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  1. 1. Theme: FamiliesUnit 1 Planner Unit 1 Families The Big Question Who is a part of your family? 8A BIK_CV_U01_W1_192083.indd 2-3 3/15/05 9:12:58 PM BIK_CVU01_W2_192084.indd Sec1:3 3/15/05 2:15:22 PM Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme My Family and Me Families Get Together • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Onset/Rime Blending Onset/Rime Blending Phoneme Isolation (Initial and Final /m/) Phoneme Isolation (Initial and Medial /a/) Phoneme Categorization Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /m/m Introduce /a/a (Initial and Final) (Initial and Medial) • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words we the READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Strategy: Recognize Story Structure Skill: Make Predictions Skill: Identify Setting • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Reading, Read for Fluency Echo-Reading, Choral-Reading, Read for • Practice Readers Fluency Approaching Family Fun Approaching On Level Time to Eat! We Can On Level Beyond Family Dinner Animal Families Beyond English Learners Potluck Supper We English Learners The Family LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Oral Grammar Oral Grammar Naming Words Naming Words • Writing Writing Writing Sentence Frame Descriptionviii Unit 1
  2. 2. Unit 1 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half- day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time Read-Aloud Trade Book allows during the day. WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeFamilies Change • Build BackgroundPhonemic Awareness • Oral VocabularyPhoneme Isolation (/m/, /a/)Phoneme Categorization WORD STUDYPhoneme Blending • Phonics: /m/m, /a/a • High-Frequency Words: we, thePhonics READINGReview Initial: /m/m, /a/a; Medial /a/a;Final: /m/m • Share the Big Books: Whose Baby Am I?;High-Frequency Words The Picnic at Apple Parkwe, the • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Peter’s ChairComprehension • Read-Aloud AnthologyStrategy: Recognize Story StructureSkill: Make Predictions • Content Big BookFluency • Fluency PracticeBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Reading, Choral-Reading, Read LANGUAGE ARTSfor FluencyApproaching • Shared WritingReading as We Grow • Interactive Writing On LevelI Grow Up • Independent WritingBeyondDinner at Home INDEPENDENT PRACTICEEnglish LearnersGrowing Up • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesOral Grammar • Handwriting PracticeNaming WordsWritingSentence Frames Families ix
  3. 3. Unit 1 Resources Theme: Families Literature Teaching Support Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Volume 1 Teacher’s Resource Book Includes: • Decodable Passages • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre-and Posttests • Read-Aloud Trade Book We Can See! Teacher’s Resource Book Explore Am I? by Sarah Shoemaker illustrated by Christine Jenny Science I Am by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Shirley Beckes Available on Jump Drive Discover I See the Apple by Dolores Webster illustrated by Melanie Hope Greenberg History/Social Science We Can by Emily Baker I Can, We Can by Wiley Blevins Macmillan/McGraw-Hill by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Hector Borlasca Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Content Big Book (3) Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Take-Home Stories Pre-decodable Readers Realistic Realistic Realistic Realistic Fiction Fiction Fiction Fiction Reading as We Realistic Fiction Fiction I Grow Up Realistic Dinner at Home Realistic Fiction Growing Up Realistic Fiction Grow Home-School Connection by Kate Pistone illustrated by Diane Paterson Time to Eat! Informational Nonfiction by Julie Michaels by Carly by Karen illustrated by Diane Paterson illustrated Cane Stormer Brooks Family Dinner Informational Nonfiction by Katie Ungaro Potluck Supper Informational Nonfiction The Family Informational Nonfiction by Katie Ungaro illustrated by John Nez Family Fun by Cal Ryan We Can illustrated by Diane John Nez Hearn illustrated by Dawson by Pam Fraser Animal Families illustrated by Elizabeth Wolf by Cal Ryan Weillustrated by Diane Dawson Hearn by Carly Cane by Cynthia Swain by Cynthia Swain by Bonnie McKenna Available on Jump Drive Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Approaching On Level Beyond Level English Level Learners Skill-Based Practice Readers EL Readers Word-Building High-Frequency Cards Word Cards Sound Box Puppet Aa apple 5 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 1
