What is the open compound word in this sentence?

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Parmele
by: Eloise Greenfield & Lessie Jones
Little
Genre:
Autobiography
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Comprehension Skills:
*Making Connections
*Visualizing
*Monitor & Clarify
*Main Idea & Details
Word Knowledge:
Open compound words
Homographs
Short e spelled ea
/ow/ /or/ /әl/ sounds
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Spelling pattern
review
glisten
wrench
gnarled
cleats
steeple
clover
carve
popcorn
carpet
waffle
angle
civil
crouch
shower
countless
ankles
porches
stroke
thumb
around
multiply
multicultural
multiuse
multimedia
multilingual
multitude
autobiography
autonomy
autocrat
autograph
automatic
autopilot
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Grammar:
Commas in a series
Writing sentences with
commas
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
“Parmele”
Vocabulary
collards
patchwork quilts
sharecropper
commence
hovering
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
collards
I remember her most bending over the
collards in her garden or feeding the
chickens.
The first step in preparing the collards for
supper was washing all the leaves clean of
dirt and insects.
Collards: green, leafy vegetable
Context clues
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
patchwork quilts
She used to sew leftover material from my
dresses into her patchwork quilts.
My grandmother used pieces of colored
cloth to make a patchwork quilt for my
bed. It kept me warm at night all winter.
Patchwork quilts: blankets made from scraps of material
sewn together.
Context clues, word structure
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
sharecropper
Pa was a sharecropper.
Being a sharecropper would take a lot
of hard work.
Sharecropper: a farmer who gives part of his or her crop
as rent to the owner of the land.
Word structure
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
commence
“One night,” he’d say, “me and my brother John was
coming ‘cross that field over yonder…and we
commence to hearing this strange sound.”
The coach announced that practice would
commence in five minutes. We should all be on
the field and ready to go.
Commence: begin
Context clues
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
hovering
He’d twist his face and narrow his eyes in horror as
he stared out into the darkness, and I could just
feel all those haints hovering behind us, daring us
to turn around and run for the door.
First I heard the sound of bees buzzing. Then I saw a
swarm of them hovering over my brother’s head.
Hovering: staying in the same position in the air without
moving forward or backward.
Context clues, word structure
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Word Knowledge
What do these words have in common?
gas station
rocking chair
soda pop
parking lot
They’re open compound words. What are
open compound words?
In an open compound word, two words come together to
name something, but there is a space between these
words.
What is the difference between closed and open
compound words? Can you think of an example of each?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Homographs
read
can
found
like
What are homographs?
Words that are spelled the same but have different
meanings and origins.
What are the different meanings of the words above?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
/e/ sound
What is the spelling pattern for the /e/ sound in these words?
ready
leather
breakfast
bread
ready
leather
breakfast
bread
The long e sound is also spelled with the ea pattern, as in
bead or weak. What is the difference between the word weak
and the words above?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Spelling Patterns
What do these words have in common?
ankles
porches
stroke
thumb
around
What are the review spelling patterns for
these words?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Long e, short e
The man at the gas station wore
leather gloves.
Compare and contrast the words leather
and leader.
Bonus Question: What is the open
compound word in this sentence?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Homographs
I like ice cream just like you do.
What are the homographs in this sentence? Use
context clues to determine their meanings.
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Contractions
At my house, we’re not allowed to have
soda pop at breakfast.
What is the contraction in this sentence and
what two words are being contracted?
What is the open compound word in this sentence?
What is the closed compound word in this sentence?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
Identify spelling patterns
Half of the players on a football team could
have tape wrapped around their sprained
ankles.
Which words have the /ow/ sound
and final / l/ sound?
Open Court 5th grade Unit 3, Less. 6; Michelle
Wohlgemuth--Cawston Elementary
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