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Year 5 Reading - Interactive Voting

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Year 5 Reading using Qwizdom interactive voting systems and classroom response systems.

Year 5 Reading using Qwizdom interactive voting systems and classroom response systems.

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    • 1. YEAR 5 READING
    • 2. Cooperation and Competition Unit 1: Open Court
    • 3. Objectives
      • You will identify derivatives that build on root words with the suffixes –tion, -ing, and –or.
      • You will recognize and read blends of consonants with the letter r at the beginnings of words.
      • You will also recognize and read words with different spelling of the /er/ sound and with the /a/ sound spelled a.
      • Finally, you will develop fluency reading words and sentences aloud. Let’s begin!
    • 4. Word Knowledge Each _______ was proud.
      • A. compete
      • B. competitor
      • C. competition
      • D. competing
    • 5. Word Knowledge Each competitor was proud.
    • 6. What do these words have in common?
      • Compete competitor competition competing
      • The words include the root word compete and some of it’s derivatives.
      • What does compete mean?
      • It means, “to try to win or gain something from another or others.”
      • Can I get you students to look the work up in your glossary?
      • How does the word’s origin compare with it’s meaning today?
      • What are the suffixes of compete used above and what do they mean?
      • -or (or –er) means doer, maker, or resident . The suffix –tion (or-son) means action, state, or result . The ending –ing is used to form nouns of verbs,
      • or to denote an action.
      • Can you think of other words that take these suffixes?
      • Elect, elector, election, electing
      • What is the root word and what are the meaning of the words?
    • 7. What is the same with these words?
      • broke Friday grade proud tripped
      • The words contain consonant plus -r blends.
      • With your partner, come up with words that have a consonant plus –r word blends.
      • Here are some examples:
      • Driver, president, principal, friend.
    • 8. What’s the secret pattern between these words?
      • Accident activity classroom absent ballot
      • The words contain the /a/ sound spelled a ,
      • no matter where it appears in the syllable.
      • Can you think up any other examples?
    • 9. Word Knowledge She tripped while playing _______.
      • A. compete B. competitor C. soccer
      • D. competing
      • Broke Friday grade proud tripped
      • soccer hurt whir pertain
      • Accident activity classroom absent ballot
      • There were many empty desks in the classroom because students were absent.
    • 10. Word Knowledge She tripped while playing _______.
      • A. compete B. competitor C. soccer
      • D. competing
      • Broke Friday grade proud tripped
      • soccer hurt whir pertain
      • Accident activity classroom absent ballot
      • There were many empty desks in the classroom because students were absent.
    • 11. Word Knowledge She tripped while playing soccer .
    • 12. What is the spelling pattern in the next set of words?
      • soccer hurt whir pertain
      • The words illustrate different spellings for the /er/ sound.
      • Spellings for the /er/ sounds include
      • er, ir, and ur.
      • Look around the room. Can you see any words with the /er/ sound?
    • 13. Please read the following sentences together:
      • Each competitor was proud.
      • She tripped while playing soccer.
      • Can someone remember the words that have /er/?
      • Competitor, and soccer are right!
      • Let’s do it again!
      • Each competitor was proud.
      • She tripped while playing soccer.
      • What about the words that contain blends with the letter r ?
      • That’s correct: proud, competitor
      • What were the nouns in the sentence?
      • Competitor, soccer- Excellent !
    • 14. Now, let’s read the following sentences together:
      • Accident activity classroom absent ballot
      • Each competitor was proud.
      • She tripped while playing soccer.
      • Which words had the root word compete ?
      • Competitor, competition
      • What’s the function of these words?
      • They are subjects ! Nice job folks…
    • 15. Word Knowledge The ____________ is on Friday.
      • A. compete B. competitor
      • C. competition D. competing
      • broke Friday grade proud tripped
      • soccer hurt whir pertain
      • accident activity classroom absent ballot
    • 16. Word Knowledge The competition is on Friday.
    • 17. One last line: Let’s read it,… today!
      • There were many empty desks in the classroom because students were absent.
      • Which words have the /a/ sound?
      • There were many empty desks in the classroom because students were absent.
      • That’s right! Classroom, absent
    • 18. Background Information
      • The class president is often selected each year by fellow classmates.
      • The duties of a class president vary.
      • In my class, the class president is in charge of the playground balls and helping me set up for fun events.
    • 19. Class President
      • Predict what the story might be about
      • Questions that come to mind.
      • Images that pop into my mind. ( Visualize )
      • Summarize story in own words
          • Listen/Speak 1.1,1.2
    • 20. Word Knowledge There were many empty desks in the ______ because students were ______.
      • allot, accident
      • classroom, absent
      • C. hurt, absent
      • D. competing, classroom
      broke Friday grade proud tripped soccer hurt whir pertain accident activity classroom absent ballot
    • 21. Word Knowledge There were many empty desks in the ______ because students were ______.
      • allot, accident
      • classroom, absent
      • C. hurt, absent
      • D. competing, classroom
      broke Friday grade proud tripped soccer hurt whir pertain accident activity classroom absent ballot
    • 22. Word Knowledge There were many empty desks in the classroom because students were absent .
    • 23. Preview and Prepare (Reading 2.3 pp. 20M-20N)
      • Let ‘s read aloud: the title, the author and illustrator.
      • Now let’s browse the first page or two of the story.
      • Who are the main characters?
      • Look at the illustrations in the selections.
      • Make sure you make predictions about the text to help monitor your comprehension.
      • Look for: clues, problems, such as unfamiliar words (trans. 54)
      • Now let’s look at the focus question.
    • 24. Student Observation
      • Clues Problems Wonderings
      • “ Vote for Cricket” Pronunciation of Julio Who is running for office?
    • 25. Set Purpose (Focus Question)
      • What qualities do good leaders have?
      • If you were running for class president, what would your strategy be for winning the election?

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