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Amazing Bird Nests - Reading Street
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Unit 2 Week 5 Phonics- Vowel Patterns: paper mailing tray Wrap up your day Mini-Lesson Read like a Writer
Page 148 in Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook Writing- Folk Tale
Introduce 1. The ___ tail got caught in the mousetrap.
2. All of the ___ keys hang in the front office.
3. A ____ fur is orange with black stripes. Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Today we’ll read 2 folk tales and look for likenesses and differences.... Compare and Contrast
When we tell how things are alike, we compare.
When we tell how things are different, we contrast. Listening Comprehension Practice Stations:
Word Work Small Group Time Think about the
vowel digraphs (ai, ay)
in our spelling pattern! Spelling Pretest
3. Cassie pursues her interest in _____________ by taking lessons. 1. Carlos and John want to resolve their ______________ .
2. The neighbors have a conflict over ______________ . conflict
startle What are the people doing in the picture on page 314? page 314-315 Write about what you know about solving problems by working together. Writing on Demand We will read about how a coyote helps a mouse solve a problem. Tomorrow....
Build Concepts: How did the mice work together to solve a problem? Wrap up your day It is like a story from long ago.
Good ways of acting usually are rewarded.
Bad ways of acting usually are punished. Key Features of a Folk Tale: fur the bear Good readers use what they have read and what they know about real life to compare and contrast. Listening Comprehension * Spelling Words:
One Good Turn Deserves Another, Day 1 Progress Monitoring:
Check Word Reading Phonics: a, ai, ay Tell about a problem you once had and how you resolved it? Amazing Words: A conflict is a quarrel, struggle, fight, or a problem. Amazing Words: What steps might you pursue to solve a problem with a friend? I’m going to pursue my plan to learn how to fly a plane. The song says that talking it out is a step you can pursue when you have a problem with a friend. Amazing Words: conflict
resolve Today, we’ll learn.... Let’s add We pursue things to our concept map. This week, we will talk, sing, read, and write about how working together solves problems. One Good Turn Deserves Another Day 1 Thank you to Pearsonsuccessnet.com and Google Images for the pictures for our slideshow. Created by P. Volak © 2012 This week, you will write
a folk tale.... Writing- Folk Tale
Introduce mane the lion Grammar Jammer! Possessive Nouns show who or what owns something. Conventions:
Possessive Nouns How are the children different? How are the children alike? Envision It!
Animations Reader 10A
a, ai, ay Decodable Practice Reader
a, ai, ay
Reader’s and Writer’s NB, page 145 Phonics: Build Fluency Substitute Final Phonemes
Pages 316-317 Phonemic Awareness My dad resolved the argument over who would sit in the front
seat of the car. Amazing Words: I resolved to study harder for the next spelling test. Amazing Words: When you resolve something, you make a decision or solve a problem. Amazing Words: The Civil War was a conflict over slavery. Amazing Words: My brother and I always have a conflict over whose turn it is to set the table. Amazing Words: Max pursued his love of fishing while he was at the lake. Pursue means ‘to keep on doing or trying to do something’
It can also mean to chase something or someone. Pursuing is another word for chasing.... * Vocabulary: Learn Amazing Words
* Phonemic Awareness: Substitute Final Phonemes
* Phonics/Spelling: Vowel Patterns a, ai, ay
* Fluency: Oral Rereading
* Words: High-Frequency Words
* Comprehension Skill: Compare and Contrast
* Conventions: Possessive Nouns
* Writing: Folk Talk >> Introduce Today we will learn: singular possessive noun ‘s the horse Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook, p. 146 Page 319 High-Frequency Words a, page
a stands for the long a sound Phonics:
ai, ay ay hay
ay stands for the long a sound Phonics:
a, ai, Compare & Contrast
possessive nouns Academic Vocabulary Tell me about a conflict you have had with a family member or friend. Amazing Words: resolve
pursue Listen for the words: Meet the Amazing Words for the Week! Sing with Me Big Book Audio Let’s add We resolve conflicts to our concept map. What sort of conflict could the boys resolve with arm wrestling? Let’s build a Concept Map! How can we work together to solve problems? QUESTION OF THE WEEK: How can we work together to solve problems? THE BIG QUESTION How can we work together? The dog had wet paint on his tail. The dog had wet pant on his tal. Daily Fix It ai, snail
ai stands for the long a sound Phonics:
a, ay Let’s add We help those in need to our concept map. This week, we’ll read about a coyote that works to save a mouse in need of help. Let’s add We fix things to our concept map. What do you think the boys are doing with the bicycle? How can we work together to solve problems? Concept Talk Video Think
Share Activate Prior Knowledge singular possessive noun fishing boat the dog
ai, ay, a Interactive Sound-Spelling Cards 3 ways to write long A.... Our song will be about working together to solve problems... Sing with Me Big Book Audio He wanted to wash it away. He wanntted to wash it awae. Daily Fix It re-solve resolve
This word has ___ syllables in it. 2 Amazing Words: pur-sue pursue
This word has ___ syllables in it. 2 Amazing Words: con-flict conflict
This word has ___ syllables in it. 2 Amazing Words: ai, ay, a page hay snail Interactive Sound-Spelling Cards Phonics: everybody
tail ‘s singular possessive noun ‘s singular possessive noun ‘s Build Concepts
*What conflict was in the story, One Good Turn?
