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2017-2018 11/09/2017 - 11/09/2017

Mrs. Danielle Bozung Day View

Thursday 11/09/2017

Word Study 11:35am - 11:50am


Word Hunt
Today's SOL Focus
EL.4.4.b Use knowledge of roots, affixes, synonyms, antonyms, and homophones.

I CAN correctly add inflectional endings to words that end in -y


BY circling and underlining words along with the class on the "Mari's Blog" reading
SO THAT I understand the rules of inflectional endings to words that end in -y
Success Criteria for Today
Successfully finding the words that have inflectional endings added to words ending in y in the "Mari's Blog" passage
(BLM 9)
Long Term Assessment
I can correctly add inflectional endings to words that end in -y
Vocabulary
decaying, decayed, decays, surveying, surveyed, surveys, carrying, carried, carries
Procedure/Activites
Review the rules for ending inflectional endings to words that end in "y"

Display the reading passage "Mari's Blog" and choral read it together. Tell students to hunt for words that have inflectional
endings added to words ending with "y" as we read and raise their hand when they see one.

Circle the vowel plus y words and underline the consonant plus y words.
Have students write each word they found in their word study notebook and then write the base word next to them.

Play Sparkle with the students to practice spelling words


1. Rules of the game:
1. students stand in a circle around the room
2. you say one of the spelling words out loud, then point to students in order around the circle
3. each student says one letter of the word
4. if a student says the wrong letter they are out and sit down
5. when the word ends and one of the students gives the last letter, the next student will say sparkle and the student
after them will be out and sit down
6. the game continues until only one student is left standing; this student is the winner and is the first person to start
the new game
7. Example:
1. you say "surveyed"
2. pointing around the circle, each student will say one letter (S-U-R-V-E-Y-E-D) followed by a student saying
"sparkle" to mark the end of the word (if a student adds another letter to the end of the word rather than saying
"sparkle" they are out and sit down)
3. the student next in the circle after "sparkle" will sit down and the game will continue

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