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Mountains Day 2. Students need: Textbook, practice book, pencil. Turn to page 68 in your practice book. Fill in the graphic organizer as we read the story. As we read pages 318-319, listen for w hat causes the peaks of many tall m ountains to be covered with snow.

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Mountains day 2

MountainsDay 2

Students need:

Textbook, practice book, pencil

Mountains day 2

Mountains day 2

As we read pages 318-319, listen for

what causes the peaks of many tall

mountains to be covered with snow.

Mountains day 2

Page through the selection,

“Mountains” and look at the

photographs and maps, and

read the headings.

Think about what you think you

will learn from this selection.

Mountains day 2

What kinds of changes do mountains

go through over time?

Mountains day 2

What information does the author

give about the Himalayan Mountains?

Mountains day 2

How do you know that the author

used a cause-and-effect text structure?

Mountains day 2

What does the map show?

How are Iceland and Surtsey related

to the Mid-Atlantic ridge?

Mountains day 2

What kind of graphic organizer

would you use to show how

folded mountains are similar to

and different from fault-block


Mountains day 2

Use a Venn Diagram to show how

two things are similar and different.






Mountains day 2

Do you think that you would be likely

to find fossils in a volcanic mountain?

Mountains day 2

Why aren’t the Hawaiian Islands

considered the tallest mountains on


Mountains day 2

What new concept does the author

introduce on page 326? What text

feature tells you this?

Mountains day 2

Which words and phrases give you clues

to the meaning of the word erosion?

Mountains day 2

Compare and contrast the ways

water and sand erode mountains.

Mountains day 2

What is one way that mountains

affect weather and climate?

Mountains day 2

What is the main idea of the final

paragraph on page 329?