*Did the mouse resolve the conflict? Why? Wrap up your day Planning our story.....
Reader’s & Writer’s NB,
page 152 Know your purpose-
Animals that won’t work together! A folk tale always has a simple problem and often the characters learn a lesson from the story. Writing-Folk Tale It may have animals that act like people.
It has repetition. Sentences or events repeat over and over again. Writing-Folk Tale One Good Turn Deserves Another
The Ungrateful Tiger Compare Texts.... let friends know we care share
work talk it out This week, we will talk, sing, read, and write about how working together solves problems. Tomorrow we’ll learn more amazing words and reread One Good Turn Deserves Another. Tomorrow High-Frequency Words
Everybody may promise to bring something for our project. Wrap up your day Today, we’ll write our own folk tale. It will have a specific purpose... Writing-Folk Tale
Writer’s Craft: Know your Purpose Folk tales are an old stories that have been told for many years. Writing-Folk Tale Reader’s and Writer’s NB, page 151 3. That ____ tail is almost two feet long. Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Reader’s and Writer’s NB, page 151 1. This is my little ___ favorite book about trucks.
2. My mom wears my ___ gold watch. Conventions:
Possessive Nouns The dog asked the cat for help. the dog askked the cat for help? Daily Fix-It Reread for Fluency
Paired Reading Graphic Organizer 13 Literary Text
Setting, Character, & PLot 1. How are the characters alike?
2. How are the plots similar?
3. Where are the stories set? Turn & Talk Inferring - readers use the text and what they know to figure out more than what is stated. Comprehension
Strategy Why is Aesop famous?
Who are the characters of the fable?
What is the lesson at the end of the fable? Turn & Talk..... Listen to the segmented sounds, then you write each spelling word.
Think of the vowel digraphs:
On Your Own:
Reader's and Writer's Notebook, page 149 Spelling * Vocabulary: Amazing new words
* Phonics/Spelling: Vowel Patterns a, ai, ay
* Words: Story Words and HF Words
* Vocabulary: Unfamiliar Words
* Comprehension Skill: Compare and Contrast
* Comprehension Strategy: Inferring
* Fluency: Paired Reading
* Conventions: Possessive Nouns
* Writing: Folk Tale
* Handwriting: Qq, and Vv and Letter Spacing Today we will learn: Thank you to Pearsonsuccessnet.com and Google Images for the pictures for our slideshow. Created by P. Volak © 2012 Now, it’s time to plan your own folk tale! Pig finished his bridge and Duck finished her raft. It took a long time. It was dark now. They couldn’t see the berries. They went home with nothing to eat. Ending- Story Chart Think about problems that happen when we don’t work together. Now, write a folk tale about animals that won’t work together. Writing Prompt What other folk tales have we read? Writing-Folk Tale
Writer’s Craft: Know your Purpose 1. A snake’s body is long.
2. The girls’ shoes are dirty. You try! Conventions:
Possessive Nouns The cat told the dog to wait. the cat told the dog to wat Daily Fix-It Compare and Contrast - tell how things are alike and different Comprehension
Skill Let’s figure out the meaning that makes sense in the sentence.... Vocabulary-
Unfamiliar Words Day 2, One Good Turn Deserves Another High-Frequency Words Practice Stations:
Words to Know
Get Fluent Small Group Time We’ll stay at home if it starts raining.
