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  1. Administrator’s Academy January 18, 2006

  2. Class Description • ELD 1- 1 • ELD 2- 9 • ELD 3- 2 • ELD 4- 0 • ELD 5 – 1 • IFEP- 3 • RFEP- 2

  3. Framing the Context: • The primary goal of the first read is for students to make meaning from text. • The secondary goal is for students to learn how to become metacognitive when reading. • This is done through Explicit Strategy Instruction.

  4. Core Components • Building Background • Preview and Prepare • Selection Vocabulary • Reading Recommendations • Using Reading Strategies • Discussing Strategy Use • Discussing the Selection

  5. Second Grade • Unit 4 – FOSSILS • Title: The Dinosaur Who Lived In My Backyard. • Genre: Fantasy

  6. The Big Ideas For The Unit • Fossils offer a gateway to the past. • Fossils help us learn about life on earth long ago.

  7. Concept/ Question Board In the previous selection, we learned: • what fossils are • how fossils help us to understand what life was like long ago. • how fossils are formed

  8. Clues Title: The Dinosaur Who Lived In My Backyard Author: B.G. Hennessy Illustrated: Susan Davis Genre: Fantasy Fantasy: Dinosaur in today’s world Dinosaur playing hide-and- seek Reality: Hatched from an egg Feet were big Problems Dinosaur next to the car/bus Dinosaur playing with children. Vegetables One hundred pounds Clues and Problems

  9. Selection Vocabulary The purpose of the selection vocabulary is to teach students a strategy for figuring out the meaning of unknown words. • Word structure • Apposition • Context Clues • Cognates

  10. Explicit Strategy Instruction • Students make meaning from the text. • Students become metacognitive with strategy use. • This is done through a modeled read and think-aloud.

  11. Using Reading Strategies • Pre-identifies the strategies to be modeled. • The teacher names, defines, and models the strategies to be used and tells why good readers use these strategies. • Strategies are posted on the board for teacher to reference during the instructional period.

  12. Focus Questions • 1. What new facts are we learning about dinosaurs from this story? • 2. *How do we know this information?

  13. Comprehension Strategies Asking Questions • Figuring out what part of the story you don’t understand. Visualizing • Imagining what is happening in the story.

  14. Focus Questions • 1. What new facts are we learning about dinosaurs from this story? • 2. *How do we know this information?

  15. Discussing Strategy Use • Is an opportunity for students to discuss how the strategies helped to make meaning from the text.

  16. Clues Title: The Dinosaur Who Lived In My Backyard Author: B.G. Hennessy Illustrated: Susan Davis Genre: Fantasy Fantasy: Dinosaur in today’s world Dinosaur playing hide-and- seek Reality: Hatched from an egg Feet were big Problems Dinosaur next to the car/bus Dinosaur playing with children. Vegetables (word) One hundred pounds (phrase) Clues and Problems

  17. Discussing the Selection • Check for understanding through whole group discussion • Make new learning public

  18. Focus Questions • 1. What new facts did we learn about dinosaurs from this story? • 2. *How do we know this information? • Answer on Concept/Question Board