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Let’s Talk. . . Text Talk!!!

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Let’s Talk. . . Text Talk!!!

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  1. Let’s Talk. . . Text Talk!!!

  2. 1. Choose a book

  3. 2. The teacher chooses 3 words to explicitly teach. • reluctant • insisted • drowsy TIER TWO WORDS

  4. Teacher reads the book!

  5. Teacher reads the word reluctant What is the word that we are learning?

  6. 3. The teacher uses the word in the context of the text. (Share sentence from text) Lisa was reluctant to leave without Corduroy, but her mother insisted.

  7. 3. The teacher provides a student friendly definition, shows pictures or concrete objects , and whenever possible uses student’s first language. reluctant: Reluctant means you are not sure to do something.

  8. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • reluctant (underline it) • reluctant (frame it) reluctant (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  9. The teacher provides examples in contexts other than the one used in the story. • I would be reluctant to leave my toys at grandma’s house. • I would be reluctant to change a baby’s diaper. • I would be reluctant to leave the school without my books.

  10. 4. The students interact with examples or provide their own examples. 1.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 2.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 3.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction

  11. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • reluctant (underline it) • reluctant (frame it) reluctant (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  12. Teacher reads the word insisted What is the word that we are learning?

  13. 3. The teacher uses the word in the context of the text. (Share sentence from text) Lisa was reluctant to leave without Corduroy, but her mother insisted.

  14. 3. The teacher provides a student friendly definition, shows pictures or concrete objects , and whenever possible uses student’s first language. insisted: insisted means to say that something MUST be done – and you won’t take no for an answer.

  15. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • insisted (underline it) • insisted (frame it) . insisted (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  16. 4.The teacher provides examples in contexts other than the one used in the story. • The teacher insisted that I have to do my homework. • José insisted and that’s why I went to the park. • She insisted in reading that book to us.

  17. 4. The students interact with examples or provide their own examples. 1.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 2.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 3.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction

  18. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • insisted (underline it) • insisted (frame it) . insisted (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  19. Teacher reads the word drowsy What is the word that we are learning?

  20. 3. The teacher uses the word in the context of the text. (Share sentence from text) But by now Corduroy felt se drowsy, and soon he nodded off to sleep.

  21. 3. . The teacher provides a student friendly definition, shows pictures or concrete objects , and whenever possible uses student’s first language. Drowsy means feeling as though you are going to fall asleep. drowsy:

  22. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • drowsy (underline it) • drowsy (frame it) . drowsy (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  23. The teacher provides examples in contexts other than the one used in the story. • Sometimes riding in the car makes people feel drowsy, as though they may want to take a nap. • After staying up late, the next day you may feel drowsyat school. • What might make you feel drowsy, loud drum playing or soft music?

  24. 4. The students interact with examples or provide their own examples. 1.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 2.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction 3.--------------------------------------. Teacher interaction

  25. The students are asked to repeat /read the word. Concept of word DIRECTIONALITY –LEFT TO RIGHT • drowsy (underline it) • drowsy (frame it) . drowsy (stretch it) Phonemic Awareness

  26. USING ALL THREE WORDS insisted We talked about three words: • reluctant • insisted • drowsy Let’s think about them! drowsy reluctant

  27. * Show us how your mom might look if she insistedyou go to bed.*Show us how you would look if you felt reluctant about taking your little sister to the park. *Show us how you would look if you sat in a comfortable chair and started to feel drowsy.

  28. References Bringing Words to Life by Isabel Beck, Margaret McKeown, and Linda Kucan