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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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
Spelling and Phonics:
Long i (CVCe) and digraphs wh, ch, & tch
Skill: High-Frequency Words
Grammar: Special Titles
This week we read about
people who work in a community.
Policeand firefighters keep our
can all be good citizens?
Objective: Build oral vocabulary.
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
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
We have had words like madeandlake.
Long i (CVCe)
bike = bike
wide ripe like
time prize wise
life dime rice
mine kite mice shine
We have had words like shipandthem.
Digraphs wh, ch, tch
when = when chip = chip
catch munchchamp which
match suchchop whale
itch muchchick lunch
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.
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?
Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.
Go to your testing spots.
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.
Who makes our neighborhood a nice place to live?
Next week you will read about a community of animals.
1. we Help in class.
2. Can u help me.
Mrs. Waltke is a veteran teacher living in Jasper and working in the Jasper School System.
Cherry Carl is a retired teacher who lives in California. She teaches at UCLA.
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Who Works Here?