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Soil Reading Street U4W3

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Transcript of Soil Reading Street U4W3

Soil
by Sally M. Walker
Unit 4 Week 3
Genre: Expository Text
Question of the Week:

What changes occur under the ground?
Expository Text tells facts about
a topic. It tells about real people,
places, events, or things.
In the story this week we will read
about different changes that happen
under the ground. We will look for
the materials found in soil.
Diphthongs ou, ow, oi, oy
CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences for
common vowel teams.

CCSS L 2.2
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English capitalization,
punctuation, and spelling when writing.

CCSS L 2.2d
Generalize learned spelling patterns when
writing words (e.g., cage --> badge;
boy --> boil).
In this picture we see a
cow
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in the word
cow
?

What letters make the vowel
sound you hear in
cow
?

In this picture we see a
trout
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in the word
trout
?

What letters make the vowel
sound you hear in
trout
?
In this picture we see olive

oil
.

What vowel sound do you
hear in
oil
?

What letters make the vowel
sound you hear in
oil
?

In this picture we see a duck
decoy
.

What vowel sound do you hear
in the word
decoy
?

What letters make the vowel sound
you hear in
decoy
?
This week we will learn to spell
and read
ow
,
ou
words that have
the sound found in
cow
and
trout
.
We will also learn to spell and read

oi
,
oy
words that have sound found
in
oil
and
decoy
.

ow
l
fr
ow
n
t
oy

spr
ou
t
c
oi
n

oy
ster
cl
ow
n
b
oy

s
oi
l
fl
ow
er
r
oy
al

cl
ou
d
t
ow
n
c
oi
l
m
ou
se
b
oi
l

j
oy

c
ou
ch
Spelling Words
CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences for
common vowel teams.

CCSS L 2.2
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English capitalization,
punctuation, and spelling when writing.

CCSS L 2.2d
Generalize learned spelling patterns when
writing words (e.g., cage --> badge;
boy --> boil).

around gown noise toy
out flower moist royal
sound howl coil
cow

world push

Vocabulary Words
CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.
grains
tiny bits of sand, sugar, or salt
materials
what things are made
from or used for
particles
very little pieces of something
seeps
flows very slowly through something
substances
materials that something is made of;
things that have weight and take up
space
texture
the feel that things have because
of the way they are made
Amazing Words
CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.
discovery
when you see or learn about something
for the first time
transform
to change something
underneath
below
blizzard
a storm in which snow falls
heavily and there are strong
winds
fine
very tiny or small like
dust, flour, mist, or sand
incredible
too unusual or fantastic
to be true
landscape
everything you see when you look across
the land including hills, buildings, rivers,
and trees
molten
turned into liquid by heat
or melted
Fact and Opinion
CCSS RI 2.1
Ask and answer such questions
as who, what, where, when, why,
and how to demonstrate
understanding of key details in
a text.
A statement of
fact
can be proven true
or false by checking a book, looking
online, or asking someone who knows.

Example:
George Washington was the first
president of the United States.
A statement of
opinion
tells someone's
feelings or ideas and cannot be proven
true or false.

Clue words such as best and should
often show opinions.

Example:
Thanksgiving is the best holiday.
Questioning
CCSS RI 2.1
Ask and answer such questions as who, what,
where, when, why, and how to demonstrate
understanding of key details in a text.
When readers want to understand
or remember what they read, they
ask questions about the text.

Questioning
takes place before,
during, and after reading.
Suffixes
CCSS L 2.4c
Use a known root word as a clue to the
meaning of an unknown word with the
same root (e.g. addition, additional)
Some words end with a
suffix
, a word part
added to the end of a word to change its
meaning. Thinking about the meaning of
of the base word and the
suffix
can help
you figure out the meaning of the word.
Common Suffixes and Their Meanings

ful full of something
less without
ly in a _____ way
er someone who
able can be done
color
ful
full of color
teach
er
someone who teaches
read
able
able to be read
slow
ly
in a slow way
cloud
less
without clouds
beautiful
beauti
ful
full of beauty

painless
pain
less
without pain
useful
use
ful
full of use
safely
safe
ly
in a safe way
printable
print
able
able to be printed
nicely
nice
ly
in a nice way
thankful
thank
ful
full of thanks
colorless
color
less
without color
bravely
brave
ly
in a brave way
helper
help
er
someone who helps
useless
use
less
without use
flavorful
flavor
ful
full of flavor
gladly
glad
ly
in a glad way
helpful
help
ful
full of help
quickly
quick
ly
in a quick way
painful
pain
ful
full of pain
loudly
loud
ly
in a loud way
player
play
er
someone who plays
neatly
neat
ly
in a neat way
playful
play
ful
full of play
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding words.

CCSS L 2.1e
Use adjectives and adverbs, and choose
between them depending on what is to
be modified.
An
adjective
is a word that describes a
person, place, animal, or thing.
Adjectives can compare two things or
three or more things. Louder and
loudest are
adjectives
that compare.
When you add -
er
to an
adjective
to
compare two people, places, animals,
or things it is called a
comparative

adjective
. The word meaning is "
more
"
plus the base word.

Example:
tall
er

more
tall

When you add -
est
to an
adjective
to
compare three or more people, places,
animals, or things it is called a

superlative

adjective
. The word
meaning is "
most
" plus the base word.

Example:
tall
est


most
tall
When one consonant follows a short vowel,

the consonant is doubled
before adding
-
er
or -
est
.

When a word ends in a consonant plus y,

the y changes to i
before adding -
er
or -
est
.

When a word ends in silent e,
the e is
dropped
before adding -
er
or -
est
.

small small
er
small
est

w
et
wet
t
er
wet
t
est
bump
y
bump
i
er
bump
i
est
brav
e
brav
er
brav
est
short
shorter

shortest
big
bigger
biggest

tall


taller

brave
braver


tiniest
tinier

tiny
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