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1 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. READY TO TEACH SM EDI ® Lessons ©2013 All rights reserved. We will prepare 1 for a discussion. What are we going to learn? What does prepare mean? Prepare means ___________. CFU Students, you already know you can have discussions on many topics. But some people discuss better than others because they have thought or read about the topic. This is called being prepared. Now, we will prepare for a discussion. Make Connection 1 get ready Vocabulary Name Learning Objective Activate Prior Knowledge Mary and Ryan had a discussion. It was about a book they read on thunderstorms: Mary: “Thunderstorms are scary.” Ryan: “Yes, the thunder and lightning are strong.” Mary: “I wonder what causes thunderstorms.” Ryan: “I read that it’s due to the mixing of hot air and cold air.” On your whiteboard, write which student knows more about thunderstorms.

2 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion 2 means to read the text and make notes 3 about it before the discussion. Identify important ideas in the text. Write questions about what else you want to know about the topic or text. If the class is having a discussion on zoos, which student will be best prepared? A Kendra reads a book about cats and dogs and makes some notes. B Alicia reads a book about animals at zoos and makes some notes. Which question could you ask during a discussion on penguins? How do you know? A What kind of sharks live in the ocean? B Where do penguins live? In your own words, what does preparing for a discussion mean? Preparing for a discussion means _________. CFU Concept Development 2 to talk with others about a topic 3 brief writing to help you remember something Vocabulary Prepare for a Discussion 1. The Wright brothers wanted to build an airplane. 2. They tried many ways. 3. Finally, they built the first airplane that could fly. Notes for Important IdeasQuestions for what else you want to know Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How

3 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion means to read the text and make notes about it before the discussion. Skill Development/Guided Practice 4 find Vocabulary Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How 1. Watching TV can be good or bad. 2. TV helps you learn. 3. Some shows can also make you laugh. 4. TV can make you sad and keep you from doing homework. 1. Note on sentence #2: __________________________________________ A. What is TV? B. How does TV help you learn? 2. Note on sentence #3: _____________________________________________ A. What are shows? B. How does TV make you laugh? Discussion Topic: Watching TV How did I/you identify important ideas in the text? How did I/you make a note on an important idea in the text? How did I/you choose the question that is best for discussion on the topic? CFU 1a 2a 2b Write a question about an idea in sentence #4 that you identified. T: ________________________________________________________________ S:________________________________________________________________ Prepare for a discussion. 1 Read the text. Identify 4 important ideas in the text. (underline) Prepare for a discussion. Make a note on one important idea in the text. (write) Choose the question that is best for discussion on this topic. (circle) Hint: Questions should be about the important ideas. a 2 a b

4 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion means to read the text and make notes about it before the discussion. Write a question about an idea in sentence #3. T: ________________________________________________________________ S:________________________________________________________________ Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How 1. Aslan was a strong, kind lion. 2. He could talk to the children, Lucy, Susan, and Peter. 3. He helped them save the land from the wicked Snow Queen. 1. Note on sentence #1: __________________________________________ A. What is a lion? B. Why is Aslan kind? 2. Note on sentence #2 ___________________________________________ A. How could Aslan talk? B. What are children? Discussion Topic: A story about Aslan How did I/you identify important ideas in the text? How did I/you make a note on an important idea in the text? How did I/you choose the question that is best for discussion on the topic? CFU 1a 2a 2b Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) Prepare for a discussion. Read the text. Identify important ideas in the text. (underline) Prepare for a discussion. Make a note on one important idea in the text. (write) Choose the question that is best for discussion on this topic. (circle) Hint: Questions should be about the important ideas. 1 a 2 a b

5 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion means to read the text and make notes about it before the discussion. Preparing for a discussion will help you share ideas with others. Preparing for a discussion will help you do well on tests. 1 Sample Test Question: 1. The class read a book about a spider named Charlotte who helped a pig named Wilbur with her web. What would be a good discussion question? A What do pigs eat? B Why are spiders poisonous? C Where do pigs live? D How do spiders make webs? Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to prepare for a discussion? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to prepare for a discussion? You may give me one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason means more to you? Why? CFU Relevance 2 After reading a story about wolves, Deandra wrote down two questions she wanted to discuss with others. How are wolves different from dogs? Where do wolves live?

