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Just Words day 6

  1. 1. Just Words<br />Maria Angala, NBCT<br />Jefferson Academy, Washington DC<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 “JUST START!” <br />
  3. 3. JUST START! (3 min)<br />Open your Student Notebook & turn to High Frequency/ Sight Words Section.<br />High Frequency Words: <br /><ul><li>have – Tom and Sid have math.
  4. 4. from – The web is wet from fog.
  5. 5. of – Ed is sick of the job.
  6. 6. Are – Fish are on the dock!</li></ul>“Skywrite” these words with your finger while you spell them orally. Do three times for each word.<br />Circle these new high frequency words in your notebook.<br />Add the sentences in the High frequency/ Sight Words section.<br />
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES:<br />By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:<br />1. memorize high frequency words<br />2. apply independently correct spelling of both phonetic & non-phonetic words<br />3. review word structure and practice decoding words with specific patterns<br />…80% of the time.<br />
  8. 8. Student Notebook Entry<br />1. Turn to Digraph page (Sounds Section) of your Student Notebooks<br />2. Draw the keyword picture for the digraphs: sh, ch, th, wh, ck<br />Work quietly<br />
  9. 9. Let’s review!!<br />Digraphs: sh, ch, th, ck<br />What is a digraph? Two letters with one sound<br />Remember: most digraphs can come at the beginning or end of a word.<br />Which digraph is only found at the beginning of words? wh<br />Which digraph is only found at the end of words? ck<br />
  10. 10. WORD: posh<br />Let’s tap this word!<br />Do you know what the word posh means?<br />It means fancy. What does posh mean? (Fancy)<br />- Let’s make other words <br />- Let’s tap this word…<br />- I need a volunteer to underline the digraph… <br />rash<br />rush<br />whiz<br />thick<br />This single line reminds us that the two letters has only one sound.<br />Even though thick has 5 letters it only has 3 sounds.<br />Teacher Build Words close<br />
  11. 11. NONSENSE WORDS<br />WORD: lish<br />Let’s tap it<br />What is the digraph? Why is it a digraph?<br />Remember: lish is not a word, we call it nonsense word.<br />Nonsense words:<br />Not a word<br />Helps us apply the sounds and make longer words<br />Helps us apply skills in reading<br />
  12. 12. WORD: publish<br />What other words can you think of with lishin it?<br />Let’s read and tap these nonsense words:<br />tex, fap, dez<br />Why are they called nonsense words?<br />Let’s see if you can make words from these nonsense words…<br />Who wants to start?<br />You’re a winner!!<br />
  13. 13. SPELLING close<br />Get you magnetic journal<br />Find the letter of the sound I say<br />What says /k/? <br />What says /w/?<br />WORDS: <br />fish, sash, hush, path<br />Let’s tap the word…(or call on a student)<br />Who can tell me which the digraph is?<br />Why is it a digraph?<br />Spell it on your magnetic journal…<br />
  14. 14. close<br />Remember that we said earlier, ckis only used at the end of words right after the short vowel.<br />Example: lack<br />Let’s read it…<br />Who wants to tap it?<br />sock, tick, lock, neck, chuck<br />REMEMBER:<br />Notice that the c says /k/ but does not end one-syllable words<br />K says /k/, but does not end words right after a short vowel.<br />Even though both c and k says /k/, right after a short vowel in one syllable words, you should always use ck.<br />
  15. 15. have, from, of<br />Repeat these phrase…write it down on your dry erase-<br />did the quiz<br />in the rib<br />did they quit<br />Who wants to write it on the board?<br />Get your dry erase tablets as I pass around the markers.<br />You will tap the sounds before writing them. Ready?<br />/n/, /r/, /v/<br />dock, peck, rock <br /> sick, chick, hack<br />DICTATION/ DRY ERASE close<br />
  16. 16. HOMEWORK<br />1. Write these words three times, and<br />2. Use these words in a sentence:<br />hack<br />rack<br />lick<br />back <br />shack<br />Yes, I can!!<br />
  17. 17. DID WE MEET THE OBJECTIVES?<br />By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:<br />1. memorize high frequency words<br />2. apply independently correct spelling of both phonetic & non-phonetic words<br />3. review word structure and practice decoding words with specific patterns<br />…80% of the time.<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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