  4. 4. Theme: FriendsUnit 2 Planner Unit 2 Friends The Big Question What do you like to do with your friends? Friends All Around by Miela Ford 14A BIK_CV_U02_W1_192085.indd 02-03 3/8/05 2:32:25 PM BIK_U02_W2_192086_CV.indd 2 2/24/05 5:35:20 PM Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Learning About Friends What Is a Friend? • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation (Initial/Final /p/) Phoneme Categorization (Initial/Final /s/) Phoneme Identity (Initial and Final /p/) Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /s/s Introduce /p/p (Initial and Final) (Initial and Final) • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words like a READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Strategy: Ask Questions Skill: Identify Character Skill: Compare and Contrast • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Choral Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Practice Readers Approaching Approaching We Like Animal Friends On Level On Level We Like the Playground We Can Share Beyond Beyond Sam Likes School I Like My Friends English Learners English Learners The Playground We Like It LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Oral Grammar Oral Grammar Naming Words Naming Words • Writing Writing Writing Sentence Picture Webviii Unit 2
  5. 5. Unit 2 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half- day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time Read-Aloud Trade Book allows during the day. ORAL LANGUAGE WEEK 3 • Phonemic AwarenessTheme • Build BackgroundGetting Along • Oral VocabularyPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation WORD STUDYPhoneme CategorizationPhoneme Blending • Phonics: /s/s, /p/p • High-Frequency Words: like, a READINGPhonicsReview Initial: /s/s, /p/p; Final /s/s, /p/p • Share the Big Books: What Do You Like?;High-Frequency Words Friends All Aroundlike, a • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Simon and Molly plus HesterComprehension • Read-Aloud AnthologyStrategy: Ask QuestionsSkill: Identify Character • Content Big BookFluency • Fluency PracticeBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency LANGUAGE ARTSApproachingHats • Shared WritingOn LevelWe Like Painting • Interactive Writing Beyond • Independent WritingIce Skating Fun!English Learners INDEPENDENT PRACTICEPainting • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesOral Grammar • Handwriting PracticeNaming WordsWritingSentence Friends ix
  6. 6. Unit 2 Resources Theme: Friends Literature Teaching Support Friends All Around by Miela Ford Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Volume 1 Teacher’s Resource Book Includes: • Decodable Passages • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre-and Posttests • Read-Aloud Trade Book Pam Teacher’s Resource Book Explore I Like, We Like by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Science A Map by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Nancy Davis Available on Jump Drive Discover I Am a Doctor by Jeff Stanley illustrated by Jared Lee History/Social Science We Like Sam! by Tamika Jackson I Like by Stan Casey Macmillan/McGraw-Hill by Lila Torres illustrated by Miriam Sagasti Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Content Big Book (3) Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Take-Home Stories Pre-decodable Readers Realistic Realistic Realistic Fiction Fantasy Fiction Fiction We Like Painting Informational Nonfiction NonfictionHats Informational Ice Skating Fun! Informational Nonfiction Informational Nonfiction Hats Home-School Connection by Jane Hearn Animal Friends Realistic illustrated by Noah Jones We Can Share Realistic by Katherine Scraper I Like My Friends Realistic • illustrated by Jerry Smath We Like It Realistic We Like Fiction Fiction Fiction Fiction by Carol Dale by Jenna by Max Bark • Thorn illustrated by Jeremy Tugeau We Like the by Carol Dale Sam Likes School by Katherine Scraper by Callie Jones • illustrated by Lina Chesak-Liberace The Playground Playground by James Gee • illustrated by Rick Brown by James Gee • illustrated by Rick Brown Available on Jump Drive by Maisy Flicker • illustrated by Diane Paterson by Maisy Flicker • illustrated by Diane Paterson Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Approaching On Level Beyond Level English Level Learners Skill-Based Practice Readers EL Readers Word-Building High-Frequency Cards Word Cards Sound Box Puppet Aa apple NOK_RC_U0 OK_RC_U07 7_W2_193987 _W2_193987 .indd 5 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 2
  7. 7. Theme: TransportationUnit 3 Planner Unit 3 Transportation The Big Question How did you travel to school today? Suzanne Bloom 20A BIK_CV_U03_W2_192088.indd 2-3 3/9/05 6:32:38 AM BIK_CV_U03_W1_192087.indd 2-3 3/9/05 9:51:05 AM Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Getting Around Town Traveling Far and Near • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Isolation (/t/) Phoneme Isolation (/t/) Phoneme Categorization (/t/) Phoneme Identity Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /t/t Introduce /i/i • High-Frequency High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Words see go READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Story Structure Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Skill: Make and Confirm Predictions Skill: Classify and Categorize • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Bear Goes to Town It Can Go Up On Level On Level Tig Can See Fast or Slow? Beyond Beyond How They Go The Train Trip English Learners English Learners I Can See It Can Go LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Oral Grammar Oral Grammar Action Words Action Words • Writing Writing Writing Sentence Frame Descriptionviii Unit 3

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