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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)
    • On your composition notebooks, copy the words and mark them up as shown in the example:
    • 4. underline blends and digraph
    • 5. mark all closed syllables
  • Mark up these words (Just Start!)
    drum
    slept
    stick
    cloth
    ash
    French
    squint
    bunch
  • 6. 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!!
  • 7. OBJECTIVES:
    By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:
    - read, tap & spell 5 words with welded sounds.
    …80% of the time as measured by quick checks.
  • 8. Let’s review!!
    We will have a quick drill of the sounds of letters so that you become automatic with them!!
    Volunteer please…
    Let’s go!!...
    GREAT!!!
  • 9. Review closed syllables hide
    WORD: drop
    Is this word a closed syllable? (yes)
    Why is it a closed syllable? (it has one vowel and it is followed by at least one consonant)
    What does the 0 say in a closed syllable? /o/
    FANTASTIC!!
  • 10. INTRODUCE NEW CONCEPTS HIDE
    Teach New Sounds
    Closed Syllable Exceptions
    Does anybody know what the word exception means?
    (Something that does not follow the rule)
    • GREAT!
    • 11. So in JW, we have words that do not follow the closed syllable rules and they are the Closed Syllable Exceptions.
    SAY:
    ind – find - /ind/
    old – cold - /old/
    ost – post - /ost/
    ild – wild - /ild/
    olt – colt - /olt/
    We will be using the green sound cards for the closed syllable exceptions.
  • 12. TEACHER BUILD WORDS hide
    WORD: cold
    Demonstrate: /k/ -one tap; /old/ one tap, 3 fingers glued
    Say: The green cards are the welded sounds; when they are tapped you weld the sounds together rather than segmenting them.
    Why do we have to do this?
    Welded sounds have more than one sounds but we glue them together to make it easier to read and spell them.
    Read & tap: blind, child, cold, scold, host
  • 13. TEACHER BUILD WORDS hide
    WORD: lost
    This word has a short vowel sound so it follows the rule
    I need a volunteer to come up and spell this word with the soundcards
    WONDERFUL!
    WORD/S: wind
    It can mean two things, and can be read in two different ways.
    wind = moving air; read with the short /i/; how do we spell it using the sound cards?
    wind = turn, twist; read with the long /i/; how do we spell it using the sound cards?
  • 14. TEACH SPELLING hide
    Put your green tiles on your magnetic journal
    Show me what makes the sound:
    /ind/
    /olt/
    /ild/
    /ost/
    /old/
    DICTATION
    Spell these words in your magnetic journal:
    cold
    find
    mild
    bolt
    sold
    grind
  • 15. HOMEWORK
    1. Write these phrasesthree times in different colors, and
    2. Use these phrasesin a sentence:
    were on hold
    you did most
    you had sold
    from the child
    Yes, I can!!
  • 16. DID WE MEET THE OBJECTIVES?
    By the end of the lesson, SWBAT:
    - read, tap & spell 5 words with welded sounds.
    …80% of the time as measured by quick checks.
  • 17. YOU ARE AMAZING!!!
    With the power to read,
    We’re super readers,
    Working together
    Achieving together!!
    You deserve a Chimpan-CHEER!!!
  • 18. 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