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Mimicry and Camouflage Day 1. Students need : Textbook, practice book, pencil. Read Aloud. You will be listening to a folktale from the country of India called “The Blue Jackal Who Showed His True Colors.” Folktales: -are stories that are passed down orally.

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Mimicry and CamouflageDay 1

Students need :

Textbook, practice book, pencil


Read Aloud

  • You will be listening to a folktale from the country of India called “The Blue Jackal Who Showed His True Colors.”

  • Folktales:

    -are stories that are passed down orally.

    -contain a plot that teaches a lesson.

    -reflect the customs and beliefs of a culture.


To pay homage to a person or thing is to

show great respect to that person or

thing.


How do you think the animals of the

jungle treated the blue jackal before his

fur was dyed blue?


To be crestfalledn means to feel very

disappointed after feeling very

happy or confident.


  • Model Oral Fluency:

  • Good readers read aloud at a pace they

  • would use in a conversation.

  • Good readers do not read too quickly or

  • too slowly for listeners to understand.

  • Listen as I read the passage, then we will

  • choral read it together…


Turn to page 282 in students’ books.


Using Graphic Organizers

When reading a nonfiction text, you

should first identify the text structure,

such as cause-and-effect, and then select

the appropriate graphic organizer to keep

track of the information.

Let’s look at some graphic organizers:


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