Lesson Guide by Curriculum Area: A Scope and Sequence

Lesson Guide by Curriculum Area: A Scope and Sequence
Lesson Guide by
Curriculum Area:
A Scope and Sequence
Version 12
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Reading: Foundational Skills ..................................................................................... 1 Print Concepts: Letter Recognition ....................................................................................... 1 Print Concepts: Read-Alongs ............................................................................................... 2 Phonological Awareness ..................................................................................................... 3 Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension .............................................................. 7 Reading: Literature and Informational Text ................................................................ 19 Grade 1 Reading ............................................................................................................. 19 Grade 2 Reading ............................................................................................................. 19 Grade 3 Reading ............................................................................................................. 21 Grade 4 Reading ............................................................................................................. 22 Grade 5 Reading ............................................................................................................. 23 Grade 6 Reading ............................................................................................................. 25 Science Read-Alongs ........................................................................................................ 27 Leveled Books ............................................................................................................... 28 Speaking and Listening .......................................................................................... 39 Listening Comprehension .................................................................................................. 39 Conversations ................................................................................................................ 39 Songs and Chants ............................................................................................................ 40 Language ........................................................................................................... 43 Oral Basic Vocabulary ...................................................................................................... 43 Oral Academic Vocabulary ................................................................................................. 45 Grammar ..................................................................................................................... 48 Reading: Foundational Skills
Reading: Foundational Skills
► Indicates possible start point in sequence
Print Concepts: Letter Recognition
Lesson
1.
2.
Letters
► A, M
Print Concepts: Letter Recognition
Lesson
9.
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lesson 1 (seen by pre-K)
Review Menu: lessons 1–9 (seen by
pre-K)
D, S, T, P
10.
Review Menu: lessons 1–10 (seen by
pre-K)
B, O, N, H
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
11.
Review Menu: lessons 1–11 (seen by
pre-K)
C, F, V, I
12.
Review Menu: lessons 1–12
(seen by pre-K and kindergarten)
U, R, G
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
13.
Review Menu: lessons 1–13 (seen by
pre-K)
K, E
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
14.
Review Menu: lessons 1–14 (seen by
pre-K)
L, J, Y
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
15.
Review Menu: lessons 1–15 (seen by
pre-K)
W, Z, Q, X
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–8 (seen by
pre-K, kindergarten, first, and second)
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l, j, y
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–7 (seen by
pre-K)
8.
k, e
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–6 (seen by
pre-K)
7.
u, r, g
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–5 (seen by
pre-K)
6.
c, f, v, i
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–4
(seen by pre-K and kindergarten)
5.
b, o, n, h
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–3 (seen by
pre-K)
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
d, s, t, p
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–2 (seen by
pre-K)
4.
► a, m
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
Printouts: Capital Letter Practice
3.
Letters
16.
w, z, q, x
Printouts: Lowercase Letter Practice
Review Menu: lessons 1–16 (seen by
pre-K, kindergarten, first, and second)
Page 1
Reading: Foundational Skills
Print Concepts: Read-Alongs
Print Concepts: Read-Alongs
Lesson
1.
2.
Book
► Moving
11. ► Dragon Flies
Phrase 1: He flies
Phrase 2: Goodbye
Phrase 2: Breathes
No, No, Baby Sue!
Printout: Sequence Story Events
12.
Phrase 1: It pulls
Let’s Go to Grandma’s House!
Phrase 2: We chase
Phrase 2: I take out
Printout: Sequence Story Events
13.
Phrase 2: There you are
Printout: Sequence Story Events
Phrase 2: He flew
Can You Do This?
14.
Phrase 2: Do I see
Phrase 2: Try it
Printout: Sequence Story Events
Review Menu: lessons 1–5
Fun with Fruit
15.
Phrase 2: Each piece of yarn
Phrase 2: I share
Phrase 2: They
8.
Phrase 2: Do you like
16. ► Fire Escape
Word/Phrase: emergency
Idiom: took off
17.
Phrase 2: Sometimes I feel
Idiom: spread too thin
18.
Phrase 2: Had
Review Menu: lessons 1–10
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April Fool’s!
Word/Phrase: explain
What If…
Phrase 1: What if
Stop the Fire
Word/Phrase: put out fires
New Baby
Phrase 1: New baby
10.
Review Menu: lessons 1–15
What Do I Like?
Phrase 1: I like
9.
Printout: Sequence Story Events
Zoo Day
Phrase 1: I see
Make Your Own Book
Phrase 1: First, then, now
Phrase 1: I get
7.
Is It a Monster?
Phrase 1: We bring out
Phrase 1: Can you
6.
Where Is Tiny?
Phrase 1: Where is Tiny?
The Pesky Mosquito
Phrase 1: The pesky mosquito
5.
Maggie’s Kite
Phrase 2: No, no, Baby Sue!
Phrase 1: I put in
4.
Book
Phrase 1: Hello
Phrase 1: She walks into
3.
Lesson
Idiom: cool
19.
Fighting Kites
Word/Phrase: attack
Idiom: over and over
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Reading: Foundational Skills
Print Concepts: Read-Alongs
Lesson
20.
Book
Is It Alive?
Word/Phrase: tradition
Idiom: have a field day
Review Menu: lessons 1–20
21.
Phonological Awareness
Lesson
Skill
The English rhymes listed below are taught to all
students assigned Phonological Awareness. The
language-specific rhymes that are taught depend on
each student’s assigned language.
1.
The Sunflower Cycle
► Introduction to Rhyme: cat/hat/mat,
goat/coat/boat
Word/Phrase: cycle
Example of Language-specific Rhyme:
Idiom: green thumb
Spanish: pato (duck), gato (cat), zapato
(shoe)
Identify Rhyming Words: man/fan,
bell/shell, gate/plate, duck/truck,
pin/fin
Printout: Rhyming Words Book
2.
Introduction to Rhyme: bug/jug/mug,
bee/tea/sea
Example of Language-specific Rhyme:
Spanish: brazo (arm), cazo (dipper),
lazo (shoelace)
Identify Rhyming Words: bear/chair,
vine/sign, comb/home, tail/pail,
pill/hill
Printout: Rhyming Words Book
3.
Introduction to Rhyme: lamb/jam/yam,
ape/cape/tape
Example of Language-specific Rhyme:
Spanish: casa (house), masa (dough),
pasa (raisin)
Identify Rhyming Words: seal/wheel,
plane/train, drum/plum, fruit/boot,
nest/vest
Printout: Rhyming Words Book
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Reading: Foundational Skills
Phonological Awareness
Lesson
4.
5.
Skill
Introduction to Rhyme: pig/wig/fig,
dog/frog/hog
Phonological Awareness
Lesson
7.
Isolate Initial Sound: New
(Meet New Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Rhyme:
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Spanish: armadillo (armadillo),
cepillo (brush), cerillo (match)
Spanish: /r/ as in raccoon, radio, rake,
ruler; /v/ as in van, vest, vacuum, vase
Identify Rhyming Words: spoon/moon,
fly/eye, star/car, cent/tent,
mouse/house
Isolate Initial Sound: Similar
(Discover Similar Sounds)
Printout: Rhyming Words Book
Spanish: /s/ as in silla, soap, sign, sun;
/p/ as in piña, pig, pan, pencil
Introduction to Rhyme: fox/ox/box,
raccoon/moon/balloon
Example of Language-specific Rhyme:
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
8.
Spanish: sombrero (hat), caballero
(cowboy), caldero (cauldron)
Spanish: /z/ as in zebra, zinnia,
zeppelin, zither
Isolate Initial Sound: Similar
(Discover Similar Sounds)
Printout: Rhyming Words Book
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Review Menu: lessons 1–5
Activities in lessons 6–10 are language-specific, so
the sounds taught will depend on each student’s
assigned language. If the assigned language is
English, these lessons will not play.
Isolate Initial Sound: New
(Meet New Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Spanish: /j/ as in jacket, jeans, jet,
jellyfish
Isolate Initial Sound: Similar
(Discover Similar Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Isolate Initial Sound: New
(Meet New Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Identify Rhyming Words: clown/crown,
spear/deer, corn/horn, snake/flake,
skunk/trunk
6.
Skill
Spanish: /ch/ as in chaqueta, chair,
chicken, chimpanzee; /o/ as in oso,
opal, overcoat, oboe
9.
Isolate Initial Sound: New
(Meet New Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Spanish: /th/ as in thumb, thermometer,
thorn, thousand
Isolate Initial Sound: Similar
(Discover Similar Sounds)
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Spanish: /g/ as in gato, girl, goose,
guitar; /f/ as in fresa, fish, fork, foot
Spanish: /l/ as in limón, lion, lobster,
lamp; /m/ as in mesa, moon, monkey,
mouse
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Phonological Awareness
Lesson
10.
