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Lesson 24 Non-Fiction Study: Part Two Expectations: 1. Listen carefully 2. Work hard 3. Be responsible. Review. A complete sentence starts with a capital letter, has a subject and a predicate, makes sense, and has an end mark. Example: Mark ran to the store.

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Lesson 24

Non-Fiction Study:

Part Two

Expectations:

1. Listen carefully

2. Work hard

3. Be responsible


Review

A complete sentence starts with a capital letter, has a subject and a predicate, makes sense, and has an end mark.

Example: Mark ran to the store.

When we read non-fiction we use; scanning/skimming, the index, pictures/diagrams, not reading text in order, re-reading, and just looking for the information we want.


Spelling: r controlled 'e'

The 'bossy r' changes the sound of the short 'e'. Listen carefully to how the sound changes.

Example: hen her

gem germ


Spelling: r controlled 'e'

Sing Old Mark Farmer

(document camera)

Bossy R


Non-Fiction Study

Using non-fiction

To gather

information

I love the

Special features

Of non-fiction!

I know how

To find info!


Non-Fiction Study

Non-fiction: Writing about facts and true events/things.

Non-Fiction Features:

Labels, captions, cutaways, photos, maps, diagrams, comparisons, types of print, close-ups, table of contents, index, and glossary.


Non-Fiction Study

Do we read non-fiction the same way we read fiction?

  • Scanning/skimming

  • Using the index

  • Using pictures/diagrams to find information

  • Not reading text in order

  • Re-reading

  • Looking for the information we want


Non-Fiction Study

Lets read a non-fiction article on an important woman in American history, Sacagawea.


Non-Fiction Study: Maps

A map is a flat drawing of a place or part of the world.

Maps help us find our way from one place to another. 

A map shows where things or places are located.

Maps can be used to show how far one place is from another. 


Non-Fiction Study: Maps

Compass rose: Shows the directions

Legand: (Key) tells you what the symbols on the map mean.

Time to practice

Map reading!

Reading a Map (document camera)


Good Listener

Eyes are watching.

Ears are listening.

Lips are closed.

Hands are still.

Feet are quiet.


Read Aloud:

Book: The Magician's Elephant

By: Kate DiCamillo

Chapter Six:

Peter remembers holding his sister in a dream. Peter's sister, Adele, also has a dream. Adele dreams that an elephant comes to get her from the orphanage, but Sister Marie couldn't understand her and the elephant walks away.

Words to know: siege and reciprocal


Read Aloud:

Remember the strategies good readers use while I read aloud to you!

Book:

The Magician's Elephant

By: Kate DiCamillo

Chapter Seven


Assignment:

1. Read the non-fiction article about Amelia Earhart and answer the three questions.

2. Review maps and how to read them: http://www.studyzone.org/testprep/ela4/g/mapl.cfm


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