Big Question:What kinds of transportation help us in an emergency? Author: Chris Demarest Genre: Informational Text
Big Question:What kinds of transportation help us in an emergency? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review
Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: Mayday! Mayday! • Vocabulary Words • Practice /ks/ • High-Frequency Words • Decodable Reader 25: On a Jet • Grammar: Question Marks and Uppercase Letters • Science: Weather • Social Studies: Economics • Math: Counting Wheels
The Coast Guard to the Rescue The yacht called “Mayday!” from the sea, To pilot and to crew, The mechanic stowed the swimmer’s gear, The Coast Guard to the rescue! The wind was strong upon the sea, The sailors’ fear grew, The flare gave off a shimmering light, The Coast Guard to the rescue!
Blend Sounds • b o x • f o x • t a x • M a x • R e x
High Frequency Words • a • the • with • go
Review • jet • Wes • had • bog • job • got • wet • will • fill • gas
Review • Jen • sat • grin • can • hop • fast • bag • met • and • on
did you see a blue fox • Did you see a blue fox?
Grammar • A question mark is used at the end of a sentence that asks a question. • How did you get to school today? is a question. • If a sentence asks a question, you use a question mark at the end of it. Questions start with an uppercaseletter like all other sentences.
Grammar Correct these sentences. • what can I do • What can I do? • how old are you • How old are you? • what time is it • What time is it?
Grammar • where is my pencil • Where is my pencil? • why is it cold • Why is it cold?
Let’s Write • We are going to take turns asking questions. • I am going to write your questions on the board. Be sure to check that I start the sentence with an uppercase letter and end it with a question mark.
Oral Language • Comprehension • Grammar Tomorrow we will read Mayday! Mayday! again.