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Incredible Stories. Pgs. 302-307. Mrs. Williams 3 rd Grade Surprise. What makes a story an incredible story? Have you read any stories that have taken you to far-off places? Have you ever dreamed about a story that you read? Tell about it. Journal.

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Incredible Stories

Pgs. 302-307

Mrs. Williams

3rd Grade

Surprise


What makes a story an incredible story?

Have you read any stories that have taken you to far-off places?

Have you ever dreamed about a story that you read? Tell about it.


Journal

What characters and settings would you like to be included in these incredible stories? (Describe)


Cows from Outer Space

I am going to read you a story about cows from outer space who take some children from New York City on a trip to London, England.


Comprehension

What are some details that show this is a fantasy story?

Why do the parents think the children have good imaginations?

Why don’t the parents believe that their children spent the afternoon with the cows London?


Dogzilla

Mrs. Williams

Third Grade


It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


Dogzilla Vocabulary

(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

colossal: very big, enormous


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

creature: a living being, especially an animal


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

heroic: very brave or daring


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

horrifying: causing much fear


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

monstrous: extremely large; enormous


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

terrifying: causing much fear


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

tremendous: very great, large, or powerful


As I read, I can evaluate how well DavPilkey uses words and pictures to make me feel that this story is “extremely goofy.”

Thinking about how a story makes you feel helps you understand what the author is trying to tell you.


Fantasy and Realism ChartTE pg. 333A

(R03-S2C1-07)

I can recognize the difference between fantasy and realism in a story.

Realism

(True-to-Life)

Fantasy

(Make Believe)

A city is built and run by mice.

A monster dog attacks the mouse city.

Mice send out an army.

Mice have an emergency meeting.

5. The mice chase off Dogzilla with a bath.

1. The wind carries the scent

of barbecue sauce into the distance.

2. A real dog can cause trouble.

3. Cities have emergency meetings and emergency help, such as police officers and firefighters.

4. Dogs often have baths.

5. Dogs have puppies.

Story Events and Characters


Enjoy your learning centers!


Dogzilla

  • Mrs. Williams

  • Third Grade

Day 2


It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

Dogzilla Vocabulary

colossal: very big, enormous


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

creature: a living being, especially an animal


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.


(R03-S2C1-07)

I can recognize the difference between fantasy and realism in a story.

Fantasy and RealismTE pg. R8

Cinderella vs. George Washington

  • Does the character act like a real person?

  • Is the character make-believe?

  • Does the story take place in a real location or is the setting make-believe?

  • Are the events in the story true or are they mostly make-believe?

  • Could the events in the story happen in real life?

  • Could the character exist in real life?


(R03-S2C3-01, R03-S1C3-06) I can form plurals correctly with words ending in f or fe

Plural Nouns ending with f and fe

Do you have any loaves of bread?

Run for your lives!


(R03-S2C3-01, R03-S1C3-06) I can form plurals correctly with words ending in f or fe

Plural Nouns ending with f and fe

What is the singular form of these plural nouns?

kniveshooves

liveshalves

thieveswolves


Using Context

(R03-S1C3-06) I can make sense of what words mean by looking at where the words are in the sentence.

Context is what a word means based on the sentence it is used in.


(R03-S1C3-06) I can make sense of what words mean by looking at where the words are in the sentence.


(R03-S1C3-06) I can make sense of what words mean by looking at where the words are in the sentence.

Using ContextTE pg. 333G

Practice using context!

Afterward, Dogzillawandered through the city streets.

The panicking pooch let out a burst of hot, fiery breath.

The mice fired up their grills, confident that they would never see or hear from Dogzilla again.


Enjoy your learning centers!


Dogzilla

  • Mrs. Williams

  • Third Grade

Day 3


It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

heroic: very brave or daring


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

horrifying: causing much fear


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

monstrous: extremely large; enormous


(R03-S2C1-07)

I can recognize the difference between fantasy and realism in a story.

Fantasy and RealismTE pg. 333A

You will be making a chart similar to this one:

Fantasy and Realism Chart

The Lost and Found

Fantasy

(Make-Believe)

Realism

(True-to-Life)

Find elements of fantasy and realistic details in The Lost and Found

(pgs. 93-115)


Practice Book pg. 204

(R03-S1C3-06) I can make sense of what words mean by looking at where the words are in the sentence.


(R03-S2C3-01, R03-S1C3-06) I can form plurals correctly with words ending in f or fe


Enjoy your learning centers!


Dogzilla

  • Mrs. Williams

  • Third Grade

Day 4


It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

terrifying: causing much fear


(R03-S1C4-01, 02)

I can learn and use new vocabulary words when speaking and writing.

tremendous: very great, large, or powerful


Reviewing Dogzilla

Fantasy/Realism Sort

Crazy Professor Reading

Play Jeopardy


Fantasy and Realism

C: (R03-S2C1-07)

I can recognize the difference between fantasy and realism by sorting out phrases into a graphic organizer.

  • A realistic story tells about characters and events that can happen in real life.

  • A fantasy story has features and events that cannot happen in real life.

    • A fantasy may include both realistic and make-believe details.


Crazy Professor Reading

I can review Dogzilla by reading it with expression and questioning what I have read.


Enjoy your learning centers!


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