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Unit 20, Lesson 7. March 7, 2011. W. A. L. T. Determine vowel digraphs with at least 80% accuracy Determine the different sound/spelling patterns of vowel digraphs at least 8 of 10 trials successfully Determine predicate nominatives in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials

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unit 20 lesson 7

Unit 20, Lesson 7

March 7, 2011

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W. A. L. T.
  • Determine vowel digraphs with at least 80% accuracy
  • Determine the different sound/spelling patterns of vowel digraphs at least 8 of 10 trials successfully
  • Determine predicate nominatives in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials
  • Determine direct objects in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials
  • Answer questions with 0-3 look backs
1 listening for word parts prefixes
1. Listening for Word Parts: Prefixes
  • 6. Exit
  • 7. Decay
  • 8. Relieve
  • 9. Predict
  • 10. Uncap
  • Explain
  • Decrease
  • Replay
  • Preheat
  • Untie
2 review prefixes and roots
2. Review: Prefixes and Roots
  • A prefix is a meaningful word part that can be added to the beginning of a root or base word
  • A root is a morpheme- a meaningful word part- to which a prefix can be added
  • Prefixes:
    • De-, ex-, pre-, re-, un-
  • Roots
    • Port, form, tract
2 review prefixes and roots1
2. Review: Prefixes and Roots
  • We will work on two pages at once
    • Workbook page R70 and R73
  • R70 
    • Label columns ex-, and de-
    • Find two examples for each suffix
  • R73 
    • Label columns port, form, tract
    • Choose two examples for each root
2 build it word with prefixes and roots
2. Build It: Word with Prefixes and Roots
  • Examples:

Port

Form

Tract

Export

Deform

Extract

Deport

Reform

Detract

Report

Perform

Retract

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Ex-

De-

Choose two examples for each prefix. Add them on the lines below.

Workbook Page R70

slide9

port

form

tract

Choose two examples for each root. Add them on the lines below.

Workbook Page R73

2 word fluency 4
2. Word Fluency 4
  • Please record your better of two trials on page
  • R42
  • Unit 20, Lesson 7
  • 3-7-11
3 focus on vocabulary
3. Focus on Vocabulary
  • Please turn to workbook page C24
  • Locate, read, find the definition, read the definition (luxurious, serene, indolently, jouncing, tentatively, exuberant)
  • We have to:
    • Clarify any of the words,
    • Clarify any of the definitions
3 use the clues
3. Use the Clues
  • Please turn to workbook page C25
    • Read lines 24-43
    • Follow the directions to determine the meaning of the phrases into the brake and onto the cement apron
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Workbook Page C25

Area of dead bushes and leaves

An area that is in front of the firehouse, made with cement.

3 use the clues1
3. Use the Clues
  • Please turn to workbook page C27
    • Read lines 87-94
    • Follow the directions to determine the meaning of the phrases peanut gallery
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Workbook Page C27

A person, or group of people that like to sit on the sideline and criticize or comment about what is happening in front of them.

3 expression of the day
3. Expression of the Day
  • Like two peas in a pod
  • Meaning: identical; alike in looks and behavior
  • Example:
    • Emma and her best friend, Elizabeth, were like two peas in a pod.
4 review suffixes ing ed
4. Review: Suffixes –ing, -ed
  • The present participle is formed by adding -ing to a verb.
    • Example:
      • Break + -ing = breaking
      • Throw + -ing = throwing
  • The past participle of many verbs is formed by adding –ed to a form of the verb.
    • Example:
      • Paint + -ed = painted
      • Report + -ed = reported
  • Both past and present participles can describe nouns; that is, then can function as adjectives
    • Example: a bouncing ball, his throwing arm, a painted house, a reported event
4 identify it functions of participles
4. Identify It: Functions of Participles
  • Please turn to workbook page C24
  • Read lines 1-71 of “A Game of Catch”
  • Look at the participle
    • Tell if it describes a noun or is part of the simple predicate
  • Examples:
    • Line 14: going
    • Line 106: mocking
    • Line 116: scrambling
    • Line 124: crackling
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Part of the simple predicate

Workbook Page C24

Workbook Page C28

Describes a noun

5 instructional text a game of catch
5. Instructional Text: “A Game of Catch”
  • What is the story about? Title?
  • Read the story
  • Focus on the main characters
  • Take notes:
    • Pay close attention to characters and their traits and evidence from the text that supports those traits
6 spotlight on characters
6. Spotlight on Characters
  • Use the Character Trait chart to help you
  • Character: a person, animal, or thing that takes part in a story
  • Trait: an attribute describing a character
  • EvidencefromtheText: examples of a character’s trait found in the text
    • In the Text: examples found directly from the text
    • Inferred: examples inferred from what was stated in the text
  • Explanation: explain how the evidence relates to the character’s trait
slide24

Scho seizes the opportunity to join the boys.

Glennie and Monk appear to be good ball players. Scho shows a fair amount of moxie to insert himself into the game.

When Glennie calls out hello, Scho crosses the street to where the boys are playing catch.

Glennie asks if Scho has his glove with him, and Scho responds with a suggestion that they could throw him some easy ones.

Scho

assertive

Scho

Scho climbs into the tree and begins jouncing and singing.

He announces that he can make the boys do anything he wants.

He is trying to get the boys’ attention. He’s trying different methods to be included, even if they are negative.

They don’t respond to him. He taunts them to get their attention. Usually when someone is being ignored, he or she doesn’t keep talking.

Annoyingly assertive