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Just Words day 6 (unit 2)


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  • Let’s try with some more words: vest, stash, trash. (tap, demonstrate blends)
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    • 1. Just Words
      Maria Angala, NBCT
      Jefferson Academy, Washington DC
    • 2. FIRST FIVE!
      1. Come in quietly and take your seat
      2. Place materials on desk
      3. Take out HW assignment
      4. Write down HW assignment in agenda book
      5. Begin “JUST START!”
    • 3. JUST START! (5 min)
      Open your Student Notebook & turn to High Frequency/ Sight Words Section.
      High Frequency Words:
      • you – You must not blush in the film.
      • 4. your – Flash your big grin at them.
      • 5. were – They were at the golf club.
      • 6. where – Where do the squid swim?
      “Skywrite” these words with your finger while you spell them orally. Do three times for each word.
      Circle these new high frequency words in your notebook.
      Add the sentences in the High frequency/ Sight Words Check page for Units 1-3.
    • 7. PRIDE scholars, hit it!!
      Vocabulary, vocabulary how many words do you know?
      We’ll have power to read in Just Words class
      Here we go!!
      Let’s rock & read!!
    • 8. OBJECTIVES:
      By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:
      - read, tap & spell 5 words with digraph/ blends.
      …80% of the time as measured by quick checks.
    • 9. Review: Blends hide
      Blends. Explain: Remember that when there are two or more consonants together each making their own sound they are called a blend.
      Examine: And take note that these sounds can be pulled apart. (demonstrate: practice saying sounds individually then blended).
      Examine: Also remember that blends may appear before a vowel (snap) or after a vowel (sent)
      Now, let’s form the word slip.
      Explain: The word slip is also formed by two consonants, a vowel, and a consonant (c-v-c)
      Let’s take a look at another word: ship.
      Compare & contrast: Who can tell me the big difference & similarities between these words? (tap)
      Explain: Slip has four letters & four sounds. That’s why s & l have their own cards.
      Examine: ship only has 3 sounds that’s why sh have only one card.
    • 10. WORD: rust
      Let’s tap this word!
      Do you know what the word rust means?
      Rust is the reddish brown coat in iron. What do you mean by rust? (Fancy)
      - Who can use this in a sentence?
      - Let’s tap this word…
      - I need a volunteer to underline the blend…
      • In some words, a digraph can combine with a consonant to form a digraph blend.
      • 11. WORD: shrimp
      • 12. Let’s tap the word-
      • 13. How many sounds does it make?
      • 14. Let’s mark the digraph and the blend –
      • 15. GREAT JOB!
      Teacher Build Words hide
    • 16. Remember that blends can also have three letters.
      WORD: scrap
      Are there consonants together that each keep its sound? 3 scr
      I need a volunteer to underline the 3 letters in the blend, separate line under each letter
      Always remember to tap each sound of a blend or digraph blend separately.
      You’re a winner!!
    • 17. SPELLING hide
      Get you magnetic journal
      I need a volunteer to come up to the board and spell the word clasp with the sound cards
      The rest of you will spell the word in your MJ
      Please mark the digraph & blends
      thump, blast, strap, sprint, lost
      Let’s tap the word…(or call on a student)
      Who can tell me which the digraph/ blend is?
      Why is it a digraph/ blend?
      Spell it on your magnetic journal…
    • 18. HOMEWORK
      1. Write these words three times, and
      2. Use these words in a sentence:
      Yes, I can!!
      By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:
      - read, tap & spell 5 words with digraph/ blends.
      …80% of the time as measured by quick checks.
    • 20. YOU ARE AMAZING!!!
      With the power to read,
      We’re super readers,
      Working together
      Achieving together!!
      You deserve a Chimpan-CHEER!!!
    • 21. LAST FIVE!
      1. Homework in homework folder
      2. Notes in folders
      3. Materials put away
      4. Clean desk and area
      5. Line up when instructed