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What's a . I am a llama. llama. ?. Ecuador. Peru. Bolivia. Chile. The Andes Mountains. I live in the Andes Mountains in northern South America where the weather never gets too hot. We are used as pack animals in the mountains. A close relative is the alpaca. I am an alpaca .

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What's

a

I am a llama.

llama

?

slide2

Ecuador

Peru

Bolivia

Chile

The Andes Mountains

I live in the Andes Mountains in northern South America where the weather never gets too hot.

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Some people who own llamas and alpacas

shear

their fleece.

They use a spinning machine to make yarn. Then they knit the yarn to make clothes.

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S p i n n i n g

Y a r n

rugs

hats

Sweaters

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Would you rather have an alpaca?

To choose an alpaca

Click on the picture

Or would you rather have a llama?

To choose the llama

Click on the picture

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Thanks for choosing a llama!

Some books about llamas are:

Click on me when you are finished

The Llama's Secret: A Peruvian Legend (Legends of the World)by Argentina Palacios, Charles Reasoner (Illustrator)

How Llama Saved the Day: A Story from Peru (First-Start Legends)at Your Brother, by Janet Palazzo-Craig, Charles Reasoner (Illustrator)

Stop Spitting Life Lessons ofa Rocky Mountain Llama by Diane White-Crane (Illustrator);

Harley by Star Livingstone, Molly Bang (Illustrator);

Llama in Pajamas by Gisela Voss

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Thanks for choosing an alpaca!

Some books about alpacas are:

Click on me when you are finished

Hats On For Polka Dot by Kathleen Sampson

Not many books about alpacas. Maybe you could write some?

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COMPARISON CHART

For BRAINSTORMING SESSION

DIFFERENT

DIFFERENT

SAME

DIFFERENT

DIFFERENT

BEAR

BAT

DIFFERENT

DIFFERENT

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Times Assessed and Rated

Comments

Assessment Criteria

Makes predictions about a story after looking at illustrations and hearing the title

Draws pictures of animals that do belong in a category.

Answers questions about what animals should be excluded from a category.

Answers yes and no questions using physical signaling.

Uses creative and critical thinking by contributing ideas during cooperative grouping.

CHECK – OFF LIST

TO USE FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS (p1. of 2)

Student Name: _________________________________________________ Assessment date

Directions:

ØUse a check marks (√ ) to indicate an acceptable performance

ØUse a zeros (0) to indicate a performance that did not meet criteria

ØNo marks indicate no contribution

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STUDENT BOOK-MAKING SAMPLE

(As a group, students have decided to use two animals.)

Bears do sleep at night.

Bats do not.

(teacher makes last pages for book)

But both bears and bats

like to sleep in a cave.

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UNIT ASSESSMENT CHART (p. 1 of 2)

Student Name__________________________________________ Assessment date_________________________________

This is what I predicted

This is what you had to do:

YOU NEED PRACTICE

SUGGESTED PRACTICE

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Follow directions for book making:

Drawing pictures

YOU ARE

GREAT!

☺

Follow direction for book making:

Telling the teacher what to write

☺

Organize the information:

Draws or gives the idea for an animal for the group description

Directions: Do this together in small groups or individually

üRead the criteria to the student that you will be assessing and give examples

üLet student predict what he expects to earn.

üLet the student color a face in the PREDICTED column one for each row

üAssess by highlighting a face in column YOU ARE GREAT or YOU NEED PRACTICE

üWhen choosing YOU NEED PRACTICE make a suggestion of a method so he can improve.

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UNIT ASSESSMENT CHART (p. 2 of 2)

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Cooperates in group contributing ideas

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Cooperates in group shares ideas about categorizing animals

☺

Cooperates in group:

Takes turns drawing and coloring