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Reading Street U2W1 Penguin Chick

U2W1 Day 1-4 Common Core for "Penguin Chick" to be used with teacher's edition.
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Denise Glum

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Question of the Week

How do the structures of plants and animals help them solve problems?
What body parts do predatory animals, those that hunt for other animals, have that help them catch their prey?
How does a cactus survive in a dry climate?
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.
inhospitable
refuge
flourish
absorb
Listen for these words as I read "Living in the Desert." If you hear one, put a check next to it.
The desert can seem like an inhospitable place to live. What features make the desert seem inhospitable?
Would the moon be considered inhospitable to most people?
Phonics
butter
Today you will learn how to read two-syllable words that have only one consonant in the middle.
seven
pilot
broken
silent
salad
tulip
rapid
frozen
music
camel
female
panic
final
lemon
Comprehension
Read "The Coldest Continent" on pg. 205.
When I read, I ask myself what this paragraph is about. I read that ice covers the whole land, in some places the ice is almost three miles thick. These are supporting details.
The main idea is that Antarctica is covered with ice.
Vocabulary
http://quizlet.com/_40oa0
Readers Writers Notebook
Let's Practice It
Day 2
Phonics this week:

Vowel/ Consonant Vowel
V/CV

Vowel Consonant/ Vowel
VC/V
This week's skill:

Main Idea and Details
Grammar
This week:

Common and Proper Nouns
Question of the Week?

How do structures of plants and animals help them solve problems?
Read these sentences from "Living in the Desert".

The blazing sun beats down on the sand, and rains falls rarely or not at all. So, how can anything live in such a inhospitable place?
What does
inhospitable
mean?


What are some synonyms for
inhospitable
?
Amazing Words
predatory
Let's add to our concept maps.
Phonics
final
wagon
fever
finish
panel
menu
motor
spider
frozen
With your shoulder partner read these sentences:

The roast for dinner was still frozen.
The robot could play loud music too.
Mom used a lemon to make salad dressing.
Vocabulary
Skill:

Synonyms
Synonyms- words that have the same or similar meaning
Read pg. 207 "Penguins are Birds."

Use context clues and synonyms to help you understand unfamiliar words.
Tina looked at the picture on the wall. The image of the sailboat was her favorite.
Think aloud:

Looking at other words in the first and second sentences can help me determine the meaning of image. The first sentence has a
synonym
, or word that means about the same, for
image- picture
. When Tina is looking at an
image
of a sailboat, she is looking at a
picture
.
Turn to pg. 208 to begin this week's reading.
Day 3
How do the structures of plants and animals help them solve problems?
For two months the penguin father always keeps the egg on his feet. When he walks, he shuffles his feet so the egg doesn't roll away. He sleeps standing up.
How does the penguin father protect the egg?

What does the word shuffle mean?

What are some synonyms for shuffle?
Amazing Words
reinforce
We have been reading about how the mother and father penguin reinforce each other by working together to take care of the chick.
Why is it important for penguins to reinforce each other?

How does the father reinforce the mother?
Phonics
Let's sort long and short vowels!
pilot
broken
seven
salad
tulip
frozen
music
camel
panic
female
final
lemon
rapid
panic
table

Day 4
Question of the Week

How do the structures of plants and animals help them solve problems?
Read this sentence from the story
Penguin Chick
.

He swims, flapping his flippers as if he were flying underwater.
Alliteration is the repetition of a sound in a group of words. Which words in the sentence begin with the same sounds?

He swims, flapping his flippers as if he were flying underwater.
flapping, flippers, flying
What are other words that begin with the same sound as flapping, flippers, and flying?
Amazing Words
vibration
When the penguin father uses his trumpet voice to talk to the chick, his voice makes a vibration in the air that creates the sound.
Vibration means "a quick and shaky motion or movement."
How does plucking a guitar string show vibration?

