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grade 2 unit 5 readers get information and grow ideas from nonfiction texts pinellas county plans

Grade 2 Unit 5Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction TextsPinellas County Plans

2010

Unit 5 - Grade 2 - Nonfiction

readers warm up their minds by taking a book walk
Readers warm up their minds by taking a book walk.

1. Look at the front cover and the title of the book.

2. Think about what you might already know about this topic.

3. Look at each page to get your mind ready to read about this topic.

LA.2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP ! – Rev. 2010

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Readers warm up their minds by previewing the text looking for and learning from pictures, diagrams, graphs, etc.

1. Stop and look at each picture, diagram, graph, map, etc.

2. Read the caption.

3. Think about what the caption tells you about the picture, diagram, map, graph, etc.

LA.2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 3 Rev. 2010

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Readers warm up their minds by reading the headings/subheadings and using them to predict what they may learn.

1. Read the first heading or subheading on the page.

2. Think about the heading or subheading and predict what you might learn in that section.

3. Repeat with each heading or subheading.

After reading the headings and subheadings, I predict I will learn . . .

LA 2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 3 Rev. 2010

readers find information they are looking for by using the index and the table of contents
Readers find information they are looking for by using the index and the table of contents.

1. Think about what information you are looking for.

2. Look in the Table of Contents to see where you can find that information.

3. Look in the Index to see where you can find that information.

Table of Contents

Introduction

I Wetlands 1 – 32

II Coastlines 33 – 64

III Coral Reefs 65 – 76

IV Oceans 77 – 84

Index

Index

A

Air plants, 1-26

Algae, 3, 16, 20

Atlantic Ocean, 11, 29, 83

B

Barnacles, 16, 20, 32-36

Beach 5 - 17

Dunes 14

Sea Oats 16

LA.2.2.2.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 4 Rev. 2010

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Readers decide where they will begin reading in their nonfiction book

(not necessarily

front to back)

by first determining

their purpose for reading.

1. Think about why you are reading the book.

2. Look at the Table of Contents and the Index words about what you want to know.

3. Turn to that section to find the information you are looking for.

LA.2.2.2.3 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 5 Rev. 2010

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Reading partners make the most of their reading time by setting goals and making plans for their reading.

1. Read through the Table of Contents in your books. 

2. Jot down some favorite sections, things that interest you, something unusual, etc. on a post-it note. 

3. Talk to your partner about the sections you want to read.

LA.2.2.2.4 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 6 Rev. 2010

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Readers warm up their minds by thinking about what they think they know and what they want to learn about a topic.

1. Think about what big ideas you already think you know about the topic.  

2. Jot each big idea on a post-it note.

3. Think about what other big ideas you want to learn about the topic.

LA. 2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 7 Rev. 2010

readers keep track of the information about their topics by jotting notes on post it notes
Readers keep track of the information about their topics by jotting notes on post-it notes.

1. Read a little bit. 

2. Think about what you have learned and what big idea it goes with.

3. Jot down what you have learned on the post-it note under the big idea (from the day before).

LA.2.1.7.3 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 8 Rev. 2010

reading partners warm up their minds before they begin reading by rereading their post it notes
Reading partners warm up their minds before they begin reading by rereading their post-it notes.

1. Read over your post-it notes with your partner.

2. Read over your partner’s post-it notes. 

3. Compare the information you have collected on the post-it notes and think about it as you read your next book.

LA.2.1.7.3 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 9 Rev. 2010

readers gather information by skimming and scanning nonfiction texts for key words
Readers gather information by skimming and scanning nonfiction texts for key words.

1. Skim the page by moving your eyes quickly. 

  • Look for key words about your topic and predict what you think you might learn. 
  • Scan the page by reading slowly.
  • Quiz yourself by asking questions.

I wonder….

LA.2.2.2.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 10

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Readers find new information by using the features of nonfiction (captions, diagrams, graphs, headings, index, etc.).

1. Think about what you have already learned.

2. Read a page. 

  • Stop and look at the captions, graphs, maps, etc. to find new information.
  • Think, “What new information does this tell me?”

LA. 2.2.2.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 11 Rev. 2010

readers notice when they are learning something new by reacting to the text
Readers notice when they are learning something new by reacting to the text.

1. Read a little bit. 

2. Think about what you already knew. 

3. Notice your reaction when you come to new information.

LA.2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 12 Rev. 2010

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Readers celebrate what they learned by sharing information with a friend.Then… they select another topic they are interested in.

Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction Day 13

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Readers warm up their minds by thinking about what they think they know and what they want to learn about a topic.

1. Think about what big ideas you already think you know about the topic.

2. Jot each big idea on a post-it note.

3. Think about what other big ideas you want to learn about the topic.

4. Jot each big idea on a post-it note. 

LA.2.1.7.1 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 14 – Rev. 2010

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Readers make sure they understand what they read by stopping often to THINK… What have I learned? Can I visualize it? What are my questions now?

1. Read a little bit. 

2. Stop and think about what you have read.

3. Ask yourself:

  • “What have I learned?”
  • “Can I visualize it?”
  • “What are my questions now?” 

LA. 2.2.2.3 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 15 Rev. 2010

readers collect information and think about it by asking themselves what does this make me think
Readers collect information and think about it by asking themselves: “What does this make me think?”

1. Read a little bit. 

2. Think about the information you have collected.  

3. Ask yourself, “Now what does this make me think?”

LA.2.1.7.3 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 16 Rev. 2010

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Readers make sure they understand what the author is saying by putting what they’ve read into their own words.

1. Read a little bit.

  • Stop and think about what you have just read.
  • Put what you have read into your own words using, The author is saying…, This means…

The author is saying…..

This means……

LA. 2.1.7.8 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 17 Rev. 2010

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Readers summarize what they have read by asking questions. (Were there any confusing parts I should reread?)

1. Read slowly.

 2. Stop and think, “Were there any confusing parts?” 

3. If yes, reread!

LA. 2.2.2.2 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 18 Rev. 2010

readers summarize what they have read by asking questions what were the most important details
Readers summarize what they have read by asking questions. (What were the most important details?)

1. Read slowly.

2. Stop and think, “What were the important details?” 

3. Put what you have read into your own words.

“So these details are telling me ……”

LA.2.2.2.2 Unit 5 - Grade 2 – Nonfiction TP 19 Rev. 2010