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City Natural life. Unit 2: Open Court Clear a path FOR DUCKLINGS. Targets. You will: Work on perceiving word families, Perceive modifier equivalent words, Perceive verb equivalent words, Work on perceiving/el/spelled le Work on perceiving open syllables with vowel diagraphs. Word Information.

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City Wildlife Unit 2: Open Court MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS

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Objectives You will: Practice perceiving word families, Recognize descriptive word equivalent words, Recognize verb equivalent words, Practice perceiving/el/spelled le Practice perceiving open syllables with vowel diagraphs

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Word Knowledge Satisfy satisfied satisfaction satisfactory Decide decided undecided decision Enormous gigantic tremendous immense Beckoned signaled motioned gestured People turtles little waddle

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Word Knowledge Just as the ducks were preparing to begin on their way, an interesting tremendous winged animal dropped by. The ducks moved out on the bank and waddled along. The policeman raised one hand to stop the movement, and after that allured with the other for Mrs. Mallard to traverse. A few people can shriek many tunes.

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What do these words have in like manner? Satisfy satisfied satisfaction satisfactory Decide decided undecided decision All the words in line 1 have a similar base word. Fulfill All the words in line 2 have a similar base word: Decide How has the base word change the grammatical feature when the prefix or addition was included?

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What is the same with these words? Tremendous gigantic tremendous immense Beckoned flagged motioned signaled The words in each line are equivalent words. What's an equivalent word? Equivalent words will be words that have comparative significance. Utilize each word from line 1 in a sentence. What grammatical feature are the words in line 1? Descriptive words!

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What is the same with these words? Beckoned signaled motioned gestured Use the above words in a sentence and tell your accomplice. What grammatical form are the above words? _ s Verbs!

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What is the spelling design in the following arrangement of words? People turtles little waddle These words are found in "Clear a path for Ducklings." Notice the last/el/sound. What is its spelling? Le is right!

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Please read the sentences and discover the words that have prefixes and additions: Just as the ducks were preparing to begin on their way, an odd colossal winged animal dropped by. The ducks moved out on the bank and waddled along. The policeman raised one hand to stop the activity, and after that enticed with the other for Mrs. Mallard to traverse. Getting, climbed, waddled, raised, called

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Please read the sentences and discover the words that contain the/el/sound: Some individuals can shriek many tunes. Individuals, shriek

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Prior Knowledge Think of creatures you definitely realize that live in urban areas. Creatures incorporate flying creatures, fish, and creepy crawlies. Consider creatures that are not pet and compose your thoughts on the Concept/Question board. Will you think about some other articles or stories you read that were about creatures that live in urban communities?

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Background Information Why may ducks live in a city? This story is a case of imagination a story that couldn't occur in this present reality. The general population and creatures in a dream have qualities that are incredible. In this story, the city and places inside the city that are specified are genuine. Can you name any dream stories you read?

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Preview and Prepare (Reading 2.6 pp. 136O-136P) Let 's read out loud: the title, the writer and artist. Presently we should peruse the main page or two of the story. Who are the primary characters? Take a gander at the outlines in the choices. Ensure you make forecasts about the content to help screen your understanding. Search for: pieces of information, issues, for example, new words (trans. 46) Now how about we take a gander at the concentration address.

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Set Purpose (Focus Question) What is your motivation for perusing this determination? Record it. Perhaps, you need to take in more about dream stories. Consider what focal points and impediments confronted by creatures in a city. You may likewise set other perusing objectives.

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Student Observation Clues Problems Wonderings Ducks dither Why are the talking like ducks in the people city?

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Selection Vocabulary Reading 1.3, 1.5 p. 136P Trans 12 Enormous pleased comfortable blasting duty beckoned (Transparency 12) What do these words mean? Setting pieces of information, word structure (root word, prefix & addition), connection, earlier learning Add vocabulary words to your Writers' Notebook in the Vocabulary Words segment

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Reading 1.4 p. 136P Trans 12 Enormous pleased comfortable Bursting Responsibility beckoned Selection Vocabulary

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Selection Vocabulary Reading 1.4 p. 136P Trans 12 Enormous :, extensive: colossal (page 137) Delighted: exceptionally glad; satisfied (page 137) Cozy: warm, and agreeable (page 139) Bursting: filled and flooding with forceful feeling (page 139) Responsibility: essential occupation; obligation (page 140) Beckoned: make a sign or flag to somebody to have them come nearer (page 142)

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Make Way for Ducklings Te. 136Q-R (first perusing orally pgs. 136-143) When I read this story I will: Monitor my perusing speed. Make inquiries to clear up troublesome parts. Foresee what the story is about by perusing the delineations and subtitles.

