Phonemic Awareness and Phonics: Lesson 3 - Part 1

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The objectives of this lesson are:
1) practice reading tricky words "I", "you", "your", "street", "my", "by", "have", "all", "who', "no", "go", "so", "are", "were", "some", "they" and "their"
2) learning to spell and write one-syllable words using letter-sound correspondences, using the Individual Code Chart
3) reading and understanding the decodable text that has the sounds we are learning: the magical "e", "ee", "ea"
4) answering questions that show what you know about the stories you have read
5) acknowledging differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking different voices for each character when reading dialogue aloud
Unit 2
Lesson 4
2. What are our learning targets?


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| by, have, all, who, no, go, so, i words.
L are, were, some, they, their | |
| ‘Spell and write one-syllable To be able to sound out : | can decode (sound out) .
words using the letter-sound | words to write or lookin my words to write.
correspondences, using the code chart for sounds if | fh |
| Individual Code Chart need help. i |
| Read and understand 1 So | can read Bedtime Stories _| can read the stories 7
decodable text that has the | and other books that have independently (by myself)!
letter sounds we are learning: — magic e, ee and ea words! I
! MAGIC e, ee, ea | ! |
“Ask and answer questions : To be able to show what | ~ I can answer AND ask 1
who, what, where, when, why, | know about stories we have _— questions about the story we _
how), to show | remember | read. read! |
| the details and/or facts of a | 1 |
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! icrroniedes differences in the To be able to tell what
points of view of characters, | different characters are
| including by speaking in a | thinking and saying.
different voice for each |
character when reading |
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I can show which character is
speaking or thinking ina story.
4. Tricky Words
Tricky Word: all
e Expected: the letters ‘Il’ is SOC /\/.
*Tricky: the letter ‘a’ is pronounced /aw/,
not /a/.
Tricky Word: who
e Expected: the letters ‘wh’ is pronounced
*Tricky: the letter ‘o’ is pronounced /oo/,
not /o/.


| will give you clues and you guess
the tricky word!
6. I you your
street they
are have pb
were sO y
my who =o
some their
7. “* There are special punctuation
marks we use when writing to
show a person is speaking (in a
story when people are speaking we
call this dialogue)!
8. Quotation Marks
9. Jane said, | can run.
Frank said, We like cake.
James said, Let’s go skating.
Pete said, Do you like frogs?
Worksheet 4.1
Put Worksheet 4.3 in your homework folders to take home.
11. Let’s look at our

Small Group:
“The Jumping Frog”
13. Today’s story is the first part
of a two-part story. This story
is an example of another
type of fiction called a
trickster tale.
A trickster tale is a story

14. com / pete
prob / lem
15. Challenging Vocabulary
—in earlier times, the
unsettled American frontier
was referred to as the West.

16. Purpose for Reading
*Pay special attention whenever you
see quotation marks in the story. This
will help you understand that the two
main characters, Big Jim and Pete, are
speaking in a dialogue or conversation.
e See if you can use different voices for
reading the dialogue for Big Jim and
17. Discussion Questions on “The Jumping Frog”
1. Who are the main characters in this
story so far?
2. What is the setting of this story?
3. What is the plot so far in this story?
4. What does it mean to take a bet?
5. Why didn’t Mike’s dad finish the
18. Partner work

Worksheet 4.2
We will work in pairs!
% 2:
The Jumping Frog
Big Jim bragged that his frog had
A. spunk.
B. speed.
C. three legs.

How much cash did Big Jim bet on his frog?
A. He bet one buck.
B. He ber five bucks.
C. He bet ten bucks.
Why did Big Jim run to the stream?
A. Big Jim ran to the stream to catch a frog for Pete.
B. Big Jim ran to the stream to set his frog free.
C. Big Jim ran to the stream to swim.