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Fire Fighter! Reading Street U5W1

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Fire Fighter!
by Angela Royston
Unit 5 Week 1
Genre: Literary Nonfiction
Literary nonfiction tells about a true
event or a series of events like a story.
Question of the Week:

Why should we be responsible for
doing a good job?
This week we will read about true
events in a typical day in the life
of a firefighter.
Suffixes -ly -ful -er -or -ish
A
suffix
is a word part added to
the end of a base word or root
word. A
suffix
changes the
meaning of the word. Thinking
about the meaning of the base
word and the
suffix
can help
you figure out the meaning of
the word.
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

CCSS L 2.4c
Use a known root word as a clue to
the meaning of an unknown word
with the same root (e.g. addition,
additional).
Common Suffixes and Their Meanings

ly in a _______ way
ful full of ________
er someone who
or someone who
ish like _________
loud
ly
in a loud way
cheer
ful
full of cheer
teach
er
someone who teaches
sail
or
someone who sails
green
ish
like green
closely
close
ly
in a close way

helpful
help
ful
full of help
inventor
invent
or
someone who invents
sheepish
sheep
ish
like a sheep
neatly
neat
ly
in a neat way
playful
play
ful
full of play
winner
winn
er
someone who wins
visitor
visit
or
someone who visits
boyish
boy
ish
like a boy
hiker
hik
er
someone who hikes
sloppily
sloppi
ly
in a sloppy way
Spelling Words
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

CCSS L 2.4c
Use a known root word as a clue to
the meaning of an unknown word
with the same root (e.g. addition/
additional).
slowly teacher visitor cheerful
weekly helper sailor graceful
hardly fighter beautiful
yearly
quickly

neighbor
Fact and Opinion
CCSS RI 2.1
Ask and answer such questions as who, what,
where, when, why, and how to demonstate
understanding of key details in text.
A statement of
fact
can be proven true
or false by checking a book, looking
online, or asking someone who knows.

Example:
George Washington was the first
president of the United States.
A statement of
opinion
tells someone's
feelings or ideas and cannot be proven
true or false.

Clue words such as best and should
often show opinions.

Example:
Christmas is the best holiday.
Vocabulary Words
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
building
a place with walls and a roof
burning
on fire
masks
coverings for the face
quickly
in a fast way
roar
a loud, deep noise
station
a building where a service
takes place
tightly
fitting in a close way
Amazing Words
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through conversations,
reading and being read to, and responding to texts.
community
all the people who live
around you
responsible
do a job or take charge of something
that others are counting on
teamwork
working together to get
something done
operation
when a doctor or a vet opens
the body to fix something
instrument
any tool used by doctors or vets
to help them in their job
caretaker
a person who makes sure that everything
on the inside and outside of a building is
clean and in working order
lug
drag or pull something that
is very heavy or clumsy
supplies
things that you need to do a
particular activity
Important Ideas
CCSS RI 2.1
Ask and answer such questions as who, what,
where, when, why, and how to demonstrate
understanding of key details in a text.
Good readers always watch for
important
ideas
.
Important ideas
can help you
understand a story. Look for
important
ideas
as you read. Sometimes pictures
or captions have
important ideas
. Titles
can have
important ideas
too.
Pronouns
CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions of
standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
A noun names a person, place, animal, or
thing. A
pronoun
is a word that can take
the place of a noun or nouns. When you use
a
pronoun
, the meaning of the sentence
stays the same. He, she, it, we, you, and they
are
pronouns
.

The boy
was playing in the park.

What is the pronoun that can
take the place of
the boy
?
He
is
the pronoun.


He
was playing in the park.

The girl
was playing loudly.

What is the pronoun that
can take the place of
the
girl
?

The girl
was playing loudly.


She
was playing loudly.

The children
read books.

What is the pronoun that
can take the place of

the children
?

The children
read books.


They
read books.

My mom and I
went to the store.

What is the pronoun that can
take the place of
my mom and I
?


My mom and I
went to the store.


We
went to the store.
The cat wanted to play with
the toy
.

What is the pronoun that can take
the place of
the toy
?
The cat wanted to play with
the toy
.

The cat wanted to play with
it
.
Firefighter Videos
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