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1 1 st Grade ELA Learning Objective: We will use the table of contents to locate information in text. READY TO TEACH SM EDI ® Lessons ©2013 All rights reserved. EDI Lesson Overview Focus Standard:1.RI.5 Know and use various text features (e.g., headings, tables of contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text. Support Standard: Prerequisite(s): Manipulative(s):Demonstrate with books around the classroom. Special Instructions: Consider using actual books from around the classroom. This will give you more of a variety of what the students will see. Vocabulary Academic:locate, lists, identify Content:table of contents Support: Common Core “Shifts” in ELA / Literacy Shift 1 K-5, Balancing Informational & Literary Texts Shift , Building Knowledge in the Disciplines Shift 3 Staircase of Complexity Shift 4 Text-based Answers Shift 5 Writing from Sources Shift 6 Academic Vocabulary

2 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Know and use various text features (e.g., headings, tables of contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. READY TO TEACH SM EDI ® Lessons ©2013 All rights reserved. Learning Objective We will use the table of contents to locate 1 information in text. What are we going to do? What does locate mean? Locate means _________. CFU Students, there are a few ways to locate information in a book. You can flip through the pages, or you can use the table of contents. Now, we will learn a fast way to locate information in a book by using the table of contents. Make Connection 1 find (synonym) Vocabulary Activate Prior Knowledge A How would I locate a chapter about addition in my math book? B How would you locate a chapter about subtraction in your math book? (Pair-Share)

3 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. If I knew the title of the chapter I was looking for, how would I locate the page number? Which would come first in a table of contents? How do you know? A Chapter One B Chapter Two In your own words, what is a table of contents? A table of contents is _______. CFU Table of Contents Concept Development A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents is located at the beginning of a book. A table of contents is used to help locate information. A table of contents lists 2 the pages where each part of the book begins. Contents Introduction: Solid, Liquid, or Gas Chapter One: What is a Solid? Solids and Temperature Experiments with Solids Chapter Two: What is a Liquid? Liquids and Temperature Experiments with Liquids Chapter Three: What is a Gas? puts in order Vocabulary

4 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Read the question. Identify 3 the information you need to locate. (underline) Use the table of contents to locate the information you need. Identify the correct answer. (circle) Use a table of contents to locate information. 1 a 2 3 How did I/you identify the information needed? How did I/you use the table of contents to locate the information? CFU 2 1a Skill Development/Guided Practice A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Table of Contents Introduction: Animal and Plant Survival Structures.. Part 1: Odor or Poison Protection..... The Skunk The Dart Frog Part 2: Blending-In Protection The Zebra The Jaguar Mimic Octopus Part 3: Special Protection The Coconut Venus Flytrap Porcupine Resources Index If you are reading page 8, what are you reading? A Index B The Dart Frog C Venus Flytrap D The Jaguar 2. If you are reading page 16, what are you reading? A The Zebra. B Cactus C Part 2: Blending-In Protection D Porcupine 3. On what page does Odor or Poison Protection begin? A page 4 B page 2 C page 7 D page 3 4. On what page does Blending-In Protection begin? A page 5 B page 10 C page 3 D page 7 3 find (synonym) Vocabulary

5 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued) Read the question. Identify the information you need to locate. (underline) Use the table of contents to locate the information you need. Identify the correct answer. (circle) Use a table of contents to locate information. 1 a 2 3 How did I/you identify the information needed? How did I/you use the table of contents to locate the information? CFU 2 1a A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Table of Contents Introduction: Animal and Plant Survival Structures.. Part 1: Odor or Poison Protection..... The Skunk The Dart Frog Part 2: Blending-In Protection The Zebra The Jaguar Mimic Octopus Part 3: Special Protection The Coconut Venus Flytrap Porcupine Resources Index What is on page 10? A The Dart Frog B The Zebra C The Jaguar D Mimic Octopus 6.What is on page 13? A Special Protection B Resources C The Coconut D Venus Flytrap 7. What pages cover The Coconut? A pages 8-11 B pages C pages D pages What pages cover The Venus Flytrap? A pages 3-4 B pages C pages D page 13-14

6 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Using a table of contents to locate information helps you to quickly find information in a book. 1 Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to use a table of contents to locate information? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to use a table of contents to locate information? You may give me one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU Relevance A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Dolphins Habitat Food Intelligence………….. Future

7 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Read the question. Identify the information you need to locate. (underline) Use the table of contents to locate the information you need. Identify the correct answer. (circle) Use a table of contents to locate information. 1 a 2 3 What did you learn today about using a table of contents to locate information? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Skill Closure Access Common Core Summary Closure A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Monique said that she could find information about Death Valley on page 9. Is she correct? Explain. Table of Contents Introduction: California Land Features Chapter 1: Lakes Huntington Lake Millerton Lake Fishing Chapter 2: Deserts Death Valley Joshua Tree East Mojave If you are reading Fishing, which page are you on? A page 3 B page 11 C page 5 D page 6 2. What is on page 10? A Death Valley B Huntington Lake C East Mojave D Joshua Tree Word Bank locate table of contents