Skill
Isolate Initial Sound: New
(Meet New Sounds)
Phonological Awareness
Lesson
15.
/l/… ock
/f/… an
Spanish: /sh/ as in shoes, ship, sheep,
shell
/j/… et
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
/r/… oad
/w/… ig
Review Menu: lessons 1–15
16.
Spanish: /t/ as in tigre, table, tools,
taxi; /k/ as in cama, cat, comb, car
Review Menu: lessons 1–10
Blend Word Parts:
Extra Practice in Segmenting and
Blending (Sound Stretch): zoo, nose,
ice, fan, worm, saw, rain, moon; sea,
fair, snow, ear, sand, nine, vase, math
/b/… all
/m/… ice
/p/… ool
/s/… un
17.
/k/… ey
Blend Word Parts:
/b/… ear
/k/… ing
/s/… and
Extra Practice in Segmenting and
Blending (Sound Stretch): hose, shoe,
ran, knee, five, owl, van, moose; ice,
sail, fish, zoo, shell, mouth, eyes, sun
/n/… ail
Blend Word Parts:
/k/… ar
/s/… aw
/h/… ose
/k/… ite
/g/… oat
14.
Blend Word Parts:
/h/… ead
/d/… og
/m/… ice
/kw/… een
/v/… ase
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Learn to Segment Words into
Phonemes (Sound Check): glue, rock,
tree, spoon; eight, man, shoe, lamp;
book, fish, clock, dress
Demonstrate Phoneme Segmentation
(Sound Chase): owl, toe, pot, rug, mail,
soap, bee, cage, mice, jar
/t/… ack
13.
Learn to Segment Words into
Phonemes (Sound Check):
zoo, bee, hat, pen; tie, ice, bug, bat;
toe, bus, cat, tent
Demonstrate Phoneme Segmentation
(Sound Chase): car, key, pie, nose,
mop, note, boy, vine, coat, sea
Lessons 11–15 are taught to all students assigned
Phonological Awareness.
12.
Blend Word Parts:
Example of Language-specific Sounds:
Isolate Initial Sound: Similar
(Discover Similar Sounds)
11.
Skill
18.
Learn to Segment Words into
Phonemes (Sound Check): knot, house,
boots, hand; soap, game, frog, gift;
patch, leaf, lights, smile
Demonstrate Phoneme Segmentation
(Sound Chase): fur, wash, room, bats,
frown, saw, tub, rake, vest, cart
Extra Practice in Segmenting and
Blending (Sound Stretch): rail, flea,
fur, soil, sign, three, room, fly; arms,
sea, smile, wave, mail, rose, zoo, leaf
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Reading: Foundational Skills
Phonological Awareness
Lesson
19.
Skill
Lesson
Learn to Segment Words into
Phonemes (Sound Check): eyes, rose,
sand, truck; sock, dad, paint, skate;
key, robe, plate, steps
Demonstrate Phoneme Segmentation
(Sound Chase): sea, fort, bowl, school,
chairs, shirt, crib, lamb, frame, ski
Extra Practice in Segmenting and
Blending (Sound Stretch): man, shoe,
meal, shield, ice, shop, mouse, light;
suit, sneeze, fence, wheels, shed, ear,
food, rooms
20.
Phonological Awareness
25.
Skill
Find the Phoneme (Yakkity Yak):
/a/ in bag, /m/ in jam, /d/ in mud, /e/ in
net, /w/ in wig
Printout: Home Connection Progress
Report
Learn to Segment Words into
Phonemes (Sound Check): peach, duck,
train, cheese; arms, plant, stump, ball;
knee, mouth, grapes, street
Demonstrate Phoneme Segmentation
(Sound Chase): toast, birds, mouse,
wheels, plates, scarf, pond, snow, nuts,
branch
Extra Practice in Segmenting and
Blending (Sound Stretch): saw, nails,
sand, frown, snail, eyes, sock, ship;
lamp, shells, shoe, frame, seed, mask,
sound, snake
Review Menu: lessons 1–20
21.
Find the Phoneme (Yakkity Yak):
/n/ in can, /t/ in tag, /j/ in jet, /i/ in rib,
/u/ in nut
22.
Find the Phoneme (Yakkity Yak):
/b/ in tub, /a/ in mat, /e/ in hen,
/p/ in lip, /o/ in pot
23.
Find the Phoneme (Yakkity Yak):
/f/ in fan, /k/ in cup, /i/ in pin, /m/ in
mop, /g/ in rug
24.
Find the Phoneme (Yakkity Yak):
/r/ in rat, /l/ in log, /u/ in sun, /d/ in lid,
/w/ in web
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Review books (seen in review lessons) are measured by The Lexile® Framework for Learning.
Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: am, Sam
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /a/, /m/
Book
Where Am I?
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: short a, m
High-Frequency Words: I, where, here
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal
2.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Sam, dad, sad, mad
Sam and Dad
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /s/, /d/
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: d, s, short a, m
High-Frequency Words: is, good, not, I’m, now, and, practice
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
3.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: tap, pat, Pam, Mat, sat, map,
sat
Do Not Tap
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /p/, /t/
Letter Sounds: t, p, d, s
High-Frequency Words: that, what, do, we, can
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
4.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: mad, stop, Bob, bad, Tom,
sob, stop
Stop, Bob, Stop!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /o/, /b/
Letter Sounds: b, short o, p, t
High-Frequency Words: then, too, no
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
5.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: hot, pop, sand, hop, not, pot,
hand
Too Hot
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /n/, /h/
Letter Sounds: h, n, short o, b
High-Frequency Words: the, go, get, us, but, you, it
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
6.
Skills
Book
REVIEW LESSON
What Is That?
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: hat, lad, nap, sob, pop, dot,
hand, tan
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: stop, bad
High-Frequency Words: what, where, it, get, here, you, good, go
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal, literal
Review Menu: lessons 1–6
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
7.
► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: fat, cat, hat, on, pats, Pam's,
can, fan
Pam’s Hat
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /k/, /f/
Letter Sounds: c (as in cat), f, h, n
High-Frequency Words: has, have, new, hits
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
8.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: band, hit, pans, in, van, can't,
hit, grin
The Band
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /v/, /i/
Letter Sounds: i, v, c (as in cat), f
High-Frequency Words: they, then, that
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
9.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: rip, mud, but, it's, at, it, cut,
rip
The Map
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /u/, /r/
Letter Sounds: r, short u, v, i
High-Frequency Words: look, this, let’s, found
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
10.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: rug, run, rag, sit, sun, bag
The New Rug
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /g/, /k/
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: g (as in rug), r, short u, v
High-Frequency Words: does, soon
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
11.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Kim, camp, bag, bugs, fun
Can You Come?
Letter Sounds: g (as in rug), short i, k, r
Printout: Beginning Book Text
High-Frequency Words: come, with, like, to, want, don’t, will,
shop
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
12.
REVIEW LESSON
Let’s Camp (10L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: fit, bin, nut, lip, rag, tug, fun,
dim
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: van, run, camp
High-Frequency Words: have, want, don’t, this, where, found,
to, let’s
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal, literal
Review Menu: lessons 7–12
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
13. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: frog, frog's, eggs, at, nest, big,
pig
Frog’s Eggs
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /e/, /l/
Letter Sounds: short e, f, h, k
High-Frequency Words: them, are, shells, see, tadpoles, baby
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
14.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: pals, log, red, lost, bed, dig
Bob and the Bug
Letter Sounds: d, short e, l, short o
Printout: Beginning Book Text
High-Frequency Words: by, back, isn’t
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
15.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: job, jogs, rests, best, yes,
well, bell
Sam Is the Best
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /j/, /y/
Letter Sounds: b, j, l, y (as in yes)
High-Frequency Words: wants, he, done, again, wins, prize,
bike, his, rides
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
16.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: pond, slips, wet, swims, jet
The Frog
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /w/, /z/
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: j, w, y (as in yes), z
High-Frequency Words: toward, around, zigzags, into, onto
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
17.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: quick, quiz, miss, wax, melt,
dip, mom, fox, brick, box
Wax Quiz
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /kw/, /ks/
Letter Sounds: q, w, x, z
High-Frequency Words: take, said, from, bees, make, candles,
your, for
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal
18.
