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What About Me Author: Ed Young Genre: Fable Authors Purpose: To teach a lesson Skill: Sequence Complied by Susan Mumper 3 rd grade at HES
Home QOD Sequence Vocabulary Strategy Review questions Daily Tasks Subject and predicate Million Dollar Word Building Background Pre-Reading Phonics Phonics review Daily Fix its Review Questions Writing
Weekly writing prompt. Write a personal narrative about a time that you worked hard for something you wanted. Tell what you wanted, why you wanted it, and how you worked to get it. Home
Plurals -s, -es To create plurals for most words, only the letter s needs to be added. If a word ends in ch, sh, or ss, the letters es must be added to create the plural. For words that end in y, that final y must be changed to i before adding es.
plantplants inchinches pennypennies What is the difference in each pair of words?
On a piece of paper list the plural spelling words. Then next to each plural write the singular form of the word. penniespenny Home
Subjects and Predicates
Daily Fix-its What do peple need. What do people need? The puppys needs a pen. The puppies need a pen. Home
Daily Fix-its The carpets is beautiful? The carpets are beautiful. The woman needs supplys for the carpet The woman needs supplies for the carpet. Home
Daily Task 5 1.With a partner read a leveled reader. Then complete your tri-fold for day 5. 2.Independently complete proverb activity. 3.Independently read leveled readers and take AR tests. 4. With your team work on your station. 5.Independently read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. Home
Daily Task 4 1.With a partner read pgs Then complete your tri-fold for day 4. 2.Independently read leveled readers and take AR tests 3.Independently complete your word builder CPA. 4.With your team work on your station 5.Read books from your bag of books and take tests. Home
Daily task 3 1.With a partner take turns whisper reading pgs Then complete your tri-fold for day 3. 2.Independently – read leveled readers and take AR test. 3.Finish RWB p ( this is for a grade) I will take it up. 4.With your team work on your station 5.Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests Home
Daily task 1 1.With a partner take turns whisper reading pgs Then complete your tri-fold. Stack them on my table. 2.Independently do RWB pgs I will take these up at 12:00 3.Independently Read leveled readers and take AR tests 4.Independently do your word builder CPA and place it in the finished work drawer. 5.Work on the station at your table 6.Read books and take AR tests. Home
Daily task 2 1.With a partner take turns whisper reading pgs Complete your tri-fold for today. 2.Independently read leveled readers and take AR tests 3.Work on stations with your table. 4.Independently finish your word builder CPA. 5.Read books and take AR tests. Home
VC/CV review If you expect success, you will get it. We studied short vowel sounds in VC/CV words. Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have the VC/CV pattern. Divide each word into syllables Do the vowels in the first syllables stand for long or short sounds?
challengenumberpicnic mellowlessonbasket suddenshallowsignal writtenplentyshudder As soon as we heard thunder, we took shelter in the house. The contest winner will get a nice prize. Home
Plural Words Plural words name more than one thing. flipswishespennies Are these words singular or plural? How do you know? Most words can be made plural by just adding -s. To make words that end with s, ss, ch, sh, x, or z plural, add -es.
Lets blend these words Home
Questions of the day: How would we get what we need without money? Why do you think fables are often about people who travel from place to place? Why do you think it is important for children to read or listen to fables? How is a proverb like a fable? How is it different? Home
$ Million Dollar Word $ Exchange to give something to someone in return for something else; trade In exchange for cleaning your room I will give you extra time to play video games. Home
Sequence Sequence is the order in which things happen in a storywhat happens first, next, and last. Sometimes a writer uses clue words like first, next, and in the morning. Sometimes a writer does not. Then you can tell the order by picturing in your mind what is happening.
Read "Chores on p. 43. Make a graphic organizer like this one to help you keep track of what happens. She checked her chores She started to ask her brother to do them She saw her sister grace pouting. Louisa did Graces dusting in exchange she did the laundry. Now use your graphic organizer to help you summarize the story events in your journal. Home
Barter Money Barter means to trade one thing for another without the use of money. Lets brain storm what we know about barter and money. Home
Vocabulary Strategy for Compound Words Word Structure When you are reading you may come across a long word. Look closely at the word. Do you see two small words in it? It may be a compound word. You may be able to use the two small words to help you figure out the meaning of the compound word. For example goatseller is a person who sells goats.
Downtown Divide the compound word into its two small words Think of the meaning of each small word and put the two meanings together. Try the new meaning in the sentence. Does it make sense? Read "At the Market" Use the p. 45. Find as many compound words as you can. Home
Fable What About Me? is a fable. A fable is a make-believe story that teaches a lesson.
Remember to keep track of the sequence of events and to pause occasionally to summarize as they read. Home
Words to Know carpenter carpetmaker knowledge marketplace merchant plenty straying thread
More Words to Know stunned wanderer
carpenter someone whose work is building and repairing things made of wood
carpetmaker a person who makes carpet and rugs for floors
knowledge what you know
marketplace a place where people meet to buy and sell things
plenty a full supply
thread a thin string made of strands twisted together
Janet needed thread to sew the dress.
The carpetmaker sold me the rug for $
The merchant sold me three apples.
The garden gave us plenty of vegetables to eat.
We got a carpenter to help build our house.
John was worried that the small kid would end up straying off the path.
Smart people have a great deal of knowledge.
Our family goes to the marketplace every Saturday to buy fruit.
Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment.
Review Questions p What did the boy want from the Grand Master? 2.Who does the boy run off to find first? 3.What is the thread made from? 4.How does a pen help the goats? 5.What is the carpenters problem? 6.What are the main events in the story so far?
Review Questions p What happens after the boy sees the Matchmaker? 2.Who does the young girl love? 3.What spinner woman make with the hair? 4.What is the lesson that the boy learns? Home