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Learning Objective. We will read irregularly spelled words. What are we going to do?. CFU. Activate Prior Knowledge. Sound out and read the following words.. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 3rd Grade ELALearning Objective: We will read irregularly spelled words. EDI Lesson Overview

    Focus Standard:3.RF.3d Read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words.Support Standard:Prerequisite(s):1.RF.3c Know final e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds. 1.RF.3g Recognize and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words. 2.RF.3f Recognize and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words. Manipulative(s):Special Instructions:Refer to slide 13 for definitions and pronunciations for the irregularly spelled words used in this lesson. Refer to slide 14 for extra irregularly spelled words.

    VocabularyAcademic:memorize, spellContent:irregularly spelled wordsSupport:

    Common Core Shifts in ELA / LiteracyShift 1 K-5, Balancing Informational & Literary TextsShift 2 6-12, Building Knowledge in the DisciplinesShift 3 Staircase of ComplexityShift 4 Text-based AnswersShift 5 Writing from SourcesShift 6 Academic Vocabulary

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. READY TO TEACHSM EDI Lessons2013 All rights reserved.

    We will read irregularly spelled words.Sound out and read the following words.ELALearning ObjectiveActivate Prior Knowledge

    man2. vandog4. log

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out.The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words must be memorized1.Read Irregularly Spelled WordsConcept Development*Note: Teacher pronounces irregular words letter by letter using regular letter sounds first to demonstrate improper pronunciation, followed by the correct way to pronounce the word. For example, castle is pronounced KAS ul.

    Irregularly Spelled WordsRegularly Spelled Wordscastlecatsuresunwashasonewon

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Irregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out.The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words must be memorized.Skill Development/Guided Practice

    Spell2 each wordRead 3 timesWrite 1 timeRead 3 timesIdentify the irregularly spelled word. (Underline)Read the sentence.1earthHe dug a hole in the earth.2machineMy uncle fixed the washing machine.3heightMy height is 46 inches.4straightThe teacher told us to draw a straight line.5becomeNext year, we will become 4th-graders.6rhymeDear and ear are words that rhyme.7cycleA cycle repeats over and over again.8seizeSeize means to grab something quickly.9journeyA journey is a long trip.10roughThe toads skin is very rough.

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued)Fill in the blanks in the passage with the irregularly spelled word from the word bank. Space Robot Dr. Tanaka has built a robot to join him on his ___________ into space. His robot is made up of parts from other__________. The robots name is Bubo. It _________ 50 pounds, and its __________ measures 60 inches (5 feet). Bubo is programmed like a computer to help Dr. Tanaka drive the spaceship. Dr. Tanaka and Bubo are going to take pictures of stars and the ________ while in space. Dr. Tanaka hopes to discover a new star that he can name after Bubo. Their ____________will be long, and at times tough. But, Dr. Tanaka knows Bubo will be a helpful space-travel pilot! 104 wordsjourney/voyagemachinesweighsheightEarthvoyage/journey

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Reading irregularly spelled words will help you read many books.Reading irregularly spelled words will help you do well on tests.12RelevanceIrregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out.The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words must be memorized.

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    What did you learn today about reading irregularly spelled words? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank.Summary ClosureSkill ClosureAccess Common CoreIrregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out.The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words must be memorized.Julia says that bats is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out.Marc says that rhyme is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out.Do you agree with Julia or with Marc? Explain your answer.

    Marc is correct. Rhyme is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out.

    1. earth2. machine3. height

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Independent PracticeIrregularly spelled words have letters that do not follow the regular sounds of the alphabet. Irregularly spelled words cannot be sounded out.The spelling and reading of irregularly spelled words must be memorized.

    1. earth2. machine3. height4. straight5. become6. rhyme7. cycle 8. seize9. journey10. rough

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Teddy is reading his science book. He is trying to sound out the bolded words. Are the words regularly or irregularly spelled? How do you know? Periodic Review 1Access Common CoreEarth and cycle are both irregular words because they cannot be sounded out.

    Spell and read each word to your partner. Write 1 timeRead 3 timesIdentify the irregularly spelled word. (Underline)Read the sentence.1machineThe machine stopped working.2roughThe rock is rough. 3rhymeWords that rhyme have the same ending sounds. 4 becomeHe will become an actor.

    Water Cycle

    Water on earth moves in a cycle. That water keeps going around and around and around. This is called the Water Cycle.

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Periodic Review 2Access Common Core Moa is reading her science book. She wants you to help her read because it has too many irregularly spelled words. Underline which words you will help Moa read. Explain why.

    The Long Journey of the Butterfly The butterfly surely gets around. In winter, the butterfly starts its rough journey to Mexico. Millions of butterflies make the journey and huddle on straight tree branches that become bent due to the weight of the butterflies.Read each irregularly spelled word to your partner. Journey, surely, rough, straight, and weight are all irregular words that are hard to spell because you cannot sound them out.

    1. earth2. machine3. height4. straight5. become6. rhyme

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Periodic Review 3Access Common CoreRead each sentence. Underline the irregularly spelled words. Before Trains and Cars Before machines like trains or cars, people used covered wagons to take long trips across the United States. Their journey was rough and long. There were no roads, just trails made by other wagons. There were very few bridges so most had to go straight through the water. It was a dangerous, long, and rough journey. The class had just read the passage below about what transportation was like before trains and cars.

    Identify the irregularly spelled words in the passage (circle) and write them below. For each word, explain why it is an irregularly spelled word.Machines is an irregularly spelled word because it cannot be sounded out.

    1The height of the roof is 10 feet tall. 2A butterflys life cycle has four stages. 3We can see the Moons four-week lunar cycle from Earth. 4Please walk in a straight line when walking next to the machine. 5The ships went on a journey to seize the cargo from the pirates.

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. 2013 All rights reserved.

    Irregularly spelled wordPronunciationDefinition 1earthurth(n) planet humans live on; land; or soil plants grow in2machinemuh SHEENa piece of equipment with moving parts that uses power3heighththow tall someone or something is4straightstratsomething that does not bend or curve 5becomebih KUHMto begin to be something or to develop in a particular way 6rhymerm(n) short poem or song; (v) two words or lines in poetry that end with the same sound7cycles kul(n) number of related events that happen again and again in the same order; (v) to travel by bicycle8seizeseezto take hold of something or take control of a place suddenly 9journeyJUR nee(n) time spent traveling from one place to another; (v) to travel 10roughruhfsomething that is not smooth or has an uneven surface

    CCSS 3rd Grade Reading Foundational Skills 3.0dRead irregularly spelled words.Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers o

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