UNIT 3 READING CONTENT LITERACY (WEATHER)
Participate in shared research projects about the topic of study;
Read a variety of types of content area texts, including nonfiction, fiction, and poetry;
Use knowledge of genre, text structure, and text features to support understanding;
Use comprehension strategies to define before, during, and after reading to monitor and deepen comprehension;
Employ a repertoire of strategies to define and apply challenging academic and domain-specific vocabulary while reading, discussing, and writing;
Use essential questions as advance organizers and self-questions to monitor for understanding;
Use textual evidence to support thinking about reading in both conversation and writing;
Infer an author’s purpose or viewpoint;
Determine important details in texts to summarize and notate key ideas and concepts;
Determine and analyze cause and effect relationships and similarities and differences;
Synthesize information across texts in various formats (e.g. primary and secondary visual and textual sources);
Communicate enduring content understanding orally and in writing; and
Write an informative/explanatory text about their topic of study using facts to develop important points.
GETTING READING ON RAZ-KIDS
Sign in on raz-kids.com to read some great texts.
The teacher username is ebradley11.
SORTS FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 25TH & MARCH 4TH
Log into Spelling City to practice the vocabulary and spelling activities for your word list. The groups sorts are listed below. REMEMBER TO LOGIN ONCE YOU ARE THERE.
Yellow Sort 33 Vowels au & aw
Blue Group Sort 45 Long & Short I homophones
Orange Sort 11 Unusual Past Tense
Use the following websites to research information on your topic.
If the site needs a username and password it would be:
- Go to Spelling City to practice this week's spelling words.