Lit Focus Unit Part 2

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Lit Focus Unit Part 2

  1. 1. Kelsey Mitsdarffer<br />Education 378<br />10/12/09<br />Second grade<br />Literary Focus Unit Part 2<br /><ul><li>Goals:
  2. 2. The students will gain knowledge about the first Thanksgiving.
  3. 3. The students will gain a feeling of thankfulness through fundraising and volunteering.
  4. 4. Students will gain an understanding of the importance of helping others.
  5. 5. Students will learn about traditions and customs of Thanksgiving.
  6. 6. Students will learn about Native Americans and Pilgrims.
  7. 7. Standards:</li></ul>Language Arts:<br />2.7.2 – Ask for clarification and explanation of stories and ideas.<br />2.7.8- Retell stories, including characters, setting, and plot.<br />2.7.9 – Report on a topic including supportive facts and details.<br />2.7.13- Recite poems, rhymes, songs, and stories.<br />2.1.6- Read aloud fluently and affectively with appropriate changes in voice and expression.<br />2.2.4- Ask and respond to questions (when, where, who, how, what if, why) to aid comprehension about important elements in informational text. <br />2.2.5- Restate facts and details or summarize the mail idea in the text to clarify and organize ideas. <br /><ul><li>Incorporating the Reading Process:</li></ul>Stage 1:Prereading<br /><ul><li>Set purpose
  8. 8. Make predictions
  9. 9. Connect to prior personal experiences
  10. 10. Connect to thematic units of special units</li></ul>Stage 2: Reading<br /><ul><li>Make predictions
  11. 11. Apply skill/ strategies
  12. 12. Read alone, with a partner, or in small groups
  13. 13. Read beginning to end
  14. 14. Note taking</li></ul>Stage 3: Responding<br /><ul><li>Write a reading log
  15. 15. Reading circles to discuss what is going on in the unit
  16. 16. Partner discussions to discuss ideas and opinions about the stories</li></ul>Stage 4: Exploring<br /><ul><li>Learn new vocabulary
  17. 17. Make connections with personal experience
  18. 18. Reread and think more deeply</li></ul>Stage 5: Applying<br /><ul><li>Construct projects
  19. 19. Connect with related books
  20. 20. Reflect on their interpretations
  21. 21. Value the reading experience

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