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  • xxiv Reading 2A: All Gods Creatures

    LESSON PLAN OVERVIEW

    Welcome to Reading 2 1 23 all 12, 343

    Seth and the Angry BugRealistic fictionby Eileen M. Berry

    2 412 210 34 dandy project quilt science stinky

    3 13 11 56

    Little Bugs TripFantasyby Becky Davis and Jan Joss

    4 1421 1218 78 breeze clever swelled

    tied underneath

    5 2228 1924 9101112 assessment

    antennae lily pad quivering

    shadow tongue

    6 29 25 1314

    Red-Eyed Tree Frog An informational bookby Joy Cowley

    7 3045 2641 1516 air caterpillar moth no longer

    poisonous rain forest slithers

    Lost and FoundPoetryby Morgan Reed Persun

    8 4647 4243 1718 corners worry

    Philip and His PetsRealistic fictionby Stephanie Ralston

    9 4854 4449 1920 allergies dull

    excited excuse

    10 5561 5055 2122 few habitat warts

    To MarketFictionby Susan W. Young

    11 6268 5661 2324 carried market river

    12 6975 6267 25262728 assessment

    The Crow and the PitcherA fableadapted by Maggie D. Sloan

    13 7682 6874 2930 blazed feathers fluttered

    headed perched scorching

    14 83 75 3132

    Lesson Content Lesson NumberTE Lesson

    PagesStudent Text

    Pages Worktext Pages Vocabulary

    Reading 2A: All Gods Creatures

  • xxvLesson Plan Overview

    Bible Truths Phonics Skills Lesson Objectives

    Overview of phonics characters Predict the theme of Student Text A based on the title and the cover art Recognize the value of the Contents pages and the Glossary Demonstrate current reading skills

    Respect your parentsControl your emotionsLove one another

    Short vowels (VC, VCC) Predict story events based on a story title Predict story events based on pictures of a storyThe following objectives are integral to this reading program. Since these objectives are incorporated in each reading lesson, they are not stated every time. Read silently for comprehension and enjoyment Answer literal and higher-order thinking questions based on silent reading Support answers with evidence from the story Read orally to convey meaning and emotion Read and understand vocabulary in context

    Show kindness to others Reread a story aloud, reading dialogue to portray the characters Recognize the purpose of a story title Choose the best title for a story Discuss and evaluate titles with a partner Draw a picture for a story

    Practice Christlike humility Consonant blends (initial, final) Learn about a character based on how he looks, what he says, and what he does Infer the motives and emotions of characters Recognize fanciful elements in a story

    Faith in Gods promisesPractice Christlike humility

    Long vowels (VV, VCe) Infer the motives and emotions of characters Recognize change in a character Recognize characteristics of fantasy

    Reread a story aloud, reading dialogue to portray the change in a character Retell the story to a partner, recalling facts and details in sequence Write about how a character changes

    God is the Master CreatorGod is the Master Designer

    Consonant digraphs (wh, th, sh, ch)

    Recognize characteristics of informational text Organize prior knowledge, reading goals, and new information with a K-W-L Chart Communicate meaning by using end punctuation

    Recognize uses of sound effect words in poetry Recognize rhyming words in a poem Listen to a poem for comprehension and enjoyment Write a four-line poem using a model

    Compound words Learn about a character based on how he looks, what he says, and what he does

    Care for Gods creationBe diligent and hard-working

    Consonant blends and digraphs Learn about a character based on how he looks, what he says, and what he does

    Be kind to one anotherBe willing to work

    Suffixes (-ed as /t/, /d/, /ed/) Recognize a problem and its solution Identify the problem in the story Make predictions and verify outcomes

    The importance of prayer Syllabication (counting syllables)

    Identify the solution in the story Make predictions and verify outcomes Write a solution to a problem shown in a picture

    Love your neighborPersevere in reaching goals

    Syllabication (counting syllables: -ed and -ing)

    Recognize the moral of a fable Identify sound effect words Interpret the characters feelings from their actions

    Reread the story aloud, reading dialogue to portray the characters Recall story details Compare two retellings of a fable using a Venn diagram Retell the fable to a partner

