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OL Reading Group

Reading Street Unit 6.1


Monday:
1. Phonics review- contractions
Contraction match
o Students have to draw lines to match the contractions with the spelled out version
o Then have to write the letters that are left out of the contractions at the bottom of the page
2. Decodable reader- Hide and Seek
Highlight word pattern
Read together
Popcorn read
Partner read
Tuesday:
1. Phonics review- contractions
Read phonic songs and rhymes chart 26 and identify contractions
Students will highlight contractions from the song and rhymes chart
o They will then write the contraction and full version at the bottom of their papers (ex. hes
means he is)
2. Leveled reader- Heroes of the American Revolution
Introduce book
o Many people helped the United States gain its independence from Britain. Four such people
were Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Margaret Corbin, and Dicey Langston.
o Explain that the American Revolution led to the United States becoming an independent
countryfree from English rule. Encourage children to share what they know about the
American Revolution.
Introduce vocabulary
o Read the words and have students repeat. Discuss the words during reading by using context
clues
Review comprehension skills- main idea and details, story structure
Popcorn read with discussion
o P. 4- It says the American Revolution began. What do you think the American Revolution is?
o P. 6- What information on this page is a fact? What about an opinion?
o P. 7- Why is Benjamin Franklin a hero?
o P. 8- What job did George Washington have during the American Revolution?
Wednesday:
1. Phonics review- contractions
Make contractions
o Have written out words and have students make the contraction
2. Leveled readers- Heroes of the American Revolution
Continue where left off on Tuesday
Popcorn read with discussion
o P. 10- Why is George Washington a hero?
o P. 12- Why do you think women wanted to fight in the American Revolution?
o P. 13- How did Dicey Langston get the nickname Daring Dicey?
o P. 15- What does the American flag tell us?
o What was the main idea of this text?
3. Written response
Write 2 details to support the main idea

Thursday:
1. Phonics review- contractions
Identify contractions
o Have students read sentences and circle the contractions in the sentences
o Then have then write down the full version of the contractions (ex. shell means she will)
2. Leveled readers- The Story of the Statue
Introduce book
o What do you already know about the Statue of Liberty?
Introduce vocabulary
o Say the words and have students repeat. Use context clues to figure out the words meaning
Review comprehension skills- main ideas and details, story structure
Popcorn read with discussion
o P. 5- Why do you think France wanted to give the United States a gift?
o P. 7- Why was the statue built in pieces?
o P. 8- Why did they send the arm and torch back to France?
Friday:
1. Phonics review- contractions
Identify contraction
o Have students read sentences and circle the contractions in the sentences
o Then have then write down the full version of the contractions (ex. shell means she will)
2. Leveled readers- The Story of the Statue
Continue where left off on Thursday
Popcorn read with discussion
o P. 10- What made the Statue of Liberty green?
o P. 12- It says that the Statue of Liberty stands for friendship between two countries. What two
countries are they talking about?
o P. 13- Why do you think the Statue of Liberty is holding those two objects?
3. Written response
What happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the text?