1. Topic-
Vowel Diphthongs ou and ow
2. Content-
Part of the pretest
Work with the spelling pattern :List the spelling words on the board. Read the words and identify the base word in each word. Circle the ending added to the word.
3. Objectives-
1. Identify and decode the sound of vowel diphthongs ou and ow
2.Use structural cues to decode words with inflected endings -ed and -ing
.spell words with inflected endings -ed and -ing
.recognize high-frequency words
5. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

the letter ou and ow can stand for the /ou/ sound in words.

B. Development-

Blending Practice: Write how and have them blend the word.
Repeat with found.
how found

C. Practice-

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Practice Inflected Endings -ed and -ing: Volunteers to underline the base words on the chart. Say the words.

D. Independent Practice-

Spelling Words with -ed and -ing
Pretest: Say the spelling words, use it in a sentence, repeat it, and allow children to write it. Say the words.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Make New Words: Beginning with how, change and add letters to make new words.
Repeat with found. Add how & found to the chunking wall.
cow round
down pound
clown proud

F. Checking for understanding-

Inflected Endings
Teach Inflected Endings -ed and -ing
Write these words on the board.
shouted clapped hopped
shouting clapping hopping

G. Closure-

Say the words and repeat them. Ask to find the base word in each word, such as shout in shouting, and write it above the inflected forms.
6. Evaluation-
Make New Words
Return to the chart: Have them find words on the chart that end in -ed or -ing. Identify the words that double the final consonant before the ending is added.
7. Teacher Reflection-
Spelling Words
hugged hugging nodded
nodding skipped skipping
since those
crown shout

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