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Reading Street U1W2 What About Me?

Day 1-5 Whole Group
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Denise Glum

on 8 September 2016

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What About Me?
Day 1
Turn to pg. 56, 57.
What are the boy and girl in the
small picture trading?
They are also sharing their love of reading.
What might the two boys in the
big picture say to each other?
Bartering is one way someone can get something that is too expensive to buy with money.
Where was the last photo taken?
The farmer needs money to buy supplies,
and the people need food. In this way, people meet each other's needs.
This week we will read about how people trade chores, goods, and services to get what they want.
Amazing Words
Write this week's Amazing Words.
expensive
Listen to this week's Amazing Words
as I read this story.
In "The Story of Money," we learned that
people traded shells to buy EXPENSIVE things.
What are some expensive things?
What are some antonyms for the word "
expensive
"?
Phonics
Read these words.
bats terms
Today we will learn to read and spell
plural words that end in -s, -es, or -ies.
patches
Patches
is the plural form of
patch
.
I cover the -es ending and read the base word.
patches
I uncover and read the ending -es.
Then I put the two parts together to read...
plant
plants
inch
inches
mommy
mommies
Write these words and their plurals.
Read these words with me.
family
families
pocket
pockets
body
bodies
copy
copies
glass
glasses
pencil
pencils
wish
wishes
bunch
bunches
Turn to page 58.
Each word on this page has a
plural ending.
In the first word, I know that "y" was
changed to "i" before "es" was added.
With your group identify the base words
and endings on pg. 58.
Comprehension Skill
and Strategy
Sequence
is the order in which
the main events in the story happen-
what occurs first, next, then, and last.
Sometimes the author uses clue words like
first, next, then, last, in the morning, or yesterday.
When you
summarize
you tell the
important events in the order they happen.
Vocabulary
Read this word.
marketplace
We bought bread and fruit at the
marketplace
.
Is the
marketplace
a good place to shop?
Have you ever been to or seen a
marketplace
?
http://quizlet.com/_7q6m
Day 2
Read these sentences from "The Story of Money."
Reread these sentences from
The Story of Money
.

Sometimes a peddler would travel from village to village, bringing goods people needed. He would trade the pots from one village for the tools of another and then trade the tools for seeds.
Sometimes a peddler would travel from village to village, bringing goods people needed. He would trade the pots from one village for the tools of another and then trade the tools for seeds.

What is a
peddler
?
Sometimes a peddler would travel from village to village, bringing goods people needed. He would trade the pots from one village for the tools of another and then trade the tools for seeds.

Why did the people in the villages need peddlers?
Sometimes a peddler would travel from village to village, bringing goods people needed. He would trade the pots from one village for the tools of another and then trade the tools for seeds.

Why does the author tell what the peddler was trading?
What is the shortest version of these sentences you can make without changing the meaning?
Possible answer:
A peddler would travel between villages to trade goods people needed.
Amazing Words
permanent
How many syllables in
permanent
?
What does permanent mean?
Something that will last a long time.
Phonics
Plurals
-s, -es, -ies
These endings mean more than one of something.

More than one of something is called a
plural
.
Read these words after me.
list
boss
crash
party
supply
city
bean
bench
Now let's make these words plural.
Read these sentences.
The baby
foxes
were hiding in the
bushes
.
The
puppies
jumped on the
beds
.
We used
brushes
to groom our
cats
.
Read the following words on your own.
plants
inches
pennies
desks
wishes
bodies
pencils
brushes
parties
pockets
glasses
families
Vocabulary Skill
I see that
marketplace
is a compound word.
It is made up of two smaller words.
market
place
I know that a
market
is where
buying and selling happens.
A
place
is an area.
I see that
marketplace
is an area where
people buy and sell things.
Write
carpetmaker
and divide it
between the two smaller words.
Use the meaning of the two smaller words
to come up with a good definition for
carpetmaker
.
Read "At the Market" on pg. 63,
and write any compound words you see.
Reader and Writer Workbook
(to be used with ActivBoard)
Day 3
Echo read these sentences.
Read these sentences from the story silently.

When he arrived, he bowed and said, "Grand Master,
you are wise. How may I gain a little bit of your knowledge?"
When he arrived, he bowed and said, "Grand Master, you are
wise
. How may I gain a little bit of your knowledge?"