What other things can produce a vibration?
Let's add to our concept map!
Phonics
Last week you studied different spellings for /ou/ and /oi/. Read these words:
pounce
amount
mouse
tower
crown
spoil
noisy
avoid
boy
enjoy
What letters can stand for /ou/?
ou and ow
What letters can stand for /oi/?
oi and oy
/ou/
/oi/
Read each word. Listen for the vowel sound. If you hear /ou/, the word goes in the first column. If you hear /oi/, the word goes in the second column. Remember that the letters ou and ow stand for /ou/, and the letters oi and oy stand for /oi/.
broil
frown
loyal
chowder
toy
house
soil
bounce
broil
loyal
toy
soil
frown
chowder
house
bounce
Fluent Word Reading
keep
using
snow
hopping
boxes
train
the
again
wished
was
throat
seat
of
younger
papers
what
today
biggest
bunnies
come
chasing
quotable
liked
taping
erasable
Read these sentences:
Grandpa wished that he was younger.
Keep your ticket to get a seat on the train.
What are you using for your sore throat?
The biggest pile of papers and boxes was moved today.
Come see the three bunnies hopping in the snow again.
Each member of the winning team will be getting a medal.
Science in Reading
What we read is structured differently depending on the author's reasons for writing and what kind of information the author wants to tell you.
The text we will read today is a photo essay.
A photo essay is a collection of photographs on one theme, with written explanations of different lengths. The explanations can range from short captions to longer expository or narrative writing.
Text Feature
How it Helps
Photos
Shows what the author is talking about
Boldface Print
Signals a defined word
Headings
Tells what a section is about
Turn to page 226-227
Turn to pp. 200, 201 in your book.

Look closely at each of the photos.
Predatory animals can have sharp teeth, claws, and strong legs.
It can store water.
It is able to absorb and store water to survive the inhospitable climate.
Let's get out our reading composition books and turn to the section titled Concept Maps. Write your heading at the top of the next blank page.
uncomfortable, difficult to survive in
The desert can seem like an
inhospitable
place to live.
Would you consider the moon to be
inhospitable
?
How many syllables in
inhospitable
?
a shelter or protection from danger
The campers took
refuge
in an abandoned cave.
If you were in your house during a tornado, where would you go for
refuge
?
How many syllables in the word
refuge
?
to grow strong and well
Some plants need a lot of light to
flourish
and grow tall.
What things do you need to
flourish
?
How many syllables in the word
flourish
?
to soak up
A paper towel will
absorb
a lot of liquid.
Name something else that can
absorb
.
How many syllables are in the word
absorb
?
Now turn to the section titled, "Amazing Words."
bu
tt
er

You already know that when two consonants are together in the middle of a word, as in
butter
, you divide the word into syllables between the consonants.
Seven
is a two syllable word with just one consonant in the middle.
Identify the vowel consonant pattern in

seven.
If the syllable ends after the first vowel, the vowel sound is long.
If the syllable ends after the consonant, the first vowel makes a short vowel sound.
V/CV <---- long vowel sound

VC/V <---- short vowel sound
Now turn to p. 204 to practice reading more words with the V/CV and VC/V patterns.
Turn to p. 204 and let's read about Main Idea and Details.
Let's get out our language composition book and turn to the first blank page and head it for a spelling pretest.
What does the author mean by "the blazing sun beats down on the sand"?
How could a blazing hot sun cause a place to become
inhospitable
?
Read and write this word.
preying on other animals for food
What kinds of
predatory
animals might live in a desert?
How many syllables in
predatory
?
brace
to hold it steady and support it
She had to
brace
herself against the house when climbing the ladder.
How would you
brace
yourself while playing tug-of-war?

saliva
Why do you think the author chose to use these words?
A quick and shaky motion or movement
When the penguin father uses his trumpet voice to talk to the chick, his voice makes a
vibration
in the air that creates a sound.
How does plucking a guitar string show
vibration
?
What is the root word (or base word) of
vibration
?
earthen
made of earth , soil or baked clay
Many people use
earthen
pots to cook.
What's the root word (base word) of
earthen
?
cuddles
lies close and comfortably
flippers
broad, flat body parts used for swimming by animals such as seals and penguins
frozen
hardened with cold; turned to ice
hatch
to come out of an egg
strikes with a beak
pecks
preen
to smooth and arrange feathers with a beak
snuggles
lies closely and comfortably; cuddles
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