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2 Lesson 8 Day 2 T

3 Read Aloud T

4 Question of the Day How do you let your family and friends know how you feel about things? When I _________, I am showing a feeling of ____________. T

5 Read Aloud T What is the purpose of reading a poem? for enjoyment You will enjoy the poem even more if you try to picture what is happening. Listen as I read. Listen for rhythm and the changes in my voice.

6 Read Aloud T What is happening in the poem? What mental picture does it create? How can you tell what the lion is doing? How do the author’s words tell you this? What are some of the rhyming words in the poem?

7 Phonics and Spelling found cow The ou in found and the ow in cow stand for /ou/. boil soy The oi in boil and the oy in soy stand for /oi/. T

8 Phonics and Spelling Identify the letters that stand for the /ou/ sound in each word. pound how down about south tower ou ow ou ow T

9 Phonics and Spelling It is sometimes difficult to know whether to use ou or ow in a word. Read these words: crowd, cloud. Spellings of many /ou/ words must simply be memorized. There are a few spelling patterns that may help you determine when to use ow and when to use ou. T

10 OW OW is almost always used when the /ou/ sound is at the end of the word, as in now and how. The letters ow are also used just before a final n, as in town and brown. T

11 OU OU usually comes before consonant combinations such as nt, nce, and nd. count pounce found T

12 Write the following words on your paper and underline the letters that stand for the /ou/ sound. gown loud round house bounce clown growl T

13 Build Robust Vocabulary communicate- When two people or animals communicate, they share information. Say the word with me, communicate. Do you communicate well with animals ? T

14 Build Robust Vocabulary flick- When you flick something, you move it or snap it quickly. Say the word with me, flick. Do you ever flick your tongue across your lips when you are nervous? T

15 Build Robust Vocabulary alert- If you alert people to something, you get their attention and let them know to be careful. Say the word with me, alert. How does a rattlesnake signal an alert when someone is too close? How might a ranger alert people? T

16 Build Robust Vocabulary signal- A signal is a sound or action that sends a message. Say the word with me, signal. What signal could you give a friend if you saw a sea turtle? T

17 Build Robust Vocabulary chatter- When animals chatter, they repeat their sounds quickly. Say the word with me, chatter. Why is it not a good idea to chatter in the library? What could visitors be saying as they chatter? T

18 Build Robust Vocabulary grooms- When an animal grooms itself, it makes itself neat and clean. Say the word with me, grooms. How do cats groom themselves? T

19 Build Robust Vocabulary Read page 226 with me. T

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21 Fluency Commas, periods, question marks, exclamation points, and quotation marks tell readers how long to pause, whether to read a sentence as a statement, a question, or an exclamation, and when someone else’s words are being used. Turn to page 239 in your book. Listen as I read this page paying close attention to punctuation. Now read this page with me. T238

22 Build Robust Vocabulary Two bull elks crash horns to see who is dominant. Dominant- The strongest or most powerful member of a group is dominant. Say the word with me, dominant. Which is dominant, a puppy or a grown cat? T239

23 Build Robust Vocabulary Two arctic hares hit each other because they are in a conflict. Conflict- If two animals are fighting, they are in a conflict. Say the word with me, conflict. Do you talk about a conflict, or argue about it? Think about dominant animals and some conflicts that they might get into. Describe an animal or a conflict, using vivid or precise words. T239

24 Robust Vocabulary The crocodile went charging home because its nest was in danger. charging- If an animal is charging, it is rushing or moving quickly towards something or someone. Say it with me, charging. If a strange dog were charging you, would you run or stand still? T219

25 Robust Vocabulary The ferocious crocodile protected the “water thick- knees” bird. ferocious- A ferocious animal is angry and dangerous. Say the word with me, ferocious. Are most dogs you know gentle or ferocious? Name some ferocious animals. Choose one of the ferocious animals and write a sentence about that animals. T219

26 Robust Vocabulary The ferocious crocodile protected the “water thick- knees” bird. ferocious- A ferocious animal is angry and dangerous. Say the word with me, ferocious. Are most dogs you know gentle or ferocious? Name some ferocious animals. Choose one of the ferocious animals and write a sentence about that animals. T219

27 DOL Our teacher is mrs lavell. dr Morris looked in my ear. T240 M. L D.

28 Grammar Mr. Ms. Dr. These are abbreviations of titles of people. St. Ave.Pl. These are abbreviations for types of streets. CAFLTX These are abbreviations of states. They are made with two capital letters and no period. T240

29 Grammar dr Malik Pinder 105 Wingate rd Trenton, nj Which word in line one is an abbreviation. What is wrong with it? Dr. Line 2? Rd. Line 3 NJ T240

30 Grammar Write your own address in envelope form. Write Mr. or Ms. with your name. WB pg. 27 T240

31 Writing A Description Uses vivid words that appeal to the senses. Uses precise words that give specific information about the topic. Uses different types of language. T241

32 Writing T241

33 Writing When you write a description, you use different types of language. Striking language grabs the reader’s attention, often using similes or metaphors. For example: Quick as a flash. Exact language uses precise words. For example: A golden lioness stood proudly. Language should suit the description. T241

34 Writing Cheetah Striking Language: (quick as a flash) Exact Language (runs) Natural Language: (fast) Beautiful Language (sleek) T241

35 Writing Choose a topic about an animal. Create a word web to brainstorm different words or phrases that are vivid and precise. T241


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