REVIEW LESSON
The Prize (350L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: fig, rest, bog, job, sell, band,
set, kick
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: quiz, job, box, yes, best
High-Frequency Words: for, said, will, but, take, prize
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, literal, literal
Review Menu: lessons 13–18
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
19. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Brent, tag, end, flip, fell, tent,
bend, smell
Let’s Play Tag
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ell, ent, q, end
High-Frequency Words: played, me, of, other
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, inferential
20.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: bump, thump, clump, must,
stomp, chest, nap, just, wall, hall, jump, lamp, rest
Stop That!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: all, amp, st, ump, ch, ent, end, ell
High-Frequency Words: need, floor, woke, down
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
21.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Shane, Shane's, skate, gate,
place, came, ramp, brake, crash, hate, still, plate, frame, rake,
pill, face
Crash!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /ch/, /sh/
Letter Sounds: ate, ame, ake, ash, ill, sk, sh, amp
High-Frequency Words: park, oh, off, ouch, couldn't
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, inferential
22.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: ride, glide, hide, slide, dive,
mind, kind, find, fine, bike, five, ice
What a Bike!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ide, ike, ine, ive, ind (as in mind), pr, ake, il
High-Frequency Words: my, cool, so, clouds, moon, room
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
23.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: note, phone, vote, home,
tone, hope, joke, well
Vote!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: oke, one (as in tone), ph, ike
High-Frequency Words: saw, was, star, number, she, push
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
24.
REVIEW LESSON
I Hate This Bike! (210L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: end, woke, phone, wide, hike,
dive, rent, date, cake, pump, stamp, call
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: thump, fell, hate, went, ride
High-Frequency Words: was, couldn’t, bike, like, make, cool
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 19–24
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
25. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: prince, throne, mice, nice,
price, rid, glance, kittens, chance, had, glad, wife, ran, cats, lid
Not Mice!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ice, ife, gl, th
High-Frequency Words: seen, were, asked, some, away, one,
there, these
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
26.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Fran, sky, why, race, try,
plane, right, Fran’s, light, Cris’s, planes, Cris, help, fly
The Plane Race
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Learn Letter Sound Correspondences (Making Music): /th/, /wh/
Letter Sounds: long i, ight, fl, cr, fr, wh, pl, one (as in tone)
High-Frequency Words: way, first, threw, her, our, work
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
27.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: train, rain, rail, drain, day, all,
clay, pain, plain, may, sprain, gray, mail, races
Oh the Pain!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ay, ain, ail, tr, dr, br, ight, y (as in yes)
High-Frequency Words: wanted, over, jumped, slipped, hurt, be,
doctor
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
28.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: lock, truck, rock, crook, took,
sack, shook, if, luck, safe, hook, back, stuck, jail, did, clock,
black
Good Luck
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ock, ook, ack, ay
High-Frequency Words: used, out, money, looked, anyone
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
29.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: snow, old, an, cold, slow,
flakes, wind, blow, float, slope, slid, boat, well
The Old Dog
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ow (as in snow), oa, oh (long o), old, bl, sl, gl, sn
High-Frequency Words: walked, very, began, die, would, boy, as
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
30.
REVIEW LESSON
Stuck (500L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: nice, life, hid, try, sight, may,
pain, nail, sock, took, pack, goat, grow, sold
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: old, day, black, rain, ice,
stuck, so, rails, races
High-Frequency Words: her, as
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 25–30
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
Skills
31. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: meet, sweet, treat, seat, eat,
tree, feed, scream, bee, Brook, feet, meat, seed, team
Book
Bees
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: eet, ee, eat, eed, eam, scr, sw, oa
High-Frequency Words: okay, bring, many, laughed, afraid
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
32.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: ring, thing, swing, long, string,
spring, bang, song
Where Are the Keys?
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ing, ong, eed, eam
High-Frequency Words: key, always, under, hair, head, put, car
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
33.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: trunk, man, sank, bank, think,
men, thank, ink, wink, skunk
The Trunk of Money
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ank, ink, unk, ing
High-Frequency Words: stolen, two, open, before, smiled, give,
after
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
34.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Roy, toy, gold, legs, oil, spoil,
foil, soil
The Toy Robot
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: oy, oi, sp, ink
High-Frequency Words: covered, any, walk, talk, pool, robot,
about
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
35.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: clues, few, print, chunk, clue,
blue, boot, glue, made, Scoop, mew, chew
Who Did It?
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ool, ue (as in clue), ew (as in few), sc
High-Frequency Words: someone, been, who, shoe, know
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Comprehension: inferential, inferential
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Lesson
36.
Skills
Book
REVIEW LESSON
The Cool Ball (340L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: bee, greet, blew, king, along,
pink, sunk, beat, joy, beam, glue, flew, pool, he
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: Roy, blue, bang, thing, string,
toy, Shane, Sue
High-Frequency Words: works, smiled, afraid, laughed
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 31–36
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
37. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: clown, bow, crowd, gown,
crown, brow, brown, loud, frown, cow, shout
The Clown
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ow (as in cow), out, own (as in clown), cl
High-Frequency Words: wild, loved, air, yelled, more
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Suffix: ed (walked)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
38.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: crows, crops, draw, claws,
paws, jaws, straw, real, that's, looks
The Scarecrow
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: aw, ool, out, ow (as in cow)
High-Frequency Words: scare, really, should, turn, scarecrow,
because
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
39.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: start, far, smart, dark, part,
sports, lights, horns, honk, yell, score, dart, corn
A Walk in the Dark
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ar, art, or, ore, orn, aw, own (as in clown),
ue (as in clue)
High-Frequency Words: across, another, people, their, which
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Comprehension: inferential, inferential
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Beginning Books: Word Recognition and Comprehension
Lesson
40.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: girl, twirl, skirt, swirl, win,
than, skates, curls, turns, times, twirls, jerk, shirt, lime, first,
hurt, win, looks, much
Look at That Girl Go!
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: irt, ime, ar, ore
High-Frequency Words: every, four, contest, better
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
41.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: wrong, tire, flips, knocks,
knee, hurts, wraps, wrist, write, days
The Car Wreck
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: kn, wr, ite, ime
High-Frequency Words: suddenly, against, door, hospital, says,
both, today
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
42.
REVIEW LESSON
Let’s Draw (290L)
Spell Regularly Spelled Words: pow, out, paw, dunk, smart,
more, horn, lime, wrong, bite, knit, duck
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: draw, first, crown, jaws, girl,
curls, paws, skirt, wrong, band, cool
High-Frequency Words: okay, robot
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: inferential, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 37–42
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
43. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: wish, didn’t, dishes, bikes,
time, wait, ramps
I Want to Rest
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: es (as in dishes), kn, wr, ite
High-Frequency Words: school, clothes, never, Saturday, friends,
funny, play
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Comprehension: literal, inferential
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Lesson
44.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: blowing, going, cast, started,
running, trying, beat, dry, arm, kept, pulled, when
Run
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ing, ed, es (as in dishes), irt
High-Frequency Words: minute, house, opened, pouring
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Suffix: ing (running)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
45.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: quickly, laps, slowly, runners,
uncool, shoelaces, untied, stepped, unlucky, sadly, unhurt,
retied, retake, lead, passing, kid, finish, line, luckily, bumped
First Place
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: re (as in retake), un, ly, ed
High-Frequency Words: catching, thought, move, though
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Prefixes: un (unlucky), re (renew)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
46.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: fastest, swimmers, teacher,
older, taller, smaller, being, loudly, timer, dived, smoothly,
faster, stroking, harder, cheering, finished, girls, happily
Faster
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: est, re (as in retake), un, ly
High-Frequency Words: quietly, water, wildly
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Suffixes: er (faster), est (sickest)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
47.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: sick, hopeful, bored, shows,
helpful, action, boring, puppy, playful, happiness, happy,
sickness, thankful
Sick and Bored
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Letter Sounds: ful, ness, tion (as in action), est
High-Frequency Words: I’d, watched, even, mother, present,
watching
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Suffix: ful (playful)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential
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Lesson
48.
Skills
Book
REVIEW LESSON
Action (290L)
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: action, started, flipped,
unlucky, running, luckily, cheering, twirling, frowned
Printout: Beginning Book Text
High-Frequency Words: putting, around, redo
Printout: High-Frequency Words Flashcards
Suffix: ion (instruction)
Comprehension: inferential, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 43–48
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
Advanced Foundational Skills
49. ► Decode Regularly Spelled Words: suggestion, restaurant,
yesterday, question, fastest, safest, suggest, sickest, digest,
partly, hardest, remarkable, farther, darted, targets, alarmed,
marching, carpeted
What Happened to Pluto?
