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Reading Street U1W5 My Rows and Piles of Coins" Common Core

Day 1 Whole Group
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Denise Glum

on 7 October 2014

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Transcript of Reading Street U1W5 My Rows and Piles of Coins" Common Core

My Rows and Piles of Coins
Day 1
Let's Practice It!
Reader's and Writer's Notebook
Question of the Week

What do we need to know about saving and spending?
Turn to pg. 160-161
Find the picture of the girl with the jar.
What is she doing?
What are the people in the store and at the stand doing?
Amazing Words
Read and write this weeks Amazing Words.
tempted
resist
Tempted
is a feeling a buyer might have when looking at things to buy.
In what kind of store would you be
tempted
to buy something?
What flavor of ice cream would you be
tempted
to eat?
Phonics
read
meet
Read these words.
Today we will learn how to read and spell words with two vowels that together make a different sound.

When two vowels join to make a new sound, it is called a
vowel dipthong
.
/oi/
spelled
oi
or
oy
/ou/
spelled
ou
or
ow
join
In this word the letters "o" and "i" stand for the /oi/ sound.
boy
What letters stand for the /oi/ sound?
round
cow
What letters stand for the /ou/ sound?
What letters stand for the /ou/ sound?
Read each word then write each word.
Identify the letters that make the /ou/ or /oi/ sound.
noise
count
boy
plow
royal
sour
loud
coin
cows
decoy
Comprehension
author's purpose
the reason an author
for writing
The author writes
to inform,
to persuade,
to entertain,
or to express an opinion.
Vocabulary
http://quizlet.com/_3u0jg
click here
Day 2
What do we need to know about saving and spending?
What does the word
amount
mean?
Why does the boy's mother spend so much time talking and bargaining with the merchant?
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.

consumer
A smart consumer will look for the best buys in a store or market.
What is a consumer?
someone who buys and uses something
Has anyone been a consumer this week?
Phonics
Read these words after me.
mouth
flour
soil
ploy
toy
towel
crown
join
Read these words aloud.
Read and write these sentences.
The boys were playing loud music.
How far can you count?
Please point to the picture of the owl.
Now read these words.
loud
sleet
slowpoke
town
bowl
crowd
choice
float
crowbar
enjoy
reach
blow
Vocabulary Skill
unhappy
untie
slowly
Turn to page 166.
Day 3
Question of the Week

What do we need to know about saving and spending?
Sometimes Cletus had so much piled on the front of his bike that he could not keep the bike steady.

What does steady mean?
Sometimes Cletus had so much piled on the front of his bike that he could not keep the bike steady.


What is another word for steady?
What does piled mean?
What other words can you use in place of piled?
not easily moved
to be stacked
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.

income
What opportunities do you have to earn
income
?
money you earn from doing work
Phonics
Write this word.
shower
Change "sh" in shower to "fl".
flower
hour
change the "h" to an "s"
sour
change the "r" to a "th"
south
change the "s" to "m"
mouth
change the "th" to "nt"
mount
The girl is saving coins in a jar.
They are buying food and lemonade.
Are they saving or spending money?
They are spending.
Get out your reading composition book and let's set up our Concept Map!
Read and write this word.

tempted
a feeling a buyer might have when looking at things to buy
Because the ice cream was on sale, I was
tempted
to buy it.
Turn to your shoulder partner.

What kind of ice cream would you be
tempted
to eat?
How many syllables in
tempted
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
Read and write this word.

amount
the total number
The
amount
is usually written on labels of things you buy in a store.
Turn to your shoulder partner.

What is the
amount
you pay for lunch here at school?
How many syllables in the word
amount
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
Read and write this word.

resist
to not give in
Some people can not
resist
chocolate chip cookies.
Turn to your shoulder partner.

What's a food that you can't
resist
?
How many syllables in
resist
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
Read and write this word.

savings
the money you have saved
Some people keep their
savings
in a piggybank. Some people keep their
savings
in the bank.
Turn to your shoulder partner.

Do you have
savings
? If so, what are you saving for?
Listen as I read aloud "Letter from Marrkech" and put a check next to any Amazing Words you hear.
What do we know about the vowel sounds in these words?
Let's open our reading book and turn to page 162.
Read these sentences from "Letter from Marrakech."

She spent at least two hours talking to one merchant, looking at all the different rugs he had for sale, and bargaining with him over the amount.
Why do you think the author includes this sentence in the selection?
Anyone who buys and uses something
A smart
consumer
will look for the best buys in a store.
Turn to your shoulder partner and discuss these questions.

1. When are you a
consumer
?
2. Why do businesses need
consumers
?
Turn to your shoulder partner and discuss

1. How many syllables in
consumer
?
2. Where would you divide it into syllables?
Read and write this word.

retail
the sale of goods in stores or shops
That maill has my favorite
retail
store.
Turn to your shoulder partner and share your favorite place for
retail
.
Turn to your shoulder partner and discuss

1. How many syllables in
retail
?
2. Where do you divide it into syllables?
He saved his
income
to buy a bike.
Read and write this word.

thrift shop
a place that sells secondhand clothes or other items.
I bought some clothes from the
thrift shop
for my costume.

Day 4
Question of the Week

What do we need to know about saving and spending?
Reread these sentences from
My Rows and Piles of Coins.

The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.
The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.

When does this sentence take place?
The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.

What does Saruni mean when he says his load sits "tall and proud"?
The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.

What is Saruni doing?
The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.

How does Saruni feel?
The next Saturday, my load sat tall and proud on my bicycle, which I walked importantly to market. I wasn't riding it because Yeyo could never have kept up.

What does he mean when he says "Yeyo could never have kept up"?
Amazing Words
Read and write this word.

denomination
a unit of money such as a quarter or dollar bill
Saruni offered thirty shillings and fifty cents to the bicycle seller. A shilling is one
denomination
of money where Saruni lives.
What does the
denomination
, a shilling, tell you about where Saruni lives?
What
denomination
of money has a picture of Abraham Lincoln on it?
How many syllables in
denomination
?

Where would you divide it into syllables?
Read and write this word.

investor
someone who gives money in order to make money
The
investor
believed the app would someday make a lot of money so he invested in it.
If you were an
investor
, what would you invest in?
What's the root word or base word of
investor
?

What's the suffix?
Reread this sentence from "A Gift for Cletus."

Sometimes Cletus had so much piled on the front of his bike that he could not keep the bike steady.
Sometimes Cletus had so much piled on the front of his bike that he could not keep the bike steady.

Why did Cletus have trouble keeping his bike steady?
stable
He had too much piled on it.
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