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Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 1
The name for both of these letters is c. This is capital C and this is lowercase c. Cc
This is a cactus. The first sound in cactus is /c/. Say it with me: /c/, cactus. What sounds does cactus begin with? Listen to the sound again: /k/
Listen to this word cat, What sound do you hear at the beginning of cat? : That’s right, cat begins with /k/? What sound do you hear at the beginning of these words? catcapcup canpup mudcar sad
You can already read words like this. What is the sound at the beginning of tip? What letter stands for /t/? Today we will learn about words that begin with c. t i p
This is a computer. The first sound in computer is /c/. Say it with me: /c/, computer. What sounds does computer begin with? Computer begins with /c/
The letter c stands for /c/ in this word. This is how I blend this word: /c/ /a/ /t/, cat. Now you try: /c/ /a/ /t/, cat. c a t
Blend these words(as a group), (individually) catcapCam What letter is this? What sound does it stand for?
Here are some words that we won’t sound out. We’ll spell them. This word is have, h a v e, have. What is this word? What are the letters in the word? havewelook I have_______________________________________. You have______________________________________. We have_________________________________________. How many letters are in each word?
Amazing Words pastPresentproducetransportation Past: The past is all the time that has gone by. Your third birthday is in the past. What other birthdays are in your past? Present: The present is now, or at this time. At the present time, you are in school. What else is happening in the present? Produce: To produce is to make something happen. If you study hard, you will produce good grades. Let’s see how much noise we can produce by clapping. Transportation: Transportation is a vehicle(such as a bicycle, wagon, car, or train) used to carry people from one place to another. Grownups help children with transportation by driving them places or helping them take a bus. What kind of transportation do you and your family use every day? Use each word in a sentence.
Animals Help People Before Reading page 42: What animal do you see? How is camel helping the person? Yes, the person is using the camel for transportation. Where is the camel? What do you know about deserts? Why might it be hard for a person to walk in the desert without a camel? Page 43: What animal do you see on this page? What do you see in the small circle? How do cows help people? Page 44: What animals are on this page? What do you see in the circle on this page? What do sheep give us that helps us make sweaters? Yes, they give us wool, which is their fur. People turn the wool into yarn, which is used to make sweaters. Page 45: This woman has a guide dog, a dog trained to help blind people walk around safely. When a person is blind, what does that mean? Lets read to find out how animals help people. During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading: What did you learn about animals that give people transportation? Which animals produce things that people can use? Which kind of animal has helped blind people in the past and the present?
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 2 Day 2
Animals Help People (p. 42-43) During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read
The name for both of these letters is b. This is capital B and this is lowercase b. Bb
This is a baby. The first sound in baby is /b/. Say it with me: /b/, baby. What sounds does baby begin with? Listen to the sound again: /bbb/
Listen to this word bus, What sound do you hear at the beginning of bus? : Which word(s) begins with /b/? busboat ball bigsell toadpet bed
You can already read words like this. What is the sound at the beginning of mat? What letter stands for /m/? Today we will learn about words that begin with b. m a t
This is a butterfly. What sound do you hear at the beginning of butterfly? Say it with me /b/. The letter /b/ stands for the sound /b/.
The letter b stands for /b/ in this word. This is how I blend this word: /b/ /a/ /t/, bat. Now you try: /b/ /a/ /t/, bat. b a t c a b
Blend these words(as a group), (individually) batcabbittab What letter is this? What sound does it stand for?
you, YOU, and You are all the same word. If a word is written with all lowercase letters, all capital letters, or a combination, it is still the same word. haveweyou
What we Like Before Reading page 46-47: What is the farmer doing? Why might he be doing that? What are the kids eating? Page 48-49: What insects do you see? What are they doing? Yes they are flying near a honeycomb. A honeycomb is where bees produce, or make, honey. What are the children eating? How does honey taste? Page 50-51: What are the children drinking? From what animal do we get milk? Page 52-53: Who is riding a horse? Yes, a police officer is using a horse for transportation. Why might the police officer be riding a horse? What are the children doing? During Reading: What am I learning about what animals give people? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading: What did you learn about what animals give people? What was this selection mainly about? (Model how to summarize)
Shared Writing What things that you get from animals do you like? We like___________________.
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 3
What we like(pg. 46-47) During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read
The name for both of these letters is o. This is capital O and this is lowercase o. Oo
I am going to say some sounds. Listen as I blend the sounds together to make a word. /mmm//ooo//mmm/, mom sobjob Bobhop gotpot
You can already read words like these. What are the words? What is the middle sound in bat? What is the middle sound in bit? Today we will learn about words that have the short o vowel sound. b i t b a t
These are octopus. What sound do you hear at the beginning of octopus? Say it with me /o/.