(440L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (4), inferential (1)
50.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: lifelike, childlike, motorbike,
likeable, strikeout, unlike, hikers, strikes, disliked, overpriced,
unsliced, device, icehouses, advice, priceless, allspice, nicest,
spliced
First Flight (390L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (2), inferential (3)
51.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: throwaway, stairways, layers,
passageway, railway, sprayed, delayed, replay, essays,
undertook, overlook, onlooker, bookkeeper, outlook, guidebook,
notebook, lookout, scrapbook
A Tugboat Race on the Hudson
(300L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (3), inferential (2)
52.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: shadowy, marshmallows,
tomorrow, snowstorm, window, arrow, lowered, throwing,
shadows, soldier, blindfolded, household, boldness, golden,
holding, retold, goldfish, colder
Tornadoes (330L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (3), inferential (2)
53.
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: sweetener, redeemed,
seedling, sightseeing, sheepish, degrees, semisweet, zookeeper,
disagreed, superhero, subzero, potato, mango, tornadoes, tango,
domino, micro, burrito
Making Sushi (440L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (3), inferential (2)
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Lesson
54.
Skills
Book
Decode Regularly Spelled Words: moonbeam, screaming,
dreamlands, daydreaming, teammates, steamroller, creamed,
streaming, dreaming, boysenberry, enjoyable, voyage, disloyal,
boyhood, employment, paperboy, deployed, annoying
Gold! (340L)
Printout: Beginning Book Text
Comprehension: literal (3), inferential (2)
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Reading: Literature and Informational Text
► Indicates possible start point in sequence
Grade 1 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
Book/Passage
► Introduction to Literal Questions
2.
Introduction to Inferential Questions
3.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Operation Hummingbird Rescue!
Comprehension: story map instruction
4.
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
Things That Go
Glossary Words: highway, path, track, ferry
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Bike Safety
Reading Vocabulary: brakes, rules Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 5.
Introduction to Main Idea Questions
6.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Kinds of Trucks
Reading Vocabulary: repair, siren
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
Grade 2 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
Book/Passage
► Introduction to Literal Questions
2.
Introduction to Inferential Questions
3.
Introduction to Main Idea Questions
4.
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
Living Things
Glossary Words: grow, healthy, oxygen, react, waste
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Grade 2 Reading
Lesson
Skills
Book/Passage
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
What Do Plants Need?
Reading Vocabulary: alive, amount Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 5.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: favorite, present
Glossary Words: favorite, panicked, included, presented
6.
Operation Hummingbird Rescue
Missing Homework!
Comprehension: story map instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Literature Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Glossary Words: herd, boring; shoot, wolf pack, lie
The Wolf Who Cried Boy
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
A New Hobby
Reading Vocabulary: hobby, reliable
The End of a Long Day
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
7.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Rabbit and the Turtle Reading Vocabulary: mood, back and forth
What Really Happened: Rabbit Tells His Story Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
8.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
What Do Animals Need? Reading Vocabulary: energy, disease
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
9.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
My Painting
Glossary Words: imagination, interesting; carve, sculpture,
shape
My Sculpture
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Oil Painting
Reading Vocabulary: oil paint, screen
Digital Art
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
10.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Clay Sculptures
Reading Vocabulary: smashed, amazed
Stone Sculptures
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
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Grade 3 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Introduction to Main Idea Questions
Book/Passage
Seahorses
Comprehension: main idea instruction
2.
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
All About Elephants
Glossary Words: communicate, explore, ivory, predator,
tusks
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Reading Vocabulary: nostrils, vibrations What Can You Do with a Big, Long
Nose?
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 3.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Big Animal, Big Brain Reading Vocabulary: wisdom, reputation
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
4.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: favorite, present
Glossary Words: favorite, panicked, included, presented
5.
Operation Hummingbird Rescue
Missing Homework!
Comprehension: story map instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Literature Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
The Fossil Hunter
Glossary Words: investigate, paleontologist, fossil, butte;
one-of-a-kind, schedule, trolley
City Search
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Missing Present
Reading Vocabulary: face lit up, sweaty
Fossil Show and Tell
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
6.
7.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Reading Vocabulary: invite, waist
Why Anansi Has Long Legs: An African Folktale Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
Why Anansi Has a Thin Waist: An African Folktale Informational Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle
Glossary Words: landfill, packaging; pulp, recycled, screen
Make Your Own Recycled Paper
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Make Your Own Recycled Wrapping
Paper
Reading Vocabulary: litter, supplies
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
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Grade 3 Reading
Lesson
8.
Skills
Book/Passage
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Taking the Trash Out of Lunchtime
Reading Vocabulary: wrapper, thirsty
Water Bottles
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
Grade 4 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Introduction to Main Idea Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: glide, current, hitchhike
Glossary Words: fly like a helicopter, current, hitchhiking
2.
Book/Passage
Seahorses
How Do Seeds Get Around?
Comprehension: main idea instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
All About Frogs
Glossary Words: amphibians, froglet, life cycle, spawn,
tadpoles
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
A Home Fit for a Frog
Reading Vocabulary: habitat, absorb Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 3.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Two Amphibian Friends Reading Vocabulary: characteristics, prey
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
4.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: favorite, present
Glossary Words: favorite, panicked, included, presented
Comprehension: story map instruction
5.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Glossary Words: stepmother, heavy heart, festival; servant,
pharaoh, swoop, hawk
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Operation Hummingbird Rescue
Missing Homework!
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Yeh-Shen: A Chinese Cinderella
Story
Rhodopis: An Egyptian Cinderella
Story
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Grade 4 Reading
Lesson
Skills
Book/Passage
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Ruined
Reading Vocabulary: mischief, opportunity
A New Situation
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
6.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Golden Fish: A Chinese Folktale Reading Vocabulary: coil, grind
Why the Sea Is Salt: A Norse Folktale Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
7.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
You and Your Blood
Glossary Words: deliver, nutrient, pump; average, pulse,
vary
Your Pulse
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Heart
Reading Vocabulary: extensive, tube
Blood Vessels
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
8.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Plasma
Reading Vocabulary: waste, chemical
White Blood Cells
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
Grade 5 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Introduction to Main Idea Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: glide, current, hitchhike
Glossary Words: fly like a helicopter, current, hitchhiking
2.
Book/Passage
Seahorses
How Do Seeds Get Around?
Comprehension: main idea instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
Understanding the Moon
Glossary Words: orbit, phase, crescent moon, gibbous moon,
shadow, transition
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Grade 5 Reading
Lesson
Skills
Book/Passage
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Our Neighbor in Space
Reading Vocabulary: extreme, comfortable Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 3.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Reading Vocabulary: telescope, propose
How Do We Know What the Moon Is Like? Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
4.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: favorite, present
Glossary Words: favorite, panicked, included, presented
5.
Operation Hummingbird Rescue
Missing Homework!
Comprehension: story map instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Literature Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Movie Mystery
Glossary Words: projector, interview; knead, dough,
innocent
The Rogue Ring
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
A Suspicious Character
Reading Vocabulary: suspicious, calculate
The Mysterious Jelly Bean Tutor
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
6.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Secret of Uncle David’s Letter Reading Vocabulary: unique, disgusted
The Bluenose Stamp: A Historical Fiction Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
7.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Archaeology
Glossary Words: ancient, archaeologist, artifact, damage;
scuba gear, Sonar
Underwater Dig
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
El Mirador: The Lost City
Reading Vocabulary: climate, harvest
A Creative Solution: Getting
Water in El Mirador
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
8.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Reading Vocabulary: arctic, heritage
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
Surviving the Arctic: The Inuit
Way of Life before the 1800s
Embracing Their Heritage: The
Inuit Way of Life Since the 1800s
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Grade 6 Reading
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Introduction to Main Idea Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: glide, current, hitchhike
Glossary Words: fly like a helicopter, current, hitchhiking
2.
Book/Passage
Seahorses
How Do Seeds Get Around?
Comprehension: main idea instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Informational Text Features: Guided Practice
Asteroids in Our Universe
Glossary Words: binary asteroids, dwarf planet, formation,
gravity, mass, solitary
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
Is It a Comet?
Reading Vocabulary: fascinating, atmosphere Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Basic, Below Basic) 3.
Informational Text Features: Independent Practice
The Sky Falling! Or Is It? Reading Vocabulary: especially, forecast
Comprehension: Informational Text Features (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
4.
Introduction to Story Map Questions
Discover Story Vocabulary: favorite, present
Glossary Words: favorite, panicked, included, presented
5.
Operation Hummingbird Rescue
Missing Homework!
Comprehension: story map instruction
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Literature Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Baseball Letters
Glossary Words: destroy, eagle, mascot; smock, sarcastic
The Mola
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Car Wash
Reading Vocabulary: fundraiser, examine
The Art Competition
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
6.
