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My Sidewalks Third Grade Week 4 Day 1. Vocabulary Read Words 2 the Wise on page 85. Have students turn to p. 86-89 of the selection. What do you notice?

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1 My Sidewalks Third Grade Week 4 Day 1

2 Vocabulary Read Words 2 the Wise on page 85. Have students turn to p of the selection. What do you notice? Can you use the names of coins to tell what you see in any of these pictures? What kind of money do you see on the last page? This weeks concept is money. Coins and dollar bills are money. You may be given money for doing a job. People need money to buy things. Money! coin quarter dollar penny nickel

3 Look for Meaningful Word Parts: – As you say each word, ask yourself. Do I see any parts I know? Chunk words with No recognizable parts – Model how to chunk the word nickel to read it Model – I see a chunk at the beginning of the word: nick. I see a part at the end: el. I say each chunk slowly: nick el. I say the chunks quickly to make a whole word: nickel. Is it a real word? Yes, I know the word nickel. Read page 84 – Do you see any of the words we just learned ?

4 Word Work You already studied words like these. What do you know about reading them? What is the base word? What are the endings? What are the words. Now you will learn about spelling changes in some words with these endings. Campedcamping

5 Droppeddropping Write the word drop. Write another p at the end, and the ending –ed. As you write, say the word to yourself: dropped. Now say the word aloud.

6 Group practice TannedTanningBeggedBeggingStoppedStopping SkimmedSkimmingFlippedFlippingShippedShipping

7 Individual Practice TaggedTaggingRubbedRubbingGrabbedGrabbing ClippedClippingChoppedChoppingScrubbedscrubbing

8 Coins and Bills pp Before Reading pp Why do you think the boy is putting coins in his bank? Look at the coins on these pages. How are they alike? How are they different? Yes coins are worth different amounts of money. A penny is worth the least amount of money. A quarter is worth the most. p. 89 What is the woman doing? Yes, it looks like she has dollar bills. Lets read to find out about money. As you read, ask yourself: What is this mainly about? What am I learning? During Reading Why did the coins go plink, plank, plunk as Brad dropped them? How many cents is a penny worth? a nickel? A dime? Why was a quarter for two dimes and a nickel a fair swap? What are the different kinds of dollar bills? What words on the concept web could help you describe the pictures in this selection? After Reading What coin is worth the same as five pennies? How many nickels are worth the same as one dime? Which is worth more, one quarter or two dimes? How many cents is one dollar worth?

9 My Sidewalks Third Grade Week 4 Day 2

10 Paired Reading Read p. 88 switching readers for each sentence. Have partners reread; now the other partner begins.

11 Word Work Flipped flipping You can read words like these. What do you know about reading them? What is the base word? What are the endings? What are the words? Today we will learn about adding endings to base words that end in e.

12 Wipedwiping This is a word with the ending –ed added to the base word wipe. For many words that end in a vowel-consonant-silent e, the e is dropped before an ending is added. What ending was added to wipe after the e was dropped? Lets blend this word together: /w/ /i/ /p/ /t/, wiped.

13 Group practice HopedHopingSavedSavingBakedBaking SlopedSlopingPlacedPlacingChimedchiming

14 Individual practice PokedPokingHikedHikingBikedBiking ShinedShiningChangedChangingTradedTrading

15 Vocabulary A coin has pictures on it. Have you ever flipped a coin to see if it lands heads or tails? The heads on our coins are of men who have been Presidents of the United States. Do you know the names of any Presidents on our coins? What other things are pictured on our coins? Money! coin quarter dollar penny nickel

16 Comprehension Today you will read about how coins are made. Coins begin as shapes called blanks. When you read about making coins, pay attention to how blanks and coins are alike and how they are different. Keeping track of these likenesses and differences may help you understand the steps of the coin-making process. For example, I know that coins are made of metal. If I read that blanks are metal shapes, I know one way blanks and coins are alike. Both are metal. As you read Money Starts Here, pay attention to ways blanks and coins are alike. Look for ways that they are different from each other. Add these likenesses and differences to your graphic organizers.

17 Money Starts Here pp Before Reading pp The selection is about how our coins are made. What would you guess happens in this building? Yes, coins are made here in a place called the U. S. Mint. Why do you think the next picture shows a dime? pp There are several steps involved in the process of making coins. Look at the picture for Step 1. Can you tell what is going into the machine? You know coins are made of metal. This machine is called a press. It will do something to the metal. Then other presses or machines will do different things. Look at the machines in Steps 2, 3, and 4. What do you think happens in Step 4? pp What is happening in Step 5? What do you think the truck in Step 6 is doing? Yes, special trucks take the new coins away to banks. During Reading As we read, ask yourself; What am I learning about how coins are made? What is this mainly about? What is this mainly about so far? What does the press in Step 1 do? Then what happens to the blanks? Have you ever felt the bumps on the rims of dimes and quarters? What kind of machine makes the rims thick? When do the blanks become coins? What is a bad coin? What does the last machine do in Step 6? After Reading What did you learn about making coins? What was the selection mainly about? The selection described the steps that metal strips go through to become coins. It was mainly about how coins are made at the U. S. Mint.

18 My Sidewalks Third Grade Week 4 Day 3

19 Oral Reading Money starts Here pp Read pp Read them three or four times so your reading gets better each time.

20 Word Work Dripped You can read this word because you know that for many words ending with consonant-vowel- consonant, the last consonant is doubled before an ending is added. What is the base word? What is the word?

21 Naming flopping When you come to a new word, look for meaningful parts. If you see a part you know, like –ed or –ing, then look for a base word. Say the parts of the word to yourself and then read the word. When you come to a new word, what are you going to do?

22 Group Practice RobbedHatingWaggingSippedRakedJoking FiledSlammedFacingDrivingSkippingbragged Lets read these words. Look for meaningful parts and say the parts to yourself. We will read words with endings –ed and –ing. When I point to the word, lets read it together.

23 Vocabulary A coin has pictures on it. Have you ever flipped a coin to see if it lands heads or tails? The heads on our coins are of men who have been Presidents of the United States. Do you know the names of any Presidents on our coins? What other things are pictured on our coins? Money! coin quarter dollar penny nickel

24 Big Bill on the Move pp Before Reading pp98-99 What character do you see in the picture? The main character is a dollar bill. Bill is a cartoon character. pp What is the main doing with Bill? He hands Bill to store clerk. Then what happens? Three people have had Bill. Money changes hands many times. pp Look at these pictures. Do you think Bill will change hands again? During Reading As we read, ask yourself: What happens first, next, and last? Who are the characters so far? Who is Deb? Why does Deb hand Bill to the woman? What happens next? What happens last in the story? After Reading Who are the characters? What happens first? Next? How does the story end?

25 Response to Literature Take out your journals. Pretend you are Bill and tell about your adventures.


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