Phonemic Awareness and Phonics: Lesson 3 - Part 2

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The objectives of this lesson are:
1) using past and present tense verbs with endings "-ed" and "-ing"
2) learning to spell and write one-syllable words using letter-sound correspondences, using the Individual Code Chart
3) reading and understanding decodable text that has the sounds we are learning: "a_e", "ee", "ea", "i_e", "o_e" and "u_e"
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

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endings. _ that are happening NOW! |
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words using the letter-sound _to write or look in my code _ words to write. |
correspondences, using the chart for sounds if | need help. | |
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decodable text that has the _and other books that have independently (by myself)!
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what you know!
orksheet 5.1

Code Chart
page 9
oo can be But oo can ALSO be
pronounced /ew/ pronounced /oo/
ike in soon ike in look!
7. /o0/ /oo/
soon look
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Worksheet 5.2
¢ Expected: the letter ‘n’ is pronounced /n/.
*Tricky: the letter ‘o’ is pronounced /oe/, not /o/.
Tricky Word: go
¢ Expected: the letter ‘g’ is pronounced /j/.
*Tricky: the letter ‘o’ is pronounced /oe/, not /o/.
Tricky Word: so
¢ Expected: the letter ‘s’ is pronounced /s/.
*Tricky: the letter ‘o’ is pronounced /oe/, not /o/.
10. Let’s look at
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story chart!

7° ’s story:

11. 1. hitch—to lift up slightly
“Once he hitched up his legs
like he was fixing to jump.”
12. 1.What was the setting of “The Frog
Race” and “The Jumping Frog?”
2.Who were the characters in the
-3.What was the plot of the story?
-4.How did Pete trick Big Jim?
_5.What type of fiction genre is the