2VocabularyRead Words 2 the Wise on page 33. Have students turn to pp of the selection. What do you notice? Can you use the word trade to describe one of these pictures? This week’s concept is trading. To trade means “to give one thing to get another thing”. You might want to trade an apple for an orange. Some friends trade books.goodsmoneyLet’s Make a Tradeworthswaptrade
3Look for Meaningful Word Parts: As you say each word, ask yourself. Do I see any parts I know?Chunk words with No recognizable partsModel how to chunk the word money to read itModelI see a chunk at the beginning of the word: mon. I see a part at the end: ey. I say each chunk slowly: mon ey. I say the chunks fast to make a whole word: money. Is it a real word? Yes, I know the word money.Read page 32Do you see any of the words we just learned?
4Word WorkCapYou can read this word because you know when a word has a consonant-vowel-consonant pattern, this vowel usually stands for its short sound. What is the vowel sound? What is the word? Today we will read words with a consonant-vowel-consonant silent e pattern. In these words, the vowel stands for its long sound.This is an apron. What sound do you hear at the beginning of apron? Say it with me: /a/. This is the long a sound.
5This is an easel. What sound do you hear at the beginning of easel This is an easel. What sound do you hear at the beginning of easel? Say it with me: /e/. This is the long e sound.This is an uniform. What sound do you hear at the beginning of uniform? Say it with me: /u/. This is the long u sound.This is an ocean. What sound do you hear at the beginning of ocean? Say it with me: /o/. This is the long o sound.
6Write the letter patterns: a_e e_e i_e o_e u_e Now say each sound aloud, When you see a consonant-vowel-consonant-silent e pattern in a word, remember that the vowel usually stands for its long sound.
7This is how I blend this word: /m/ /a//d/, made. Now you try: /m//a//d/. The letter a makes the long a sound. The letter e is silent.MadeLet’s try the same thing with these wordsKiteHopeCuteCaneSceneBoneShadeGradeTheseWhiteStoneFlute
8Your turn Build Words: dune Game Nine Rule Code Side Date Shine Spade PruneChokeFrozewhilelifeSteveBuild Words: duneCan you blend this word?Write duneNow change the u in dune to i (What’s the new word?)Change the d in dine to i (What’s the new word?)Change the I in line to a (What’s the new word?)Change the a in lane to o (What’s the new word?)
9Give and Take pp 34-37Before Reading p. 34: What things are these people trading? Yes, they are giving one thing and taking another. They are not using money. p. 35: What chores, or jobs, are the people in this picture doing? Who do you think jobs are part of this selection? Why do people need to have jobs around the house? p What are the people in these pictures doing? Let’s read to find out who likes to trade. As you read, ask yourself: What is this mainly about? What am I learning? During Reading What kinds of things do people trade? Who likes to trade? What words on the concept web could help describe the pictures in this selection? After Reading What did you learn about trading and money? Do you think one kite is worth two packs of gum? What things would you trade with a pal?
12Word Workcap got usYou already can read these words that contain the consonants c, g, and s. What are these words? What sound does c stand for in cap? G in got? And s in us? Today we will learn other sounds that the letters c, g, and s, can stand for.
13ModelThis is a word with c followed by e. I know that the letter c usually stands for the sound /s/ when followed by e, I, or y. This is how I blend this word: /s/ /e/ /n/ /t/. Let’s blend this word together: /s/ /e/ /n/ /t/.c e n tRepeat with the words rage(explaining that the letter g often stands for /j/ when followed by e or i. Repeat with his, explaining that s can stand for /s/ or /z/,
14Group practice Gem Has Cent His Lace Rice Use Rose Race Twice Chose Let’s try the same thing with these wordsGemHasCentHisLaceRiceUseRoseRaceTwiceChoseTraceStageplace
15Individual Practice Cent Cell His Gel Face Dice Rage Pose Rise Those SliceSpaceTwiceBrace
16VocabularyGoods are things for sale or exchange. The goods for sale in a hardware store include tools. What goods are for sale in a clothing store? A swap is an exchange you make when you trade things. I made a swap of five pencils for one pen. Do you think a swap of one pencil for one pen would be fair? Explain. This week’s concept is trading. To trade means “to give one thing to get another thing”. You might want to trade an apple for an orange. Some friends trade books.goodsmoneyLet’s Make a Tradeworthswaptrade
17ComprehensionToday you will read about a tribe of people who traded goods. When you read the selection, it’s important to keep track of the sequence , or order of events because it may help you understand how the tribe made a trade. Sometimes, but not always, clue words tell when things happened: first, next, then, last.For example, if I read that first the tribe packed goods, I need to pay attention to the sequence to help me understand what the tribe packed goods. I need to pay attention to sequence to help me understand what the tribe did next.As you read, “ Tribes and Trades”, look for words that help you track the sequence of events that took place in making a tribe.(Possible graphic organizer: Add sequence words as you find them).
18Tribes and Trades pages 38-45 Before ReadingP38-41 The selection is about Native Americans who lived long ago. Native Americans lived in tribes. A tribe is a community of families. Look at the tribe in the picture. Where did this tribe live? Why do you think they lived by a lake? Do you see things in these pictures that the tribe might trade with other tribes?P What do you think the tribe is doing on p. 44?During ReadingAs we read ask yourself: What am I learning about tribes and trades? What is this mainly about? What did these tribes have to do in order to make a trade? What did you learn about the swap these tribes made?After ReadingWhat did you learn about tribes and trades? What was the selection mainly about? (Model how to summarize). The selection told details about goods a tribe had and things it lacked. It was mainly about how tribes made trades for goods.