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1 Lesson 7 Day 3 You will need your reading book, a pencil, and paper. T158

2 Question of the Day  Besides police work, what jobs do working dogs do?  Some jobs that working dogs do are __________. T158

3 Read Aloud  We are going to reread the poem “Officer Joe”  Why someone might want to read or listen to a poem again?  They enjoyed it the first time.  They want to review something about it. T158

4 Read Aloud T158 Transparency R45

5 Phonics/Spelling  Remember that some consonants combine to represent a single sound.  sharp chef  Listen as I read these words, and then I want you to repeat them after me.  The sh in words is almost always pronounced /sh/ as in sharp.  The ch in words can sometimes be pronounced as /sh/ as in chef. The ch can also be pronounced /ch/ as in chin. When you see a word with the ch, you should try the more common /ch/ sound first. If that does not make a word you know, try the /sh/ sound. T160

6 Phonics/Spelling  chefchinWhich word has the /sh/ sound?  chef  washwatchWhich word has the /sh/ sound?  wash  I want you to read the rest of these words, and find the one in each row that has the /sh/ sound.  chopsharp  machine peach  chance shark  pitchmarsh  shame much T160 Transparency R48

7 Fluency  Good readers, like you, use commas and periods as places to pause. This makes you sound as if you are just talking in natural conversation. Remember to:  make short pauses at end punctuation marks such as periods, exclamation points, and question marks.  make very brief pauses at commas.  think about words that belong together as one idea.  Follow along on page 204-205 as I read aloud. Please listen to the way I use punctuation to group words into meaningful phrases and follow the natural phrases of the story.  Let’s look at page 206. I will demonstrate how to read aloud using phrases, and I want you to imitate me. T162

8 Fluency cont.  Your turn: With your partner, reread your favorite passage from “Aero and Officer Mike”. Remember to use punctuation to tell you when to pause and then make sure that words that belong together are said as a phrase, without a pause.  I want you to read page 207 with your partner, remembering to use punctuation and phrasing as you read. I want each partner to have at least 3 turns to read the page, so you will have about 5 minutes to work. T162

9 Fact and Opinion  Remember that a fact is something that can be proved. An opinion is someone’s idea, feeling, or thought about a topic.  Look at page 215. Is the sentence “They both love being police officers.” a fact or an opinion? Why?  Opinion: It tells how Officer Mike and Aero feel.  Look at page 203. Is the sentence “They are gentle pets that like to have their tummies scratched.” a fact or an opinion? Why?  Opinion: It tells what the author thinks about police dogs and what she thinks the police dogs like.  Look at page 207. I want you to read to find what the author thinks about Aero.  She thinks he is very loyal and wants to obey Officer Mike. T163

10 Fact/Opinion cont.  Remember that using a graphic organizer can help you keep track of the facts and opinions you find in your reading.  Copy this chart on your paper. FactOpinion T163 Areo had to walk over a large, open grating. Areo was brave and trusted his partner.

11 Reading: Paired Selection turn to page 218-219  Genre Study: “It’s About Dogs” has two examples of poems.  Look at the titles and illustrations.  Poetry has certain features that make it different from other kinds of writing.  short lines instead of sentences  stanzas instead of paragraphs  rhythmic language and sometimes a rhyming pattern T164

12 SE pages 218-219

13 Respond to Poetry  Why do you think the speaker says “She’s my eyes” about the dog in “Guide Dog”?  The dog “sees” things for her owner and helps him get around.  Why do you think these two poems ere selected to be read together?  They are both about unique features of dogs.  How are the speakers of the two poems different?  In “Guide Dog,” the owner is the speaker. In “ A Beagle Speaks of Noses,” the dog is the speaker. T164

14 Connections Turn to page 220-221  In what ways is Aero like the dog described in the poem “Guide Dog”?  Both are black and tan. Both have important jobs to do. Both work well with their human masters.  TT- Text to Text T166-167

15 Connections Turn to page 220-221  What would you like about having a dog like Aero live with you? What might be difficult about it?  I would feel proud to have a dog that helped other people. It would be difficult to know that my dog could be in a dangerous situation.  TS- Text to Self T166-167

16 Connections Turn to page 220-221 How do k-9’s help make the world a better place?  To help keep people safe. They use their sense of smell to do some jobs that are difficult for people to do.  TW- Text to World T166-167

17 Vocabulary  Babble: Would a baby or an adult be more likely to babble? Explain. Does someone who babbles make sense? Does someone who babbles make sense?  Suspicious: What clues would make you suspicious that your sister was borrowing your clothes without asking? Are you suspicious of new foods? Why? Are you suspicious of new foods? Why?  Scent: What is your favorite scent in the kitchen? Is there a scent that brings back a good memory? Tell about it. Is there a scent that brings back a good memory? Tell about it. T168-169