He doesn’t have any paper or crayons.
I’m going to take the train on Thursday. Phonics
Ready to add to our
and connect our reading
and our thinking? Concept Map
• My sister deserves a good grade because she worked hard. Amazing Words
• Deserve means ‘have a right to’ something.
• When you deserve something, you have earned it. Amazing Words • Rat feels he does not deserve the letter he received. Amazing Words conflict
startle Oral Vocabulary: Amazing Words Who thinks he doesn’t deserve to be admired? Concept Talk Why should you pursue
talking it out with a friend? Concept Talk One Good Turn Deserves Another Day 2 OH
NO! Today, we’ll show what happens when animals or people DON’T work together! Writing-Folk Tale
Writer’s Craft: Know your Purpose Singular and plural nouns can be possessive, which means they show ownership. coyote’s friends
snakes’ tails Grammar Jammer! Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Confirm Predictions: How did the illustrations help you confirm predictions? Fable: How can you tell this story is a fable? Let’s Read!
Comprehension Check In From Me to You, Rat had a case of
the bathrobe blues.... We can figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words by using the other words in the sentence. Vocabulary-
Unfamiliar Words explain
crater Blend word parts to read these words.... Phonics
Talk about a time you deserved something.
Did you get it? Amazing Words In the story, the author uses the word deserves in place of the words have a right to.... Concept Talk How can we work together to solve problems? QUESTION OF THE WEEK: THINK: dogs is plural
they own something...the teeth,
so, it’s plural! Is it singular or plural? dogs’ What is the possessive noun? 2. Most dogs’ teeth are sharp. Grammar Jammer! Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Vocabulary Activities grateful- feeling thankful because someone has done something for you Vocabulary
armadillo- a small animal with a hard shell Vocabulary Activities Vocabulary Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook, page 150 Harry had a case of the blues when his friend moved away to Arizona. Another Good Sentence: Let’s add talk it out
to our map! What does ‘Talk It Out’ say about resolving a conflict? Concept Map How can we work together? THE BIG QUESTION... <plural possessive plural noun > snakes How do they show ownership?
What is added to the plural noun to show possession? snakes’ tails Conventions:
Possessive Nouns <singular possessive singular noun > coyote How do they show ownership?
What is added to the singular noun to show possession? coyote’s friends Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Folk Tales are stories told long ago and passed along orally. It often has a pattern of events, repeated words, and a lesson to be learned about life. Folk Tale Envision It! Animations
Genre..... Comprehension Listen to learn about fables.....
What lesson we can learn from a fable about an eagle and a snake? Background Building Audio CD Vocabulary Activities snorted- forced the breath through the nose with a loud, harsh sound Vocabulary
creature- any living person or animal Vocabulary Activities Vocabulary Let’s add let friends know we care to our map! How did Rat’s friends help him resolve his problem of feeling miserable? Concept Map Let’s add share work to our map! In From Me to You, Rat learns that Mouse has a problem with his house.
What does Rat do to help? Concept Map Clap out how many syllables deserve has.... deserve de *serve ? The animals each had their own way to get to the berries. Pig wanted to make a bridge. Duck wanted to build a raft. They didn’t work together. Middle- Pig and duck walked by the river. They saw berries on the other side of the river. Beginning- Title- Story Chart 1 man = singular Is it singular or plural? man’s What is the possessive noun? 1. That man’s car is red. Grammar Jammer! Conventions:
Possessive Nouns Do you think
the athlete is struggling? groaned- sound made down in the throat that shows sadness Vocabulary Activities Vocabulary Fables What are characteristics
of fables? goats, troll The Three Billy Goats Gruff tiger, man, rabbit The Ungrateful Tiger Little, Red Hen, Dog, Pig, Cat The Little Red Hen ant, grasshopper The Ant and the Grasshopper mouse, snake, coyote One Good Turn Deserves Another Let’s fill in this chart with what we know.... Planning our characters informal feeling of melancholy, sadness, or depression;
she’s got the blues Association: bathrobe
blues Word: Verified Definition: Rat was in for another case of the bathrobe blues. One Good Sentence: sad or gloomy or unhappy Association: bathrobe
blues Word: Predicted Definition: Fables are
a story. Fables point to a moral, or lesson Characters are usually
animals. Fables are
short. The moral is at the end. Fables What are characteristics