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1 Compiled by Susan Mumper Unit 1 ReviewCompiled by Susan Mumper
2 Home Realism and Fantasy Vowel Digraphs: ay, ai, ea Setting and CharacterPrefixes and SuffixesCompound WordsAuthor's PurposeSentencesDictionary/GlossaryDaily TasksSequenceVowel Diphthongs: ou, oiConsonants, medial in VCCV wordsDraw ConclusionsThemePluralHomonymsGenre
3 Realism and FantasyA realistic story tells about something that could happen.A fantasy story could never happen.Some stories are mostly realistic, but they may include events that are fantasy. As you read, ask yourself, "Could this really happen?"
4 Listen to the story, then we will fill in this chart together using information from the story to show some events that are realistic and some that are fantasy.What’s RealWhat’s NotHome
5 SequenceSequence is the order in which things happen in a story—what happens first, next, and last.Sometimes a writer uses clue words like first, next, and in the morning. Sometimes a writer does not. Then you can tell the order by picturing in your mind what is happening.
6 Listen as I read the story Listen as I read the story. Then we will fill in the graphic organizer together.TitleCharacters:Setting:1. First2. Next3. Then4. LastHome
7 seal wait goat Long Vowel Digraphs Vowels can stand for long or short sounds.seal wait goatWhat vowel sound do you hear in seal?How many vowels do you see in seal?What vowel sounds do you hear in wait and goat?How many vowels do you see in each word?
8 When I see two vowels in a row, I try saying the long vowel sound of the first vowel. I don't say the second vowel at all. I just need to remember two tricky letters.Both y and w can be consonants or vowels. When they come at the end of a word or syllable, they are vowels, so ay and ow are both vowel pairs.
9 Let’s read these words and underline the vowel digraphs. approachdefeatstreamerbetweenrainbowdismayoverflow
10 Read these sentences, point out the vowel digraphs, and say the vowel sound the digraph stands for. When the boat's motor broke, we had to row it.Ellen is not afraid to swim in the bay.Dean, don't ride the bike in the street.Home
11 join round Vowel Diphthongs Two vowels together can stand for one soundjoin roundWhich letters in join are vowels?What vowel sound do you hear in join?Which letters in round are vowels?What vowel sound do you hear in round?
12 I know that two vowels together can stand for the long sound of the first vowel, but there is another possibility.Sometimes two vowels together stand for a new sound.Each vowel contributes to the new sound.The vowel diphthongs oi and oy stand for /oi/. The vowel diphthongs ou and ow often stand for /ou/.When I read words with ou, ow, I try saying /ou/.When I read words with oi and oy, I say /oi/.
13 Read these words then underline the vowel diphthongs. royalaloudavoidfrowningreboundtowerDetroitdestroy
14 Read the sentence point out the words with vowel diphthongs, and say the sound each team stands for. Our neighbors have been playing noisy music for an hour.Do you want to hang around at my house?How loyal are you to your friends?Home
15 Character and SettingThe setting is when and where a story takes placeA writer may tell you the setting, or you may figure out the setting from details.A character is a person who takes part in the events of a story.Writers tell some things about characters. You can also figure out about characters by their words and actions.
16 Listen as I read this story then we will fill in the graphic organizer together. CharactersSettingHome
17 happen lettuce basket Phonics What do you notice about this word? The a is followed by two consonants (pp).Can you find the same pattern in these words?lettuce basketHome
18 Base Words and EndingsEndings can be added to base words to change their meaning.swim/swimming save/savedhappy/happier/happiest.Some base words change when the endings -ed, -ing, -er, and -est are added.How did swim change when -ing was added?How did save change when -ed was added?How did happy change when -er and -est were added?
19 Some words with endings are easier to read when I figure out what the base word is. Sometimes I can just cover the ending to find the base word, but sometimes the base word was changed to add the ending. That's when I remember the rules for adding endings.If a word ends with one consonant and one vowel, double the final consonant.If a word ends with silent e, drop the e.If a word ends with y, change y to i before adding -ed, -er, or -est.