Literature Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Flint Reading Vocabulary: flint, frustrated
Helen Keller
Comprehension: Literature Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
7.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Guided Practice
Maryn Roos: An Artist’s Memoir
Glossary Words: memoir, professional; biography, animate
Maryn Roos: Biography of an Artist
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Grade 6 Reading
Lesson
Skills
Book/Passage
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
The Sinking of the Titanic
Reading Vocabulary: survivor, creation
A Survivor’s View of the Titanic
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Basic, Below Basic)
8.
Informational Compare and Contrast: Independent Practice
Daily News: Disaster in Japan
Reading Vocabulary: magnitude, catastrophe
Finding Hope after the
Destruction
Comprehension: Informational Compare & Contrast (Proficient, Basic, Below Basic)
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Science Read-Alongs
Lesson
1.
Book
► Your Amazing Sense of Hearing
Word/Phrase 1: connected
Word/Phrase 2: signal
2.
Your Amazing Sense of Touch
Word/Phrase 1: answered
Idiom: a real pain
3.
Your Amazing Sense of Smell
Word/Phrase 1: mystery
Word/Phrase 2: molecules
4.
Your Amazing Sense of Sight
Word/Phrase 1: focuses
Word/Phrase 2: image
5.
Your Amazing Sense of Taste
Word/Phrase 1: hint
Word/Phrase 2: saliva
Review Menu: Lessons 1–5
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Leveled Books lessons continue in numbering from where the Beginning Books lessons ended.
Reading selections are measured by The Lexile® Framework for Learning.
Leveled Books
Lesson
Skills
55. ► Discover Story Vocabulary: hide and seek, entrance, ancient
Prefix: un (unlucky)
Suffix: ly (quietly)
Book
Hide and Seek (200L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: ancient, petroglyphs, you’re out
Comprehension: literal, vocabulary, inferential
56.
57.
58.
Discover Story Vocabulary: petroglyph, history
Petroglyphs (450L)
Glossary Words: damaged, protect
Comprehension: main idea, cause and effect, vocabulary
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: display, unusual
Museums (630L)
Glossary Words: unusual, amazing
Comprehension: inferential, author’s purpose, literal
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: symbol, guide, nervously
Symbols and Secrets (240L)
Glossary Words: guide, treasure, attic, symbol, nervously,
discovery
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: story map (setting), literal, intertextual
Review Menu: lessons 49–52
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
59.
60.
61.
Discover Story Vocabulary: develop, protect
Don’t Eat Me (570L)
Glossary Words: enemies
Comprehension: main idea, literal, author’s purpose
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: defense, weapon
Tarantula Defense (490L)
Glossary Words: weapon, coated
Comprehension: literal, vocabulary, inferential
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: piñata, Mexico
A Party Surprise (420L)
Suffix: al (magical)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: piñata, decorate, popular
Comprehension: main idea, vocabulary, cause and effect
62.
Discover Story Vocabulary: celebration, continent
World of Celebrations (440L)
Glossary Words: culture, celebrations, festival, continent
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: intertextual, author’s purpose,
compare/contrast
Review Menu: lessons 53–56
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
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Leveled Books
Lesson
63.
64.
65.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: signal, under control, avoid
I Don’t Understand (370L)
Glossary Words: signaled, choose teams, under control
Comprehension: inferential, vocabulary, problem/solution
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: freedom, pioneer
Don’t Fence Me In (480L)
Glossary Words: freedom, pioneers
Comprehension: cause and effect, main idea, intertextual
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: simile, band, warn
Falling Rocks of Ice (540L)
Glossary Words: trouble, bands, like a sheet of gray fog, hail,
warn
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: literal, compare/contrast, cause and effect
66.
Discover Story Vocabulary: narrator, stare
Lost (70L)
Glossary Words: stared, attack, all right
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: problem/solution, cause and effect, story
map (plot)
Review Menu: lessons 57–60
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
67. ► Discover Story Vocabulary: charity work, donation, volunteer
Prefix: non (nonsense)
Suffix: ment (disappointment)
The Can Dance (530L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: donate, assigned, introduced
Comprehension: story map (character), problem/solution,
inferential
68.
Discover Story Vocabulary: colonial, community, good
citizen
Glossary Words: memberships, government, good citizen
Ben’s Big Ideas (530L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: cause and effect, vocabulary, story map
(setting)
69.
Discover Story Vocabulary: weight, gravity
Weightless in Space (670L)
Suffix: less (fearless)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: weight, planet, gravity, surface, weigh
Comprehension: compare/contrast, inferential, author’s
purpose
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Leveled Books
Lesson
70.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: discover, disease, scientist
Sir Isaac Newton (550L)
Suffixes: ist (scientist), ous (humorous)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: disease, discovered, scientist
Comprehension: main idea, inferential, problem/solution
Review Menu: lessons 61–64
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
71.
Discover Story Vocabulary: display, unusual
Museums—Advanced (470L)
Prefix: ir (irresistible)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: usually, display, amazing
Comprehension: main idea, vocabulary, literal
72.
Suffix: able (valuable)
Symbols and Secrets—Advanced
(420L)
Glossary Words: guide, treasure, attic, symbol, passage,
nervously, discovery
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: symbol, guide, nervously
Comprehension: cause and effect, compare/contrast, story
map (plot)
73.
Discover Story Vocabulary: main character, script
Curtains Up (550L)
Suffix: or (director)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: main characters; script; dialogue; lights,
camera, and action
Comprehension: literal, vocabulary, author’s purpose
74.
Discover Story Vocabulary: perfume, scene, mystery
Suffixes: ion (instruction), er (writer)
Glossary Words: bandit, perfume, scene, suspects, expensive
Comprehension: inferential, intertextual, inferential
The Case of Missing Manny
(nonstandard prose: play)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Review Menu: lessons 65–68
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
75.
Discover Story Vocabulary: hide and seek, entrance, ancient
Hide and Seek—Advanced (320L)
Suffix: ance (guidance)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: holler, narrow, ancient, you’re out
Comprehension: inferential, problem/solution, story map
(character)
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Lesson
76.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: petroglyph, history
Petroglyphs—Advanced (520L)
Prefixes: dis (disappear), en (enjoy)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: history, petroglyphs, erode, damage,
protected
Comprehension: author’s purpose, compare/contrast,
inferential
77.
Discover Story Vocabulary: piñata, Mexico
A Party Surprise—Advanced (500L)
Suffix: al (magical); Prefix: in (inexpensive)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: piñata, hollow, inexpensive, probably
Comprehension: cause and effect, author’s purpose, literal
78.
Discover Story Vocabulary: celebration, continent
Suffixes: ous (humorous), ian (musician)
Glossary Words: celebrations, continent, relatives, traditions
Comprehension: compare/contrast, vocabulary, author’s
purpose
World of Celebrations—Advanced
(550L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Review Menu: lessons 69–72
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
79.
Discover Story Vocabulary: ecosystem, rainforest, species
Rainforest Explorer (500L)
Prefix: dis (disappear)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: ecosystems, rainforest, nutrients, humid,
emergent
Comprehension: cause and effect, vocabulary (antonym),
compare/contrast
80.
Discover Story Vocabulary: poetry, onomatopoeia
Suffixes: y (messy), ment (disappointment)
Glossary Words: foliage, slithers, cozy
Comprehension: problem/solution, intertextual, inferential
81.
Searching (nonstandard prose:
poem)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: table, break a record
The Record Breakers (330L)
Prefix: mis (misspell)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: table, record to break, miserably
Comprehension: literal, story map (character), vocabulary
(synonym)
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Lesson
82.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: survey, compare, graph
Picture This (510L)
Glossary Words: survey, compare, common
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: inferential, literal, main idea
Review Menu: lessons 73–76
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
Glossary Words: exaggeration, tall tales, noticed, legendary
Davy Crockett: Larger Than Life
(630L)
Comprehension: author’s purpose, compare/contrast,
problem/solution
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: talented, challenge
Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind
(510L)
83. ► Discover Story Vocabulary: opinion, exaggeration, tall tale
84.
Glossary Words: adventure, challenged, lassoed, rescuer, got
hitched
Comprehension: vocabulary (synonym), cause and effect,
story map (character)
85.
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: invent
Board Sports (340L)
Suffix: ist (scientist); Prefix: il (illegal)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: invented, hang ten, rails
Comprehension: compare/contrast, main idea, story map
(plot)
86.
Discover Story Vocabulary: serendipity, medicine, penicillin
Inventions (650L)
Suffix: ly (quietly)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: solve, penicillin, unplanned, serendipity
Comprehension: main idea, vocabulary (synonym),
compare/contrast
Review Menu: lessons 77–80
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
87.
Discover Story Vocabulary: immunize, antibodies
Your Own Secret Army (470L)
Prefixes: dis (disappear), over (overcome)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: antibodies, germs, immunize, stores
Comprehension: vocabulary, cause and effect, cause and
effect
88.
