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Prudy's Problem and How She Solved It

Whole group for Reading Street Common Core
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Pam Taylor Denner

on 25 January 2015

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Transcript of Prudy's Problem and How She Solved It

Day 1
When is it time to find a solution?
Turn to pg. 266-267
What kind of solution does the boy playing chess want to find?
What solution is needed in the big picture?
How are the students in the library finding solutions?
When is it time to find a solution?
We need solutions when we are competing or when we face obstacles.
Amazing Words
bulky
rubble
impress
exception
Listen to this week's Amazing Words as I read "Jean-eology"
Phonics
Compound Words
A compound word is made up of two shorter words


book + store = bookstore
Let's practice!

In this word, the letters "oa" stand for the long o.
house
fly
up
stairs
base
ball
wild
cat
her
self
cup
cake
hand
cart
door
stop
lady
bug
river
bank
shoe
laces
waste
basket
down
stairs
book
store
wheat
sea
shell
repair
man
flown
Turn to pg. 124
Let's Practice It!
Reader's and Writer's Notebook
Comprehension
Read "On the Farm" on pg. 127
We can compare and contrast life on a farm with life in a subdivision.
The farm and the subdivision are the same in that they are both places people choose to live.
But the farm has a lot more land than a home in a subdivision.
We can look for ways that life on a farm is different than life in a subdivision.
When I read, I wonder which life I would like better.
Vocabulary
Let's take a spelling pretest on SpellingCity.com!
Go to www.mrbergeson.wordpress.com.

Click on the latest SpellingCity image.
Day 2
How can we get what we want and need?
Read this sentence.
I'll get groceries and exchange this shirt for the right size.
What does exchange this shirt mean?
Why is the shirt being exchanged.
Have you ever had to exchange something? Why?
Amazing Words
compromise
In "A Trip to Mega Mart", Laura wanted to buy computer paper and fancy paper.
How did she compromise to spend less?
Tell me when you have compromised.
Would somebody who is stubborn be easy to compromise with?
Phonics
Read these words.
rail
moat
clay
low
reap
play
freeze
neat
Read and write each sentence.
Dad has to clean the boat.
Pat can't mow the yard today.
The farmer keeps milk in the pail.
Read these words.
keep
rake
exhale
bleat
Crete
details
raise
site
shadow
tray
smoke
motorboat
boat
flute
bowl
Vocabulary Skill
Read "The Library" on pg. 129.
Multiple-Meaning Words
Sometimes, when we read, we come across a word that is familiar but doesn't make sense in the context.
This word might have multiple meanings.
The surrounding words can help you figure out its meaning.
We went to the office supply store to buy paper.
Store can mean a place to buy items.
Store can also mean to put aside something until you need it.
What words in "The Library" have more than one meaning?
Day 3
How can we get what we want and need?
Read this sentence.
Families grow all their own food. Later they traded food with one another to get other things they needed.
What does it mean when it says they traded food?
Why did they trade food instead of just growing their own?
What's a synonym for the word "trade"?
barter
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.
resource
Yesterday we read that farms are a good resource for the many fruits and vegetables that we find in supermarkets.
resource - something that can be used to meet a need
Phonics
Read and write each word.
Underline the long vowel digraph.
raid
display
teeth
cleats
moat
flown
coach
day
bean
window
cheese
braid
Day 4
How can we get what we want and need?
Read this paragraph.
An electronic scanner "reads" the bar codes on most products and prints out the prices. A cash register adds up the cost of your food. Baggers ask "Paper or plastic?" and pack up your groceries.
What does "reads" mean in the first sentence?
scan
Who is the bagger?
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.
import
Some foods, such as fruits and vegetables, had to be imported from other countries.
import - to buy something grom another country and bring it into this country to sell
Look at the labels in your clothing or other objects you have. Are any pieces made and imported from another country?
Phonics
-ed
-ing
-er
-est
peeled
sitting
deeper
dirtiest
hunting
sillier
juiciest
steered
married
quicker
receiving
saddest
Fluency
to
sister
plants
inches
basket
many
you
would
napkin
lesson
glasses
winter
have
puppet
families
there
supper
suggest
pockets
parties
place
mat
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