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Friday September 18 th Lesson 4, Day 5
Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: What is your favorite farm animal? Why? When I give you the signal, turn and talk with your partner using the stem below. My favorite farm animal is ______. I like ______ because ______.
Objective: To recognize a poet’s purpose Read Aloud “Chanticleer”
Objective – To read high frequency words. Word Wall: get yes oh soon no late so these home them where there then
Objective: To identify medial sounds in words Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Isolation
Phonograms will - pill bit - sit Write the initial sound in each rhyme illit _ill _it
Spelling Test Time Name_____________Date______ 1.___________9.____________ 2.___________10.___________ 3._________________________ 4._________________________ 5._________________________ 6._________________________ 7._________________________ 8._________________________
Words to Know no oh get soon let’s yes now late home Objective: To read high-frequency words.
Book! Book! Book! Get Up, Rick! There’s A Billy Goat in the Garden Beginning Middle Ending
Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations. Robust Vocabulary ambled politely pouted considerate routine unexpected
If someone was considerate enough to buy you a present, how would you respond politely? Explain. A family member has made a list of routine chores for you to do on Saturday morning. What chore would make you pout. You just received an unexpected visit from your favorite TV star. Would this cause you to amble about or jump up and down?
Would this make you pout or smile? If it would make you pout show me a pouting face, if not, smile. A broken toy Waiting in a long line Going to the park Saying good-bye A new toy Friends not sharing
I will name some places. If you think that you would amble there then walk slowly in place. If not, stand still. A pretty park A block from the bus stop where the bus is leaving Finish line of a race A street with many window displays
Objective: To compose sentences with telling parts Sentences have a naming part and a telling part. Who or what is this sentence about? Something is missing! What is it? Rick