the Night Song” When called go to your first rotation! Group 2 Group 1 Group 3 Mystery stories often begin with something unusual happening. Then characters follow clues to solve the mystery. Objective: To understand characteristics of genre: mystery.
Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations. Robust Vocabulary • pleased • joy • stammered
pleased When you are pleased with something, you are happy with it. The shoemaker was pleased with the shoes because they were so beautifully made.
joy When you feel joy, you feel very happy A look of joy spread across her face.
stammered If I stammered, I had a hard time speaking. I kept stopping and repeating the same sounds without even knowing it. The woman stammered as she spoke to the man..
Vocabulary Practice/Apply • On my signal, tell your partner what would please you more, something sour or something sweet. • On my signal, answer in one voice with “joy” or “sadness.” Would making a 100 on your test bring you joy or sadness? • If I were nervous, I might stammer. On my signal, tell your partner what might make you stammer. Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations.
Grammar: Multiple-Meaning Words • I will plant the seeds. • Did you water the plant? • I rake up the leaves? • Did you find Dad’s rake? • Mom weeds the garden. • Those weeds look like flowers.
Objective: To list topics for a rhyming poem • Rhyming Poem • It has a title. • Some lines end with rhyming words. • It has a rhythm. • It is enjoyable to read and listen to.
Draft a Rhyming Verse Objective: To list topics for a rhyming poem
Objective: To list topics for a rhyming poem Plan A PoemList things that you would like to write a rhyming poem about.