Presentation on theme: "Lesson 17, Day 3. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Where would you play with an elephant? What."— Presentation transcript:
Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Where would you play with an elephant? What would you do? When I give you the signal, turn and talk with your partner using the stem below. I would take an elephant to ______. We would ________.
Objective: To listen for a purpose. To recognize the pattern of a rhyme. Read Aloud Read Aloud “Elephant Song” Big Book of Rhymes and Poems
Objective - To read high frequency words. Word Wall: buy money paint would make family watch join they
Objective: To substitute phonemes to make new words. Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Substitution
Word Building Objective: To build and blend words with -le and other known letter-sounds. ridd im le ddle puddle puzzle dazzle
Objective: To spell spelling words and high frequency words. hand handle wig wiggle single little turn girl by room
buy carry money other paint paper would High-Frequency Words Objective: To read high-frequency words.
Adding Endings Root Word chip shop spot plan Double Consonant, Add ed chipped shopped spotted planned Double Consonant, Add ing chipping shopping spotting planning
The school bus stopped. Meg hopped on. She planned to sit by herself. Meg saw a new girl sitting in the back. The new girl looked up and grinned. Meg started grinning, too. Meg dropped her bag. She flopped down next to the girl. By the time they stepped off the bus, they were friends.
Main Idea Main idea is what the story is mostly about. What is the main idea of “Jungle Fun?” What is the main idea of “Can Elephants Paint?” Objective: To recognize the main idea.
Objective: To develop robust vocabulary by discussing ideas and situations. Robust Vocabulary rejoice predicament extraordinary
If you rejoice, you show that you are very happy. rejoice The children rejoice by jumping up and down.
rejoice The artist began to rejoice when she saw that Lucky could paint. What birthday present would make you rejoice?
predicament If you have a predicament, you have a serious or difficult problem. He is in a predicament because his head is stuck between the bars.
predicament Ning and Lucky were in a predicament when all the trees were cut, and they had no way to make money. Would you be in a predicament if you go to school on time or if you lost your homework?
Something extraordinary is something that is very unusual or remarkable. extraordinary The man painted an extraordinary picture on the wall.
extraordinary People thought that the elephants’ art was extraordinary. Would it be extraordinary to see a monkey play a musical instrument?
Objective: To recognize possessive proper nouns Possessives That elephant’s trunk can hold a brush. Lucky’s painting is beautiful. * Words like his, her, and hers, can take the place of naming words and also show ownership. His trunk can hold a brush. Her painting is beautiful. The painting is hers.
Possessives Luckys trunk picked up the brush. Her trunk is strong. The painting is her. The mans job was in the jungle. The elephants needed his help. Objective: To recognize possessive proper nouns
May 15, 2008 Dear Bill, I went to an art show today. I saw amazing paintings made by elephants. Did you know that elephants can paint? Your friend, Sasha Objective: To understand the purpose of each part of the friendly letter. Friendly Letter
Objective: To understand the purpose of each part of the friendly letter
Tell a Message Draw and write about the kind of art you like to look at or make. Write a letter to a friend about this kind of art. Objective: To understand the purpose of each part of the friendly letter