The letter o in this word stands for the short o sound /o/. This is how I blend this word: /t/ /o/ /p/, top. Now you try: /t/ /o/ /p/, top. t o p
Blend these words(as a group), (individually) Tompotmoppop What letter is this? What sound does it stand for? Bobcotcobmomtot
Point to a word. Say and spell it haveweyou
Amazing Words protection Yesterday we read about a police officer who rides a horse in a park. The police are there for our protection. Police officers who ride horses can get around quickly to offer protection. Protection is keeping someone safe from harm. You should wear a helmet when riding a bike for protection if you fall. Some people own a big dog for protection. What do you use for protection from the sun? You can find sounds you know in big words. What letter do you see at the beginning of protection? What sound does it stand for? Use word in a sentence. pro/tec/tion What people give us protection? What animals help police officers protect us?
Today we are going to learn about setting. Setting is where and when a story takes place. A story can happen in a real or make-believe place. It can happen now, long ago, or in the future. For example, the story “Little Red Riding Hood”, takes place in a forest. Clues in the story tell me what the setting is. There are trees all around as Little Red Riding Hood walks to Grandma’s. The wolf comes out from the trees. The wolf hurries ahead to Grandma’s, but Little Red Riding Hood doesn’t see where he goes because the trees hide him. These clues tell me they are in a forest. Listen to this story: Once there was a group of first graders. The teacher helped them learn about letters and sounds and stories. The reading books had lots of fun stories. Soon, the first graders could read! The teacher was very proud! Where does this story take place? What clues help you figure out the setting?
Bob and Tom Before Reading page 54-55: What animals do you see? What are they doing on page 55? Yes, they are pulling a carriage. What is the carriage for? Another word for carriage is cab. Page 56: What are the children doing? Yes, they are riding in a horse-drawn cab. Where are they? How do you know it is a city? Page 57: What are the children doing? Why do you think they rode the carriage? Did they have fun? How do you know? Now turn and talk to you partner about these pictures using the same words I did. During Reading: As we read, ask yourself: Where does this story take place? Who are Bob and Tom? Where are they on page 55? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading: What happened at the beginning of the story? In the middle? At the end?
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 4
Bob and Tom(pg. 54-55) During Reading First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read
You can read this word because you know that s can stand for /s/, the I has the short vowel /i/, and p stands for /p/. What’s the word? s i p When you come to a new word, look at all the letters in the word and think about its vowel sound. Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word(Model reading cat, bit, and mop). When you come to a new word, what are you going to do?
Let’s read these words. Look at all the letters, think about the vowel sound, and say the sounds to yourself. We will read words with c, b, and short o. When I point to the word, let’s read it together. cabpotbib cotcap Bobtop What letter is this? What sound does it stand for?
When I read a sentence, I read each word without stopping between words. If I come to a word I don’t know, I blend it. Then I read the sentence again. I like to hop. I like the cap. You have a mop. Bob is a cat.
Did You Know? p. 58 Before Reading What do you know about dogs? Some dogs, called rescue dogs, are trained to save people. What do you know about rescue dogs? Now read the page aloud with me. Try to make your voice sound like mine as we read. During Reading: Choral Reading After Reading How do rescue dogs help people who are lost? How can dogs be good protection if you are hiking in the snow?
Amazing Words pastpresenttransportationproduceprotection Review meanings of words What do cows produce that we drink? What do you produce when you use paints on paper? What do rain clouds produce? What kinds of transportation are best for taking people from one end of the city to another? What kinds of transportation are best for taking poepl from one end of the country to another? Tell about something you did in the past that you don’t do in the present. Tell about something your parents did in the past that they don’t do in the present. Use each word in a sentence. Point to the letter p in each word. Point to the s in three of the words. Point to the t in three of the words.
Amazing Words( more practice ) People produce a lot of garbage. Why is this problem? Kids love to use their bicycles for transportation. Why is riding a bicycle fun? In the past, people made their own clothes. Why do you think people did that? In the present, we buy most things we need. Does this make life easier?
Shared Writing What do the children like about the horses? We can_________________.
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 5
Read these words TomyouBob havebittop cotwecap catyoubib popsobcab
Amazing Words pastpresentproduceproductiontransportation Review meanings of words Tell me about the pictures on pp. 42-45 using some of the week’s Amazing Words. Cows, produce milk. Name something that people produce milk. Have you ever used a horse or pony for transportation? Tell about it. What things can you do in the present that you couldn’t do in the past? How can dogs give your home protection?
Animals Help People p. 42-45 As you read, think about how animals help people. Where is the camel? Where is the cow? Where is the sheep? How do camels help people? How do you sheep help people? Are you wearing anything that is made from the wool of a sheep? We also read “What We Like” Find that. What did you learn about what animals give people? We also read “Bob and Tom”, a story about how two horses help people in a city. How do Bob and Tom help people? What did all the stories we read this week tell us about animals? What is the big idea?
Shared Writing What does a sheep have that we can use? What do chickens have? How can horses and dogs help people? Cows give us_____________. Chickens give us____________. Horses can________________. Dogs can___________________.