Teaching Response to Literature 3rd grade

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  • Teaching Response to Literature 3rd grade

    1. 1. 3rd Grade is Out of This World!!<br />Writing a Response to Literature<br />The mission of the Georgia Cyber Academy is to provide an exemplary educational experience to students in a unique and individualized setting.<br />
    2. 2. Learning Mission Rules<br />In our virtual classroom…<br />Remember to always demonstrate your best manners. <br />Be considerate of others and allow everyone a chance to participate. <br />Never share personal information or post inappropriately<br />Listen to all instructions carefully. Do not raise your hand unless you are asked<br />Log-in correctly<br />HAVE FUN!<br />OUR MISSION:<br />The mission of the Georgia Cyber Academy is to provide an exemplary educational experience to students in a unique and individualized setting.<br />
    3. 3. The Georgia Performance Standard says……..<br />ELA3W1 The student demonstrates competency in the writing process. The student <br />k. Writes a response to literature that demonstrates understanding of the text, formulates an opinion, and supports a judgment.<br />ELA3R3 The student uses a variety of strategies to gain meaning from grade-level text. The student <br />g. Summarizes text content. <br />i. Makes connections between texts and/or personal experiences. <br />q. Formulates and defends an opinion about a text.<br />
    4. 4. Enduring Understanding<br />Students will understand the components of a response to literature.<br />Essential Question:<br />How is a book report different from a response to literature? <br />
    5. 5. Response to Literature Prompt <br />Many students and adults like sharing about a book they have read. They share the main ideas of the story along with their thoughts and feelings about the book. Think about the books that you have read during this past year. Choose a book that you could use to write the best possible book review. You are going to write a review of a book that you either liked or didn’t like.<br />
    6. 6. Be prepared to share your understanding and opinion about this book. Use information from the book and from your prior knowledge to support your opinions and answer these basic questions. <br />What is the book about? <br />What is the book’s theme or message? <br />What do I like or dislike about this book? <br />Would you recommend this book to anyone else?<br />Why would you recommend it?<br />Response to Literature Prompt<br />
    7. 7. Be prepared to share your understanding and opinion about this book. Use information from the book and from your prior knowledge to support your opinions and answer these basic questions. <br />How does this book connect with something I have experienced? <br />Does it remind you of something that has happened?<br /> in the world (text-to-world connection) <br />or of another story you have read (text-to-text connection) <br />or of something that actually happened in your life (text-to-self connection)<br />Response to Literature Prompt<br />
    8. 8. What is a Response to Literature?<br />A response to literature comes from reading or listening carefully to a story, poem, play, or article and writing about the plot, characters, or themes that you have read or heard..<br />The process of writing a response <br /> to literature is similar to the process <br /> used for any other information/expository<br /> writing. <br />
    9. 9. When you write a response to literature, your job is to go back through the story, poem, article, or chapter and select specific events, examples, or details to help explain or prove an opinion or idea that you had as you read or listened.<br />
    10. 10. When writing a response, ask???….<br />How do I feel about what I just read?<br />What did I like or not like about the text?<br />What are some important points in the text?<br />Is there anything that I would change?<br />How does the text relate to anything else that I have read? (Text-to-Text)<br />How does the text relate to something that has happened to me? (Text-To-Self)<br />
    11. 11. When writing a response, give….3 E’s<br />Examples, <br />Evidence, <br />Explanation<br />
    12. 12. What is Included in a Response to Literature?<br />DESCRIPTIONS– describing characters thoughts and actions, settings.<br />CONNECTIONS & COMPARISONS–the relationship between the text to something else.<br />COMMENTS– examples of events and feelings about the text.<br />
    13. 13. DESCRIPTIONS<br />Describe a character’s <br />thoughts and actions as well as setting and plot.<br />
    14. 14. CONNECTIONS & COMPARISONS<br />Text to Self<br />Text to Text<br />Text to World<br />
    15. 15. COMMENTS . . .<br />What the author wrote<br />The theme of the story<br />The conflict(s) in the story<br />The topic and main idea of an article<br />How the story was written<br />Feelings that came to you as you read<br />The contents of the story<br />What the story means to you<br />Something that you learned as you read<br />The language, description, and style of the writing<br />
