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Lesson 1 Day 3

  1. 1. Arthur’s Reading Race Lesson 1 Day 3
  2. 2. Question of the Day • Which do you like to read more – books that tell facts and information or books that tell stories? Explain. – Do you like to read to learn new things about the world? Why? – Do you like to read to enjoy the things that happen to a character? Why? • I like books that tell ____ because ____. Daily Proofreading • maria likes to read in bed • Maria likes to read in bed.
  3. 3. When you can read, then you can go When you can read, then you can go from Kalamazoo to Idaho – from Kalamazoo to Idaho – Or read directions that explain Or read directions that explain just how to build a model plane – just how a cake oracook a stew –– Or bake to build model plane Or bake a caketell cookwhat to –do! The words will or you a stew The words can tell you what to do!play When you will read, then you can a brand new game the proper way – When you can read, then you can play Or get anew game theaproper way – a brand letter from friend andget a letterto theavery end! Or read it . . . from friend and read it . . . to the very end! Bobbi Katz
  4. 4. Word Wall
  5. 5. • Dad fed a snack to the cats. • That is a fat black cat! • The cats nap on Dad's back. • I hope the cats do not slip! • The cats can lick the milk. • The cats lick my chin.
  6. 6. Spelling Words
  7. 7. 2. flag -i 3. fin 4. ran Spelling Words • fin 5. has -a 6. fill • fill • flag 7. sat 8. list -a and -i • list • ran 9. sit • plastic 10. bag • sit • has 11. win • rabbit 12. picnic • win • sat 13. plastic • fabric 14. rabbit • picnic • bag 15. fabric • napkin 16. napkin
  8. 8. Characters What is the Character like? How does the Character feel What the Character does What the Character says
  9. 9. Build Robust Vocabulary • ignore – If you refuse to pay attention to something, you ignore it. • dangerous – If something is likely to cause harm or injury, it is dangerous. • style – If you have a certain way of doing something, that way is your style. • passion – If you do something with energy and strong feelings, you do it with passion. • challenge - If you ask someone to be in a contest, you challenge him or her.
  10. 10. Build Robust Vocabulary • underestimate – When you think that something will be easier than it really is, you underestimate it. • proficient – When you are very good at doing something, you are proficient at it. • heed – If you listen to a warning and use it to help you do something, you heed the warning.
  11. 11. Review Robust Vocabulary • ignore – What are some reasons to ignore something? – Why might you ignore a friend? – Would you be happy or sad if someone chose to ignore you? • dangerous – Name some things that might be dangerous. – What types of dangerous things are shown on TV? – What animals do you know about that are dangerous?
  12. 12. Review Robust Vocabulary • style – Name someone whose singing style you like. – If someone reads slowly and never changes his or her voice, would the person’s reading style be interesting? Why or why not? • passion – What are some things you do with passion? – Would you be excited or bored doing something you have a passion for? Why? • challenge – If you were playing in a pool, what might you challenge your friends to do? What if you were playing in the yard? – How might you feel if you were challenged to do something you are good at? What if you were challenged to do something you aren’t good at?
  13. 13. Review Robust Vocabulary • underestimate – What might happen if you are walking your dog and you underestimate how strong you dog is? – Why could it be hurtful to underestimate someone? • proficient – Name some things you are proficient at doing. – What could you do to make yourself proficient at playing a sport? – What is a proficient reader able to do? • heed – What could happen if you didn’t heed a warning about a dangerous situation? – Tell about a time when it was important to heed someone’s advice.
  14. 14. Grammar - Sentences • He buys ice cream for his sister. • The building is open. • my favorite color is red • she was born in New York • the children take the bus to school • the park is closed today
  15. 15. Writing • Sentences about a picture – The first sentence tells the main idea for all the pictures on the page. – The second sentence tells about the first picture. The other two sentences tell about the other illustrations. – Each sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period.