Just Words, Alphabetical Writing Systems, Day 2 (Unit 1)

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  • You will learn more about words than most people know and this will help you read more efficiently. I will read you a short passage about the history of writing systems, and then we will talk about it. Ready? PRIDE Position!
  • It would take a very long time to write hieroglyphs!
  • Let’s make another word from these letters. See, change just one letter and you have another word. Let’s change some more letters…see how we have endless options!!
  • Just Words, Alphabetical Writing Systems, Day 2 (Unit 1)

    1. 1. Just Words<br />Ms. Angala<br />Jefferson Academy<br />Int’l Baccalaureate MS<br />
    2. 2. FIRST FIVE!<br />1. Come in quietly and take your seat<br />2. Place materials on desk<br />3. Take out HW assignment<br />4. Write down HW assignment in agenda book<br />5. Begin “Do Now” <br />
    3. 3. DO NOW! (3 min)<br /><ul><li>1. Look at the Hieroglyphics table.
    4. 4. 2. Spell your name using the symbols in the Hieroglyphic table.
    5. 5. 3. Be ready to show your answers.</li></li></ul><li>OBJECTIVES:<br />By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:<br />1. discuss and illustrate information about the history of Alphabetical Writing Systems.<br />2. translate selected words into hieroglyphic symbols.<br />3. demonstrate the idea of making words with letters which represents sounds.<br />…at 80% accuracy during quick checks and formative assessments<br />
    6. 6. What is Hyroglyphics?- It consist of pictures of familiar objects that represent sounds. - They were used in ancient Egypt as a means of written communication.<br />
    7. 7. I DO:<br />Please stay in PRIDE Position as Ms. Angala reads to you:<br />“About Written English”<br />
    8. 8. WE DO: (15min)<br />Let’s have a review of the passage that I just read to you!<br />Follow along with the pictures that you have on your desk as we do a recap.<br />Copy the underlined words inside the box of your illustrations page.<br />
    9. 9. Approximately 5,000 years ago a new kind of writing system was used.<br />
    10. 10. The first known alphabet was made by Egyptians. They made 22 symbols that matched some of their sounds. These symbols were called hieroglyphs.<br />Copy these hierogryphs in your Student Challenge Books, box 4.<br />
    11. 11. In English there are now 26 letters that are used to represent all words. They are made by rearranging a few basic shapes of lines, curves and circles, and dots.<br />
    12. 12. In our alphabetical writing system, these letters represent sounds, not words, and the sounds are put together to make hundreds and hundreds of words.<br />
    13. 13. Sound it off!<br />m<br />A<br />t<br />…put them together! <br />mat<br />
    14. 14. YOU DO! (3min)<br />1. Pair up with your buddy.<br />2. Retell the story using the pictures that you have to your partner.<br />3. Refer to the hieroglyphics table, write with the hieroglyphics to spell a 3-letter word and see if your partner can decipher it.<br />Luckily, our alphabetical system is now easier than the hieroglyphics!!<br />
    15. 15. 1. Get your Student Challenge Books from your accordion folder.<br />2. Turn to the Brief History of English Language page.<br />3. Write the 26 letters of the alphabet in box 5.<br />
    16. 16. Quick Check: (3min)<br />What is Just Words; why is it important? – 3 Trojan bucks!<br />What is hieroglyphics and why is it important? - 3 Trojan bucks!<br />
    17. 17. Did we meet the OBJECTIVES?<br />By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:<br />1. discuss and illustrate information about the history of Alphabetical Writing Systems.<br />2. translate selected words into hieroglyphic symbols.<br />3. demonstrate the idea of making words with letters which represents sounds.<br />…at 80% accuracy during quick checks and formative assessments<br />
    18. 18. YOU ARE AMAZING!!!<br />You deserve a Chimpan-CHEER!!!<br />
    19. 19. LAST FIVE!<br />1. Homework in homework folder<br />2. Notes in folders<br />3. Materials put away<br />4. Clean desk and area<br />5. Line up when instructed<br />

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