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Miss. Laura Donato Fifth Grade English February 10-14, 2014

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Unit: #2 Week 3

Unit: #2 Week 3

Unit: #2 Week 3

Unit: #2 Week 3

Novel

Topic: Interactive Read Aloud

Topic: Vocabulary

Topic: “Growing in Place”

Topic: “Growing in Place”

Topic: “The Indian in the Cupboard”

Skill: Listening Comprehension

Skill: Acquiring new vocabulary

Skill: Reading comprehension

Skill: Reading comprehension

Skill: Novel Discussion

GLE: RL.5.1

GLE: L.5.6

GLE: RF.5.4c

GLE: RL 5.5

Objective: Students will be able to:

Objective: Students will be able to:

Objective: Students will be able to:

Objective: Students will be able to:

Quote and draw accurate

Acquire and accurately use

Read with enough accuracy and

Re-read the text, clear doubts and

GLE: RL. 4.7 Objective: Students will be able to:

Interpret


inferences from a text when explained explicitly by the teacher. Summarize a written text or any type of information that has been read aloud.

grade appropriate vocabulary words and phrases such as contrasts and additions.

fluency to support comprehension. Compare and contrast the overall structure of the text. Re-read if necessary.

show reading comprehension. Summarize a written text or any type of information that has been read.

information presented in a debate. •

Will show reading comprehension; that they have read and understood the novel and the author’s biography.

Activities:

Activities:

Activities:

Activities:

Activities:

Students will be introduced with the biography genre. They will be presented with a picture of Thomas Moran. Students will read Thomas Moran’s biography.

Students will read the vocabulary words aloud and they will be explained the meaning of each word. They will partner up and write the vocabulary words in their notebooks with their meanings and will write an example

The teacher will review the three main characteristics of a biography. Students will read the story “Growing in Place” by E. Lucy Braun aloud. The teacher will ask them questions about the story as we read along.

The teacher will review the three main characteristics of a biography. Students will pair up and will re-read the story “Growing in Place” quietly Students will summarize the story focusing on the main idea in a paragraph of 5-7 sentences.

Start our discussion on “The Indian in the Cupboard”. The teacher will assess the students with a modern version of who wants to be a millionaire based on the first three chapters of the novel and on the author’s life.


of each word used in context as practice. Specific Assessment: •

Students will write a paragraph of 5-7 sentences summarizing

Specific Assessment: •

Vocabulary discussion.

Specific Assessment: •

Students will do the sequence activity on page 127 of their RWW book.

Specific Assessment: •

Students will do page 76 of the practice book.

Specific Assessment: •

Thomas Moran’s biography in their own words.

Students will be presented with an interview made by of Lynne Reid Banks about “The Indian in the Cupboard”.

Materials:

Materials:

Materials:

Materials:

Materials:

Reading Writing Workshop book

Music

Index cards

Projector

Projector

Homework: •

Investigate and read the biography of the author of “The Indian in the Cupboard”, Lynne Reid Banks.

Reading Writing Workshop book

Reading Writing Workshop book.

Reading Writing Workshop book Practice book

Projector

Homework: •

Practice Book

Page 71

Homework: • •

Practice Book Page 73-75

Homework: •

Read chapters 1-3 of “The Indian in the Cupboard” and review Lynne Reid Banks’ biography

Homework: •

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