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Open Court Vocabulary for. “ I See Animals Hiding”. Word Knowledge. Build Background. Genre: Expository Text “I See Animals Hiding” is informative and tells how animals survive by matching themselves to the colors of the places around them. Expository Text. Expository Text.

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open court vocabulary for

Open Court Vocabulary for

“I See Animals Hiding”

build background
Build Background

Genre: Expository Text

“I See Animals Hiding” is informative and tells how animals survive by matching themselves to the colors of the places around them.

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Expository Text
  • Expository text gives information. It tells people something.

Social Studies Book

Time Magazine

Sports Illustrate for Kids

Writing Book

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Expository Text
  • It uses facts about real events or people.
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Expository Text
  • It presents information in a clear way.
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Expository Text
  • It gives events in the order in which they happen.
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Expository Text
  • It may be organized by topics.

Camouflage

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Expository Text

It may use diagrams, photographs, and other illustrations.

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Expository Text
  • Expository text gives information. It tells people something.
  • It uses facts about real events or people.
  • It presents information in a clear way.
  • It gives events in the order in which they happen.
  • It may be organized by topics.
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You will learn how to use parts of books, like titles, chapter headings, and tables of contents to locate expository texts

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Build Background

How do animals protect themselves in the wild?

How might a tiger’s stripes or a polar bear’s white fur help protect themselves?

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Build Background

This story tells about real animals and includes pictures to add information.

invisible
invisible
  • not able to be seen
slithering
slithering
  • sliding, gliding, or creeping
comprehension strategies good readers
Comprehension StrategiesGood Readers…
  • Monitor and Clarify
  • STOP and reread to determine the meaning of words and more difficult ideas or passages.
  • “Wait a minute! I didn’t understand that. Let me stop and reread for clarity.”
  • “I am confused by that. I need to clarify.

Summarize

Keep track of what you have read and focus on important details

  • “At the beginning of the story…”
  • “Then…”

Asking Questions

Good readers ask questions that may prepare them for what they will learn

  • “I wonder why that happened…”
  • “Why did…”
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I See Animals Hiding

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Wonderings

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Clues

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