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  1. Why are some changes difficult?

  2. Small Group Timer

  3. Online Games

  4. I Like Where I Am

  5. I Like Where I Am

  6. I Like Where I Am

  7. I Like Where I Am

  8. Big Question:Why are some changes difficult? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  9. I Like Where I AmMonday

  10. I Like Where I AmMonday

  11. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Dipthongs: oi, oy • Plot and Theme • Summarize • Adverbs that Tell When and Where

  12. adjust • ad – just • When you get used to a new situation, you adjust to it. • When you change or move something to make it fit or make it better, you adjust it. • The children will soon adjust to their new school. • We’ll have to adjust to the snowy weather. • Please adjust the position of the TV so we can see it.

  13. landmark • land - mark • A landmark can be any natural or human-made feature such as a building, a statue, a bridge, or a tree that identifies a location and can serve as a guide for directions. • The Great Salt Lake is a landmark in Utah. • Fisherman’s Wharf is a landmark in San Francisco. • The Empire State Building is a New York City landmark. (next word)

  14. Great Salt Lake Utah

  15. Fisherman’s Wharf

  16. Empire State Building

  17. unexpected • un – ex – pect - ed • Something that comes as a surprise or something you do not think will happen is unexpected. • The rainstorm was unexpected. • We had unexpected company yesterday. • The surprise party was unexpected.

  18. Click to listen to a song about moving to a new place.

  19. Dipthongs: oi, oy • south - cow • What do you know about reading these words? • The vowels ou and ow can stand for the sound /ou/. • Today we will study vowels oi and oy and the sound they can stand for.

  20. oil • The letters oi and oy stand for the dipthong /oi/. In a dipthong, each vowel contributes to the sound heard. • boil • coin • join • choice • noise • spoil • boy • joy • enjoy • royal • cowboy

  21. Dipthongs: oi, oy • oil • coil • The letters oi stand for the sound /oi/ in oil and coil. • boy • The letters oy stand for the sound /oi/ in boy.

  22. point loyal foil joy moist destroy broil spoil toy hoist voyage joint voice enjoy Dipthongs: oi, oy

  23. Making Words a, e, i, o j, n, p, t, y

  24. soil oyster spoil coin soy cloud boil employ scout join annoy loyal choice royal mouse Dipthongs: oi, oy

  25. I Like Where I Am

  26. Word Family Word – guess(online dictionary)

  27. Word Family Word – guess bless chess mess dress BessTruman

  28. Word Family Word – hand(online dictionary)

  29. Word Family Word – hand brand band land gland sand Grand Canyon stand grand strand

  30. Theme and Plot & Summarize • Good readers pay attention to what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story. • They also think about the “Big idea” behind the story as they read

  31. Theme and Plot & Summarize • Theme is the “big idea” a story is about. • Plot is what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story. • A summary is a short retelling of a story. • We can summarize what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of a story to help understand and remember what we read.

  32. Daily Fix-It i wipd my hands on the cloh I wiped my hands on the cloth. the childrin yelled with joy. The children yelled with joy.

  33. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • Adverbs tell more about a verb. • Some adverbs show when or where. • School begins tomorrow. • Tomorrow tell when. • I will be a a new student there. • There tells where.

  34. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday.

  35. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when)

  36. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys.

  37. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when)

  38. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs.

  39. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where)

  40. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where) • The moving van is parked outside.

  41. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where) • The moving van is parked outside. (where)

  42. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where) • The moving van is parked outside. (where) • Soon we will go to a new house.

  43. Adverbs that Tell When and Where • I packed my books yesterday. (when) • Now I am packing my toys. (when) • The movers carry boxes downstairs. (where) • The moving van is parked outside. (where) • Soon we will go to a new house. (when)

  44. Wrap Up Your Day! • Vowel dipthong oi, oy • Plot and Theme • Let’s Talk About It • Tomorrow we will read about a boy who has to move.

  45. I Like Where I AmMonday

  46. I Like Where I AmTuesday

  47. I Like Where I AmTuesday

  48. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Dipthongs: oi, oy • Vocabulary Words • High-Frequency Words • Multiple-Meaning Words • Context Clues • Adverbs that Tell When and Where