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First Day Jitters. OBJECTIVES. TODAY WE WILL…. Analyze the story structure Use academic language; story structure, character, setting, and plot Identify character, setting, and plot. Vocabulary Review. Downstairs Compound word meaning “down the stairs.” Nervous Afraid or worried

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objectives
OBJECTIVES

TODAY WE WILL….

Analyze the story structure

Use academic language; story structure, character, setting, and plot

Identify character, setting, and plot

vocabulary review

Vocabulary Review

Downstairs

Compound word meaning “down the stairs.”

Nervous

Afraid or worried

Fumbled

Done in a clumsy way

Chuckled

Laugh quietly

Nonsense

Silly or untrue idea or thought

strategy analyze story structure
Strategy: Analyze Story Structure
  • Authors organize a story so there are characters, setting, and a plot with a beginning, middle, and end
    • By seeing how these parts of a story fit together, you can understand what happens and why it happens
skill character setting and plot
Skill: Character, Setting, and Plot
  • Characters
    • Stories have characters which are people in the story
    • Their actions move the story along
  • Setting
    • When and where the story takes place
  • Plot
    • The events in a story.
    • Has a beginning, middle, and end
preview predict
PREVIEW & PREDICT

When I say “Go”, take 1 minute to preview the illustrations.

Ask yourself:

  • What do you think the title of the story means?
  • Do you think this story will be funny?

On your index card, write your predictions. After we listen to the selection, we will see if your questions were answered.

focus question
Focus Question
  • Read to find out…
    • Why does Sarah try to avoid going to school?

NOW…you will read along as we listen to….

let s check our predictions
Let’s Check our Predictions!
  • Share with your criss-cross/shoulder partner your questions. Were they answered?
  • Did you find clues that gave you information about why Sarah did not want to go to school?

TOMORROW WE WILL…

    • Use our “Story Map” to answer the Comprehension Check on page 33.
something to think about
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT….

How did the story map help you enjoy the story?

Did you think this story was funny? Why or why not?