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U5W3 "Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong"

Reading Street Days 1-3
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Carla Wheeler

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Transcript of U5W3 "Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong"

Vocabulary
Comprehension Skill
Phonics
Grammar
The End
Luke Bergeson
University Place Elem
lukebergeson@gmail.com
www.mrbergeson.wordpress.com
follow us @mrbsclass1
homesick
memories
farewell
delicious
curious
described
raindrops
airport
an area used regularly by
aircraft to land and take off
eager to find out or learn new things
very pleasing or satisfying;
delightful, especially to the
taste or smell
told in words or writing how someone looks, feels, or acts
good-bye
very sad because you
are far away from home
persons, things, or events
that you can remember
the water that falls in
drops from the clouds
Sequence of Events
The sequence of a story is the
order in which events happen.
Clue words, such as
first
,
next
,
then
,
and
finally
, are often used to signal the
sequence of events.
Dates
and
times
can
also be clues. Sometimes, no clue words
are used at all.
First
Next
Then
Finally
Let's watch the story of
"The Three Little Pigs" and
practice sequence of events.
The wolf blew down the
house made of hay.
The wolf blew down the
house made of sticks.
The wolf tried to blow down
the house made of bricks.
The wolf burned his tail on the
soup and ran away from the pigs.
The taxi
slowly
pulled
away
.
Adverbs
An adverb is a word that can tell
how
,
when
,
or
where
something happens.
Adverb that tells how.
Adverb that tells where.
Many adverbs end in...
Why is it hard to adapt to a new culture?
Turn to pg. 254
If someone is new to America, what difficulties might the person have with a subway map?
They might not know how to read it.
When you go to a new county, it might be hard to communicate with people. Let's add communication to our concept map.
What forms of transportation are the children using?
Depending on where you live, there are different customs, or ways of doing things. Let's add customs to our concept map.
What kinds places do you see in the photos?
Different countries have different climates. Let's add climates to our concept map.
Amazing Words
native
homeland
aspect
advantage
sponsor
habit
impolite
manner
conscious
insult
Vowel pattern: /o/
Today you will learn how to decode words with the sound /o/ spelled a, au, aw, al, augh, ough.
law
In this word, the letters aw stand for the /o/ sound.
chalk
In this word the letters
al
make the /o/ sound.
Group Practice
awe
daughter
scald
stalk
fault
raw
haunt
pause
recall
thought
launch
awkward
Reader's Writer's Notebook
Let's Practice It
Turn to pg. 258
With your partner, read the story " Moving Day". Think about the order of the events that happened in the story.
Day 2
Why is it hard to adapt to a new culture?
Still, Oscar felt that it could never replace the forests and woodlands of his native homeland. No new friends would ever take place of his friends back home.
What does native mean?
where a person is born
What does homeland mean?
the state or country where a person is born
Phonics
Vowel pattern: /o/
a, au, aw, al, augh, ough
draw
always
brought
because
almost
false
taught
talking
Sentence Reading: A's then B's
I feel awful about the way I treated you.
The recipe calls for one stalk of celery.
My daughter thought our new walkway looked nice.
Fluent Word Reading
stall
disturb
auburn
paw
worm
curl
haul
earl
astronaut
Vocabulary Skill
Compound Words
Compound words are made up of two smaller words. The smaller words can help you determine the word's meaning.
Turn to pg. 261.
Read " How to Do a Move" with your shoulder partner.
Comprehension
This week's story:
Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong
Genre:
Realistic Fiction
Turn to pg. 262
made-up story with characters, setting, and events that seem real
Purpose for reading:
To gain knowledge of the difficulties of adapting to a new culture
Conventions
Adverbs
Day 3
Read the following:

I was eight years old, old enough to keep many lovely memories of my birth-place alive in my heart forever. But one very sad memory stays with me too. The day I cried, "Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong!"
What are memories?
things a person remembers
What context clues help you understand the meaning of memories?
the words lovely, alive in my heart forever, one very sad, stays with me too
What does Jangmi mean when she says that she will keep many lovely memories of her birthplace "alive in my heart forever"?
She means she will never forget what she remembers of her birthplace.
Phonics
Now we are going to sort words.
Copy the following chart.
a
au
aw
al
augh
ough
Now sort these words:

recall stalk thought pause
fault awkward daughter scald
haunt raw caught awe
Answer Key:
a
au
aw
al
augh
ough
stalk
pause
fault
haunt
awe
raw
awkward
recall
scald
caught
daughter
thought
Comprehension
Turn to page 262

Read "Good-By 382 Shin Dang Dong with your shoulder partner.

Then, complete the Scavenger Hunt.
B's will read first and do odd numbered problems. A's read second and do even numbered problems.

Research and Study Skills
An atlas is a book of maps.

Atlases contain information on specific regions such as road maps of cities, landmarks, and features.

There are many types of atlases.
Every map includes a legend.

The legend features a compass rose that shows directions.

Most maps show north at the top.

The legend also includes a scale. A scale shows distance on the map.
A map includes various symbols, colors, and shapes to help you differentiate between various things.

Dots and stars are often used to indicate cities.

Blue is used to indicate bodies of water, such as oceans, lakes and rivers.
The size and styles of print used for names is important.

Usually, the larger type size is used for bigger cities.
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