By Shari Edwards Grades 1—2, 3—5 Dr. They are imaginative, fun to read, and phonics-filled. Even my strongest readers enjoy letting his words trip over their tongues. March 2nd is Dr.
Continue a conversation through multiple exchanges. Warm Up 10 minutes My lesson today is aligned to the common core of engaging my students in a discussion about the different characters, settings and events in the story.
We will write an informational paper on the main character. It is important for my students to be able to identify the details of a story such as the characters, the setting and the main events to give an accurate story retell. In the upper grades my students will be asked difficult questions about a text and being able to identify these details of a story will prove important.
I am laying the foundation for future skills by teaching my students to identify these details. I gather my students on the carpet for whole group reading block. I show daisy head mayzie writing activity a vase of daisies.
You can buy them in different colors, but I like the white ones with a yellow center. Do you have a favorite flower? I go up and dow the rows giving each student the opportunity to talk briefly about their favorite flower.
They smell wonderful too. Where do you think these daisies can grow? At the plant store. Yes these are all good places for a daisy to grow. I want to read a story to you about a girl named Maizie.
Her friends called her Daisy Head Mayzie. We will talk about who each character is, where they work and why they are called to help Maizie. That is so crazy. So do you think this is a true story? No, it is make believe.
By looking at the cover can you tell me who the author is? Yes, this is a Dr. I know it will be fun.
Show me you are ready. We stop when each new character is introduced so they understand all the parts and pieces to this story.
This story could be confusing to my ELL students so I will spend the time on discussing each character, setting and event. They will get a kick out of the part where Maizie and the daisy wilt and the swarming bees. That would be terrible to have a daisy grow on your head. Did the daisy go away?
It says it sometimes grows back but she is used to it. What does that mean, that she is used to it? Oh, she likes it?
I guess if you got used to something you might like it. I will write what they dictate and leave it up for them to copy. We discuss the different ideas and put some sentences together.
Does this sound good? Is it what happened in the story?What is your favorite Dr.
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