8 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Independent Practice Read the question. Identify the information you need to locate. (underline) Use the table of contents to locate the information you need. Identify the correct answer. (circle) Use a table of contents to locate information. 1 a 2 3 A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Table of Contents Introduction: Animal Homes Chapter 1: Oceans Who Lives in the Ocean? Deep Ocean Animals Different Environments Chapter 2: Deserts How Hot Snakes and Lizards Cactus How Much Rain? If you are reading page 4, what are you reading? A Animal Homes B Deep Ocean Animals C Different Environments D Snakes and Lizards 2. If you are reading page 11, what are you reading? A How Hot B Animal Homes C Deserts D How Much Rain? 3. If you are reading page 9, what would you be reading? A Deep Ocean Animals B How Hot C Snakes and Lizards D Cactus

9 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Independent Practice (continued) Read the question. Identify the information you need to locate. (underline) Use the table of contents to locate the information you need. Identify the correct answer. (circle) Use a table of contents to locate information. 1 a 2 3 A table of contents is a list that names the parts of a book with their matching page numbers. A table of contents lists the pages where each part of the book begins. Table of Contents Introduction: Animal Homes Chapter 1: Oceans Who Lives in the Ocean? Deep Ocean Animals Different Environments Chapter 2: Deserts How Hot Snakes and Lizards Cactus How Much Rain? If you are reading page 6, what would you be reading about? A Different Environments B Chapter 2: Deserts C Who Lives in the Ocean? D How Hot 5. What is the title of Chapter 2? A Cactus B How Hot C Oceans D Deserts 6. What is the title of Chapter 1? A How Much Rain? B Who Lives in the Ocean? C Oceans D Snakes and Lizards

10 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Periodic Review 1 Access Common Core Table of Contents America’s Good Citizens Chapter 1: Famous Women Helen Keller Susan B. Anthony Chapter 2: Famous Men Jackie Robinson Martin Luther King Jr Chapter 3: Famous Presidents28 George Washington Abraham Lincoln What starts on page 30? A George Washington B Helen Keller C Famous Presidents D Famous Women 2. What is the title of Chapter 2? A Jackie Robinson B Susan B. Anthony C Abraham Lincoln D Famous Men 3. On what page does Abraham Lincoln begin? A page 25 B page 28 C page 32 D page 22 1.Choose Yes or No to show whether each statement is true about the table of contents above. a. The title of Chapter 1 is America’s Good Citizens. b. Jackie Robinson begins on page 22. c.If you are reading page 18, you are reading about Susan B. Anthony. d. The table of contents tells you where to locate information on George Washington. O Yes O No

11 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Periodic Review 2 Access Common Core 1. If you are reading page 30, what are you reading? A Butterfly B Caterpillar C Fruit D Sprout 2. On what page does Caterpillar begin? A page 48 B page 57 C page 40 D page 62 Loraine and Benjamin are working on a project. They cannot agree on which pages to find information on Flowers. Loraine says it is located from page 20 to 24. Benjamin says it will only be on page 20. Who do you agree with? Explain your answer. Table of Contents Life Cycles Chapter 1: The Plant Seed Sprout Mature Plant Flowers Fruit Chapter 2: The Butterfly Egg Caterpillar Pupa/Chrysalis Butterfly

12 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Periodic Review 3 Access Common Core Table of Contents Introduction: Frog Life Cycle Spawn Egg Tadpole Tadpole with Legs Froglet Frog If you are reading page 4, what are you reading? A Spawn B Tadpole C Frog D Froglet 2. If you are reading page 7, what are you reading? A Spawn B Egg C Froglet D Frog Iris is looking for information on Tadpoles and Froglets. On what pages should she look? Explain your answer.

13 CCSS 1 st Reading Informational Text 5.1 Use table of contents to locate information. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. EDI – Cognitive, Teaching, and English Learner Strategies Learning Objective: We will use the table of contents to locate information in text. Elaboration Targeted Vocabulary Academic locate, lists, identify Content table of contents Support Demonstration Vocabulary Strategy Multiple-Meaning Synonym locate, identify Definition lists, table of contents Homophone Internal Context Clue Listen, Speak Similar Sounds WriteWriting Read Tracked Reading Comprehensible Input Cognates Contextual Clues Graphic Organizer Contextualized Definitions Pictures Language Strategies Cognitive StrategiesTeaching Strategies Content Access Strategies

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