18 Vocabulary cont.  Wanders: Is someone who wanders down the street likely to be in a hurry to get somewhere? Explain. Would it be sensible to wander away in the woods? Why or why not?  Whined: would your mother let you stay up past your bedtime if you whined to her? Explain. Is whining a good way to get what you want? Explain.  Obey: what is an important classroom rule that you must obey? Why should people who use the roads obey rules? T168-169

19 Vocabulary cont.  Demonstrate: What skills might people demonstrate in a talent show? What skill could you demonstrate?  Patrol: Why would a mother cat patrol the area around her kittens? Who patrols in school? T168-169

20 Vocabulary cont.  Accompany: Does someone accompany you to school? Who is it? Have you accompanied a pet to the vet? Tell about it.  Competent: Why would you want someone competent to build your house? Should all workers be competent? Explain. T168-169

21 Synonyms and Antonyms  Remember that a synonym is a word with the same meaning and an antonym is a word with the opposite meaning.  Thinking about synonyms and antonyms will help you figure the meaning of unfamiliar words.  Listen as I read aloud from “Animals and Their Trainers.”  Mr. Ramirez doesn’t punish. He wants the animals to have a good time. When the animal does what it’s supposed to do, it gets a reward.  If I did not know the meaning of the word punish, I could read on to see its antonym, reward. T170

22 Synonyms and Antonyms cont.  Please read the following sentences and find a synonym or antonym for each underlined word. I also want you to tell me if the word is a synonym or an antonym for the underlined word.  1. The raindrops were glistening on the leaves. They looked like shining diamonds.  (shining; synonym)  Do not ignore your homework. When you neglect to practice, your grades go down.  (ignore; synonym)  Over time, Thomas learned the math concepts and eventually he earned an A.  (over time; synonym) T171

23 Synonyms and Antonyms cont.  I want you to draw a chart like the following one. We will fill in the chart as we read a paragraph. SynonymAntonym rebuked smirked hoodwinked T171

24 Synonyms and Antonyms cont.  Ms. Jolly praised Jared for his hard work. Last week she had rebuked him for not completing his paper. Then he had smirked. Now he smiled. Last week he thought he had hoodwinked her, but she knew that he had tricked her. SynonymAntonym rebuked smirked hoodwinked T158 praised smiled tricked

25 T154 Practice page 57 Areo likes the words “Good Dog” Areo can run about 40 miles an hour. Aero likes children. Both Aero and Officer Mike love being a police officers. Officer Mike can communicate with Aero using hand signals. He does not like them; he is scared of them.

26 Study Guide Aero likes the words “good dog”. It has facts, headings, photographs. He will jump it. He is a trained police dog. Areo is a police dog that helps Officer Mike. They both are police officers. Protect Officer Mike. Areo’s good sense of smell.

27 DOL  Sara and lewis went to ruff’s pet store.  mrs. Smith helped us bake cookies at my house. T172 LRPS M

28 Grammar  Proper nouns name particular people, animals, places, or things. A proper noun begins with a capital letter.  Officer Mike can talk to Aero in different ways.  Find the proper nouns in the sentence and explain how you know they are proper nouns.  Officer Mike; Aero: They begin with capital letters.  ***Titles like Officer, Doctor, Dr., Mr., Miss, Ms., Mrs. are titles and are part of the person’s name. They are always capitalized. T172

29 Grammar cont.  Look through page 211 of “Aero and Officer Mike” and identify the proper nouns you see.  Aero, Dr. Morse  ***Don’t get confused by the words that are capitalized because they are at the beginning of a sentence. Proper nouns are capitalized because they name a special person, place, animal, or thing. T172

30 Grammar cont.  Your turn: I want you to write your own sentence that uses two proper nouns. Remember to use correct capitalization. When you finish, trade papers with your partner and let your partner find the proper nouns and circle them. T172

31 Writing  Remember that how-to writing gives the reader detailed information about how to do or make something. For some activities, they might need something to be a particular size or shape. Some how-to paragraphs might include measurements or dimensions that tell the reader exactly what size and shape something should be.  Also remember that how-to paragraphs have a topic sentence that names (tells) the project.  I want you to write a topic sentence telling what you will be teaching your reader to do in your how-to paragraph. Remember to use the activity you chose yesterday.  Now it’s time to write the step-by-step instructions in paragraph form. Include all the details you can think of as you write and order the steps correctly.  Remember that it is easier for your reader to understand shorter sentences that only contain one step. T173

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