Presentation on theme: "Spelling Words Lesson 22 VCCV Words. VCCV ◦ Vowel-Consonant-Consonant-Vowel In most VCCV words ◦ the syllable break occurs between the two consonants."— Presentation transcript:
Spelling Words Lesson 22 VCCV Words
VCCV ◦ Vowel-Consonant-Consonant-Vowel In most VCCV words ◦ the syllable break occurs between the two consonants in the middle of the word Accent my be on the first or second syllable of the word
Little by Little Written by Jean Little Illustrated by Allen Garns genre ◦ autobiography ◦ a person’s story of his or her own life
Question of the Day Jean’s teacher, Miss Marr, had had a disease called polio, which can make it hard for a person to move around. How would you react if your teacher couldn’t move easily? In your notebook! Do not answer the question right away. Think about it for a minute, then write your answer. Be prepared to share and discuss.
Vocabulary 1. polio 2. immobility 3. despised 4. dismay 5. decipher 6. astonished In your notebook! Find the Vocabulary List section and point to it. Let’s start our vocabulary introduction by writing down our new vocabulary words.
Set the Purpose Read to understand ◦ I’ll read to find out why Jean Little has a difficult first day of school. In your notebook! Find the Set the Purpose section and point to it. Let’s discuss how this tool can help you.