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1 1 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r Reading Unit of Study Grade 2 Unit 6 Readers have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners

2 Readers deal with polysyllabic words by decoding chunks, starting at the left and moving right. 1.Stop at a tricky word. 2.Move through the word part by part. 3.Read through the word to see if it makes sense with the letters in the word. 2 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r

3 Readers decode tricky words by using lots of different strategies at the same time. 1.Stop at a tricky word. 2.Try reading through the word chunk by chunk. 3.Try thinking about what word makes sense. 4.Make sure the beginning sound matches. 5.Reread the sentence and see if the word makes sense Hmmm, I wonder if I try to read this word this way……… 3 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r

4 RUS Unit 6 - Readers read with Word Power, Fluency, and by Building Vocabulary 4

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6 Readers plan for conversation during their private reading time by putting post-its on parts they want to talk about. 1.Stop at an interesting part in your book. 2. Put a post-it on this page. 3. Think, What do I want to share about this part with my partner. 6 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r

7 Readers help themselves remember by jotting their ideas on post-its. 1.Stop at an interesting part in your book. 2.Put a post-it on this part. 3.Think, What do I want to share about this part with my partner? 4.Jot down your idea on a post-it note. 7 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r

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10 Readers figure out unfamiliar words and phases by thinking about what would make sense. 1.Stop at a tricky word or phrase. 2.Think about what the author is telling you. 3.Think, What word would make sense? 10 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 5

11 Readers figure out unfamiliar words and phases by thinking about words they know that look like the tricky word. 1.Stop at a tricky word. 2.Think, What words do I know that look like this tricky word. 3.Try the word to make sure it looks like the tricky word… and makes sense. 11 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 6 The girl was a visitor to the class. Okay… so this is the word visit… and I know or... v is it tor ?? Does that make sense??

12 Readers figure out unfamiliar words and phases by reading on to use the context. 1.Stop at an unfamiliar word. 2.Think about what the other words around the unfamiliar word or phrase mean. 3.Now think, What could the unfamiliar word or phrase mean? 12 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 7 The fly was buzzing around the boy. Suddenly, he put his hand up and caught the fly.

13 Readers hold themselves accountable for understanding what their partners are talking about by restating what their partners said. 1.Listen to your partner talk. 2.Think about what your partner said and put it in your own words. 3.Now think what your partner said and put it in your own words. 13 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 8 So…you said Poppleton didnt act like you thought he would. What was different? Poppleton acted strange.

14 Readers hold themselves accountable for understanding what their partners are talking about by asking their partners questions. 1.Listen to your partner talk. 2.Think about what your partner said and ask their questions to help you understand what they are talking about. 14 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 9

15 Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP Readers grow their vocabulary by collecting and defining new words. 1. Stop at an unknown. 2. Think about what the word could mean by thinking about what is going on in the story. 3. Check to see if the meaning makes sense. 4. Jot down the new word. practical - something Pg. 2 that is useful abupt – something that pg 3 happens suddenly Uprooted – torn or pulled pg 4 out of the ground

16 Readers help themselves find synonyms to figure out tricky words by envisioning (picturing) what is going on in the story. 1. Stop at a tricky word. 2. Picture in your mind what is going on in the story at that moment. 3. Think of a synonym that would make sense for the tricky word. Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 12 16

17 Readers deal with new words by substituting the unfamiliar word with a synonym they already know. 1. Stop at an unfamiliar word. 2.Reread the sentence to see what word would make sense. 3.Think of a synonym for the unfamiliar word – try it out! Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 13 17

18 Partners hold each other accountable for text evidence by saying things like… * Can you show me the part where that happens? * Let me show you the part Im thinking of…., * For example, the part where… 1. Listen to your partner. 2. Ask your partner to show you evidence in their books to help you understand what they are saying. Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 14 18

19 Readers monitor comprehension by stopping to make sure they understand what they are reading and rereading when parts of the text is confusing. 1. Stop when the text becomes confusing. 2. Go back and reread the confusing part. 3. Think about what is going on in the story. 4. Continue reading. Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners TP 15 19

20 Readers Celebrate their reading growth. This month we focused on: * Word Power * Fluency * Building Vocabulary Grade 2 Unit 6-Readers Have Word Power, Build Their Vocabularies, and Talk Well With Partners -r


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