Discover Story Vocabulary: observe, hypothesize
Stopping the Killers (670L)
Glossary Words: cure, hypothesized, catching
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: story map (plot), inferential, intertextual
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89.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: simile, band, warn
Falling Rocks of Ice—Advanced
(880L)
Glossary Words: bands, like a sheet of gray fog, hail, warn
90.
Comprehension: author’s purpose, vocabulary, literal
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: narrator, stare
Lost—Advanced (400L)
Glossary Words: I’d be toast, stared, snarled, pounding, all
right
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: inferential, intertextual, problem/solution
Review Menu: lessons 81–84
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
91.
Discover Story Vocabulary: god and goddess, pride, weave
Is It a Myth? (660L)
Glossary Words: gods and goddesses, pride, wove
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: cause and effect, cause and effect,
vocabulary
92.
Discover Story Vocabulary: cause, effect, prove it
Phaethon’s Ride (570L)
Glossary Words: prove it, grant me a favor, given his word,
harnessed, Zeus
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: problem/solution, cause and effect,
compare/contrast
93.
94.
Discover Story Vocabulary: volcanic, earthquake, explosion
The Exploding Mountain (690L)
Glossary Words: eruption, craters, earthquakes
Comprehension: main idea, cause and effect, inferential
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: independent, French
Create a Timeline (430L)
Suffix: less (fearless)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: arrived, island, finished, French
Comprehension: intertextual, literal, story map (plot)
Review Menu: lessons 85–88
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
95.
Discover Story Vocabulary: main character, script
Curtains Up—Advanced (660L)
Glossary Words: interact; main characters; script; dialogue;
lights, camera, and action
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: author’s purpose, vocabulary,
compare/contrast
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96.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: perfume, scene, mystery
The Case of Missing Manny—
Advanced (nonstandard prose:
play)
Glossary Words: perfume, startled, pathetic, scene,
suspects, expensive, proof
97.
Comprehension: problem/solution, intertextual, inferential
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: develop, protect
Don’t Eat Me—Advanced (690L)
Suffix: ous (humorous)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: developed, escape, camouflage, attack
Comprehension: vocabulary, main idea, inferential
98.
Discover Story Vocabulary: defense, weapon
Prefix: in (inexpensive)
Glossary Words: weapon, coated, bald
Comprehension: intertextual, inferential, literal
Tarantula Defense—Advanced
(720L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Review Menu: lessons 89–92
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
Glossary Words: signaled, under control, chose teams, couple
I Don’t Understand—Advanced
(530L)
Comprehension: vocabulary, problem/solution, author’s
purpose
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: freedom, pioneer
Don’t Fence Me In—Advanced
(770L)
99. ► Discover Story Vocabulary: signal, under control, avoid
100.
Glossary Words: wilderness, freedom, pioneers
101.
Comprehension: compare/contrast, vocabulary, main idea
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: charity work, donation, volunteer
The Can Dance—Advanced (770L)
Suffix: ment (disappointment)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: charity work, assigned, introduced, double
Comprehension: vocabulary (antonym), cause and effect,
story map (character)
102.
Discover Story Vocabulary: colonial, community, good
citizen
Suffix: al (magical)
Ben’s Big Ideas—Advanced (790L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: community, permission, good citizen,
improvements, calculate
Comprehension: main idea, intertextual, problem/solution
Review Menu: lessons 93–96
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
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Lesson
103.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: invent
Board Sports—Advanced (560L)
Suffix: ian (musician)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: invented, hang ten, rails, extreme
Comprehension: vocabulary (synonym), cause and effect,
inferential
104.
Discover Story Vocabulary: serendipity, medicine, penicillin
Inventions—Advanced (790L)
Prefix: ir (irresistible)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Glossary Words: accidentally, penicillin, bacteria, serendipity
Comprehension: compare/contrast, problem/solution,
vocabulary (synonym)
105.
Prefixes: dis (disappear), out (outsmart)
Davy Crockett: Larger Than Life—
Advanced (820L)
Glossary Words: exaggeration, tall tales, included,
eventually, legendary
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: opinion, exaggeration, tall tale
Comprehension: vocabulary (antonym), compare/contrast,
cause and effect
106.
Discover Story Vocabulary: talented, challenge
Glossary Words: adventure, challenged, talented,
investigate, rescuer
Comprehension: vocabulary, problem/solution, intertextual
Sally Ann Thunder Ann
Whirlwind—Advanced (680L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Review Menu: lessons 97–100
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
107.
Suffix: able (valuable)
Rainforest Explorer—Advanced
(760L)
Glossary Words: ecosystems, environment, nourish, canopy,
decompose, overpopulating, species
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: ecosystem, rainforest, species
Comprehension: cause and effect, inferential, vocabulary
108.
Discover Story Vocabulary: poetry, onomatopoeia
Suffix: ness (darkness)
Glossary Words: forest floor, lithely, swiftly
Comprehension: vocabulary, main idea, compare/contrast
109.
Discover Story Vocabulary: weight, gravity
Glossary Words: weight, planet, gravity, surface, weigh
Comprehension: main idea, cause and effect, literal
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Searching—Advanced (nonstandard
prose: poem)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Weightless in Space—Advanced
(760L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
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Lesson
110.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: discover, disease, scientist
Sir Isaac Newton—Advanced (770L)
Glossary Words: discovered, plague, scientist
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: intertextual, main idea, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 101–104
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
111.
Discover Story Vocabulary: god and goddess, pride, weave
Is It a Myth?—Advanced (650L)
Glossary Words: gods and goddesses, pride, wove
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: story map (character), inferential, main
idea
112.
Discover Story Vocabulary: cause, effect, prove it
Phaethon’s Ride—Advanced (690L)
Suffix: less (fearless)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Glossary Words: prove it, grant me a favor, given his word,
harnessed, Zeus
Comprehension: intertextual, inferential, cause and effect
113.
Prefix: im (impatient)
The Record Breakers—Advanced
(500L)
Glossary Words: table, breaking any records, squirmed,
unison, put the finishing touches, protested
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: table, break a record
Comprehension: inferential, story map (plot), cause and
effect
114.
Discover Story Vocabulary: survey, compare, graph
Picture This—Advanced (710L)
Glossary Words: survey, data, compare, common, pie chart
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: compare/contrast, intertextual, author’s
purpose
Review Menu: lessons 105–108
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
Glossary Words: antibodies, immunize, stores
Your Own Secret Army—Advanced
(780L)
Comprehension: compare/contrast, main idea, author’s
purpose
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: observe, hypothesize
Suffix: ic (heroic)
Stopping the Killers—Advanced
(880L)
Glossary Words: cure, observed, hypothesized, test their
idea, catching
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
115. ► Discover Story Vocabulary: immunize, antibodies
116.
Comprehension: main idea, intertextual, vocabulary
(synonym)
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Leveled Books
Lesson
117.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: point of view, narrator
View from the Top—Advanced
(730L)
Glossary Words: point of view, instead of, reluctantly,
narrator
118.
Comprehension: literal, inferential, literal
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: illusion, suspicious, reasonable
explanation
The Magic Trick—Advanced
(nonstandard prose: graphic novel)
Glossary Words: patience, illusion, suspicious
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Comprehension: intertextual, story map, literal
Review Menu: lessons 109–112
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
119.
Discover Story Vocabulary: archaeologist, desert, agriculture
Glossary Words: archaeologists, desert, eventually,
agriculture
Comprehension: cause and effect, cause and effect, cause
and effect
120.
Discover Story Vocabulary: native, stowaway, endangered
Glossary Words: stowaway, thrived, invaders, endangered,
native
Comprehension: cause and effect, vocabulary, main idea
121.
Discover Story Vocabulary: advertiser, competitor, product
Glossary Words: competitors, method, advertisers, analyze,
products
Comprehension: vocabulary, cause and effect, inferential
122.
Discover Story Vocabulary: certain, link, accurate
Glossary Words: chances are, certain, links, locate, accurate,
mislead
Comprehension: main idea, literal, author’s purpose
Surviving Sunset Crater—Advanced
(740L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Mystery on Guam—Advanced
(850L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Don’t Sell Yourself Short—
Advanced (840L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Check Out That Site—Advanced
(820L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Review Menu: lessons 113–116
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
123.
Discover Story Vocabulary: volcanic, earthquake, explosion
Glossary Words: volcanic, eruption, avalanches, craters,
earthquakes
Comprehension: vocabulary (antonym), author’s purpose,
main idea
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The Exploding Mountain—
Advanced (940L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
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Lesson
124.
