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“Coyote Places the Stars”. retold and illustrated by Harriet Peck Taylor. Day One – Build Background. When you look at the night sky what do you see? Which constellations can you name?. The Night Sky. Develop Concepts. Why do you think people made up stories about constellations?

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coyote places the stars

“Coyote Places the Stars”

retold and illustrated by

Harriet Peck Taylor

day one build background
Day One – Build Background
  • When you look at the night sky what do you see?
  • Which constellations can you name?

The Night Sky

develop concepts
Develop Concepts
  • Why do you think people made up stories about constellations?
  • What is one explanation people might have given for the constellations in the night sky?
  • How many constellations do you think there are?
summarize
Summarize
  • Objective: To understand what summarizing is and how summarizing can help us become better readers.
  • What is summarizing?
    • Summarizing is telling the main (or important) events of what was read in the correct order in your own words. Do not add personal voice.
  • Why summarize?
    • To understand that summarizing while reading can help a reader recall and keep track of story events.
comprehension questions
Comprehension Questions
  • What are the problems the child encounters trying to count the stars in the sky? Summarize
  • Independent Work – Apply to Read Aloud

Five Sentences using transition words to summarize “How Many Stars in the Sky?”.

(In the beginning, Next, Then, After that, Finally)

compare and contrast
Compare and Contrast
  • Objective: To understand what comparing and contrasting are and how to tie information together.
  • Access Prior Knowledge

- Compare Beany and Jose.

Comparing tells how two or more things are alike

Beany and Jose both have to solve a problem.

- Contrast Beany and Jose.

Contrasting tells how two or more things are different

Beany likes cartwheels, but Jose likes baseball.

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Comprehension Questions
  • Why is the country a better place than the city to see stars?
    • Support your answer with quote from the text.
vocabulary
Vocabulary

1. swiftly – In a very fast way.

2. skillful – Having the ability to do something very well.

3. canyon – A deep valley with high cliffs on both sides.

4. gazing – To look at something in a way that shows great interest or wonder.

5. pride – A feeling of being proud or having respect for; a feeling of worth.

6. feast – A special meal with a large amount of food.

7. arranged – To place things in a certain order.

genre
Genre
  • Native American Tale –

A tale is a story that has been passed down through time.

  • Look for
    • A clever main character.
    • An explanation of how something came to be.
author s purpose
Author’s Purpose
  • Entertain
  • Inform
  • Give Directions
  • Persuade
think and respond
Think and Respond
  • How does Coyote place the stars?
  • Why does he do it?
  • Why do the animals give a great feast for coyote?
  • How does this story explain why Coyote howls?
  • What pictures would you have made if you had arranged the stars?
  • How did using a reading strategy help you read this selection?
spelling
Spelling

hear one won way

heard flower our flour

weigh here beat herd

beet hair hare right

said schools something

sometimes

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FILL IN THE BLANK OR PLUG IT IN

1. Last summer, we went to visit a _______.

arranged canyon feast

Strategy – Use context clues and illustrations to help you figure out what is going on in the story or the meaning of words.

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MATCHING

feast Having the ability to do

something very well.

pride A special meal with a large amount of food.

skillful A feeling of being proud or having

respect for; a feeling of worth.

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Clue: To look at something in a way that shows great interest or wonder.

__ __ __ __ __ __

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Clue: In a very fast way.

__ __ __ __ __ __ __

what did you learn
What Did You Learn?

WHEN I CALL YOUR NAME . . . . .

NAME ONE THING YOU LEARNED TODAY.

Have a GREAT day!

Mrs. Augspurger

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Summarize
  • Objective: To understand what summarizing is and how summarizing can help us become better readers.

PARTNER ACTIVITY IN A QUIET VOICE . . . .

  • Partner 1 Read the page
  • Partner 2 With closed book summarize what was read. (Name 4 important details or facts)
  • Reverse rolls and repeat
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Compare and ContrastObjective: To understand what comparing and contrasting are and how to tie information together.
  • Compare and contrast page 45 VENN DIAGRAM
  • Independent Practice

Make sentences from Venn Diagram information.

figurative language
Figurative Language
  • Words that say one thing but mean another

-The animals were all ears as they listened to

Coyote.

-The rain came down in buckets.

-Keep your shirt on.

-Don’t spill the beans!

-I smell a rat.

-Try walking a mile in my shoes.