What does
wise
mean?
having knowledge and showing good judgement
What are some synonyms for the word "wise"?
smart, intelligent
What does knowledge mean?
things you know
Replace the words in this sentence,
without changing the meaning.
"Grand Master, you are _______. How may I gain a little bit of your _________?"
Amazing Words
wilt
After being yelled at by the PE teacher for going up the slide, he felt like
wilting
.
to wilt is to feel weak, or less sure of oneself,
to droop
2. When a picked flower doesn't get water, it
wilts.

what happens to an unwatered flower?
Was there ever a time when you felt like wilting?
What happened?
Phonics
-s
-es
-ies
Now we are going to sort words by there plural ending.
pockets
pockets
pennies
pennies
inches
inches
pencils
pencils
bunches
bunches
families
families
Read these words.
dishes
chairs
candies
drills
cherries
taxes
Day 4
Let's read the Grand Master's first moral.
Some of the most precious gifts we receive are those we receive when we are giving.
What does precious mean?
of great value; greatly loved or treasured
What are some synonyms for the word "precious"?
valuable
cherished
What are some antonyms for the word "precious"?
worthless
What does "receive" mean?
to get something; to be given something
What are some antonyms for "receive"?
give, donate, provide
What does Grand Master's first moral mean?
Amazing Words
Write this word.
mania
His
mania
for the Magic was obvious in his bedroom decorations - there was Magic stuff EVERYWHERE!.
A
mania
is an interest in something that gets to
be too much and out of control.
If there was a mania for buying a certain product, how do you think people might act?
Phonics
If you expect success, you will get it.
What words have the vc/cv pattern?
Rewrite the words and divide them into syllables.
Draw this chart.
vc/cv word
divide into syllables
sound of first vowel
challenge
chal/lenge
/a/
splendid
splen/did
/e/
intact
in/tact
/i/
confess
con/fess
/o/
Fluent Reading
midway
helpless
misdeeds
fearless
Read these words.
thankless
tomorrow
fish
laugh
whatever
misbehave
eagerness
mistakes
darkness
useless
midstream
because
Practice Books
Day 5
Question of the Week

What can we learn by trading with one another?
"I'll make you a deal. I'll trade you two of this for one of that."
at a farmers' market
Let's get out our reading composition book and turn to the section titled "Concept Maps".
something that cost a lot
I bought my mother an
expensive
necklace for her birthday.
What do you need to buy something that is
expensive
?

How can you tell an item in a store is
expensive
?
trade one thing for another
barter
The children like to
barter
their extra Pokemon cards at garage sales.
How many syllables are in the word
barter
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
worthless
something that has little or no value
This baseball card is
worthless
because too many of the same kind were made.
What's the base word of
worthless
?

What's the suffix?
peddler
someone who goes from place to place selling things
The
peddler
traveled the country selling spices from his wagon.
What's the base word of
peddler
?

What's the suffix?
Let's listen to "The Story of Money" and if you hear an Amazing Word, put a check next to it in your reading composition book.
Plurals are when you have more than one of something.

If you only have one, it is called a singular.
Most of the time, you form a plural by adding -s to the base word.
However, if a word ends in -s, -x, -ch, or -sh, you must add -es to make it plural.
If a word ends in a consonant + y, you have to change the y to i and add -es to make it plural.
I was not able to wash off the
permanent
marker I got on my dress.
obvious
easy to understand or see
It is
obvious
that a tiger would not make a good house pet.
How many syllables in
obvious
?
benches
lists
beans
bosses
crash
cities
supplies
parties

How many syllables in
expensive
?
How many syllables are in the word
worthless
?

Where would you divide it?
Vocabulary
carpenter
someone whose work is building and repairing things made of wood
My mom hired a
carpenter
to build a book case in my room.
carpetmaker
person who makes carpets and rugs for floors
The
carpetmaker
wove a rug from beautifully dyed yarns.
knowledge
what you know
To get your driver's license, you take a test that shows your
knowledge
of traffic laws.
marketplace
place where people meet to buy and sell goods
There were many people at the
marketplace shopping for food, flowers, clothing and other things
.
merchant
someone who buys and sells goods for a living
The
merchant
set up a stall at the marketplace to sell his vegetables.
plenty
a full supply
Our classroom has
plenty
of books in our reading corner.
straying
wandering, roaming
The shepherd saw the little lamb
straying
from the herd.
thread
thin string made of strands of cotton, wool,s silk or nylon spun and twisted together
My mom hemmed my pants with a needle and
thread
.
Concept Question: What can we learn by trading with one another?
How many syllables in
wilt?
lovely
Write this word silently.
Something very pretty
The roses are
lovely.

How many syllables in
lovely
?

Where would you break it into syllables?
How many syllables are in
mania
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
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