  • xxvi Reading 2A: All Gods Creatures

    Lesson Content Lesson NumberTE Lesson

    PagesStudent Text

    Pages Worktext Pages Vocabulary

    Owl FaceRealistic fictionby Eileen M. Berry

    15 8493 7684 3334 strange threw

    tossed whispered

    16 94101 8591 35363738 assessment

    bind examined

    piece screen

    Be Wise about OwlsAn article by Eileen M. Berry and Amy Schoneweis

    17 10210 92100 3940 camouflage desert digested

    prey protect

    18 111 101 4142

    Dogs at WorkAn articleby Kathleen Hynicka

    19 11218 1027 4344 breeds handler healthy

    search suspect

    20 11925 10813 45464748 assessment

    adopted blind deaf difficulty

    disability guide mobility

    Sams SurpriseRealistic fictionby Wendy M. Harris

    21 12632 11419 4950 fast replied thrown

    22 13340 12026 51525354 assessment

    arrived bounded fetch

    fielded pranced

    23 141 127 5556

    Book Activity: Bookmark

    Reading Skill Check 1

    24 14243

    A King for Brass CobwebFantasyby Dawn L. Watkins Adapted for drama by Eileen M. Berry

    25 14452 12835 5758 citizens farewell giant

    kingdom mist peppermint

    26 15360 13641 5960 beggars meadows swayed

    traveled woolly

    27 16168 14247 6162 cornstalks huddle ruined

    28 16975 14852 6364 exits startled

    29 17682 15358 65666768 assessment

    adventures deeds thicket

    30 183 159 6970

    Book Activity Share Day 31 18485

  • xxviiLesson Plan Overview

    Bible Truths Phonics Skills Lesson Objectives

    r-influenced vowels (ar, or) Recognize a problem and its solution

    Care for Gods creationDisplay Gods love to othersForgive and love one another

    r-influenced vowels (er, ir, ur) Recognize a problem and its solution

    God, the Master, created all things for good Suffixes (words with the VC pattern)

    Recognize an article Organize prior knowledge, reading goals, and new information with a K-W-L Chart Recognize glossary features: entry words, definitions, and sample sentences

    Reread facts from an article Identify facts about the topic to complete a word web Plan and write together a short story to match a story title

    Long vowels (igh as //) Locate information using text features: picture captions and section headings Recognize the main idea of a section in an article

    Gods design and mans care for creation Long vowels (y as a vowel) Locate information using text features: picture captions and section headings Recognize the main idea of a section in an article Choose the main idea of an article

    God created all things for goodBear one anothers burdens

    Long vowels (in open syllables) Predict story events based on titles Predict story events based on pictures

    Show friendliness and brotherly kindnessServe others with humility

    Long vowels (VCe) Predict story events based on titles Predict story events based on pictures

    Create an audio recording while rereading the story aloud Follow directions to construct an origami dog Respond to reading through written expression Read written work with a partner

    Enjoy recreational reading Choose a book on the students independent reading level Create a simple Book Activity: a bookmark Demonstrate mastery of reading skills

    Respect your eldersPut others before yourselfGive to others unselfishly

    Compound words Identify features of a play Identify the cast of characters in a play Predict story events based on pictures Read orally to portray characters in a play Listen to a drama for comprehension and enjoyment

    God gives strength for courage Suffixes (changing y to i) Identify traits of characters Predict story events Read orally to portray characters in a play Listen to a drama for comprehension and enjoyment

    Be honest at all timesLove God and obey Him

    Contractions (with not) Identify traits of characters Predict story events Read orally to portray characters in a play

    Be friendly and help others Syllabication (counting syllables) Identify traits of characters Predict story events Read orally to portray characters in a play

    Practice Christlike humilityChrist is the true king

    Special vowels (oo as /oo/ and /oo/)

    Identify traits of characters Predict story events Read orally to portray characters in a play

    Reread the play, reading dialogue to portray the characters traits Retell the story to a partner, recalling characters and events in each place Compare story characters

    Share a book that has been read independently Share a completed bookmark about the book read independently

  • xxviii Reading 2B: Hearts and Hands

    Lesson Content Lesson NumberTE Lesson

    PagesStudent Text

    Pages Worktext Pages Vocabulary

    Kate KangarooFantasyby Karen Wilt

    32 18694 16067 7172 explained happily

    plot tar

    33 195201 16872 7374 bothering counter shelled

    34 2026 17376 75767778 assessment

    35 207 177 7980

    What Is a Marsupial?An articleby Gail Fitzgerald and Amy Schoneweis

    36 20813 17882 8182 adults Australia cornered

    countries enemy protection

    37 21417 18385 8384 eucalyptus

    Hope for a Sinful WorldA Bible accounttaken from Genesis 2 and 3

    38 21824 18691 8586 ashamed created decided rememb

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