Today's lesson will be addressing the CCSS of engaging students in a discussion about the relationship between the illustrations and the text. This book will be good for this discussion. The illustrations are very elaborate and crazy while the text is easy to read. I foresee great conversations with this book. My students will then compose sentences about one of the story events.
Release year: 2021. Handy and inventive pup Tag chases adventure with her best pal, Scooch, solving problems and helping the citizens of Pawston along the way. Welcome to Pawston / Ruff Day on the Job 24m. Tag and her new friend, Scooch, make their way across town to attend a party in a tree. Mail dog Gerald is being. Go Dog Go Lesson Plan - Unit 5. Check the last lesson's homework by asking random students to read certain pages. Read pages 32 to 37 to the class. Play hangman for new words such as play, work, boat, party, night etc. Students read 32 to 37, and then in pairs one students reads while the other student acts out as in Play, dogs, play. “One reason a dog is such a loveable creature is his tail wags instead of his tongue.” Anonymous Go, Dog. Is a half circus, half picture book. It is very physical. Think of it as a pop-up book that comes to life – with accordion music! The dogs in the original book are quite like humans, and the humans in this play are quite like dogs. Go Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Share to Twitter. 14 day loan required to access EPUB and PDF files. Books to Borrow.
I begin my lesson with my students seated at my back reading table. I will be working with my high reading groups with this book. I use a template for our reading warm up, each student gets a template which they read individually. Each student uses a green witch finger to help them point to the letters and words and a sand timer so they can time themselves with the letter naming fluency part. The template is divided into sections for quick review of the skills. The fist part is a letter naming fluency practice. They turn their timer and say all the letter names they can in a minute. The district set a goal for the students to be able to say 55 correct letter names in a minute. The next section is for non sense word fluency. I write three rows of nonsense words composed of two or three letters. We practice blending the sounds trying to encourage the students to be able to read them as whole words. Our district has set the goal at twenty eight sounds and one word during a one minute timing. I put the words from the story that can be sounded out and then I put in what I call New Words, words in the story that can not be sounded out because we don't know all the rules yet. I also have a high frequency review table with the words from the story. When they have finished with the warm up template, I practice phoneme segmentation with them by saying words that they have to tell me all the sounds. Our District has set the goal for phoneme segmentation at 40 sounds a minute. Today, I am not going to make flash cards of the words in the story or any other props. I want to see how well my students can read with the skills they have. This will be a cold read and I will help them sound out words and tell them the tricky words.
'You have your templates, who wants a witch finger? Do you have a timer. When you are ready, just begin.'
I listen and encourage speed with the letter naming, help with vowel sounds in the nonsense word section. My ELL students have difficulty remembering the vowel sounds when they begin blending words. I listen and prompt with the blending of words and wait for them to review their high frequency words. I introduce the new words by having them touch the word, look at the word and say the word.
'Ok, great pacing with the letter sounds. We have to be fast for the test that is in two weeks. Now I am going to say a word, I want you to tell me all the sounds in that word. If I say fan you would say /f/ /a/ /n/. I am going to say words and you say all the sounds you hear.'
I rapidly say words with multiple sounds to help them practice this skill. I have instructed my students to use their sounding arm when saying all the word sounds. They stretch one arm out in front of them and using the other hand, tap the extended arm each time they say a letter sound. This action seems to help them.
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