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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 camouflage day 1

Mimicry and CamouflageDay 1

Students need :

Textbook, practice book, pencil


Read aloud

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.


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

To pay homage to a person or thing is to

show great respect to that person or

thing.


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

How do you think the animals of the

jungle treated the blue jackal before his

fur was dyed blue?


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

To be crestfalledn means to feel very

disappointed after feeling very

happy or confident.


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

  • 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…


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

Turn to page 282 in students’ books.


Mimicry and camouflage day 1

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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