21 Let’s read these words and tell what change, if any, was made when the ending was added. hottestluckierbelievingforgettingworriedbeginningdecideddrier
22 Let’s read these sentences, point out the words with endings, and name the base words. We are planning on taking the sailboat out as soon as it gets windier.The cutest kitten is the one with the fuzziest fur.Jon and Jill raced to the fence and then hopped back on one foot.Home
23 Draw ConclusionsA conclusion is a decision you reach after you think about details and facts.As you read, think about the details and facts and use what you already know to draw conclusions about characters and the things that happen.
24 Martha baked a peach pie. It disappeared from the pie plate Martha baked a peach pie. It disappeared from the pie plate. The dog had pie crumbs on his nose. What can you conclude about what happened to the pie.Home
25 Vocabulary Strategy for Compound Words Word Structure –When you are reading you may come across a long word.Look closely at the word. Do you see two small words in it?It may be a compound word. You may be able to use the two small words to help you figure out the meaning of the compound word.For example goatseller is a person who sells goats.
26 Downtown Divide the compound word into its two small words Think of the meaning of each small word and put the two meanings together.Try the new meaning in the sentence. Does it make sense?Read "At the Market" Use the p Find as many compound words as you can.Home
27 Theme The theme of a story is what it is all about. Another phrase for theme is main idea.So if you are asked about the theme of a story remember it is the main idea.Home
28 Author's Purpose Ask your self why did the author write this story. Was it to:Entertain – for your enjoymentInform – give you informationTeach a lesson – teach you a life or character lessonRemember there can be more than one purpose for a story.Home
29 Plurals -s, -esTo create plurals for most words, only the letter s needs to be added.If a word ends in ch, sh, or ss, the letters es must be added to create the plural.For words that end in y, that final y must be changed to i before adding es.
30 plant plantsinch inchespenny penniesWhat is the difference in each pair of words?
31 On a piece of paper list the 10 plural words On a piece of paper list the 10 plural words. Then next to each plural write the singular form of the word.pennies pennyHome
34 The trees have green apples. FThe baker puts spices in the apple pie.FHome
35 Vocabulary Strategy for Unfamiliar Words Glossary or Dictionary –You can use a glossary or a dictionary to find the meaning of a word you don't know.A glossary appears at the back of a book and lists important words from that book and their meanings.A dictionary is a separate book that lists words and their meanings, as well as other information about the words.The words in a glossary or a dictionary are listed in alphabetical order.
36 Look at the first letter in the word. Turn to the section for that letter in the glossary or dictionary.Read the entry for the word. If the word has more than one meaning, decide which meaning you think fits in the sentence.Try that meaning in the sentence to see if it makes sense.Home
37 HomonymsSometimes when you are reading, you may see a word you know, but the meaning you know doesn't make sense in the sentence.The word might be a homonym.Homonyms are words that are pronounced and spelled the same but have different meanings.For example:BatHome
38 GenreGenre is the type of story you are reading. Let’s match the stories we have read with their genre.
40 Daily task 1With a partner read Salt Lick Boom Town, or Mr. Post’s Class and fill in the graphic organizer.Independently complete RWB p. 6 for a grade.With your team work on your stationIndependently read books from your bag of books and take AR testsHome
41 Daily task 2With a partner work on digging through the dictionary. Each of you pick a separate spelling word for each side of your paper.Independently work do RWB p. 17 for a gradeWith your team work on your stationIndependently read books from your bag of books and take AR testsHome
42 Daily task 3With a partner read Boom Town and complete the graphic organizer.Independently work do RWB p. 9 for a grade.With your team work on your stationIndependently read books from your bag of books and take AR testsHome
43 Daily task 4With a partner read My Rows and Piles of Coins and complete the graphic organizer.Independently work do RWB p. 19 for a grade.With your team work on your stationIndependently read books from your bag of books and take AR testsHome
44 Daily task 5With a partner read Alexander and complete the graphic organizer.Independently work do RWB p. 26 for a grade.With your team work on your stationIndependently read books from your bag of books and take AR testsHome