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1Unit 4: Lesson 3 Kids Did It! in Business By,Judith E. RinardHp://www.opencourtresources.com
2Word Knowledge Line 1: newspaper software worldwide microwave Line 2: succeed success successful computecomputer computationLine 3: educate education educationalLine 4: make play paid cake drain mailLine 5: it’s she’s what’s I’m can’t
3SentencesSent 1: Adam, who lives in Newton, Massachusetts, has been catching those pesky “bugs,” mistakes or glitches in computer software programs that can make computers malfunction.Sent 2: But, Adam who started testing when he was eight, may be the youngest.Sent 3: The best part of the business? “Being able to do things like take my mom on a vacation to Walt Disney World,” says Marc.Sent 4: It’s true that ostriches can’t fly high in the air.
4Phonics & Fluency Line 1: hay play daily free Line 2: sea season pea beaconLine 3: lie vie cocoa JoeLine 4: hue quiet trailer degreeSent 1: Hot cocoa by a fire is a nice treat.Sent 2: When the radio is too loud, the dog barks.Sent 3: All day long they follow the swan boats and eatpeanuts.
5Selection Vocabulary1. malfunction- no longer works correctly; fail to operate.
62. profitable- gaining money after all the costs of doing business have been paid.
73. merchandise- goods that are bought and sold in business.
106. charity- a group that provides help to those in need.
11Match the words with the definition malfunction A group that provides help.profitable No longer works correctly.merchandise Money paid for doing a job.earnings Goods bought and sold inbusiness.donates Gaining money after all costs paid.charity Gives money or objects as gifts.
12Vocabulary Practice malfunction profitable merchandise earnings donates charityEbony plans to use her ___________for college.He donates 10 percent of his profits to a children’s _________.All of the _______ in the store costs less because there was a sale.The captain was afraid that the ship’s radio might __________ due to the storm.We sold lots of lemonade at our sidewalk stand, and our little business was very _________.He ________ 10 percent of his profits to a children’s charity.
13Have you ever….. Worked and earned money? Ever come up with a business idea?Ever dreamed you had your own business?Read stories about kids making money?
14Build BackgroundThe story you are about to read is expository text like you might find in a magazine.Expository texts give readers factual information that is interesting.In this story, 4 children and the business they created are profiled.A profile is a short, written sketch of a person.
15Preview and PrepareLet’s browse through our story, “Kids Did It! In business” and look for clues about the story, problems you may have while reading the story, and wonderings you have about the story.