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Penguin chick day 1

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  • 1. Penguin Chick
    • Author: Betty Tatham
    • Illustrator: Helen K. Davie
    • Genre: Expository Nonfiction
    • Skill: Main Idea/Details
  • 2. Question of the Week
    • How have animals adapted to solve the problems of their environment?
  • 3.
    • Listen as I read “Swamp Scramblers.”
    • Objectives:
    • Build vocabulary by finding words related to the lesson concept.
    • Listen for main idea and details.
    • I will model appropriate pacing and use expression based on punctuation.
  • 4. Listening Comprehension
    • Identify the topic, the main idea, and one supporting detail of the selection.
    • In what ways are mudskippers and other fish similar? In what ways are they different?
  • 5. Let’s add Inhospitable- offering no shelter or good conditions for living
  • 6. Let’s add predatory- living by killing and eating other animals
  • 7. Let’s add refuge – shelter or protection from danger or trouble
  • 8. Main Idea and Details
    • Objectives:
    • Identify main idea and details
    • Use graphic organizers to show main idea and details.
  • 9.
    • Imagine that this is the main idea of an article you’re going to read.
    • What are some of the details you might read about?
    “Pets”
  • 10. Main Idea and Details
    • Let’s read page 150.
    • When we look for the main idea of a selection, we look for what is implied as the most important idea. Supporting details tell us more about the main idea.
    • Graphic organizers, such as charts and graphs, can help us recognize the main idea and tell the difference between it and the supporting details.
  • 11. Main Idea and Details
    • Let’s read the first paragraph on p. 151 and look for the main ideas and supporting details.
    • I think that this selection is all about Antarctica because all the paragraphs tell about this continent. I decided that the main idea of the first paragraph is that in Antarctica, thick ice covers the
    • continent.
  • 12. Main Idea, continued.
    • A graphic organizer can help you see the difference between the main idea and the supporting details.
    Antarctica Thick ice covers the continent. Beneath the ice are mountains and valleys. In some places, the ice is almost 3 miles thick.
  • 13. Main idea, continued.
    • Let’s read the second paragraph and make a graphic organizer.
    Antarctica The weather is harsh.
  • 14. Build Background
    • Let’s make a quick KWL chart. You have 2 minutes to add as many things are you know about penguins, especially Emporer penguins.
    • Now think of some questions you have about penguins, and we will add to our chart.
  • 15. KWL
    • Know Want to Know Learned
  • 16.
      • Words to Know
      • cuddles
      • flippers
      • frozen
      • hatch
      • pecks
      • preen
      • snuggles
  • 17. More Words to Know
    • rookery
    • squid
  • 18. cuddles lies close and comfortable; curls up
  • 19. flippers broad, flat body parts used for swimming by seals and penguins
  • 20. frozen hardened with cold; turned to ice
  • 21. hatch to come out of an egg
  • 22. pecks strikes with a beak
  • 23. preen To smooth or arrange feathers with a beak
  • 24. snuggles Lies close and comfortably together; cuddles
  • 25. I watched the blue bird preen his feathers neatly.
  • 26. I watched the blue bird preen his feathers neatly.
  • 27. The baby cub snuggles closely to its mother to stay warm.
  • 28. The baby cub snuggles closely to its mother to stay warm.
  • 29. A large chunk of frozen ice breaks off of the iceberg.
  • 30. A large chunk of frozen ice breaks off of the iceberg.
  • 31. All birds hatch from eggs.
  • 32. All birds hatch from eggs.
  • 33. The seal uses it flippers to help it swim.
  • 34. The seal uses it flippers to help it swim.
  • 35. The kitten snuggles close to its mother and falls asleep.
  • 36. The kitten snuggles close to its mother and falls asleep.
  • 37. A bird uses its beak to peck through the egg when it is born.
  • 38. A bird uses its beak to peck through the egg when it is born.
  • 39. Small Groups
    • Read leveled readers.
  • 40. Fluency
    • I will model appropriate pacing as I read “Swamp Scramblers.”
    • Listen to the punctuation, as I pause slightly after each comma and a bit longer after periods and before and after the dashes.
  • 41. Penguin Chick Day 1 Grammar Objectives: Define and identify common nouns. Define and identify proper nouns. Use common and proper nouns in writing. Become familiar with noun assessment on high-stakes tests.
  • 42.
    • Does penguins live in alaska?
    • Do penguins live in Alaska?
    • The feemale bird look for food.
    • The female bird looks for food.
  • 43. Reading-Grammar Connection
    • But on the ice in Antarctica, there are no twigs or leaves.
    • The words ice, twigs, and leaves are common nouns. They name any person, place, or thing.
    • Antarctica is a proper noun. It names a particular place and begins with a capital letter
  • 44.  
  • 45. Penguin Chick Day 1 Spelling Objective: Spell words with syllable patterns V/CV and VC/V.
  • 46. Pretest