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Bad Dog, Dodger! Reading Street U5W3

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Bad Dog, Dodger!
by Barbara Abercrombie
Unit 5 Week 3
Genre:
Realistic Fiction
Realistic fiction is a made-up story
that sounds like it could happen in
real life.
Question of the Week:

How can we be responsible animal
owners?
This week we will read
a story about a boy who
gets a puppy for his birthday.
Consonant Patterns kn, wr, gn, mb
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.
In this picture we see a
knight
.
In the word
knight
, the letters

kn
stand for the
/n/
sound.
The
k
is silent.
In this picture we see a
wrench
.
In the word
wrench
, the letters

wr
stand for the
/r/
sound.
The
w
is silent.
In this picture we see a
sign
.
In the word
sign
, the letters

gn
stand for the
/n/
sound.
The
g
is silent.
In this picture we see a
thumb
.
In the word
thumb
, the letters

mb
stand for the
/m/
sound.
The
b
is silent.

This week we will learn
to read and spell words
with silent letters.


wr
inkle


kn
ot

kn
ee
cli
mb


gn
at

wr
eck

kn
ife

wr
ite
la
mb


gn
ome

wr
eath

kn
ock
desi
gn

co
mb


kn
it

wr
en

gn
aw
plu
mb
er

wr
ist

gn
u
li
mb

Spelling Words
knock wrong sign climb
knee write gnat lamb
knob wrap comb
wren

certainly listen
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.
Vocabulary Words
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
chased
ran after someone
chewing
grinding something between
your teeth
dripping
a liquid falling slowly,
drop by drop
grabbed
take hold of something suddenly
practice
to repeat an action in order
to improve
treat
a special gift, often food
wagged
moved from side to side
Amazing Words
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through conversations,
reading and being read to, and responding to texts.
behavior
the way you act
cooperate
to work together with others
obedient
a person or animal does what he
or she is told to do
companion
a person or animal who spends time
with you as a friend
consider
to think carefully about
something
reprimand
a scolding or warning for doing
something wrong
confident
you are certain that something will happen
in the way you expect
properly
do something correctly
Plot and Theme
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.

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.
Background Knowledge
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.

Background knowledge
is what you already
know about a topic through your experiences
or other readings.
Background knowledge
is
also called
schema
. Good readers use

background knowledge
to help understand
what they read. When reading, think about
what you already know to help you monitor
and adjust your understanding.
Using I and Me
CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions of
standard English grammar and usage when
writing and speaking.

I
and
me
are
pronouns
that take the
the place of your name when you are
speaking. Use
I
in the subject of a
sentence. Use
me
after the action
verb. Always write
I
with a capital
letter.

I
always wanted a dog.

My parents gave
me
a dog.

When you talk about yourself and
another person, name yourself last.
The
pronouns

I
and
me
take the
place of your name.
The dog and
I
sing together.

People are surprised when they
hear the dog and
me
.
Let's practice. Fill in the blank with
I
or
me
.

1. ______ have a dog named Buddy.

2. Buddy and _____ are best friends.

3. Buddy likes to give ______ kisses.

4. My friends like to play with Buddy and ____.

5. _____ think Buddy is the greatest dog!
Classify/Categorize
CCSS L 2.4e
Use glossaries and beginning dictionaries,
both print and digital, to determine or
clarify the meaning of words and phrases.

CCSS L 2.5
Demonstrate understanding of word
relationships and nuances in word meanings.
When you
classify
, or group, related words, you can
understand their meanings. Think about how the
words are alike, or what they have in common. For
example, red, blue, and green are all color words.
You can
classify
them together. You can use a
dictionary or a glossary to check if a word fits into
a category.
Steps for
Classifying
or
Categorizing
:

1. Think of the category that a word might fit in.
2. Look for other words that fit in the category.
3. Use a dictionary or a glossary to check if a
word fits in.

What are these words?

one three eight nine

What are these words?


apple banana pear lemon

What are these words?


tulip daffodil rose daisy

What are these words?


April June December October

What are these words?


peas carrots broccoli beans

What are these words?


cat dog lion elephant

What are these words?


purple pink yellow orange

What are these words?


Monopoly Trouble Operation Connect 4
Idioms
CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English grammar and usage
when writing or speaking.

An
idiom
is a phrase or expression that has
a meaning that is different from the meanings
of the individual words themselves.
Dog Training
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