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Communities. Unit 2. Who Works Here?. By: Melissa Blackwell Burke. Who works where you live?. Objectives. Yesterday: Long i ( CVCe ), reviewed Long a, Soft c/s/ & g/j /, High-frequency words, & Special Titles Today:Test Day Spelling and Phonics:

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who works here

Who Works Here?

By: Melissa Blackwell Burke

Who works where you live?




Long i (CVCe), reviewed Long a, Soft c/s/ & g/j/, High-frequency words, & Special Titles

Today:Test Day

Spelling and Phonics:

Long i (CVCe) and digraphs wh, ch, & tch

Skill: High-Frequency Words

Grammar: Special Titles

morning warm up
Morning Warm-Up!

This week we read about

people who work in a community.

Policeand firefighters keep our

community safe.

question of the day
Question of the Day
  • What are some ways we

can all be good citizens?

review oral vocabulary
Review Oral Vocabulary
  • Name things in the message that:
  • names people who leave their headquarters to patrol a city
  • describes people who follow the laws made by community leaders


Amazing Words








Objective: Build oral vocabulary.


Just what do they mean?

citizen – a person who lives in a certain location

community – the town or city in which you live

law – a rule that tells people what they can and cannot do

leader – the head of a group


Just what do they mean?

headquarters – places where business or city leaders work

patrol – to move around, watching or guarding

branch – a smaller type of a larger bank, library, or office

earn – when you are paid for work you do

share literature build concepts

Time to Read

Share Literature-Build Concepts

Walk Around a City

  • Yesterday the class listened to find out how a town can grow into a city.
  • Today listen to find out why so many people come to live in a city.

By: Peter and Connie Roop

build oral vocabulary
Build Oral Vocabulary
  • Why do so many people come to live in a city?
  • Why do you think the author says a city is very exciting?
blending strategy
Blending Strategy

We have had words like madeandlake.

Long i (CVCe)

bike = bike

wide ripe like

time prize wise

life dime rice

mine kite mice shine


Long i


Word Review

blending strategy1
Blending Strategy

We have had words like shipandthem.

Digraphs wh, ch, tch

when = when chip = chip

catch munchchamp which

match suchchop whale

itch muchchick lunch










I rode my yellow bike while my kite was flying behind me.

The sidewalk outside the school is where I like to play.

I cannot drive the glider.

The lime is ripe enough to eat.

You are wise not to play with fire.

Nine mice ate five bites of cheese.

Mike has nine dimes with him.

Life is so much fun to live.

I want a big size pizza slice.

long i and digraphs
Long i and Digraphs


I made a sketch with whitechalk.

Do not slide on the ice in that ditch.

She is such a finechamp!

Which man can hike a mile?


High-Frequency Words







  • The sun is _______ today.
  • I do not want to _______. I want to play!
  • I see lots of _______ on my way.
  • “_______ is that boy?” I say.
  • He must _______ far away.

Spelling Words

like ice

bike dime

ride time

hide kite

smile white

Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.


Who Works Here?

Test Time

Go to your testing spots.

Good luck!

writing and grammar
Writing and Grammar

Pages 82-83

Want Ad

Special Titles

A title can come before the name of a person. A title begins with a capital letter. Some titles end with a period(.).

Officer Black helps Ms.Timms.

Dr.Ori knows Mr. Green.


Who Works Here? Tells about some jobs people do. Think about a teacher’s job. Now write a want ad for a teacher telling what a teacher does.

Writing Trait- Conventions

Follow conventions when you write sentences.


Writing and Grammar

  • Write two sentences. Tell what a firefighter named Mr. Jones and a vet named Dr. Kraus do in their jobs.



Wrap Up Your Week!

  • How can a good citizen help take care of our community?
  • Why is it important to have leaders make laws for our community?

Who makes our neighborhood a nice place to live?


Preview Next Week

Next week you will read about a community of animals.

daily fix it
Daily Fix-It

1. we Help in class.

2. Can u help me.

waltke s web powerpoint
Waltke’s Web Powerpoint

Mrs. Waltke is a veteran teacher living in Jasper and working in the Jasper School System.

carl s corner
Carl’s Corner

Cherry Carl is a retired teacher who lives in California. She teaches at UCLA.


Time to Listen

to the Story

Who Works Here?

Pages 68-77