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Copy of "I Wanna Iguana" U2W2

Day 1-4 whole group to be used with teacher's edition.
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Carla Wheeler

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Transcript of Copy of "I Wanna Iguana" U2W2

How do you know if a solution is a good solution?
Turn to pg. 232-233.
What problem does the boy in the window have?
Do the kids in the kayaks look like a happy team?
Does the picture of the kids under the umbrella show a problem or a solution?
Amazing Words
Read these amazing words.
quarrel
stubborn
obstinate
disagree
Listen for these Amazing Words as I read "The Contest."
have different opinions
Phonics
cuddle
candle
table
bubble
little
bubble
marble
puddle
handle
wiggle
middle
giggle
eagle
little
cattle
title
Comprehension
compare and contrast
to tell how things are ALIKE and DIFFERENT
Vocabulary
http://quizlet.com/_90q8o
We can add the words problem, team, sharing, and cooperate to our concept map!
Think of something that you might disagree with someone.
This week's skill:

Final syllable -le
Remember:

When you see a word like this, cover the consonant +le and read the first syllable. Then read the whole word.
Turn to page 237. Read the story "Snuggles and Tippy."

While you read, think about how they are alike and different.
Grammar
Skill:

Singular and Plural Nouns
Let's Practice It
Reader's Writer's Notebook
Day 2
How do you know if a solution is a good solution?
Read these sentences from yesterday's read aloud:

Rafael stared straight into Joey's eyes. " Joey you think Kickers is too plain." Then he turned to Tina. "And, Tina, you think Oakcrest Leaves is silly. We all disagree! What are we going to do?"


What does disagree mean?

How do people often feel when they disagree?
Why does the author include characters who disagree?
The author wants to show how the characters will solve a problem.
Amazing Words
Prevent
to stop from happening
What else could you use besides an umbrella to prevent you from getting wet?
Phonics
stumble
staple
bubble
middle
fable
little
wiggle
battle
horrible
nibble
eagle
cattle
Read these words fluently:
Vocabulary
This week's skill:

Unfamiliar Words
Turn to pg. 238 and read about our new skill.
Now use context clues to help you understand the unfamiliar words while you read "Choosing a Pet on pg. 239.
Turn to pg. 240 to start this week's reading of
"I Wanna Iguana".
Genre:

Realistic Fiction
Realistic Fiction:

has characters and events that are like people and events in real life
Day 3
Read this sentence:

I'll keep his cage in my room on the dresser next to my soccer trophies.
What are trophies?

What might people do to deserve trophies?
What is a synonym for trophies?
How do you know if a solution is a good solution?


When we finish our reading today, I want you to think about what solution would be a good one for both Alex and his Mom.
Team Talk. Discuss with your group:

Have you ever won a trophy? When and for what?

How did it make you feel?
Amazing Words
Supervise
to be in charge and tell others what to do
Who
supervises
Alex when he is at home?

Who
supervises
Alex when he is at school?
What are some other places where one person might
supervise
others?
Phonics
Now we are going to sort words.
bubble

Bubble is made up of the syllable bub- and the syllable -ble, so I will put bubble in the first column.
-ble
-dle
-gle
-tle
bubble
marble
double
puddle
handle
middle
giggle
wiggle
eagle
cattle
little
title
puddle
giggle
cattle
handle
title
marble
wiggle
middle
double
little
eagle
Read and write these words:
buckle
couple
nibble
ripple
tumble
apple
I Wanna Iguana
Turn to page 240
What can you tell about Alex and his mother by reading their letters? How are their personalities alike and different?
Are the illustrations in "I Wanna Iguana" as realistic as the dialogue between Alex and his mom? Explain
Summarize the first part of "I Wanna Iguana".
Turn to page 248-249, and let's finish reading the story.
Research and Study Skills
The __________ is in my class.
(student/students)
Grammar
There are five ___________ at the party.
(family/families)
Day 4
Let's reread Alex's note together:

Dear Mom,

I know you don't think I should have Mikey Gilligan's baby iguana when he moves, but here's why I should. If I don't get it, he goes to Stinky and Stinky's dog, Lurch, will eat it.

You don't want that to happen, do you?

Signed,

Your sensitive son,

Alex
What does the word sensitive mean?
How does Alex show that he is being Sensitive Alex?
The base word in "sensitive" is "sense".

When we sense something, we are aware of it.
We feel or understand it.

What are some other words that have the base word "sense"?
sensible
sensory
sentiment
sensation
Amazing Words
budge
Until the end of the story, it seemed that Mom might not
budge
and Alex would never get his iguana.
If someone said, "Don't
budge
," what would you do? If someone needed to get onto a bench beside you, would you
budge
?
Think of a time when you might tell someone, "Don't
budge
."
Let's add to our Concept Map!
Phonics
music tiny rapid metal

You studied words like these last week.
What do you know about two-syllable words that have one consonant in the middle?

Is the vowel sound in the first syllable long or short?
We will read some two-syllable words. Decide if the word has a short vowel sound or long vowel sound in the first syllable. If it is a short vowel sound, clap your hands once. If it is a long vowel sound, clap your hands twice.
Short Vowel
Long Vowel
salad
broken
final
camel
silent
lemon
panic
tulip
salad
camel
lemon
panic
broken
final
silent
tulip
Word Reading
grown
hopped
funniest
happier
hay
was
goat
started
do
would
come
the
bean
getting
one
green
friend
peaches
again
afraid
choking
amused
untamed
baking
usable
Sentence Reading
One goat hopped the fence to eat hay again.

My friend was afraid to try a green bean.

I would be happier if I had grown peaches.

My sister started to do the funniest thing.

We are getting a clown to come to the party.

Joe grabbed his music and started humming.

We smiled as we lined up to pet the adorable kittens.
21st Century Skills
Letters
Address
Type
Go on Internet Fast
Pen and paper
Stamp and Envelopes
E-mail
Regular Mail
Turn to page 260-261
How do you create and send a letter by e-mail?

How do you create and send a letter by regular mail?

How are these kinds of mail alike and different?
We can create a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast e-mail and regular mail.
Grammar
How many people, places, or things does a singular noun name?
How many people, places, or things does a plural noun name?
one
more than one
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