"Fundations Level 2_ Week 1 Unit 2"
Fundations Level 2, Unit 4: Week 2 Focus: Review suffixes –s, -es, -ed and –ing, introduce suffixes –est and –er and two additional sounds of –ed (/d/ & /t/), learn the difference between vowel and consonant suffixes, review isolating the baseword for reading and spelling, fluent passage reading and making judgments and predictions from given facts. Refer to explanation and/ or script on page number given. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 1. Drill Sounds Drill Sounds Drill Sounds Drill Sounds Drill Sounds 2. Trick Words Word of the Day Introduce New Concepts Word Talk Echo/Find Letters and Words 3. Introduce New Concepts Introduce New Concepts Echo/Find Letters and Words Trick Words Unit Test 4. Word of the Day Dictation (Dry Erase) Make It Fun Dictation (Composition Book) Storytime Drill Sounds Page 117-118: Drill Sounds Page 117-118: Drill Sounds Page 117-118: Drill Sounds Page 117-118: Drill Sounds Page 117-118: Reinforce sounds by doing a Reinforce sounds by doing a Reinforce sounds by doing a Reinforce sounds by doing a Drill Sounds Page 117-118: daily drill I do it several different daily drill I do it several different daily drill I do it several different daily drill I do it several different Reinforce sounds by doing a ways: ways: ways: ways: daily drill I do it several different Standard Sound Cards: a, e, i, o, Standard Sound Cards Standard Sound Cards Standard Sound Cards ways: u, ild, ind, ost, olt, old Vowel Teams Poster Vowel Teams Poster Vowel Teams Poster Standard Sound Cards Vowel Teams Poster: ai thru ow Trick word Flashcards Trick word Flashcards Trick word Flashcards Vowel Teams Poster Trick word Flashcards: all Trick word Flashcards taught to date Suffix frames: some, not all Trick Words Page 119: Word of the Day Page 118: Introduce New Concept Page Word Talk Page 118-119: Echo/Find Letters and Words Choose from: drilled or blinked. 117: Page 119-120: Use Letter Board All: here use used (discuss, Review the Words of the Day and Magnetic Letter Tiles. skywrite, trace on table & if time Teach letter-keyword-sound for from your Word of the Day permits, enter in Student ou, oo, ue, ew. index card packet. Use Current Unit Words page Notebook) 124. Introduce New Concepts Page Introduce New Concept Page 116-117: 117: Echo/Find Letters and Words Trick Words Page 119: Teach additional Sounds: -ed Page 119-120: here use used 1. “rented” read b.w. then b.w. + Teach spelling of suffix –ed. Use Letter Board and Magnetic suf; discuss what suffix says /ed/ Letter Tiles. and meaning (past tense) 2. “Suffix –ed can say two other Use Current Unit Words page sounds.” 124. 3. “jump” have a student come to the front of the room and jump, ask “What did he/she just do?” “He/she jumped, did it already.” 4. Add suffix –ed to “jump” 5. Students read it. Emphasize /t/ sound, ask what sound 6. filled, read b.w. then b.w. + suffix, emphasize /d/, ask what sound 7. Additional Words: twisted, called, honked, banged, thanked 8. St. NB: spelled & bumped Word of the Day Page 118: Dictation (Dry Erase) Page Dictation (Composition Book) Unit Test Page 120 & 126: “blinked” – discuss word 120: Page 120: structure, meaning, generate Dictate 3 sounds, 3 current Dictate 4 sounds, 2 review sentence and if time permits, words and 3 trick words (trick words, 2 current words, 2 trick enter in Student Notebook. words can be current or review). words (current or review) and 1 Have students “mark up” the sentence. Have students “mark Additional Words: spilled, current words. up” the review and current yanked, banged, crunched, words. ended Comments: Make It Fun Page 120: Storytime Page 121: Play Super Suffixes! Wish Come True This activity helps students practice building words with suffixes. You will need: Comments: Student copies of the Unit You will need: Students divided into groups of 3 Story or 4. Comments: Chart paper drawings from Display vowel and consonant Week 1 Suffix Frames. Words (pg. 120) written on the Comments: board. If you add words from the Unit Resources, be sure they have at least two consonants following the vowel. (This will avoid the need for doubling the final consonant before adding the suffix, as in rub/rubbing. The students have not yet been introduced to that rule.) Gala D. Compton