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  • 1. Online Actions in Reading Brittany Tarkowski RED 6545 Dr. Christine Joseph
  • 2. Standards • 1.SL.6 I can make complete sentences. • 1.SL.2 I can ask and answer questions about what is read or spoken. • 1.SL.1A I can follow the rules for a discussion. • 1.L.6 I can use new words that I have learned. • 1.SL.4 I can clearly and accurately describe people, places, things, and events.
  • 3. Content vocabulary • Apple Orchard • Ripe • Bare • Cycle • Nectar • Pollen • Pollinated • Harvest • Sweet • Tart
  • 4. Class Field Trip to the Apple Orchard • Where do apples come from? • What is an Apple Orchard? • Have you ever visited an Apple Orchard?
  • 5. It’s a sunny day in early fall. A perfect day to go apple picking. The class is excited about their field trip to the Apple Orchard. They want to learn more about where apples come from. When the class arrives at the Apple Orchard the owner of the Orchard explains to the class how apples grow. How do you think apples grow? Turn and talk with a partner.
  • 6. Just like all living things apples need rain and sun to grow and to be healthy. It takes many months for apples to grow and to ripen.
  • 7. The 4 seasons of an apple tree Here is a worksheet we are going to complete during our class discussion of how an apple grows. (Pass out worksheet)
  • 8. The Apple tree in the winter In the winter apple trees do not grow or change. The apple tree is bare. It is hard to imagine what the apple tree will look like with apples on it. What does the apple tree look like in the winter? Draw a picture of the apple tree in the winter, and write a sentence about what your apple tree looks like.
  • 9. The apple tree in the spring In the spring the warm weather awakens the tree and it begins a new cycle of growth. The leaves begin to grow on the branches. Beautiful pink or white flowers begin to grow too, and bees buzz from flower to flower. What does the apple tree look like in the spring? Draw a picture of the apple tree in the spring, and write a sentence about what your apple tree looks like.
  • 10. Bees are very important in helping apples grow. Why do you think bees are important to helping the apples grow? Turn and talk with a partner. When a honeybee lands on an apple flower, it sips the sweet nectar. Tiny pieces of pollen stick to the bees legs. Bees are important because they carry pollen from flower to flower. The apples do not grow until the flowers have been pollinated.
  • 11. The apple tree in the summer In the summer the flowers grow into apples, and the apples get bigger and riper. What does the apple tree look like in the summer? Draw a picture of the apple tree in the summer, and write a sentence about what your apple tree looks like.
  • 12. Different Kinds of apples Different kinds of apples have different skin colors. Some turn red, and others turn yellow. Some apples stay green even when they are ripe.
  • 13. The apple tree in the fall As fall approaches the apples start to ripen. When the apples are ripe they are ready to be picked. It’s harvest time!!! What does the apple tree look like in the fall? Draw a picture of the apple tree in the fall, and write a sentence about what your apple tree looks like.
  • 14. Put your thinking caps on! (Review the vocabulary that was discussed)
  • 15. After the class learned all about how apples grow, it is now time to pick the apples in the Apple Orchard! The class picked up their baskets and got on the tractor. The tractor takes the class into the orchard. Our class is picking Red Delicious apples today!
  • 16. It’s time to start picking! The class places their apples gently into their baskets Our baskets are full! It is now time to head back to the farm and sample the apples.
  • 17. Apple Tasting There are a number of varieties of apples with different colors and tastes. We are going to have an apple tasting today. We are going to taste the red delicious, golden delicious, and the granny smith apples. When you are tasting the apples, some will taste sweet, or tart.
  • 18. A closer look at an apple Before we start our apple tasting, let’s take a closer look at the different parts of an apple.
  • 19. Discussion Groups (Split students into 6 groups. Each student in the group will be given a job. Go over each jobs responsibility.) Make sure each member of the group has all materials that they need. Explain to the group what sweet and tart is, and give an example of each. Records the groups apples the group tastes, the size of the apples, and if the apple is sweet or tart. Will record what the groups favorite apple is that they tasted, and present the results to the class.
  • 20. Life cycle of an apple tree Here is a video of the life cycle of an apple tree. To help give us a better understanding of how apples grow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0 DDDBwk_-bM