Lesson 1 Day 5

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Lesson 1 Day 5

  1. 1. Arthur’s Reading Race Lesson 1 Day 5
  2. 2. Question of the Day • What would you do if you saw a bookworm at the library? – What might a bookworm be doing at the library? – Would a bookworm be scary or friendly? Explain. – Which kinds of books might a bookworm read? Daily Proofreading • my sister reads every morning • My sister reads every morning.
  3. 3. A bookworm of curious breed Took a bite of a book out of greed When he found it was tasty, He said, "I've been hasty I think I shall learn how to read." Mary Ann Hoberman
  4. 4. Word Wall
  5. 5. CVC Patterns flat plastic hill fabric glad zigzag flat plastic hill fabric zigzag glad
  6. 6. Spelling Words
  7. 7. High – Frequency Words read money already buy police eat know prove sign eight read money buy eat already know prove sign police eight
  8. 8. “Wolf!” He wants attention and thinks They are educated and ignore he’s dangerous. the wolf. He becomes a wonderful reader. They want to read with the wolf.
  9. 9. Build Robust Vocabulary • ignore – If you refuse to pay attention to something, you ignore it. • dangerous – If something is likely to cause harm or injury, it is dangerous. • style – If you have a certain way of doing something that way is your style. • passion – If you do something with energy and strong feelings, you do it with passion
  10. 10. Build Robust Vocabulary • challenge – If you ask someone to be in a contest, you challenge him or her. • underestimate – When you think that something will be easier than it really is, you underestimate it. • proficient – When you are very good at doing something, you are proficient at it. • heed – If you listen to a warning and use it to help you do something, you heed the warning.
  11. 11. Grammar - Sentences • signs around town – I read signs around town. • to the library • In the morning • To cross the street we want

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