Thanks Seth! Get Started Story Phonics



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Lesson 8

1 Get Started Story

2 Genre: Realistic Fiction

3 Genre: Nonfiction

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Thanks Seth!

Get Started Story



Phonics

Words with th

Words to Know

Review


do

sees


he

the


now

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Ben is not glad. “Can I do this math”?



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Seth sees Ben.

“I can help Ben, “ thinks Seth.

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Ben sees Seth.



Seth tells Ben he can help.

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Seth helps Ben with the task.



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Now Ben can add fast.

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Seth and Ben are glad! Ben did all the math.



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Thanks, Seth!

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Teacher Read-Aloud

Focus Skill




Details



Details give small bits of information about something. Details help you picture the person, animal, place, or thing in your mind.

Look at the picture.

It shows details of what this child is having for lunch.

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Tell about this picture. What details do you see?

Try This!

Look at the picture. Tell how the details help you understand what is happening.

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Words to Know

High-Frequency Words

don’t

says


water

Mr.


new

line


her

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“I don’t have a job,” says Beth.


“You can water this plant,” Mr. Hall says.

Max has a new job, too.

He helps Hops.

We get in line to pet her.

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Beth’s Job

Realistic Fiction

Genre Study



Realistic fiction stories are made up, but they could happen in real life.

Beginning

Middle

Ending


Comprehension Strategy

Use Graphic Organizers A story map can help you understand and remember the beginning, middle, and ending of a story.

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It’s the day for new jobs.

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Class Jobs



Max-pet

Beth-plant

Ann-eggs

Jeff-line

Glen-flag

Jill-clock

“What is my job”? asks Beth.

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Class Jobs



Max-pet

Beth-plant

Ann-eggs

Jeff-line

Glen-flag

Jill-clock

“You can water the plant,” says Mr. Hall.

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Class Jobs



Max-pet

Beth-plant

Ann-eggs

Jeff-line

Glen-flag

Jill-clock

“Oh, no,” thinks Beth.

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Max helps with Hops.



Hops is the class pet.

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“I want that job,” thinks Beth.



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Eggs


Ann helps with the eggs.

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Beth wants that job.



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Jeff is first in line.

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Beth wants that job, too.



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Glen gets to hold the flag.

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“I want to hold the flag,” thinks Beth.



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“I don’t like this plant,” thinks Beth.

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“I want a new job.”



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“Look at this flower, Beth!” says Mr. Hall.

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“Oh, my!” says the class.



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“Oh, my!” says Beth.

“How did that get there”?

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“This job is the best!” Beth likes her job at last!



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Teacher Read-Aloud

Think Critically

1 How does Beth feel about her job when the story begins? How does she feel at the end? Why? COMPARE AND CONTRAST

2 What is one thing Beth does to help the plant? DETAILS

3 Why do you think Beth wants to help with the eggs? MAKE INFERENCES

4 How does Beth’s job make the classroom a better place? DRAW CONCLUSIONS

5 WRITE Write about a job you enjoy doing. Tell why that job is important. WRITING RESPONSE

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Meet the Illustrator

Michael Garland

Michael Garland has written and illustrated many books for children. He spent his childhood in New York exploring the woods, playing sports, and drawing. Drawing was the thing he did best. When he would draw something in school, his teachers would often show it to the class and put it up on the bulletin board. This helped him to decide he wanted to become an artist.

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Flowers Grow

Science

Nonfiction



A plant needs water, light, air, and soil to grow.

seed


seedings

young plant

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The plant grows.



Now there is a flower. How nice!

bud


flower

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Connections




Comparing Texts

1 How is the plant in “Beth’s Job” like the one in “Flowers Grow”?

2 How is Beth’s classroom like your classroom? How is it different?

3 Tell about a job you have had at school.

Writing

Draw three pictures to show how Beth feels at the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Label each picture with a word or sentence.



Beth is sad because she doesn’t like her job.

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Phonics



Make and read new words.

Start with path.

Take a way pa. Add in after th.

Change i to a.

Add k to the end.

Fluency Practice


Read the story aloud with a small group. Look at the end marks of the sentences as you read. Use your voice to show how Beth and her classmates feel.




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