Skills
Book
Discover Story Vocabulary: independent, French
Create a Timeline—Advanced
(610L)
Glossary Words: events, independent, several, ambassador,
immigrants
Comprehension: problem/solution, story map (plot), main
idea
125.
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Discover Story Vocabulary: villain, reality, unpredictable
Wonderboy—Advanced (850L)
Glossary Words: villain, reality, cancer, invade, major,
sidekicks, weapon, unpredictable
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Comprehension: literal, inferential, inferential
126.
Discover Story Vocabulary: acquire, competition
Glossary Words: ability, deaf, cochlear implant, internal,
speech therapists, acquire, competition
Comprehension: problem/solution, intertextual, inferential
Hannah and Sarah: Rockin’ Any
Challenge—Advanced (960L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Review Menu: lessons 117–120
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
127.
128.
Glossary Words: at rest, state of motion, reacts, accelerates
Mysterious Laws of Motion—
Advanced (970L)
Comprehension: cause and effect, inferential, author’s
purpose
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Discover Story Vocabulary: towering, brochure, intense
The Thrill of the Ride—Advanced
(960L)
Discover Story Vocabulary: state of motion, react
Glossary Words: towering, genius, attendant, brochure, such
a rush, intense
Comprehension: vocabulary, literal, compare/contrast
129.
Discover Story Vocabulary: space shuttle, atmosphere
Glossary Words: space shuttle, fascinating, headed,
atmosphere, range
Comprehension: inferential, compare/contrast, inferential
130.
Discover Story Vocabulary: astronomer, discovery, dwarf
Glossary Words: astronomer, dwarf, discovery, orbit
Comprehension: compare/contrast, inferential, inferential
Review Menu: lessons 121–124
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
See You around the Solar System—
Advanced (960L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Graphic Organizer
Little Planets: Big Problem—
Advanced (1030L)
Printouts: Leveled Text and
Reading Response Journal
Printout: Home Connection Progress Report
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Speaking and Listening
► Indicates possible start point in sequence
Listening Comprehension
Lesson
1.
Skills
► Listening to Sentences: Noun
Comprehension
2.
Listening to Sentences: Noun/Verb
Comprehension
3.
Listening to Sentences:
Noun/Verb/Adjective Comprehension
Conversations
Lesson
Students record each phrase.
1.
► Phrases: Hello. Goodbye.
2.
Phrase: Come here.
3.
Phrase: What is this?
4.
Phrases: Please. Thank you. You’re
welcome.
Listening to Passages: Connected
Discourse Comprehension
5.
Phrase: What is your name?
Review Menu: lesson 4
6.
Phrases: Where is it? Here it is.
7.
Phrases: I like it. I don’t like it.
8.
Phrase: I don’t understand.
9.
Phrase: It’s your turn.
10.
Phrases: Excuse me. I’m sorry.
Review Menu: lessons 1–3
4.
Skills
Review Menu: lessons 1–5
Review Menu: lessons 1–10
11.
Phrase: What do you want to do?
12.
Phrase: How’s the weather?
13.
Phrase: Where are you going?
14.
Phrase: How are you?
15.
Phrase: What happens next?
Review Menu: lessons 1–15
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Speaking and Listening
Songs and Chants
Songs and Chants
Lesson
Title
Students record each song or chant line by line.
1.
Lesson
6.
The sky is blue.
If you’re happy and you know it,
The grass is green,
Clap your hands.
And the trees are, too.
The flowers are orange.
Clap your hands.
The water is blue.
If you’re happy and you know it,
The apples are red,
Then your face will surely show it.
And the birds are, too.
If you’re happy and you know it,
Clap your hands.
7.
Three, four, shut the door.
Five, six, pick up sticks.
Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair.
Seven, eight, open the gate.
Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy,
Nine, ten, a big fat hen.
Was he?
Song: “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”
8.
The mouse ran up the clock.
Gently down the stream.
The clock struck one.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
The mouse ran down!
Life is but a dream.
Song: “Good Morning, Good Evening”
The sun comes up, Good morning!
The sun comes up, Good morning!
The sun comes up, Good morning!
Wake up! Get out of bed!
The sun goes down, Good evening!
The sun goes down, Good evening!
The sun goes down, Good evening!
Time to go to sleep.
5.
Song: “Days of the Week”
Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
These are the days of the week.
Song: “Hickory Dickory Dock”
Hickory, dickory, dock.
Row, row, row your boat,
4.
Chant: “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe”
One, two, buckle my shoe.
Chant: “Fuzzy Wuzzy”
Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear.
3.
Song: “Colors”
The sun is yellow.
► Song: “If You’re Happy”
If you’re happy and you know it,
2.
Title
Hickory, dickory, dock.
9.
Song: “This Is the Way”
This is the way we brush our teeth,
Brush our teeth, brush our teeth.
This is the way we brush our teeth,
So early in the morning.
This is the way we comb our hair,
Comb our hair, comb our hair.
This is the way we comb our hair,
So early in the morning.
This is the way we go to school,
Go to school, go to school.
This is the way we go to school,
So early in the morning.
Yes, seven days to work and play.
Review Menu: lessons 1–5
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Speaking and Listening
Songs and Chants
Lesson
10.
Title
Chant: “There Was a Little Turtle”
Songs and Chants
Lesson
12.
Title
Chant: “You’re Dancing”
There was a little turtle
Flip flops slap and slide.
Who lived in a box.
Hands raise to the sky.
He swam in the puddles,
Knees bend and elbows fly.
And climbed on the rocks.
Now you’re dancing!
Yes, you are.
He snapped at the mosquito.
He snapped at the flea.
Jump up. Touch the ground.
He snapped at the minnow,
Twist, twist. Turn around.
And he snapped at me.
Boogie, boogie to the sound.
Now you’re dancing!
He caught the mosquito.
Yes, you are.
He caught the flea.
He caught the minnow,
13.
Chant: “What Do You Mean?”
But he didn’t catch me!
Would you rock a rock?
Review Menu: lessons 1–10
Could you sock a sock?
11. ► Chant: “Keep Counting”
I can count from one to ten.
Does a tap tap?
Can a bat bat?
If there’s more, what happens then?
rock—rock
Eleven, twelve next are seen.
sock—sock
Then you simply add a teen:
tap—tap
Thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen,
bat—bat
Seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.
I can count to twenty now.
If I have more, tell me how.
You say twenty, twenty-one,
Twenty-two and on and on.
Then there’s thirty, forty, fifty,
Sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety.
Watch the words that you are reading.
Some of them might have two meanings.
Would you pound a pound?
Could the ground be ground?
Can a shot be shot?
Is a top on top?
Ninety-one and ninety-two.
pound—pound
Reach one hundred and you’re through.
ground—ground
shot—shot
top—top
Watch the words that you are reading.
Some of them might have two meanings.
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Speaking and Listening
Songs and Chants
Lesson
14.
Title
Songs and Chants
Lesson
Chant: “Make It Plural”
16.
Plural means it’s more than one.
Chant: “It’s Mine”
We use pronouns to play games.
Here’s a way to get it done:
Pronouns take the place of names.
Make it plural—add an s.
He has it. It’s his.
Make it plural—add an s.
She has it. It’s hers.
cat—cats
brick—bricks
he—his
she—hers
Plural means it’s more than one.
They have it. It’s theirs.
Here’s another way it’s done:
We have it. It’s ours.
Make it plural—add es.
they—theirs
Make it plural—add es.
we—ours
fox—foxes
match—matches
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I have it. It’s mine.
Plural means it’s more than one.
Better luck next time.
Now you know just how it’s done.
Review Menu: lessons 11–16
Chant: “Be Verbs”
17.
Chant Review: “Keep Counting”
I am happy. He is sad.
18.
Chant Review: “You’re Dancing”
You are scary. We are bad.
19.
Chant Review: “What Do You Mean?”
20.
Chant Review: “Make It Plural”
21.
Chant Review: “Be Verbs”
22.
Chant Review: “It’s Mine”
She was worried. They were mad.
These are called the Be Verbs.
am, is, are, was, were
These are called the Be Verbs.
Review Menu: lessons 17–22
Action, action—not with these verbs.
am, is, are, was, were
Be Verbs!
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► Nouns (animals): duck, dog, cat, fish,
bird
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11. ► Nouns (animals): pig, cow, sheep,
horse, chicken
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Nouns (food): bread, butter, milk, eggs,
meat
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Nouns (people): sister, brother, mom,
dad, baby
Nouns (things in a house): window,
bed, bathroom, door, lamp
13.
