National Parks A Reading A-Z Book by Julie Mettenburg
- I will be able to retell why National Parks have been made and what benefits they have for the world and the struggles they face.
- real name; official name; assign a purpose
- saving something to use in the future
Read the Text
- Remember what good readers do:
- Make Connections : does it remind you of anything
- • Creating Sensory Images : make a movie in your head
- • Determining Importance in Text: what’s the big idea
- • Monitoring and Fix Up Understanding
- • Inferring beyond literal meanings in text
- • Actively Question before, during, and after reading
- • Summarizing and Synthesizing Information
Revisit the Objective
- I will be able to retell why National Parks have been made and what benefits they have for the world and the struggles they face .
- un + touch+ ed= untouched – not to touch
- un + know + n= unknown — not to know
- en + danger+ ed= endangered – to be in danger
- en + grave + ing= engraving – to mark into something
- inter + act= interact – act together
Work on Fluency
- Turn to page 5 and 6: The Value of Parks
- Let’s work on reading this page fluently– good speed, accuracy and expression.
Write a Summary
- National Parks are important to the earth….
- (think about the objective)
- Turn in your summary to Mrs. Hagen
- Read page 5 and 6 to Mrs. Hagen