    16. 16. What should my paper look like?<br />I. Paragraph one:hook/lead, title, author, YOUR opinion statement, setting, name of important characters, plot<br />II. Paragraph two:Event or example #1 (with examples from the text and personal opinions related to the papers focus.)<br />Event or example #2 (with more examples from the text and commentaries to show relationship to the focus.)<br />III. Paragraph three:restate your opinion, summarize the main points, and point out changes.<br />
    17. 17. Use a Response to Literature Graphic Organizerto begin your planning.<br />Introduction<br />What are the elements of the story?<br />Book Title<br />Author<br />Illustrator<br />Genre<br />What is the book about?<br />How did you connect to the book?<br />Provide examples<br />Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?<br />
    18. 18. Example of how to use a graphic organizer to begin planning your paper.<br />-Character: Ramona Quimby Age 8. -Beverly Cleary<br />-Surprise gift from dad. -I like the book, it was good.<br />-Tried to be cool. -Learned about manners<br />Text summary: Include title, author, main characters, opinion of text.<br />Event #1, Text to Self (personal relationship to story, explanation of feelings about text)<br /><ul><li>Favorite part: Ramona cracked an egg on her head.
    19. 19. I tried to be cool at school.
    20. 20. It was funny.</li></li></ul><li>Example of how to use a graphic organizer to begin planning your paper.<br />Event #2, Text to Text (comparisons to other stories, feelings about text)<br />-Read other Beverly Cleary books. <br />-Can create pictures in my mind<br />-Easy to read like other books.<br />Restate thought/opinion about text.<br />-I liked it because it was funny. - Tell other people to read it.<br />-The author choose really good descriptive words.<br />
    21. 21. Example 3rd Grade Reading Response: “Ramona Quimby, Age 8” by Beverly Cleary ,Touch of the flu! Egg in her hair? Poor Ramona!<br />“Ramona Quimby, Age 8” is a nine chapter, one hundred and ninety page book about an eight year old girl in third grade. The story was written by Beverly Cleary. She started school with a surprise gift from her dad, only to have it stolen by a boy she called “Yard Ape”. One day at lunch she tried to be cool and show off for her friends by cracking an egg on her head and found herself in a big mess. When flu season hit she learned how awful it felt to throw up in class. She and her sister learn about using good manners at the dinner table. As time goes on Ramona and her family solve their problems, and learn to be more caring for each other. They also learn to be more considerate for each other when time alone is needed.<br />
    22. 22. Example 3rd Grade Reading Response: Paragraph 2<br />My favorite part was during a scene where Ramona’s class is at lunch, “She took a firm hold on her egg, waited until everyone at her table was watching, and whack—she found herself with a hand full of crumbled shell and something cool and slimy running down her face.” (“Ramona Quimby, Age 8”, Bevery Cleary, p. 60) I thought that was funny because she wanted to be cool like the rest of her class, by breaking a hard boiled egg on her head. But guess what, her mother was in such a hurry she gave Ramona a raw egg! Whoops! I did something silly like that before to try to be cool with my friends at school. <br />
    23. 23. Example 3rd Grade Reading Response: Paragraph 3<br />“Ramona Quimby, Age 8” is one of the best Beverly Cleary books I’ve ever read because it pulled me in better than any other book in her series. (I have read 6 of her books.) The book reminded me of other books that I have read. It made pictures in my mind and sounded like a real person wrote it. It also sounded good as I read it, flowed easily from sentence to sentence and sounded like a real 8 year old girl’s life. These traits made me want to keep on reading until the end of the book. <br />
    24. 24. Example 3rd Grade Reading Response: Paragraph 4<br />I think the one thing the author wants me to know is that when my family may be having problems I can be of help by obeying them and not fussing, disturbing, and/or annoying them. I liked this book because the author chose strong, powerful, descriptive words that made gross, imaginative pictures in my mind. Like in her lunch scene at school, “something cool and slimy running down her face”, and at her dinner scene at home, “One edge of her meat was covered with tiny bumps.” I recommend this book to good readers who enjoy good long lasting chapters*.<br />
    25. 25. Important things to remember:<br />Choose a book that you have an understanding and an opinion about.<br />Write down narrative elements (character, setting, plot)<br />Think to yourself about the story and ask questions. (What did I like not like, etc????) <br />Use the graphic organizer to write to gather your thoughts and ideas.<br />Finally, write your rough draft.<br />
    26. 26. Great Work Today!<br />
    27. 27. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!<br />Your participation was <br />OUT OF THIS WORLD!<br />I hope you learned a lot <br />while having tons of fun.<br />See you next time!<br />
    28. 28. Bibliography<br />Georgia Performance Standards- 3rd Grade English Language Arts<br />K12 Grade 3 Composition Curriculum Unit 8<br />Google Images <br />Microsoft Office Images<br />

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