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"Prudy's Problem and How She Solved It" U2W3

U2W3 Day 1-4 to be used with teacher's edition
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Carla Wheeler

on 27 October 2013

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Transcript of "Prudy's Problem and How She Solved It" U2W3

When is it time to find a solution?
Turn to pg. 266-267.
Amazing Words
rubble
bulky
impress
exception
Phonics
sea
shore
seashore
the land along a sea and ocean
up stairs
housefly
base ball
wildcat
herself
cup cake
placemat
handcart
doorstop
ladybug
seashell
riverbank
Turn to pg. 268 to practice reading compound words.
Comprehension
Read "Collecting Stamps" on pg. 271.
This week's skill:

Drawing Conclusions
Vocabulary
http://quizlet.com/_97bjd
This week's skill:


Compound Words


upstairs
baseball
cupcake
Reader's Writers Notebook
Let's Practice It
Look at the photos:

What kind of solution does the boy playing chess want to find?
What solution is needed in the big picture?
We may find obstacles in our way.

Let's add obstacles to our concept map!
People must find solutions when competing in games.

Let's add competition to our concept map!
How are the students in the library finding solutions?
Students find solutions at school.

Let's add solutions and school to our concept map.
This week we will be reading about people who reach a point at which they decide they need to find a solution to a problem.

Can you think of other ways to find a solution to a problem?
Listen for these words while I read aloud
"Jean-ology."
Look back at the first paragraph while I read it.


This paragraph says that the children enjoy collecting stamps, but they might not have money to buy them.

The last sentence asks how can you get stamps for free.

I can use this information from the text to draw a conclusion about what the rest of this passage is about.


I think that this passage will tell me about ways to get stamps without spending money.
Grammar
This week's skill:

Irregular Plural Nouns
Day 2
Read these sentences:

Levi hoped his new denim jeans would impress his cusomers. It turns out he was right! Levi's pants quickly became a hit with the miners.
Day 3
Day 4
What does impress mean?
Why would Levi want to impress his customers?
Amazing Words
Device
machine or an appliance
What kind of devices are in this classroom?
What kind of devices are used around the house?
Let's add devices to our concept map!
Phonics
snowball
sunflower
someday
grandfather
outside
railroad
firehouse
thunderstorm
touchdown
nighttime
rattlesnake
suntan
Literary Terms:

Onomatopoeia- a word that sounds like the sound it names

Example: buzz, bang, slurp

Can you think of any other onomatopoeias?
Vocabulary
Read "Get Organized" on pg. 273
Remember when you see a long word, look to see if it is a compound word that has two smaller words in it.
Turn to pg. 274 to begin this week's reading of "Prudy's Problem and How She Solved It."
Genre:

Fantasy- a make believe story
Read the sentence:
He was a very tidy person who did not like clutter.
What is clutter?

Where might you find clutter?
Which word in the sentence describes someone who does not like clutter?
Why did the author choose the words clutter and tidy in this sentence?
The author used these antonyms to help show why Prudy's dad got upset about her collection.
When is it time to find a solution?
Amazing Words
Portable
something that can be carried easily
What portable objects do you carry with you at school?
Phonics
sun
snow
some
out
Using these words, let's come up with some more compound words.
sunshine
snowball
someday
outside
Read these words:
pigpen
birdhouse
wildcat
cowboy
anteater
horseshoe
Turn to page 282 to finish this week's reading.
Using what we have already read, how does Prudy's friends feel about her collection?
They don't like it. They tell her it is a problem and tell her to get rid of the collection.
Comprehension
At last Prudy's collections were neat and orderly and appreciated by everyone.

What does the phrase
neat and orderly
mean?
This is the opposite of how Prudy's collections were at the beginning of the story.

What are some antonyms for
neat and orderly
?
What does
appreciated by everyone
mean?

What are some antonyms for
appreciated by everyone
?
Complete the following sentence frames with synonyms and antonyms to describe how Prudy's collections differ at the beginning of the story and at the end.
At the beginning of the selection, Prudy's collections were __________ and __________ by everyone.

At the end of the story, Prudy's collections were __________ and __________ and __________ by everyone.
Amazing Words
petrify
We read about how Prudy's room exploded. The sound and sight of an explosion might petrify me. I would be too scared to move.
Would the sound of a lullaby petrify you?
Would a spooky sound on a dark stormy night petrify you?
Explain your answer.
What is a synonym for petrify?

What is an antonym for petrify?
portable

Are most of the objects in Prudy's collections portable? Explain your answer.
inflatable

What inflatable objects might be in a collection?
Phonics
You studied words like these last week.
What do you know about words that end with a consonant plus -le?
What letters spell the final syllable in candle?
What letters spell the final syllable in bubble?
-dle
-gle
-tle
We will work together to place words that end with consonant + -le in the chart. Copy this chart into your Literacy Notebook.
Read each word. Hold up one finger for -dle, two fingers for -gle, and three fingers for -tle.
Then, write each word into the correct column.
fiddle
waddle
paddle
middle
beagle
giggle
wriggle
snuggle
rattle
title
battle
bottle
Word Reading
even
choice
never
have
down
wanted
could
shouted
said
there
boy
a
finish
noise
tiny
would
was
house
some
to
Sentence Reading
Abby had never even been down a slide.
Shawna said she would give us our first choice.
We could have shouted and made some noise.
There was a tiny house for the doll.
The boy wanted to finish his homework.
Todd tripped because he was running too fast.
I stopped kidding around when class began.
Social Studies in Reading
Where have you read or heard interviews?

Why are interviews informative or entertaining?
Who are the people participating in an interview?

What is the purpose of an interview?

How are interviews conducted?
Turn to page 294-295
Irregular Plural Nouns
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