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Lesson 7 Day 2 T38. Question of the Day  What questions would you like to ask a police officer? (Think: a police officer’s job is to protect the community.

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1 Lesson 7 Day 2 T38

2 Question of the Day  What questions would you like to ask a police officer? (Think: a police officer’s job is to protect the community and to help people)  I would ask a police officer _________. (Write at least 2 or more questions you would ask.) T138

3 Read Aloud  I am going to read a poem called “Officer Joe”.  Why might people listen to or read a poem?  for enjoyment T38

4 Read Aloud T138 Transparency 45

5 Read Aloud  What words in the poem are often repeated?  Officer Joe  How do you know the children in the class are enjoying the visit from Spot and Officer Joe?  they pet Spot; they will think of Spot and Officer Joe when they see a police dog T139

6 Phonics/Spelling  chinwhereship  Which word has the /ch/ sound as chop?  whatitchshoulder  Which word has the /ch/ sound?  What letters can stand for the /ch/ sound?  This week’s spelling words have the consonant patterns: ch, tch, sh, or wh. When words have these patterns, the consonants combine to form a sound different from the sound that each letter makes on its own.  siphipship  Ch and tch are both pronounced /ch/. T140 transparency R46 Practice Book pg. 55

7 Vocabulary turn to page  1. scent: A scent is the smell of something. Please say the word and the definition with me. Is a scent something you can touch, or something you can smell?  2. wanders: A person who wanders travels without planning where he or she is going. Please say the word and the definition with me. How does someone who wanders move?  3. whined: If someone or something whined, it gave a long, high cry. Please say the word and definition with me. What creature or object have you heard that whined? T

8 Vocabulary cont.  4. obey: When you obey, you do what you are told to do. Please say the word and definition with me. What is something that you have to obey?  5. demonstrate: When you demonstrate something, you show how it works or how it is done. Please say the word and definition with me. If I demonstrate something for you, what am I doing?  6. patrol: People patrol an area to watch over and guard it. Please say the word and definition with me. Who would you expect to patrol a neighborhood?  Read page 198 in your reading books. T

9 Vocabulary cont.  1. Why do you think a dog can smell a scent after a person is gone?  2. How far away can a dog see something that wanders by?  3. How could a dog hear a child who whined?  Read page 199 in your reading book. T143

10 Vocabulary cont.  4. What commands might a dog learn to obey?  5. What is a skill a dog could demonstrate?  6. Why would a police officer want to patrol with a dog?  Later in our reading groups, we will read “Aero and Officer Mike”. T143 Practice Book pg. 56

11 Check Comprehension  Fact and Opinion  A fact tells about something that can be seen or proved.  An opinion helps readers understand more about a particular topic.  Turn to page 57 in your practice book. T38

12 Fluency  Remember that good readers, like you, make their reading sound like regular conversation by paying attention to punctuation and grouping words that belong together.  Look at pages of “Aero and Officer Mike”. I want you to track as I read the opening paragraph. Please pay attention to how I pause at punctuation and put groups of words together.  Your turn: Take turns reading the next 2 paragraphs with your partner. Pay attention to your phrasing. T154

13 Vocabulary  Aero can accompany Officer Mike anywhere he goes. Accompany: When you accompany someone, you go someplace with him or her. Please say the word and definition with me. Where might children accompany their parents: the grocery store, or to an adult fancy- shmancy party?  Aero is the most competent dog I have ever seen. Competent: If you are competent, you are good at what you are doing. Please say the word and definition with me. Who has to be especially competent: a doctor performing an operation or a baby taking a nap?  Who would be the most competent to do the following jobs: fly an airplane, fix a cavity, explore the moon?  With your partner, compose a list of places a dog can accompany you and places a dog cannot accompany you. Work for about 2 minutes. T154

14 DOL  Mrs. smith asked mike a question.  let’s go to the Park after lunch. T156 SM Lp

15 Grammar  I need volunteers to read the following sentences: The man walked down the street. Mr. Baker walked down Main Street.  What are the nouns in the first sentence?  Man, streetThese are common nouns. A common noun names any person, place, or thing.  What are the nouns in the second sentence?  Mr. Baker, Main StreetThese are proper nouns. A proper noun names a particular person, place, or thing.  The first sentence says man, but the second sentence says the name of a man, Mr. Baker. Proper nouns are capitalized to show that they are proper nouns. T156

16 Grammar Practice  The boy was born in China.  There is one common noun and one proper noun in this sentence. Please identify the nouns and tell me if they are common or proper.  boy, common; China, proper  How can you tell that China is a proper noun?  Your turn: Please write 2 sentences. Each sentence should have both a common and a proper noun. When you are finished, we will take turns and share with the class. Work for about 2 minutes. T156

17 Writing  How-to writing gives specific steps to follow, so that people can do a project, cook something, or make something.  Like most paragraphs, how-to paragraphs begin with a topic sentence to let readers know what the paragraph is about.  Let’s add this item to our list of characteristics of how-to writing. T157

18 Writing cont. How-To Paragraphs How-To Paragraphs  Include materials needed  Include, in order, details that explain how to do a specific activity  Use words that show sequence, such as first, next, and then  Include a topic sentence T156

19 Writing cont.  How-to writing often gives instructions that ask people to do multiple (more than one) things. For example, a sentence in a how-to paragraph might say, Raise your hand to make your dog sit, and then give him a treat to reward him. When the person is asked to do 2 related things, cutting the sentence in two helps make the sentence more clear for the reader. T156

20 Writing cont.  Good writers often brainstorm a list of ideas they would like to write about before they settle on one.  Let’s revisit your lists from yesterday.  Choose one idea from your list and write at lease 5 steps describing how to do the activity. T156


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