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Unit 6:
Together
We Can

1st Grade Reading

Unit 6: Together We Can

$160 per month

 1 session per week

 

Teacher

Allison Bruning 

Subjects

Reading

 

Ages

7 - 8 years old

Grades

1st

   

Sessions

 

Session 1: Taking Action

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read "Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type" by Doreen Cronin and "Be A Volunteer" by Wonders Reading Program.

Students will write a letter to the farmer in Click, Clack, Moo using a sentence starter. 

Students will identify words with the u sound spelled with oo. u, u_e, ou and ui.

Students will place high frequency words in the correct sentence. 

Students will describe the differences between the words demand and emergency.

Students will use clues in a story to identify its theme.

Students will recognize different synonyms.

Students will understand how the meaning of a word changes when -ful or -less has been added to the ending of it. 

Students will use captions to answer questions about an illustration. 

Session 2: My Team

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read "Meet Rosina" by George Ancana, and "Abuelita's Lap" by Pat Mora.

Students will respond to Meet Rosina using a sentence starter. 

Students will identify words with the ua sound in words spelled with a, au, augh, and al.

Students will place high frequency words in the correct sentence.   

Students will describe the differences between the words accept and often.

Students will use clues within a text to determine the author's purpose.

Students will recognize different antonyms.

Students will identify vowel teams within different words. 

Students will identify sensory words. 

Session 3: Weather Together

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read "Rain School" by James Rumford, and "Rainy Weather" by Wonders Reading Program.

Students will respond to Rain School using a sentence starter. 

Students will identify when the sound at the beginning of a word is silent. 

Students will place high-frequency words in the correct sentences so the sentence makes sense. 

Students will describe the differences between the words country and gathers.

Students will analyze cause and effect within a text.

Students will describe how similes help readers picture what they read. 

Students will identify the two different words that make a compound word.

Students will understand how headings help readers understand nonfiction text. 

Session 4: Sharing Traditions

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read "Lissy's Friends" by Grade Lin and "Making Paper Shapes" by Wonders Reading Program.

Students will write a family tradition using a sentence starter.

Students will write a letter to Lissy using a sentence starter.

Students will follow directions to make an origami puppy face.

Students will identify words with three letter consonant blends.

Students will place high-frequency words in the correct sentences so the sentence makes sense. 

Students will describe the differences between the words difficult and nobody.

Students will use clues in a story to identify its theme.

Students will identify the two different words that make a compound word.

Students will describe how adding -ed and -ing to a root word changes the meaning of the word.

Students will answer questions after reading directions.

 

Session 5: Time For Kids

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read "Happy Birthday, USA" and "A Young Nation Grows" by Wonders Reading Program.

Students will summarize and respond to the texts. 

Students will identify words with the phonemic sounds of air, are, and ear.

Students will place high-frequency words in the correct sentences so the sentence makes sense. 

Students will describe the differences between nation and unite. 

Students will use clues within a text to determine the author's purpose.

Students will describe how metaphors can help a reader picture what they are reading in their mind.

Students will identify words with r-controlled vowel syllables.

Students will follow directions on a map. 

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