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Make Way for Ducklings Te. 136Q-R (first perusing orally pgs. 136-143) Focus Questions: How can a situation be both sheltered and perilous for its natural life? How do different sorts of city untamed life adjust to their surroundings? What part do individuals play in securing the regular habitat?

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Discussing Strategy Use TG 142 What expectations did you make? What questions did you ask yourself as you read the story? Did you outline as you read the story? At the point when?

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Discussing Strategy Use TG 143A Reading 2.5, 3.1 Let's utilization giving off to answer these inquiries: What were Mr. also, Mrs. Mallard searching for? Why? What decisions did they make? Why? How did individuals undermine their wellbeing? How did individuals help them? What were the focal points and drawbacks of city life for the Mallard family? Compose your reactions in the orange area of your author's note pad.

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Investigating Concepts Beyond the Text TG 133A Inquiry What risks did the Mallard family confronted in the story? Why a few people brought about risk for the ducks and others helped them? Predator implies seeker. One focal points for creatures living in the city incorporates not having predators. Finish Inquiry Journal, page 40 on natural life perils.

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Language Arts Day 1 Word Analysis (TE. P. 145F) Spelling – This week, we will spell words with the/el/sound. Peop le turt le s litt le wadd le whist le Pretest p. 30 Vocabulary Skill Words (equivalent word partners) Bank duty enticed dither shed

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English Language Conventions Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics (TG p. 143F Eng. Lang. Conv. 1.6) Commas in discourse set off the expressions of a speaker from different words in the sentence. Utilize a comma to counterbalance exchange . "Trina needs green beans," said Dad. Tom replied, "I need broccoli." "We could have both," Mom proposed. How about we read L.A. handbook, page 274 (illustrations). . Finish Comprehension Book, pg. 38 and 39

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Writing Process Strategies Getting Ideas: Book Reviews TG p. 143F (composition 1.1, 1.4) Read Language Arts handbook, pgs. 92-94 and find out about anecdotal book surveys. I enjoyed the book 'Clear a path for Ducklings,' and I might want to prescribe it to different educators and understudies. I f I give reasons and points of interest from the story to bolster my assessments, I may persuade others to peruse the book. Compose your thoughts for your rundown section in your Writer's Notebook.

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Writing Process Strategies Getting Ideas: Book Reviews Rubric TG p. 143F (written work 1.1, 1.4) Total point esteem: 10 There is a subject sentence of each section. (2 focuses) The principle thought is unmistakably expressed in the main passage. (2 focuses) Opinions are upheld with examples.(2 focuses) The last duplicate is spotless, slick, and decipherable. (2 focuses) Mechanics-accentuation, spelling, and capitalization is right. (2 focuses)

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Word Knowledge-Day 2 (TG p. 136L) - Enormous gigantic tremendous immense Beckoned signaled motioned gestured Raise your hand and pick one of the words above. Put the word in a sentence. Who can utilize another type of the words in a sentence?

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Word Knowledge-Day 2 (TG p. 136L) Large tiny hard create Raise your hands in the event that you can give equivalent words for each of the words on the board.

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Day 2 Second Reading (choral) pgs. 136-143 Reading 2.1 Comprehension Skills – Fantasy and Reality What does dream and reality mean? A dream is an anecdote about something that couldn't in any way, shape or form happen I genuine living. These stories may have pretend characters, for example, beasts, pixies or talking creatures. Not at all like dream, sensible fiction tells about something that could occur, in actuality. As you read the story, attempt to monitor the dream and reality in the choice. Track how and why they live in the city.

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"Clear a path for Ducklings" Second Reading-Checking Comprehension, pg. 143 (perusing 2.3) Why is city life so imperative in this story? It's an anecdote about a group of ducks who settle in the lake close to the Public Garden in Boston. What do the occasions in the story need to do with the title? The policeman helps Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings cross the bustling lanes so they can get to the Public Garden. He stops the movement so the cards "clear a path" for the ducklings.

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"Clear a path for Ducklings" Second Reading-Checking Comprehension, pg. 143 (perusing 2.3) Why do you this story is a dream? It's a dream in light of the fact that the creatures talk and act the way that individuals do.

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"Clear a path for Ducklings" Second Reading-Checking Comprehension, pg. 143 (perusing 2.3) Let's distinguish cases of imagination and reality from 'Clear a path for the Ducklings' Fantasy : Mr. furthermore, Mrs. Mallard searched for a decent place

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