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One Good Turn Deserves Another Reading Street U2W5
Transcript of One Good Turn Deserves Another Reading Street U2W5
One Good Turn Deserves Another
Genre: Folk Tale
Vowel Patterns a, ai, ay
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.
Unit 2 Week 5
told by Judy Sierra
A folk tale is a story that has been handed down over many years. Folk Tales often have parts repeated. Conflicts, or the problems in the story, are often between people or animals that act like people.
Question of the Week:
How can we work together to solve a problem?
This week we will learn how to spell and read words
with the long a sound spelled a, ai, and ay.
at the back of
carried a thing or person
from another place
way to go in or out;
every person or each one
to say or mean that you will or will not do something
saying that you are sad about something
to keep on doing or trying
to do something
you make a decision or
solve a problem
struggle, fight, or problem
have the right to something
to feel sorry for yourself
when you gently talk someone into doing something
slope or slant that connects
two different levels
Compare and Contrast
When we tell how things are alike, we
. When we tell how things are different, we
Good readers use what they have read and
what they know about real life to
We can use a graphic organizer
eat the outside
grown in the
grown in the
or what owns something. To
show ownership, add an
apostrophe and s when the noun
) Add just an
apostrophe after the s when
the noun is
the turkey's tail
the cats' tails
CCSS L 2.2c
Use an apostrophe to form contractions and possessives.
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.
CCSS RL 2.2
Recount stories, including fables
and folk tales, and determine their
central message, lesson, or moral.
CCSS RL 2.9
Compare and contrast stories.
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.