Unit 2 Reading/Honey Bees - Day 3

Report
Communities
Unit 2
By: Jesus Cervantes
What
happens
inside a
bee
hive?
Yesterday:
Long e: e, ee and VCCV
Syllable Pattern, HighFrequency Words, and
Nouns in Sentences
Today:
Spelling and Phonics:
Long e: e, ee and VCCV
syllable pattern
Skill: Compare and
Contrast
Grammar:
Nouns in Sentences
Today we will read about honey
bees. First we’ll read about the
different kinds of bees and the
jobs they do. Then we’ll learn
about how they live together.
 What do you know about
bees?
individual
industrious
Amazing
Words
special
slither
creep
romp
Objective: Build oral vocabulary.
Just what do they mean?
individual – one person
industrious – working hard
special – different from or
really good
creep – to move slowly and
quietly
Just what do they mean?
slither – to move along by sliding
romp – to move or play in a
lively way
Time to Read
A Frog in the Bog
This story is told in
rhyme. Rhyming
words sound alike at
the end. The words
look alike at the end
too. Yesterday we
read to find out how
the critters in the
bog moved.
 Listen today to
find out what lessons
the critters in the
bog learned.
By: Karma Wilson
 What lessons did the critters learn? How
can you tell?
 Would a happy animal or a sad animal romp?
 Why would the animals romp away from the
frog?
 Do you think the
frog’s scream was
as loud as a
trumpet?
 Listen to the
sounds in trumpet.
trum, pet
 I see two syllables
in trumpet. Then I
blend the parts
together.
Objective: Blend and segment syllables.
 Now listen to the
sounds in kitten.
kit, ten = kitten
 What are the syllables
in kitten?
 What word do the
syllables kit/ten make?
picnic
insect
pretzel
hidden
We have had words like these and Pete.
Long e: e, ee
we = w e
me
see
wheel he
free she
green teeth
seed = s ee d
need sleep
beef
queen
deep
Long e: e, ee
Word
Review
free
she
three
trees
bees
sees
seen
keep
feet
meet
speeds
wheel
feel
weed
cheese
We have had words like tab and let.
Syllables VCCV
tablet = tab let
attic
kitten
problem traffic
hidden
object
until
rabbit
button
fabric
Words
To
Know
napkin
ribbon
rabbit
happen
until
soccer
buttons
slippers
mitten
kittens
basket
insect
Every little bee must work to help the hive.
Some must work to keep their pretty queen alive.
Others fly from flower to tree
To collect sweet things they see
Oh, they work all day and never quit at five.
A bee worker feeds the babies all day long.
She must see that they grow healthy, big,
and strong.
Bees don’t worry about the weather.
They just keep working together.
As they work, they buzz out one big happy song.
e, ee
Two Syllables
he, happen, deep, rabbit, sweet,
tablet, wheel, basket
Sentences
To
Read
1. The bee fed on sweet nectar.
2. The cheese is a rat’s best meal.
3. The chick peeps until it becomes
free.
4. The deep green dish belongs
to Lee.
5. It will take a week for the weeds
to grow back.
6. Keep the three things for the
queen.
7. Keep your teeth for your pillow.
Spelling Words
be
he
me
we
she
see
tree
feet
week
green
Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.
Spelling Practice
be
feet
he
see
we
green
me
she
tree
week
Where do you see honey bees?
First
Bees get nectar from flowers.
Next
They take the nectar back to the hive
and make honey.
Last
The bees store the honey in the hive’s
wax cells.
• Where do bees live?
• How do bees make honey?
Connect to the Selection
 A beehive is a busy and amazing place! Honey
bees live there in big groups. Do you think a
community of insects can be like a community of
people in some ways? In the selection we are
about to read, we’ll find out how bees work and
live together in a beehive.
Selection Words
worker – a person, animal, or insect that does a
lot of work
flowers – the colored part of a plant that
makes seeds or fruit
nectar – a sweet liquid that is made by flowers
honey – a sweet liquid made by bees
cold – something that is not as warm as your
body
family
other
also
their
some
new
Monitor Progress
also
other
food
little
work
new
some
their
family
grow
many
together
Skill: Compare and Contrast
 Things that are alike are the same, and
things that are different are not the same.
 As you read, ask yourself how things are
alike.
 As you read, ask yourself how things are
different.
Strategy: Preview
 To preview means to look at the pictures and
read some of the sentences to find out what
kind of selection it is and what it might be
about.
Ask yourself these questions as
you read Honey Bees?
• What kind of selection is this?
• What might this selection be
about?
Time
To
Read
Time for Stations
Antonyms
The worker bees work hard all the time.
Look at the sentences and find the two
words that have opposite meanings.
The bees work to gather nectar.
They do not stop to play.
Words like work and play that have
opposite meanings are called antonyms.
Multiple-Meaning Words
outside
inside
bad
good
hot
cold
large
small
The workers fly outside the hive.
The queen stays inside the hive.
We made a bad mess.
Honey tastes good.
The hive is hot in summer.
Bees don’t like the cold in winter.
The queen bee is large.
The baby bees are small.
Writing Trait of the Week
Introduce: Focus/Ideas
 Good writers focus on an idea. All their
sentences tell about this idea.
 Think about the idea the author focuses on in
Honey Bees.
Honey bees live and work together.
 What do the pages of the story tell about how
bees live and work together?
Writing Trait of the Week
Introduce: Voice
 Identify and cross out the sentence that
does not focus on the idea.
Bees make honey for food.
Honey is made from nectar.
Bees store honey in wax cells.
Bees will attack a bear.
Apply to Writing
 Nouns are used in sentences to tell what
the sentence is about.
Practice
 Suggest words to complete a sentence
about each of the following:
worker bees
a bee hive
honey
Practice
 Answer the questions by completing the
sentence with a noun.
 What can make honey?
 What can swim?
Wrap Up
Your Day!
How is a beehive
like our
classroom? How
is it different
from our
classroom?
Think about what
you wanted to
learn before we
read Honey Bees.
Did you find out
what you wanted
to learn?
How is a community of insects like a
community of people?
What Some
Insects Do
fly
sting
buzz
lay eggs
What Some
People Do
cook food
eat
walk
go
to
live in
communities school
work have hobbies
play
Preview
Day Four
Tomorrow we
will read
about
another busy
insect.
Extra
1. do you see the be?
2. Shee wants nectar
http://classroom.jc-schools.net/waltkek/First1.html
Mrs. Waltke is a veteran teacher living in Jasper and working in the Jasper School
System.
http://www.carlscorner.us.com/
Cherry Carl is a retired teacher who lives in California. She teaches at UCLA.
Time to Listen
to the Story
Honey
Bees
Pages
142-157
Extra
pictures
Grammar

similar documents