Bat Loves the Night lesson 22 day 5. You will need your book, workbook, journal and pencil. Tancie West 3 rd Grade John Jones Elementary. Question of the Day Objective: to listen and respond appropriately to oral communication; to record ideas and reflections.
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You will need your book, workbook, journal and pencil.
John Jones Elementary
Alligator waited in the shallow pool of water. Quietly she watched the birds. They hopped on the ground, looking for bugs and seeds. Then slowly she moved closer. Suddenly, she dashed out of the water on her short legs. They flapped away as fast as they could. Alligator ran after them. She was not fast enough, though. She was too late. At last she gave up and slid back into the water.
Why might you want to read an informational narrative again?
for information, for enjoyment
Listen as I read.
Now let’s choral read the passage.
Remember to ..
Slow your rate for more informative sentences and speed it up for the more exciting moments of the text.
Pause at punctuation marks.