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The Signmaker's Assistant Reading Street U5W5

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The Signmaker's Assistant
by Tedd Arnold
Unit 5 Week 5
Genre: Humorous Fiction
Humorous Fiction is a funny story
about imaginary people and events.
The events are exaggerated.
Question of the Week:

How can we be responsible when
we make a mistake?
As we read the story this week,
look for the funny things that
happen in the story.
Vowel Patterns aw, au, augh, al
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.

CCSS RF 2.3e
Identify words with inconsistent but
common spelling-sound correspondences.
In this picture we see a
hawk
.
The vowel sound you hear in

hawk
is spelled with
aw
.
In this picture we see an
audience
.
The vowel sound you hear in

audience
is spelled with
au
.
In this picture we see a
daughter
.
The vowel sound you hear in

daughter
is spelled
augh
.
In this picture we see
chalk
.
The vowel sound you hear in

chalk
is spelled with
al
.
This week we will learn to read and
spell words with consonant patterns
aw, au, augh, and al.
p
aw


au
to

c
augh
t
t
al
k
l
au
nch
dr
aw

s
au
ce
b
al
d
m
al
l
f
aw
n
t
augh
t
w
al
tz
appl
au
d
l
aw
n
s
au
cer
n
augh
ty
cr
aw
l
b
al
l
Spelling Words
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.

CCSS RF 2.3e
Identify words with inconsistent but
common spelling-sound correspondences.
draw because caught talk
thaw August taught walk
auto chalk
fault
launch

heard brought
Vocabulary Words
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
afternoon
the time of day between
noon and night
blame
to say that something is
someone's fault
idea
a thought or opinion
important
taken seriously
signmaker
someone who makes signs or public notices
that give information
townspeople
people who live in a town
Amazing Words
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.
apologize
say you are sorry
citizen
a member of a state or country
judgment
when people make decisions about
what is sensible
hoard
collect something and store it away
scold
speak to someone in an angry way for
something he/she did wrong
interrupt
stop someone who is talking or stop
something that is happening
protest
to show you do not agree
with something
troublemaker
someone who makes trouble
for others
Main Idea and Details
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.

CCSS RI 2.2
Identify the main topic of a multiparagraph
text as well as the focus of specific
paragraphs within the text.
The
main idea
is the most important
idea in a selection. A
main idea
is
often stated in a sentence within the
first or second paragraph. The
details

support the main idea.
Inferring
CCSS RI 2.1 and 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
infer
when they combine what
they know with clues in the text to figure out
more about the characters and events than
what is stated in the text. When you
infer
you use your
background knowledge
or

schema
--everything you already know about
a topic.
Contractions
CCSS L 2.2c
Use an apostrophe to form contractions
and frequently occurring possessives.
they are
they're
he is
he's
we will
we'll
I am
I'm
are not
aren't
you will
you'll
should not
shouldn't
do not
don't
he will
he'll
she is
she's
can not
can't
she will
she'll
did not
didn't
it is
it's
I have
I've
could not
couldn't
Suffixes
CCSS RF 2.3d
Decode words with common prefixes
and suffixes.

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)
A
suffix
is a word part added to the end
of a base word or root word and it
changes the meaning of the base word.
You can use the meaning of the
suffix
to
help you figure out the meaning of the
word.
Common Suffixes and Their Meanings

ly in a ____ way
ful full of____
less without
er someone who
or someone who
ish like ____ ; in a ____ way

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
care
less
without care
careless
care
less
without care
colorful
color
ful
full of color
childish
child
ish
like a child
slowly
slow
ly
in a slow way
singer
sing
er
someone who sings
inventor
invent
or
someone who invents
endless
end
less
without end
painful
pain
ful
full of pain
quickly
quick
ly
in a quick way
hiker
hik
er
someone who hikes
helpful
help
ful
full of help

cloudless
cloud
less
without clouds
boyish
boy
ish
like a boy
actor
act
or
someone who acts
cheerless
cheer
less
without cheer
swimmer
swimm
er
someone who swims
thoughtless
thought
less
without thought
fearful
fear
ful
full of fear
happily
happi
ly
in a happy way
visitor
visit
or
someone who visits
A
contraction
is a shortened form of
two words. The words are combined,
and one or more letters are replaced
by an
apostrophe
.
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