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Lesson 1 Day 3

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  • 1. Arthur’s Reading Race Lesson 1 Day 3
  • 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. 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. Word Wall
  • 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. Spelling Words
  • 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. Characters What is the Character like? How does the Character feel What the Character does What the Character says
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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