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My Sidewalks Third Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 1
Vocabulary Read Words 2 the Wise on page 59. Have students turn to p. 60 of the selection. What do you notice? Can you use the word allowance to talk about this picture? Where is the boy in the picture on page 61? Can you use the word expensive to describe any picture? This weeks concept is smart saving. Smart saving is when someone has a plan for saving money. It is smart to save some of your money instead of spending all of it. Putting money in a bank is a smart way to save. Smart Saving amount allowance deposit savings expensive
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 deposit to read it Model – I see a chunk at the beginning of the word: de. I see a part in the middle: pos. I see a part at the end: it. I say each chunk slowly: de pos it. I say the chunks fast to make a whole word: deposit. Is it a real word? Yes I know the word is deposit. Read page 58 – Do you see any of the words we just learned ?
Word Work home fox You already can read words like these. What are the words? These words tell about one item: one home and one fox. Now we will talk about words that tell about more than one item.
Word Work homes foxes This word is foxes. It is formed from the base word fox and the ending –es. What sound do you hear at the end of foxes? (/z/). Say it with me: /z/. The letter s stands for the sound /z/. Lets blend this word together: fox es, foxes. (Foxes has two syllables) This word is homes. It is formed from the base word home and the ending –s. What sound do you hear at the end of homes? (/z/). Say it with me: /z/. The letter s stands for the sound /z/. Lets blend this word together: home s, homes.
Lets try the same thing with these words CatsdigsSendsDimesCodesBakes CubesPassesBenchesMixesBoxesWishes TaxesPunches
Individual Practice Bedsbumpsrotstuneslineshints dasheshissesprizesfixespitchescrunches
Build Words Write wishes – Can you blend this word? Write wishes. Now change the w to d. What is the new word? – Change the I in dishes to a. What is the new word? – Change the d in dashes to r. What is the new word? – Change the a in rashes to u. What is the new word? – Change the r in rushes to br. What is the new word?
Saving and Spending pp Before Reading p. 60 Why do you think the boy put money in his bank? What kind of money is in his bank? Yes, this kind of bank holds coins and bills. Coins and bills are cash. p. 61 What do you think the boy is doing in this kind of bank? Depositing cash in a bank is a smart savings plan. p. 62 Can you guess what this boy will do with his savings? Yes, if he saves enough money, maybe he will buy a bike. p. 63 What are the kids doing in these pictures? Maybe they use savings to help others. Lets read to find out why kids save money. As you read, ask yourself: What is the goal? How is the goal reached? During Reading What is the first thing Ben does with his money? What does Ben do when he gets a lot of cash? What do kids like Ben do with their savings? What words on the concept web could help you describe the pictures in this selection? After Reading Besides an allowance, how does Ben get cash? How does Ben know the amount of money he has saved? When Ben makes a deposit, what happens to the money? What does Ben have to do to get expensive things?
My Sidewalks Third Grade Unit 1 Week 3 Day 2
Paired Reading Saving and Spending p. 62
Word Work kicks You already can read a word like this that contains a base word and an ending. What is the ending? What is the base word? What is the word? Today we will learn about reading words with –ed and –ing added.
This is a word with the ending –ed added to the base word jumped. You can cover the ending, read the base word, and then blend the base word and ending to read the whole word. What is the word? Lets blend this word together: jump ed, jumped. (Repeat with jumping) jumped Repeat with rest and resting rest ed
Group Practice Lets try the same thing with these words. AskedAskingPackedPacking LimpedLimpingPrintedPrinting ChantedChantingTrickedTricking
Individual Practice Lets try the same thing with these words. HandedHandingBumpedBumping HintedHintingBrushedBrushing CheckedCheckingTrackedtracking
Vocabulary The words allowance, amount, deposit, expensive, and savings will be in the selection you are reading today. A deposit is money that person puts in a bank. A person can take money inside a bank and make a deposit. Can you think of anohter place someone could make a deposit at some banks? A deposit may be a check. What else could a deposit be? Smart Saving amount allowance deposit savings expensive
Sequence Today you will read about a girl who has saved a lot of money. When you read about her, its important to keep track of the sequence, or order of events because it may help you understand her savings plan. Pay attention to what happens to her money. For example, if I read that the girls saves her allowance, I need to pay attention to the first thing she does with her money. Then I need to follow the sequence of events to help me understand what she does after she has saved a large amount of money. As you read Put it the Bank, look for actions that help you track the sequence of steps the girl takes to set up a savings plan. Add these actions to your graphic organizer.
Put it in the Bank pp Before Reading p The selection is about a girl who gets an allowance. Where is the girl in these pictures? What is she doing with her allowance? Her bank is glass, so you can see the money she has put in it. p Where is the girl in these pictures? This is a different kind of bank than the girl has at home. What is in the boxes the girl has taken to the bank? Yes, she is putting her savings in the bank. p Notice what the girl is holding. What do you think it tells her? Yes the bank will keep track of the amount of money in her savings. During Reading As we read, ask yourself: What am I learning about saving money? What is this mainly about? Why does Beth take her cash to the bank in boxes? How does Miss Ashes help Beth? How does Beth know the amount of money in her deposit? What more did you learn about saving money? Yes, Miss Ashes helps Beth deposit her savings. What does Miss Ashes print out for Beth? After Reading What did you learn about saving money? What was the selection mainly about? (Model how to summarize) The selection told details about how Beth saved money at home and at a big bank. It was mainly about how she had a plan to save money.