November 15 2010 WALT We Are Learning To Identify attributes Identify and define adjective suffixes Use meanings of prefixes suffixes and roots to define words Use assimilation to identify words with the prefix ID: 318562 Download Presentation
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November . 15, . 2010. W.A.L.T.. We Are Learning To:. . Identify attributes. Identify and define adjective suffixes. Use meanings of prefixes, suffixes, and roots to define words.. Use assimilation to identify words with the prefix .
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Unit 22 Lesson 3
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Unit 22 Lesson 3
We Are Learning To:
Identify and define adjective suffixes
Use meanings of prefixes, suffixes, and roots to define words.
Use assimilation to identify words with the prefix
and assimilated forms. Slide3
Vowel Digraph- Sound Spelling Patterns
EA = E
UI = I
Head, Sweat, Wealth
Build, Guilt, Guild
Tough, Young, Touch
Notice that the vowel digraphs can represent short vowel sounds! Be careful when spelling! Slide4
Divide It: Compound Words
Compound words are: words made up of two or more smaller words.
Dividing the words into syllables will help with word recognition.
Their definitions are at the bottom of the pages.Slide14
Use the Clues-
Use the Clues B
Expression of the Day
A little bird told me
“I know who gave me the information being discussed, but I will not say who it was.”Slide17
Find It: Prepositional Phrases In the Text
Please turn to
in your workbook.Read lines 55-76 of “A Collection of Puzzling Tales”
Read sentence 1: When he grew old and ill and knew that he soon would die, he gathered his three sons in his room.
Identify the prepositional phrase, underline it, and circle the preposition.
When he grew old and ill and knew that he soon would die, he gathered his three sons in his room.Slide18
Student Text Pages 145-149
Read the title.
Explain the meaning of the word
Predict what the selection is about, on the title.
Read the storySlide19
Workbook Pages 155-156
Read the story on pages 145-149 in your hardcover and answer the questions.
Answer the questions on workbook pages 155-156.
Please use complete sentences!
(Correct punctuation, spelling, and grammar.)Slide20
Workbook Pages 155-156
Sample Response: The judge gave each
a “magical” stick. He explained that the guilty person’s stick would grow two inches. The judge knew that the guilty person would cut two inches off his or her stick to avoid being caught.
Sample Response: An electric lamp could be used instead of a match and candle to fill the room with light.
Sample Response: An old man who had three sons decided to leave his house and farm to his cleverest son. The old man created a test to determine which of his sons was the cleverest. The sons had to buy something that would fill an entire room.Slide21
Sample Response: King Solomon had to pick out a real flower from hundreds of fake flowers. The king opened a window and a bee flew inside the room. Since bees like nectar, the bee flew straight to the real flower. The king immediately knew which flower was real.