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Turtle Bay. Standards. ELA 3R1 The student demonstrates the ability to read orally with speed, accuracy and expression Elements The student… Applies letter-sound knowledge to decode unknown words quickly and accurately. Reads familiar text with expression

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standards
Standards

ELA 3R1The student demonstrates the ability to read orally with speed, accuracy and expression

Elements

The student…

  • Applies letter-sound knowledge to decode unknown words quickly and accurately.
  • Reads familiar text with expression
  • Reads third-grade text at a target rate of 120 WPM
  • Uses self-correction when subsequent reading indicates an earlier misreading within grade-level texts
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Standards
  • ELA3R2 The student acquires grade level words to communicate effectively.

Elements

The student…

  • Reads literary and informational texts and incorporates new words into oral and written language.

f. Determines the meaning of unknown words on the basis of context.

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Standards
  • ELA3R3 The student uses a variety of strategies to gain meaning from grade-level text

Elements

The student…

  • Reads a variety of texts for information and pleasure.
  • Makes predictions from text.

h. Interprets information from illustrations, diagrams, charts and graphic organizers.

m. Recalls explicit facts and infers implicit facts.

we listen to our uncle s advice because he is very
We listen to our uncle’s advice because he is very ________.
  • A. litter
  • B. message
  • C. wise
  • D trained
there is a 50 fine for throwing out of a car window
There is a $50 fine for throwing ________ out of a car window.
  • A. litter
  • B. eager
  • C. patiently
  • D. wise
our family waited for the movie to begin
.

A. trained

B. litter

C. message

D. patiently

Our family waited _______ for the movie to begin.
the students were for the itbs to be over
The students were _______ for the ITBS to be over.
  • A. litter
  • B. eager
  • C. wise
  • D. trained
the setting of this story is
The setting of this story is
  • In the past
  • In the present
  • In the future
  • In fantasyland
what is the genre of this story
.

A. informational fiction

B. historical fiction

C. realistic fiction

D. science fiction

What is the genre of this story?
why does taro like jiro san
Why does Taro like Jiro-San?
  • Jiro-San teaches Taro things
  • He is funny
  • Taro enjoys sweeping the beach
  • Taro likes riding in Jiro-San’s boat
what does calf mean in this story
What does “calf” mean in THIS story?
  • A baby turtle
  • A baby dolphin
  • A baby swordfish
  • A baby whale
why are the turtles jiro san s old friends
Why are the turtles Jiro-San’s old friends?
  • The turtles are old and wrinkled
  • They are his pets
  • The turtles are fun to play with
  • Jiro- San has been watching the turtles for many years.
how do you know jiro san is patient
How do you know Jiro-San is patient?
  • He rows out to see the turtles
  • He sweeps the beach
  • He waits for 4 nights on

the beach.

  • The fish are his friends
where does the female turtle lay her eggs
Where does the female turtle lay her eggs?
  • Under rocks
  • On top of the sand
  • In a nest
  • In a hole she digs for them
why does jiro san sweep the beach
Why does Jiro-San sweep the beach?
  • To collect shells and rocks
  • To make sand dunes
  • To make it clean and safe
  • To make turtle holes
what happens first when the old friends arrive
What happens FIRST when the “old friends” arrive?
  • One comes to check for danger
  • They dig holes
  • They lay their eggs
  • They wait for the people to leave
what is this author s purpose for writing this story
What is this author’s purpose for writing this story?
  • To inform about turtle life.
  • To entertain you.
  • To persuade you to go to the beach and look for turtles.
  • To give directions about cleaning a beach
why does one turtle come to the beach before all of the others
Why does one turtle come to the beach before all of the others?
  • The beach is too noisy
  • The beach is polluted
  • She is a faster swimmer
  • She wants to check the safety of the beach.
the author compared the swimming turtle to a
The author compared the swimming turtle to a __________.
  • A huge floating rock
  • An enormous cork bobbing in the water
  • An island in the sea
  • A small fishing boat
how are the turtles and jiro san alike
How are the turtles and Jiro-San alike?
  • They are hard headed
  • They are old and wise
  • They like children
  • They are good swimmers