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1 Jane Goodalls 10 Ways to Help Save Wildlife Unit 2 Story 4 Jane Goodall

2 conservation contribute environment investigation enthusiastic Jane Goodall Teacher Slide 1:

3 conservation contribute environment investigation enthusiastic Jane Goodall

4 Teacher Slide 2 First look for meaningful parts. If I see a part I know, such as –ed or –ing, then I look for a Base word. I see a suffix I know: -ous (Having the quality of.) I see a word I know now: marvel I put the parts together: marvel ous I know that this word means having the quality of marvel or wonder and amazement. Lets read this word together… marvelous Lets try a few more. Jane Goodall

5 marvelous

6 realize distance mysterious informational production Jane Goodall

7 realize distance mysterious informational production environment realize distance mysterious informational production environment realize distance mysterious informational production environment realize distance mysterious informational production environment realize distance mysterious informational production environment realize distance mysterious informational production environment Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read from

8 Jane Goodall Teacher Slide 3: Now lets read these words in sentences. Use the same strategy we practiced if you come across a word you dont know. Fluency Notes: Touch on phrasing and punctuation if needed.

9 Jane Goodall 1.The girl realized the importance of doing her homework. 2.In the distance we could see a car pulling to the side of the road. 3.There was a mysterious man walking around the grocery store. 4.We watched an informational video about chemical changes. 5.The car company is increasing production of their new style. 6.Jane Goodall thinks it is important to protect our environment. 1. The girl realized the importance of doing her homework. 2. In the distance we could see a car pulling to the side of the road. 3. There was a mysterious man walking around the grocery store. 4.We watched an informational video about chemical changes. 5.The car company is increasing production of their new style. 6.Jane Goodall thinks it is important to protect our environment. Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read from.

10 Jane Goodall Teacher Slide 4- Jane Goodall-Tuesday Comprehension Lesson, pages (Green) Before Reading Yesterday we read about endangered animals. Today we will read about a conservationist and how she suggests we can protect animals in the wild. Take a picture walk. Discuss childrens observations. *page What do the chimpanzees on page 217 remind you of? *page 218- What do you see in this photograph? During Reading… Fact and Opinion Activity.

11 Jane Goodall FactsOpinions

12 Jane Goodall Tapeworms are simply too revolting to love. Chimpanzees are our closest living relative. Its true that bees sting and sharks bite, so its smart to be cautious. They thought I should give chimpanzees like Flo and David Greybeard identifying numbers instead of names. Names are important.Humans arent the only thinking and feeling beings. Ill laminate and cut these apart for the children to sort as a part of small group.

13 Jane Goodall Teacher Slide 5- Jane Goodall-Wednesday Comprehension Lesson, pages (Green) Compare and Contrast- go back to page 217 and review how Jane compared her dog Rusty to humans. Discuss how some comparisons are explicitly stated and some comparisons we have to infer. Fact and Opinion Sort Authors Purpose

14 Jane Goodall Caitlin Alegre writes inspirational songs for her band, the Envirochicks. Together we can change the world. Saving gas and eating less beef can help reduce the need to clear rain forest land for oil production and grazing cattle. Lisa visits the shelter and spends ten minutes petting and talking to each doomed animal. As of today, groups have sprung up in more than 70 countries, and theyre accomplishing wonderful things. She pinned posters to trees and handed out informational leaflets. Ill laminate and cut these apart for the children to sort as a part of small group.

15 Jane Goodall To inform… To teach… To tell… To let us know… The author wrote Jane Goodalls 10 Ways…


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