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Lesson 21 - Day 1 2 nd Grade

A Chair for My Mother

Question of the Day


What is something special that you would save money for?

Review High Frequency Words


already
accept

woods
coming

curve
worry

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow


OUT OWL ABOUT BROWN

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow


Raise your hand if you hear the /ou/ sounds in the following words: on ounce dawn down pond pound around scoot scout scowl clown gone gown golf

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow


outside ouch loud scout ounce outline couch hound gown wow

howl shower flower allow vow now

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow


out crown pout how pound wow town ouch now scout frown outfit ground brow crowd

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow


1. 2.

Chad saw an owl fly down to the ground.


We heard a loud sound outside.

3.
4. 5.

A brown hound howled loudly.


A groundhog ate some sprouts of grass. The streets are crowded downtown.

Plot

Turn to page 162-163


Problem

Important Events

Solution

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Action Verb a word that tells what someone or something does.

Gina finds a just-right gift.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs


1. 2. 3. 4.

Danny and Gina go to the store.

Gina shops for a birthday gift for mom.


They see many goods for sale. Gina waves a timer in the air.

5.
6. 7.

She and her brother smell perfume.


At last, Gina sees a silky scarf. She wraps it with pretty paper.

8.

Mom puts the scarf around her neck.

Lesson 21 - Day 2 2 nd Grade

A Chair for My Mother

Question of the Day

What are some things that make people feel good?

Review High Frequency Words

eight sure

straight board

ago popular

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow

town

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow Juan found a dime on the ground. My dog barks when she wants to go out. Tess and her mother rode the bus to town.

Robust Vocabulary
TE 144

Turn to SE page 164-165

Reading
Realistic Fiction a story that could really happen.
Characters Setting

Problem

Important Events

Solution

Think Critically
1.

What problem do the characters in the story have? Where do the family members get the money that goes into the jar? Why do you think the family members try out so many chairs before they decide on one? How might the ending have been different if the characters had gone

2.

3.

4.

Robust Vocabulary

TE page 61

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

I see Ryan. He stands on his tiptoes. Ryan reaches up to the jar. Mom and I both watch him.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Add the ending s to most present tense action verbs when the naming part of the sentence tells about one. Add the ending es when a present tense action verb ends in s, x, sh, ch, or tch and the name part tells about one. Do not add an -s or es to a verb when the naming part tells about I, you, or more than one.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

You _____________ the wagon. (push, pushes)

One wheel ___________off. (fall, falls)

Dad ___________ the wheel. (fix, fixes)

Lesson 21 - Day 3 2 nd Grade

A Chair for My Mother

Question of the Day


What are some ways people show their feelings?

Review High Frequency Words


Everything Cheer Young Believe Finally enough

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou, ow

-ouch

-oud

-out

-ow

-owl

-own

Vowel Diphthong /ou/ ou,ow


Jess and Dad went to fish for trout. Dad had a brown pouch filled with bait. Jess asked, Can we crouch by the lake to fish? Soon Jess gave a loud howl as her rod dipped down. Reel it in now! shouted Dad. Wow! What a big trout! said Jess proudly.

Plot
What is plot? A Chair for My Mother
1. 2. 3. 4.

What happens at the beginning of the story? What happens in the middle of the story? What happens at the end? What was the problem and the solution of the story?

Compare and Contrast

Good readers know how to compare and contrast. When you compare two things, you tell how they are alike. When you contrast two things, you tell how they are different. Knowing how to compare and contrast can help you better understand what you read.

Robust Vocabulary
TE 76-77

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Kate shops. Bill shops.


Kate and Bill Shop.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Mr. Burns teaches. I teach. Leslie swims. Henry swims. Miguel fishes. Anna fishes.

Lesson 21 - Day 4 2 nd Grade

A Chair for My Mother

Question of the Day


What words would you use to describe how youd like things to be at home?

Review High Frequency Words


everything though guess short prove exercise

Abbreviations
Mister = Mr. February = Feb. Tuesday = Tues. Abbreviation = a short way to write a word.

Abbreviations
Begin

most abbreviations with a capital letter and end them with a period. abbreviations for some titles, such as Dr., Mr., Mrs., Ms. Abbreviations for the names of days and some months.

Use

Use

Abbreviations
September Doctor Thursday Sept. Doc Thurs sept. dctr. Thurs. Sept Dr. thurs

Plot
Pengs Plan

Winter was almost over. At the Carver School, Miss Cline and her class were thinking of ways to make their old school look cheerful. Everyone agreed that the school looked kind of gloomy.
We could plant flowers in the schoolyard! said Peng. We could earn money for the supplies by having a bake sale and doing a talent show. We like Pengs plan! said everyone in the class. Well, then, lets get to work, said Miss Cline.

In the next two months, the class held two bake sales. In late March, the students held a big talent show with the rest of the school. Many people paid two dollars a ticket.

Plot
By early April, the class had earned a lot of money. Miss Cline took them to a garden supply store to get supplies. Two weeks later, the school looked beautiful. The class had worked hard to plant flowers all around the building. Thank you, Principal Sanchez said to the class. The school looks cheerful!

Plot

What problem is introduced at the beginning of the story? What happens in the middle of the story?

What happens at the end of the story.

Make Predictions

Good readers make predictions as they read. They use their own knowledge and clues from the text and pictures to make predictions.

Make Predictions
Turn to page 168-169 in your student edition What do you predict the story might be about? What did you use to make your prediction?

What do you predict with happen next? What did you use to make your prediction?

Setting
Setting When Where

Robust Vocabulary

TE 88

1.

Five shirts for $5 is a great deal!

2.
3.

My fuzzy slippers are cozy.


Debbie traded her apple for some grapes.

4.

The bus driver transported us to school.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Add the ending s to most present tense action verbs when the naming part of the sentence tells about one. Add the ending es when a present tense action verb ends in s, x, ch, sh, or tch and the naming part of the sentence tell about one. Do not add an s or es to a verb when the naming part tells about I, you , or more than one.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Jemma tosses a ball to me.

Rusty and Spot jumps for it. I throws the ball.

Lesson 21 - Day 5 2 nd Grade

A Chair for My Mother

Question of the Day


What makes a home quiet, peaceful, and lasting?

Review High Frequency Words


already police short

lose

half

care

Abbreviations
Feb. Mar. Mon. Mr. Nov. Sat.
Days Months Titles of People

Dec.

Review
out now town found count crown crowd sound ground down

Plot

What happens during the beginning, middle, and end of the story. The beginning introduces the characters and tells about a problem. The middle tells how the characters deal with the problem. The end tells how to solve it.

Robust Vocabulary
Money Eating and Drinking Work

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

Add the ending s to most present tense action verbs when the naming part of the sentence tells about one.

Add the ending es when a present tense action verb ends in s, x, ch, sh, or tch and the naming part of the sentence tell about one.
Do not add an s or es to a verb when the naming part tells about I, you , or more than one. Combine two sentences that have the same present tense action verb with and. Do not add an ending to the verb.

Grammar Present Tense Action Verbs

1.

My brothers plays games.

2.

Sam teach me one.

3.

Sam misses a turn. Jay misses a turn.