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CCLS - ELA: SL.3.1
- Speaking & Listening
- Comprehension and Collaboration
- State Standard:
- Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.
- 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...
- CONTINUED CLOSE READING OF THANK YOU, MR. FALKER: TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTIONS AND VOCABULARY Students will need materials from Lesson 9: Excerpts from Thank You, Mr. Falker (student copy), anchor chart...
- 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...
- Students will need materials from Lesson 9: Excerpts from That Book Woman student copy and their Close Read recording forms.
- 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 follows part 2 of the close reading cycle, which students were introduced to in Lesson 3 (with Rain School). Review that lesson.
- This lesson repeats the 2-day close reading cycle from Lessons 2 and 3, with a new text.
- In this lesson, minimal instruction is given on paragraph writing before students write their own. This is a purposeful move, as it is designed to be a pre-assessment to be used to inform instruction...
- In this lesson, students begin to explicitly focus on their ability to engage in collaborative discussions, which will be formally assessed during Lessons 6 and 7.
- During work time today, introduce the importance of specific skills during collaborative discussions, and then begin listening to students’ discussion skills and using the Conversation Criteria...
- 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...
- The Carousel protocol is a simple way to engage students with new content by getting them up moving, thinking, talking, and writing. In this lesson, students look at some “mystery” photographs to...
- 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...