Day 1 Money Theme:
A New Coat For Anna By Harriet Ziefert
Word knowledge • 1. sheer shear dye die hair hare These words are homophones (words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings. • 2. celebrate celebration invitation reflect reflection The suffix tion added on the words changes the word from a verb to a noun • 3. measure measured measurement These words have the same base word. • 4. divide division comprehend comprehension Word pairs with the suffix sion added changing words from a verb to a noun • 5. tomorrow summer pretty button happy Found in the story (Divide into syllabes)
Sentences • The farmer said, “ What a good idea! But you will have to wait until spring when I shear my sheep’s winter wool.” • She stopped at every store to look at her reflection in the window. • “Anna, I’d be very happy to make you a new coat, but first I must take your measurements.” These sentences contains homophones (wait/weight, I/eye, shear/sheer) words with suffixes (reflection, stopped, measurements? 4. We hope tomorrow will be a pretty summer day. Words with double consonants rr, tt, mm, (tomorrow, pretty, summer)
Prior Knowledge • What do you know about money? • How do you spend and save your money? • Have you already read any books about money?
Read Aloud Money Money Money • Money
Focus Questions • How would our lives be different if we no longer used paper and coins for money?
Question • How do you think our current system of paper and coin money developed?
Read Aloud Discussion • What did people use before there was money? They bartered. • What type of things did people use for money before they used metal? animals, beads, shells • Why did people start using metal for money? It was easier to take care of than animals. • What was the first country to make coins? Lydia
Continue • Why did governments take over making coins? So people wouldn’t have to weigh coins all the time and because people feel better when the government is in charge of making money. • Do people still use things other than money to get what they want? Yes, some people use checks or credit cards. Some people still barter
Money • In what ways does this Read Aloud relate to the theme? • What did you learn about money? • How did this story change your ideas about money?
Journal Writing: • On one side make of list of things that money can buy. On the other side make a list of things that you value and money cannot buy.
Concept/Question • Write question, comments and post on Concept Question Board
S V Selection Vocabulary • remained strung wound weaver bolt
Definition • remained---stayed in the same place or stayed the same. • strung---stretched from one palace to another • wound--- wrapped around and around • weaver---a person who makes fabric from thread or yarn • bolt---a roll of cloth
Match word with correct definition bolt remained strung weaver wound ___ stayed in the same place or stayed the same. ____ a person who makes fabric from thread or yarn. ____ a roll of cloth. ____ stretched from one place to another. ____ wrapped around and around.
Meet Author/Illustrator • Pg. 24: Questions • Harriet Ziefert, like many of the authors was once a teacher. Why do you think so many teachers like to write? • Good teachers like to tell stories to help explain what they are teaching. By being writers themselves, teachers can also help students improve their writing by example and editing.
Author Illustrator • Harriet liked to develop her story together with the illustrator. Why? • Working together, artist and writer can brainstorm about what they are trying to create. Anita Lobel grew up during World War II. How do you think this helped her develop the illustrations for “A New Coat for Anna”? She probably remembers what some of the towns like and what a relief it was when the war was over.
Drawing and drama • Lobel says that drawing is like drama. Can you think of ways that drawing and drama are similar? • Drawing and drama both tells stories. They both show emotions and feelings through the characters’ faces.
WKB Day 1 World Knowledge Board
Words and sentences • sheer shear dye die hair hare • celebrate celebration invite invitation reflect reflection • measure measured measurements • divide division comprehend comprehension • tomorrow summer pretty button happy
1. The farmer said, “What a good idea! But you will have to wait until spring when I shear my sheep’s winter wool.” • 2. She stopped at every store to look at her reflection in the window.
Continue • 3. Anna, “ I’ll be very happy to make you a new coat, but first we must take your measurements”. • 4. We hope tomorrow will be a pretty day.
What do these words have in common? • ???????? ?????????? ?????????? Raise you r hand!
sheer shear dye die hair hare They are homophones, words that are pronounced the same, but have different meanings. celebrate celebration invite invitation reflect reflection They are word pairs with the suffix tion
measure measured measurements All have the base word measure and belong to the same word family. (note the sound spelling of the letter s) SAY THE WORDS WITH ME!
divide division comprehend comprehension The second word is the base word with a suffix sion tomorrow summer pretty button happy Sentence is found in the story and have words with double consonants, rr, mm, tt, pp.
Sentence • The farmer said, “What a good idea! But you will have to wait until spring when I shear my sheep’s winter wool.”
Continue • She stopped at every store to look at her reflection in the mirror. • “Anna, I’d be very happy to make you a new coat, but first I must take your measurements.” Homophones ( wait weight, I eye, shear sheer. Suffix tion, ed and ments.
We hope tomorrow will be a pretty summer day. Double consonants rr, tt, mm in tomorrow, pretty, summer.
Oral Language Choose 2 words and use them in a sentence. • 1. sheer shear dye die hair hare • 2. celebrate celebration invite invitations reflect reflections • 3. measure measured measurements • 4. divide division comprehend comprehension • 5. tomorrow summer pretty button happy Developing Oral Language
Choose 2 words and use them in a sentence • sheer shear dye die hair hare • celebrate celebration invite invitation reflect reflection • measure measured measurements • divide division comprehend comprehension • tomorrow summer pretty button happy
Buildnd Vocabulary • remained stayed in the same place or stayed the same.
strung • Stretched from one place to another
wound • Wrapped around and around
weaver • A person who makes fabric from thread or yarn
bolt • A roll of cloth
Word Analysis • tomorrow summer pretty button happy • These words contains double consonants Word Analysis
Spelling • better • tomorrow • letter • summer • potter • pretty • rubber • button • soccer • happy • ladder • hammer • scatter • dinner • slippers
Language Arts • Pg. 254 Handbook for prepositional phrases. • Indep. Pr. Lang. Comp. WB pg. 92-93
Decodable #29 • Read • QUESTIONS
Read story: Focus on comprehension strategies • Summarizing: summarize what you have learned • Predicting: making predictions about what you think will happen • Monitoring and Clarifying: stop reading to clarify words, phrases, or concepts that you make find confusing before continuing to read the story. • Making Inferences: combine what you already know to information from the text to make inferences about the story, characters, and events.
Questions: • Why did Anna’s mother trade her possessions with other people? • Why was money scarce? • What was the steps used in making the coat? • What did the story teach you about money or the lack of money? Check clues/problems/wondering and compare.
Independent work • Spelling and vocabulary skills pg. 74-76, 92 • Writers workbook pg. 55-55, 156