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Common Core: ELA
CCLS - ELA: RL.3.2
- Reading Literature
- Key Ideas and Details
- State Standard:
- Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
- Waiting for the Biblioburro is narrative nonfiction: a story about real people and actual events. Students have read other narrative nonfiction in this unit: Rain School and Thank You, Mr. Falker....
- BUILDING BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT: WHAT MAKES IT HARD FOR SOME PEOPLE TO GET BOOKS? This lesson is designed to be a bridge from the idea of overcoming personal obstacles to...
- INDEPENDENT READING: BUILDING THE POWER OF STAMINA Note that unlike other books in this module, The Incredible Book-Eating Boy is used JUST as a readaloud and as brief whole group discussion to get...
- CLOSE READING OF THE BOY WHO LOVED WORDS: HOW DO PEOPLE BUILD THEIR WORD POWER? Because The Boy Who Loved Words is a more complex text, students need access to excerpts from the book to complete the...
- CLOSE READING OF THANK YOU, MR. FALKER: IDENTIFYING THE SUPERPOWERS OF READING Because Thank You, Mr. Falker is a more complex text, students need access to excerpts from the book to complete the...
- In this second unit, students will explore their own “powers of reading” that help them access text. In the first half of the unit, students will explore fictional accounts of people who worked hard...
- Because That Book Woman is a more complex text, students need access to excerpts from the book to complete the close reading cycle. See supporting materials for a list of appropriate excerpts.
- This lesson repeats the 2-day close reading cycle from Lessons 2 and 3, with a new text.
- This lesson introduces students to the concept of reading closely, by moving them through a specific process. Students will use this reading routine throughout the year, so take time in this lesson...
- In this first unit, students will explore the question: “Why do people seek the power of reading?” Through the study of literature, literary nonfiction, and informational articles from around the...
- This module uses literature and informational text such as My Librarian Is a Camel to introduce students to the power of literacy and how people around the world access books. This module is...