Module 1 Week 6

Farm...Get Up Rick

Module 1

Module One: Becoming a Close Reader and Writing to Learn

Students learn how to determine the explicit meaning of a text. They ask and answer questions to determine the central message. They identify an informative topic and write pieces that include two or more facts and a sense of closure. They use narrative writing to describe an experience with thoughts and feelings.

STANDARDS/READING STRATEGIES:

Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details.

Beginning, Middle, End; Summarizing

FARM ANIMAL RESOURCES

Sight Words

Sight Words: late, yes, fast, him, sit, will, black, sick, back

Word Study

Digraphs- k, ck: Pick a Sack


pack, tack, back, rack, sack, pick, sick, kick, Nick, Rick

UNITS OF STUDY RESOURCES

USING FEELINGS IN YOUR WRITING

DAILY 5

WRITING/GRAMMAR


1. Introduce word wall (use words in your writing, use familiar words to spell new words)

Use approximate spellings

CC.1.4.1.Q - Use a variety of words and phrases.

2. Write about special places (make a list of special places...farm, apple orchard, corn field)

3. Narrative writing to describe a place and an experience with thoughts and feelings.

CC.1.4.1.O - Include thoughts and feelings to describe experiences and events

Shared writing:We love going to the farm. We liked milking the cows. We liked feeding the chickens.

Free Write Example: I love going to the beach. I made sand castles. I went swimming in the waves.

4. Include Who? What? Where? Why? When in your writing.