Nouns (clothing): dress, shirt, pants,
shoes, sock
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► Nouns (bodies): eyes, ears, hair, mouth,
nose
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Nouns (things that go): airplane, train,
car, bus, truck
16. ► Nouns (bodies): feet, legs, head, hands,
arms
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Nouns (things in a classroom): teacher,
desk, computer, shelves, board
Nouns (things on a playground): trash
can, bench, ball, swing, trees
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Nouns (wild animals): lion, bear,
monkey, zebra, elephant
Nouns (things in a classroom): book,
paper, pencil, crayon, pen
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Nouns (things that go): bike, van,
helicopter, boat, motorcycle
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9.
Nouns (clothing): sweater, pajamas,
hat, coat, shorts
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7.
Nouns (things in a house): chair, sink,
oven, fridge, table
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6.
Nouns (people): girl, boy, bus driver,
doctor, police officer
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5.
Nouns (food): grapes, orange, apple,
peach, lemon
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Nouns (things on a playground):
baseball, soccer ball, grass, fence, slide
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Nouns (wild animals): butterfly, bug,
spider, lizard, snake
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21. ► Verbs: run, swim
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36. ► Verbs: shake, raise
Adjectives: old/young; big/little
22.
Verbs: pour, cook
Adjectives: big/little; long/short
37.
Adjectives: round/square; hot/cold
23.
Verbs: walk, sing
Verbs: paint, lock
38.
Verbs: tear, sew
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40.
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Adjectives: brown/blue; curly/straight
Adjectives: high/low; fast/slow
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29.
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Verbs: roll, break
Adjectives: round/square; old/new
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41. ► Nouns (land): mountain, river, lake,
forest, map
Verbs: start, fall
Adjectives: sick/well; full/empty
Adjectives: rough/smooth; wide/narrow
Nouns (weather): rain, snow, cloud,
sun, wind
Adjectives: fast/slow; happy/sad
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Verbs: cut, wash
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34.
46. ► Verbs: leave, enter
Adjectives: open/closed; front/back
Adjectives: sick/well; old/young
Nouns (bodies): fingers, chin, elbows,
eyebrows, shoulders
Verbs: open, close
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Adjectives: brown/blue; full/empty
35.
Nouns (places): library, post office,
hospital, fire station, restaurant
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Adjectives: purple/orange; wet/dry
Verbs: sleep, dance
Verbs: set, melt
Adjectives: dark/light; warm/cool
Adjectives: black/pink; short/tall
33.
Verbs: look, mark
Verbs: hide, drink
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32.
Verbs: crawl, climb
Adjectives: red/yellow; awake/asleep
26. ► Verbs: smile, blow
Verbs: stop, go
Verbs: kick, grow
Adjectives: green/white; tall/short
Adjectives: long/short; wet/dry
27.
Verbs: write, draw
Adjectives: red/yellow; high/low
Adjectives: clean/dirty; small/large
25.
Verbs: fly, float
Adjectives: black/pink; old/new
Adjectives: happy/sad; awake/asleep
24.
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Verbs: fold, hang
Adjectives: purple/orange; clean/dirty
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Verbs: bend, touch
Adjectives: same/different;
apart/together
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Words
Nouns (books): title, illustrator, author,
pages, picture
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Verbs: point, read
Adjectives: many/few; male/female
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► Nouns: street, bridge, corner, farm, city
2.
Verbs: find, work, give
3.
Prepositions: on, off, away from, next
to
4.
Nouns: beginning, middle, end, cover,
sentence
5.
Verbs: hear, smell, stand
6.
Prepositions: in front of, behind
7.
8.
► Nouns: age, address, parents, neighbor,
number
Verbs: show, wait
Adjective: last
9.
Prepositions: under, over
10.
Verbs: push, pull, tell
11.
Prepositions: into, out of
12.
Nouns: shape, side, line, ruler, space
13. ► Verbs: measure, guess, turn
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Prepositions: in, below
15.
Nouns: date, month, year, calendar,
week
16.
Verbs: print, spell, change
17.
Prepositions: inside, outside
18.
Nouns: rectangle, triangle, zero,
money, machine
19. ► Verbs: take away, follow
Adjective: wrong
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Prepositions: by, ahead of
21.
Verbs: begin, finish, move
22.
Prepositions: around, across
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23.
Nouns: nothing, piece, wife, husband,
human
41.
Nouns: season, crop, climate, globe,
report
24.
Adjectives: equal, greater than, less
than
42.
Adjectives: best, favorite, alike
43.
25.
Prepositions: above, beneath
Nouns: equator, continent, direction,
group, temperature
26.
Nouns: example, half, whole, quarter,
fraction
44.
Verbs: add, imagine
Verb: fix
45. ► Nouns: instrument, experiment,
problem, equation, directions
27.
Adjectives: unequal, both
28.
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Prepositions: against, on top of
29. ► Nouns: center, edge, area, earth,
planet
30.
Adjective: difficult
46.
Verbs: choose, practice, list
47.
Verbs: compare, decide, check
48.
Nouns: height, weight, length, width,
inch
Verbs: arrive, copy
Adjective: real
49. ► Verbs: increase, decrease, balance
31.
Prepositions: between, beside
50.
32.
Verbs: touch, taste, think
Nouns: price, total, decimal, dozen,
symbol
33.
Prepositions: near, far from
51.
Adjectives: even, odd, final
34.
Nouns: ocean, island, coast, country,
capital
52.
Nouns: graph, chart, table, microscope,
liquid
35. ► Verbs: discover, settle, explore
36.
Nouns: army, leader, government,
holiday, message
37.
Verb: vote
Adverbs: once, twice
38.
Nouns: accident, mistake, grade, score,
team
53. ► Verbs: connect, label
Adjective: shaded
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Verbs: pronounce, repeat, create
55.
Nouns: stage, audience, chapter,
passage, assignment
56.
Verbs: agree, disagree, discuss
57.
Nouns: dictionary, encyclopedia,
definition, glossary, magazine
58.
Verbs: research, apologize, defend
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39. ► Verb: complete
Adjectives: correct, incorrect
40.
Verbs: cross out, fill in, underline
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59. ► Nouns: draft, document, blank, margin,
column
75.
Words: locate, organize, horizontal,
result
60.
Verbs: edit, prewrite, revise
76.
61.
Verbs: dissolve, publish, combine
Words: receive, subject, succeed,
mention
62.
Nouns: period, apostrophe, quotation
marks, question mark, exclamation mark
77.
Words: express, future, convince,
define
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Words: suggest, annual, evidence, event
80.
Preposition: plus
Words: communicate, setting, plot,
average
Adjective: single
Review Menu: lessons 72–80
63. ► Verb: double
64.
Nouns: paragraph, punctuation,
heading, headline, contraction
65.
Verb: italicize
Adjectives: similar, bold
66.
Nouns: skeleton, muscle, category,
diagram, section
67. ► Verb: collect
Adverbs: forward, backward
68.
78. ► Words: situation, phrase, express,
permit
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81.
Words: based on, process, error,
influence
82.
Words: consists of, comment, reveal,
series
83.
Words: selection, responsibility, occur,
the following
Verb: classify
84. ► Words: experience, region, topic,
average
Adverb: usually
85.
Words: individual, general, support,
except
Adjective: unusual
69.
Nouns: decade, century, culture, vowel,
consonant
86.
Words: entry, statement, in order to,
solution
70.
Verbs: introduce, illustrate, describe
87.
Words: characteristics, response,
strategy, represent
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88. ► Words: approximately, data, resources,
vertical
Verbs: select, sort, estimate
Review Menu: lessons 81–88
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72. ► Words: sample, period, explain, article
73.
Words: instead of, main, identify,
method
74.
Words: produce, substance, file, goal
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Words: procedure, feature, eventually,
demonstrate
90.
Words: apply, analyze, legal, interpret
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Grammar
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Words: source, tradition, assume,
include
1.
Words: refer, natural resources,
complex, contrast
2.
Skills
► Singular and Plural
Chant: “Make It Plural”
► Question Words
Chant: “Question Words”
93. ► Words: theory, require, investigate,
scarce
3.
4.
Prepositions
► Sentences
94.
Words: comprehend, apply, economy,
conflict
95.
Words: interpret, emphasize, solution,
conclusion
5.
► Subject
6.
► Nouns
Words: obvious, paraphrase, specific,
previous
7.
► Proper Nouns
8.
► Personal Pronouns
9.
► Adjectives
96.
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Review Menu: lessons 89–96
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10. ► Verbs
11. ► Simple Present 1
12.
Simple Present 2
13. ► To Be Verb 1 (am)
Chant: “Be Verbs”
14.
To Be Verb 2 (is)
Chant: “Be Verbs”
15.
To Be Verb 3 (are)
Chant: “Be Verbs”
Review Menu: lessons 5–15
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