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Rewards lesson 1
Transcript of Rewards lesson 1
I will say the words with the syllables separated
Please , correct me if I'm wrong...
Short A and long A
Rewards Lessons 1
Tor na do
re con sid er
com pre hend
pro fes sion al
Some times, even the best readers have a hard time reading multisyllabic words.
During this time, we will be learning an attack plan for reading long words.
We will be able to decode words such as:
Incredible, descriptive, and unconventionally
The letter A...
The letter A has two sounds...
Sound A and Name a
Sound A sounds like.......
Name A sounds like........
VOWEL LETTERS: A E I O U and sometimes Y
When vowels are combines, they change the sound of letters!
Say the words using what you learned
1. pathway waist mainland
2. maintain midday rapid
3. flashback haystack milkman
4. railway cabin claim
5. pigtail midway madman
1. Underline the vowels (a e i o u y)
2. Loop the word parts. Example :
Have you met Mrs. Gerlitz's
When we were on vacation, we stayed in a
The boy was very
steered the boat to the dock.
When I hold a book over a table, I am holding it
Where do prefixes come in a word?
1. misfit dash abstract
2. mainsail misplay addict
3. mishap disband disclaim
4. mislay mint distract
5. admit display miscast
6. aim abstain dismay
7. distant misprint backspin
FOR THE 10 SECOND RAPID READ
1. Read as many words as you can out loud in ten seconds.
2. Have your partner keep track of how many words you read correctly
Circle the prefixes you see that we just talked about
* is the name a
A. Someone who does
in in with the rest of the group; a person whose looks, ideas or behavior are quite different from a certain group
B. To do the opposite of
to give up a claim
C. A word or phrase that
, a printing error
mis= wrongly, wrong, not
dis= not, opposite of
1. Say the whole word
2. Say the word parts
3. Say the whole word again
4. Write the word
Activity J: Spelling dictation
Check your work
1. admit 2.miscast
Activity K: Illustrated Academic Vocabulary
Distract - (verb) If someone or something distracts you, they take your attention away from what you are doing
Admit- (verb) If you admit that something bad or embarrassing is true, you agree, often unwillingly, that it is true.
She is trying to distract him by being loud.
The puppy admitted that he broke the pot, and he said, "Sorry!"