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Materials for Class. As you come in, grab a glue stick and a pair of scissors from the back counter. Take out your composition notebook and open to the Language s ection. “What Do You Know About Sharks?”. 1. Composition book open to a blank page. 2. Textbook open to page: 2 nd : 912.

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Materials for class
Materials for Class

  • As you come in, grab a glue stick and a pair of scissors from the back counter.

  • Take out your composition notebook and open to the Language section.



1 composition book open to a blank page 2 textbook open to page 2 nd 912 5 th 912

1. Composition book open to a blank page.

2. Textbook open to page:

2nd: 912.

5th: 912.

Materials


Personal connection

Cute doesn't always mean cuddly, and frightening doesn't always mean vicious.

Big Question

Can appearances deceive?

Brainstorm

List at least three instances where you were deceived by appearances, either good or bad.

Example

Pit bulls used to frighten me, solely based on their appearance. After I owned one, I realized they were the sweetest dogs.

Personal Connection


Prediction

Based on the title of the article, and the image at the beginning of this PowerPoint, predict the article's main idea.

Model Response

After analyzing the article “What Do You Know About Sharks?” by Sharon Guynup and examining the image at the beginning of the PowerPoint, one can infer the article's main idea will be _____________ because ____________.

Prediction


Before reading, complete the following table. For each number, write a sentence declaring whether or not each statement is true or false.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Anticipation Guide


What do you know about sharks1

As you read the article, employ the PLAN method (Preview, Locate, Add, Note) in order to analyze the article.

Be prepared to make inferences and identify the main idea of the text!

Add

As we read, update the add section with supporting details that substantiate (support) the main idea.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?”


What do you know about sharks plan example
“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Plan Example Locate, Add, Note) in order to analyze the article.

Preview

Locate

“What Do You Know

About Sharks?”

Note

Add


What do you know about sharks discussion questions

Respond to the following sentences in complete sentences. As you answer, restate the question, cite evidence with line numbers, and indicate the article title and author.

1. What does the author think is the scariest thing about sharks?

2. What place do sharks hold in the aquatic food chain?

3. Draw a simple illustration of a shark. Label its tail, dorsal fin, pectoral fins, and gill slits.

4. Locate the information about shark eyes on page 914. What do you learn from the photograph? What do the other text features add to your understanding of the photograph?

5. Why do sharks need to be protected? (Provide at least 3 pieces of evidence.)

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Discussion Questions


What do you know about sharks discussion questions1

Respond to the following sentences in complete sentences. As you answer, restate the question, cite evidence with line numbers, and indicate the article title and author.

6. Why do sharks swim with their mouths open?

7. Why are sharks important for balancing the ocean's food chain?

8. Why do sharks sometimes attack humans?

9. Why must sharks keep moving?

10. Based on the article as a whole, why have sharks received a negative image, and what pains does this author take to undo that image? (Provide at least two pieces of evidence.)

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Discussion Questions


What are the correct answers for the chart

What are the correct answers for the chart? you answer, restate the question, cite evidence with line numbers, and indicate the article title and author.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Anticipation Guide Revisited


Were your original predictions correct

Were your original predictions correct? you answer, restate the question, cite evidence with line numbers, and indicate the article title and author.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Anticipation Guide Revisited


What do you know about sharks main idea found poem

Formulate a complete sentence that identifies the implied main idea of the article. Include the article title and author's name, restate the question, and provide line numbers.

Compose an 8 line found poem that supports the article's main idea.

Remember, to create a found poem, you must pull evidence from the article and arrange the lines in order.

Cite the article's line numbers and the end of each of your lines.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Main Idea Found Poem


What do you know about sharks main idea found poem1

Example: main idea of the article. Include the article title and author's name, restate the question, and provide line numbers.

Main Idea:

After analyzing the article “What Do You Know About Sharks?” by Sharon Guynup, one can infer the article's main idea is that sharks need protecting, as they are integral members of the aquatic food chain.

skeletons made of rubbery cartilage (12)

Most sharks are harmless (23)

18 tons of pressure per square inch on a victim (44-45)

Humans kill sharks (85)

killed senselessly for sport (87)

die in fishing nets (88)

produce small litters (90)

it takes time for shark populations to rebound (88-89)

the shark's greatest enemy is people (84)

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Main Idea Found Poem


What do you know about sharks appositives review

Rewrite the following sentences, placing commas around the appositive phrase.

1. Sharks ferocious predators are not well understood.

2. The dwarf shark the smallest shark lives almost 3,000 feet below the ocean’s surface.

3. Sharks cold-blooded creatures breathe through their gills.

4. Plankton tiny drifting animals are the main food source for whale sharks.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Appositives Review


What do you know about sharks appositives review1

Now, rewrite the following sentences. For each sentence, insert your own, vivid, appositive phrase.

1. Sharks are not well understood.

2. The dwarf shark lives almost 3,000 feet below the ocean’s surface.

3. Sharks breathe through their gills.

4. Plankton are the main food source for whale sharks.

“What Do You Know About Sharks?” Appositives Review


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