Presentation on theme: "UNIT 3 WEEK 3 DAY 3 Lead 21. Reinforce the Theme Page 10-11 Pig Pig Gets a Job What is the name of the job in this picture? What does a builder do? How."— Presentation transcript:
Reinforce the Theme Page 10-11 Pig Pig Gets a Job What is the name of the job in this picture? What does a builder do? How can a builder help in a community? How can having a job help Pig Pig? What are some other jobs in this selection? How do you think these jobs relate to the Theme Question- What makes a good community?
Descriptive Language Adjective: Help readers understand what is happening in a text. Adverb: Descriptive language that describes an action. Pg. 12-13 of Pig Pig Gets a Job: What might you see, hear, feel, and smell if you were fixing race cars? What does shiny mean? Replace proudly in this sentence: “ And we could call all those things… my JOB!” said Pig Pig proudly. LookHearFeelSmellTaste
Comprehension Skill Fantasy: A story about something that couldn’t really happen. The author’s purpose is to entertain. Realism: writing that tells about things that could really happen Page 6-7: Is this realism or fantasy? How do you know? What other things in the story couldn’t really happen?
Prepare to Read – Plot Plot is what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story, what the problem is, and how it is solved. Read pages 3-24 What happens in the middle and end of the story. Reread Pig Pig Gets a Job What happens in the beginning of the story? What clues tell you that this story is a fantasy? What descriptive words could you use to describe these pages?
Word Work- Phonics /ur/ spelled er, ir, ur, ear Read the following words together: burn, dirt, hurt, pearl, alert, shirt, spurt Use these blends to make words using word families irt, and urt. sp, sh, sk, bl, h, d
Word Work High Frequency Words outside school something Reread Decodable Reader 14: Silly Riddles Fluency pg. 180 “My First Job”
Spelling /ur/ spelled er, ir, ur, ear Put spelling words in correct place on chart. serve, first, nurse, earth, heard, world erirurear PersonStirBurnlearn
Grammar Verbs that tell something that is happening now or that happens regularly are in the present tense. Verbs that tell something that happened in the past are in the past tense. (past tense verbs usually end in –d or –ed) We look at pictures in our book every day. We looked at pictures in our book yesterday. The birds live in that nest. The birds lived in that nest.
Practice Grammar Add – d or –ed to the following verbs to make the word past tense. Then choose two verbs and write sentences in both the past and present tenses for each. play bake start wait jump skate
Write a Personal Narrative Personal Narrative has a beginning, middle, and end. First Draft: Write a personal narrative about learning to ride a bike. In the beginning, I’ll tell how surprised I was to get a bike for my birthday when I was eight. Then I’ll describe why the bike was so special. What should come next? I went to get my helmet, and then what? Who can add the next detail?
First Draft My aunt gave me a bike for my eighth birthday. I was so surprised! It was bright red, including the wheels. I could not wait to try it, so I ran and got my helmet. When I got it outside, I swung my leg over the bike. It was big! I almost did not fit. I was not sure how to get going on it. So I hopped along and tried to get up by myself. That was not a good idea! I asked my aunt to help me. She held onto the bike while I peddled. I fell a few more times, but I learned how to do it! Now, I need help to write an ending: I was so happy to be riding the bike! But then I saw the end of the road. I quickly learned how to use the brakes too!
Another Example: Prewrite Event: When Grandma’s cat had kittens. When? last summer Where? at Grandma’s house Details 1. We were there on vacation. 2. Sheba started acting funny. 3. Dad built her a bed of rags so she had a place to have the kittens. 4. She had seven kittens. The last one was Tippy. How it ended: Grandma kept Tippy and gave the rest of them away.
Draft Sheba’s Big Day Last summer, grandma’s cat had kittens. It was great cause we were on vacation visiting her. Sheba had her kittens the day we got there. She was acting strange. Dad helped her and built a bed of rags. Then she had her kittens. We named the last one Tippy. Grandma kept Tippy and gave the rest of them away. I can’t wate to visit grandma again. Do you think Tippy might have kittens too.