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The First Tortilla Reading Street U4W5

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The First Tortilla
by Rudolfo Anaya
Unit 4 Week 5
Genre: Legend
A legend is an old story that tells
about the great deeds of a hero.
Question of the Week:

How do changes in the
weather affect us?

This week we will read a story
about how a young girl becomes
a hero in her village.

Vowel Digraphs oo, ue, ew, ui
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences
for common vowel teams.
In this picture we see the
moon
.

What vowel sound do you hear
in
moon
?

What letters make the vowel
sound you hear in
moon
?

In this picture we see a bottle
of
glue
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in
glue
?

What letters make the vowel
sound you hear in
glue
?
In this picture we see a
newt
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in
newt
?

What letters make the vowel
sound in
newt
?

In this picture we see
fruit
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in
fruit
?

What letters make the vowel
sound in
fruit
?
This week we will learn to read
and spell words with the vowel
digraphs
oo
,
ue
,
ew
, and
ui
.
z
oo

sp
oo
n

cl
ue

st
ew

honeyd
ew

s
ui
tcase
br
oo
m
g
oo
se
T
ue
sday
t
oo
th
j
ew
el
j
ui
ce
p
oo
l
bl
ue
berries
shamp
oo

The car is red.
T or F
tr
ue

gr
ew

br
ui
se
r
oo
m
n
oo
n
bl
ue

cash
ew

y
ew

s
ui
t
scr
ew

t
oo
l
thr
ew

cr
ui
se
Spelling Words
CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences
for common vowel teams.

CCSS RF 2.3e
Identify words with inconsistent but
common spelling-sound
correspondences.
too new fruit blue
fool drew suit true
spoon flew juice clue

know won't
Vocabulary Words
CCSS RF 2.3f
Know and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.

awaken

stop sleeping
cliffs
steep rock faces, like those
at the edge of the sea
mountain
a high steep hill that is
often rocky
prize
something given to someone
as a reward
rainbow
a display of many colors
suffer
to experience something
bad or unpleasant
volcano
a cone-shaped mountain with a hole
in the top that sends out melted rock
and gases
Amazing Words
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.
condition
the way something is
or someone is
predict
to tell what will happen before
it happens; guess
terrifying
frightening
breeze
a light, gentle wind
whip
to move or pull something quickly
sparkle
shine or glitter in the light
funnel
an object with a wide top and a tube
at the bottom that is used to pour
substances into a container
swirl
move along in a twisting way
Plot and Theme
CCSS RL 2.2
Recount stories, including fables and
folktales from diverse cultures, and
determine their central message,
lesson, or moral.

CCSS RL 2.1
Ask and answer questions such as who,
what, when, where, why, or how to
demonstrate understanding of key
details in a text.

CCSS RL 2.5
Describe the overall structure of a story,
including describing how the beginning
introduces the story and the ending
concludes the action.
The
plot
is what happens in the beginning,
middle, and end of a story. A story's
theme

is the "big idea" that the author wants the
reader to learn from the story. This can be
a moral lesson. Good readers pay attention
to the
plot
to help them deepen their
understanding of the text.
Monitor and Clarify
CCSS RL 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 monitor their understanding
of the text. If the text is not making sense,
good readers ask questions about anything
they don't understand and they reread to
find answers to their questions.
Adverbs That Tell How
CCSS L 2.1e
Use adjectives and adverbs, and choose
between them depending on what is to
be modified.
An
adverb
is a word that tells more about
a verb. An
adverb
can tell
how
an action
is done.
Adverbs
that tell
how
usually
end in -
ly
.
Prefixes
CCSS L 2.4b
Determine the meaning of the new word
formed when a known prefix is added to
a known word (e.g., happy/unhappy,
tell/retell).
A
prefix
is a word part added to the
beginning of a word to change its
meaning or to make another word.
Knowing the meaning of a
prefix
can sometimes help you figure out
the meaning of a word you don't
know.
Common Prefixes and Their Meanings

re- again
un- not; the opposite of
dis- not; the opposite of
pre- before

re
read read again

dis
trust not trust

un
covered not covered

pre
pay pay before
rewrite

re
write write again
disagree

dis
agree not agree
unable

un
able not able

pre
view view before
preview
restart

re
start start again
retell

re
tell tell again
dishonest

dis
honest not honest
unafraid

un
afraid not afraid
precook

pre
cook cook before
disobey

dis
obey not obey
remake

re
make make again
disapprove

dis
approve not approve
unwise

un
wise not wise
pretest

pre
test test before
unclear

un
clear not clear
refill

re
fill fill again
uneven

un
even not even
reheat

re
heat heat again
disallow

dis
allow not allow
unkind

un
kind not kind
preheat

pre
heat heat before
unlucky

un
lucky not lucky
redo

re
do do again
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