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Dear Juno Reading Street U3W2

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Transcript of Dear Juno Reading Street U3W2

Dear Juno
Unit 3 Week 2
Genre: Realistic Fiction
by Soyung Pak
Realistic Fiction tells about
made-up events that could
happen in real life.
Question of the Week:

In what creative ways
do we communicate?
This week we will read about a boy
who finds a creative way to write
to his grandmother.
Vowel Patterns o, oa, ow

CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

CCSS RF 2.3a
Distinguish long and short vowels
when reading regularly spelled
one-syllable words.

CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences for
common vowel teams.

CCSS RF 2.3c
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable
words with long vowels.

CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade appropriate
irregularly spelled words.

n
o
s
oa
p

sn
ow

g
o

b
oa
t


gr
ow

elb
ow

h
o
tel


t
oa
d


m
ow
gh
o
st

c
oa
t

Spelling Words

CCSS RF 2.3a
Distinguish between long and short
vowels when reading regularly
spelled one-syllable words.

CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences
for common vowel teams.

CCSS RF 2.3c
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable
words with long vowels.


hold goat show answer
most float bowl school
ago toast slow
open toad
told

Vocabulary Words
answer
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
words said or written in
return to a question
company
a group of people
faraway
a long way from
something
parents
father and mother
picture
a drawing or painting
school
a place to teach
or learn
wash
to make clean
This week we will learn to
read and spell long o words
spelled with o, oa, and ow.
Amazing Words

CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.

correspond
to exchange letters
with someone
postage
money paid to mail
a letter or package
transport
to carry from one place
to another
cove
a small part of a sea or lake
that is sheltered and nearly
surrounded by land
footprint
a mark made by a foot
deaf
not able to hear or not
able to hear well
imitate
try to be like a
person or thing
sign language
a way of talking by making
signs with your hands
Draw Conclusions

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

CCSS RL 2. 3
Describe how characters in a story respond
to major events and challenges.

CCSS RL 2.7
Use information gained from the illustrations
and words in a print or digital text to
demonstrate understanding of its
characters, setting, or plot.


When we
draw conclusions
, we use what we
already know and the details in the text to
figure out more about the characters and
the events. Good readers ask themselves if
what they are
concluding
about the characters,
events, and author's point makes sense.

Visualizing
When we
visualize
we form pictures
in our minds about what happens in
a story or article.

Make a picture, make a picture,
Make a picture in your mind.
When you're reading it should be
Like a movie in your mind.
This is called visualizing.
It helps you comprehend.
You will know the story then and
be a better reader. OH!
Make a picture, make a picture,
Make a picture in your mind.
When you're reading it should be
Like a movie in your mind.

Verbs with
Singular and Plural Nouns


CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English grammar and usage
when writing or speaking.


The subject and the verb in a sentence
must work together, or agree. Add -s to
a verb to tell what one person, animal,
or thing does. Do not add -s to a verb
that tells what two or more people,
animals, or things do.



Examples:

The
girl
walk
s
in the hall.
The
rabbit
hop
s
in the garden.
The
bell
ring
s
loudly.


These nouns are

singular
so the
verbs have an s at the end.

The
girls
walk in the hall.
The
rabbits
hop in the garden.
The
bells
ring loudly.


These nouns are

plural

so the
verbs do not have an s at the
end.
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