6 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion means to read the text and make notes about it before the discussion. The class read about the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Junior’s question was Is the Pacific Ocean cold or hot? Why was his question not useful for the discussion? Explain. ________________________________________________________ Summary Closure Skill Closure What did you learn today about preparing for a discussion? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Day 1 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Day 2 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How 1. Malik and his dad went out. 2. They went to see a man who did magic tricks. 3. The man pulled a rabbit out of a hat. 4. He made a coin disappear. 1. Note on sentence #2: __________________________________________ A. Who is Malik? B. What are magic tricks? 2. Note on sentence #3: _____________________________________________ A. What kind of hat was it? B. How did he pull a rabbit out of the hat? Discussion Topic: Magic Tricks Prepare for a discussion. Read the text. Identify important ideas in the text. (underline) Prepare for a discussion. Make a note on one important idea in the text. (write) Choose the question that is best for discussion on this topic. (circle) Hint: Questions should be about the important ideas. 1 a 2 a b Access Common Core Word Bank notes important ideas text questions

7 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. To prepare for a discussion means to read the text and make notes about it before the discussion. 1. When it is big enough, a caterpillar goes into a cocoon. 2. Inside, it grows wings and a new body. 3. When it comes out, it pumps blood into its wings, and flies. 4. It has become a butterfly. 1. Note on sentence #1: __________________________________________ A. What is a caterpillar? B. Where does the cocoon come from? 2. Note on sentence #3: _____________________________________________ A. Why does it have to pump blood into its wings? B. What color are its wings? Discussion Topic: Caterpillars Name Independent Practice Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How Prepare for a discussion. Read the text. Identify important ideas in the text. (underline) Prepare for a discussion. Make a note on one important idea in the text. (write) Choose the question that is best for discussion on this topic. (circle) Hint: Questions should be about the important ideas. 1 a 2 a b

8 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How 1. Ida wants to be prepared for a discussion on soccer. Which one of the following texts would be best for her to read and make notes about? Why? A All about school uniforms. B How to have healthy feet. C How to not get hurt when exercising. D The rules of soccer. 2. After Ida read the text, she wanted to have some questions to ask for the discussion. Which of the following questions would not be good for her to use? Why? A What are the names of the positions for each player? B Why do you have to wear shin guards? C Is it better to kick with the side or toe of your foot? D What is the best color for school uniforms? ________________________________________________________ Periodic Review 1 1. Dogs are good pets to have. 2. There are many kinds of dogs. 3. They are fun to play with. 4. Dogs love to go to the park. 1. Note on sentence #2: __________________________________________ A What kind of toys do dogs like? B What kind of dogs are there? Discussion Topic: Dogs Prepare for a discussion. Access Common Core

9 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name 1. Emilio and Ana prepared for a discussion on batteries for a science lesson. Which person identified the most useful and important ideas? Explain why. Emilio: Ana: Explain: ________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 2. Emilio and Ana prepared for a discussion on batteries for a science lesson. Which person wrote the most useful questions? Explain why. Emilio: Ana: Explain: ________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Periodic Review 2 1. Dogs are good pets to have. 2. There are many kinds of dogs. 3. They are fun to play with. 4. Dogs love to go to the park. 1. Note on sentence #3: __________________________________________ A What fun things can be done with a dog? B Where do dogs sleep? Discussion Topic: Dogs Prepare for a discussion. Access Common Core Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How

10 CCSS 3 rd Grade Speaking and Listening 1.0a Prepare for a discussion. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Question Words Who, When, Where, What, Why, How 1.Kira is preparing for a discussion on this text. Underline the important ideas she should identify. 2. Kira wants to be sure she has enough questions to ask in the discussion. Write five questions that she could use Video games started as a different way to use a computer. The early games used arrow keys to move around. Then game systems were invented. Players used joysticks, then controllers with different buttons. Also, the graphics got better, and the stories had more characters and settings. Some games teach you how to solve problems, and others are just for fun. Periodic Review 3 1. The internet is made up of connected computers. 2. The internet is a great place to learn things. 3. It is used by millions of people everyday. 1. Note on sentence #1: __________________________________________ A When was the internet created? B How are the computers connected? Discussion Topic: The Internet Prepare for a discussion. Access Common Core


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