2The Big CircleBy: Eric KimmelWho lived here long ago?
3Objectives Yesterday: Long o (CVCe) and contractions ‘m, ‘ll, n’t, High-Frequency Words, and Days, Months, & HolidaysToday:Spelling and Phonics:Long o (CVCe) and contractions ‘m, ‘ll, n’tSkill: High-Frequency Words and StoryGrammar: Days, Months, and Holidays
4Morning Warm-Up!Today we will read about dinosaurs. We’ll learn how they cooperate. They share the job of protecting each other.
7Just what do they mean?enemy – a person or animal that wants to cause harm to anotherextinct – something that no longer existsprotect – to keep someone or something safecrater – a big hole
8Just what do they mean? holler – a loud cry or shout swamp – an area of muddy, wet land
9Share Literature-Listen & Respond Time to ReadShare Literature-Listen & RespondA Frog in the BogA Frog in the Bog tells what happens as the hungry frog meets up with other critters. What happens to the frog when he eats the tick? The ellipses after the word bigger mean that there is more to come.By: Karma Wilson
10Share Literature-Build Oral Vocabulary Time to ReadShare Literature-Build Oral VocabularyA Frog in a BogYesterday we read the book to find out what happened to the frog.Listen to find out how the frog recognized the gator.
11Monitor Listening comprehension How did the frog recognize the gator?How would you describe the bog?What kinds of plants live in the bog?
12Phonemic Awareness rope code zone choke stove We just read about a frog whose home was in a bog.Listen to the sounds in home./h/ /o/ /m/Now say the sounds in these words and blend them together.ropecodezonechokestoveObjective: Blend and segment phonemes.
13Blending Strategy Long o (CVCe) rode = r o d e doze We have had words like made and hide.Long o (CVCe)rode = r o d e dozepole joke cone homestole rose drove closeglobe froze vote hope
27Contractions n’t, ‘m, ‘ll Blending StrategyWe have had words like not, am, and will.Contractions n’t, ‘m, ‘llA contraction is a short way to write two words as one.didn’t = did not I’m = I amwe’ll = we will is not = isn’tthey will = they’ll can not = can’tI’ll couldn’t it’ll hasn’t she’ll
43A baby DinosaurA big T. Rex woke up and said, “I’m hungry, but I won’t eat bread. A baby dinosaur tastes great. I’ll eat it up! I just can’t wait!” A baby heard him when he spoke. He knew the threat was not a joke. “I’m very smart,” the baby said. He ran home to get help instead. His family said, “Don’t give up hope.” They hid their baby on the slope. They drove the bully far away, And T. Rex didn’t eat that day.
44Build Words Long o Contractions drove can’t a c d e h I l m n o p r s t v w y z ‘
461. The bones are as strong as stones. 2. Cole rode in a van all the way home.3. The ice cream cone dripped on the red robe.4. Rose spoke to Cole when she went to vote.5. The zone froze as we dozed.6. Close the box with the rope.7. I chose the note from Hope.8. The pole sloped down the hill.9. The stove is very hot when you cook.
47Spelling Words home bone hope stone joke rose woke hose rode those Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.
48Unscramble your spelling words. Spelling PracticeUnscramble your spelling words.meho kewoneob rdoephoe hotesseho onetsrseokjoehomebonehopehoserosejokewokerodethosestone
49When did dinosaurs live on Earth? ClassifyTyrannosaurus Rex Triceratopsmeat eaterplant eatertyrannosaurus rexallosaurustriceratopsbrachiosaurusWhat do you think dinosaurs ate?How do you think dinosaurs protected themselves from enemies?
50Connect to the Selection Build BackgroundConnect to the SelectionTwo dinosaurs we learned about are tyrannosaurus (T. Rex) and triceratops. What do we know about T. Rex and triceratops and the kinds of things they do? We’re going to read a story about a T. Rex and a herd of triceratops. We’ll find out what happens when a hungry T. Rex tries to hunt food.
51Vocabulary Selection Words triceratops – a large, plant-eating dinosaur that had three hornsmeat – a kind of food that comes from animalsherd – a group of animals of the same kind that stay togetherbaby – a very young child or animalcircle – a round shape, like a ring
59High-Frequency Words Monitor Progress inside down togethernow there goodeat smallhere want
60Comprehension Skill: Sequence Strategy: Monitor and Fix Up Authors usually try to tell the events of a story in the order they happen. Retell the order of events in A Big Fish for Max.As you read, think about the order in which things happen.Ask yourself what happens first, next, and last.Strategy: Monitor and Fix UpGood readers often ask themselves if they understand a story. If something seems confusing or is not clear, a good reader will go back and read a part of a story again.
61Comprehension Ask yourself these questions as you read The Big Circle? What is happening in this part of the story?Should I reread this part to understand it?
64Vocabulary Categorize Words Recall the dinosaurs in the story. What did the triceratops and Big T. Rex want to eat? How could you put these dinosaurs into two groups?One group of dinosaurs ate plants.Another group of dinosaurs ate meat.Some dinosaurs ate plants. Scientists know this because these dinosaurs had flat teeth for chewing. Other dinosaurs ate meat. Scientists know this because these dinosaurs had pointed, sharp teeth for cutting and tearing.
65Vocabulary Categorize Words Sort the following dinosaurs into meat-eaters or plant-eaters.stegosaurus (flat teeth) raptor (sharp, pointed teeth)allosaurus (sharp, pointed teeth) apatasaurus (flat teeth)ankylosaurus (flat teeth) diplodocus (flat teeth)Meat Eaters Plant Eaters
66Writing Trait of the Week Introduce: Organization/ParagraphsGood writers organize their ideas so that they make sense. Think about how the author organizes ideas in The Big Circle.These sentences tell about the events in order. Words such as first, next, then, and finally help us follow the order of the events.First, T. Rex wakes up hungry.Next, T. Rex runs toward the triceratops.Then the triceratops make a big circle.Finally, T. Rex runs away.
67Writing Trait of the Week Introduce: Organization/Paragraphs Write the sentences in the order in which the events happened. Add a time-order word to each sentence._____ the triceratops stand in a circle._____ the herd drives T. Rex away._____ the herd sees T. Rex._____ T. Rex smells the triceratops.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
68Grammar – Days, Months, and Holidays Days of the week, months of the year, and some special days have names. When we write the names of days, months, or holidays we need to use capital letters at the beginning.Using the names of days, months, and holidays can make your writing more clear.day month holidayMonday January New Year’sTuesday February Valentine’s DayWednesday March Mother’s Day
69What happened first, next, and last when the triceratops saw the T. Rex? Wrap Up Your Day!A good reader often pauses to think about what is happening and to ask, “Does this make sense?” Sometimes a good reader needs to stop, go back, and read a part of a story over again to help make sense of the reading.The events in a story happen in a certain order. Remembering the events in order helps us understand and remember the story.
70Preview Day FourTomorrow we will read about a trip a group of children took to see dinosaurs in a museum.