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1 We will explain1 how illustrations contribute to a story.
Name Learning Objective We will explain1 how illustrations contribute to a story. What are we going to do? What does explain mean? Explain means ___________. CFU Activate Prior Knowledge Who is the character in the picture? What is the setting in the picture? Students, you already know how to identify characters and setting. We can learn more about a story by paying attention to the pictures, or illustrations. Now, we will explain how illustrations contribute to a story. Make Connection 1 give more information about Vocabulary

2 Illustrations Contribute to a Story
Concept Development An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes2 to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story. An illustration contributes to what is conveyed3 by words in a story. Illustrations Contribute to a Story A character trait is a way to describe4 what a character is like. Examples: brave, friendly, mean, shy, grumpy, bossy, etc. Setting is where the story takes place. Examples: the forest, school, a farm, the desert, a store, etc. Mood is how the story and the illustration make you feel. Examples: scared, excited, happy, sad, bored, etc. 1. One day, Martin got lost in the forest. 2. It was a very dark night. 3. Martin heard strange noises. 4. He felt like someone or something was watching him. 5. He calmly walked home. 6. Martin is not afraid of anything. Go to Skill Dev 1 Character trait: brave Setting: a dark forest Mood: scared illustration/text Go to Skill Dev 2 CFU Which illustration below conveys a happy mood? A B Which illustration contributes to the words conveyed in the sentence below? It was a sunny spring day. Which of the following is an example of mood? Explain your answer. A smiling B angry In your own words what is mood? Mood is _________. 2 adds (synonym) 3 said (synonym) 4 give details about Vocabulary

3 1. Stan is always ready for anything that he does.
Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine5 the character trait shown in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: What the character(s) is like. Explain how the illustration contributes to the character trait. Determine the setting in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: Where the story takes place. Explain how the illustration contributes to the setting. a 2 3 1. Stan is always ready for anything that he does. 2. One day Stan got into a sticky situation6 when he was climbing. 3. Even though he was in danger, he was not afraid. 4. Stan had all of the tools he needed to help him get safely out of this problem. 47 words 1. What is Stan’s character trait? A fearful B outside C mean D prepared 2. The illustration contributes to the character trait above by showing: A He is on a mountain. B He has all his equipment. C It’s a sunny day. D None of the above. 3. What is the setting in the illustration? A the clouds B a treetop C prepared D a mountain 4. The illustration contributes to the setting above by showing: A A bright sunny day. B Stan hanging by one finger. C Stan is on a mountain. How did I/you determine the character trait shown in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the character trait? How did I/you determine the setting in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the setting? CFU 2 2a 3 3a 5 figure out 6 (sticky situation) challenge Vocabulary

4 Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 (continued)
An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine the character trait shown in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: What the character(s) is like. Explain how the illustration contributes to the character trait. Determine the setting in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: Where the story takes place. Explain how the illustration contributes to the setting. a 2 3 1. My friends and I like to go camping We all work as a team to set up the campsite. 3. First, we put up the tent. 4. We also collect water from the river, and wood to build a fire. 5. When we work together, we can do anything! 46 words 1. What is the campers’ character trait? A grumpy B shy C silly D helpful 2. The illustration contributes to the character trait above by showing: A The river and the campfire. B Sleeping in a yellow tent. C The campers setting up the campsite. D None of the above. 3. What is the setting in the illustration? A a tent B the desert C the beach D a campsite 4. The illustration contributes to the setting above by showing: A The campers are wearing blue shirts. B The campsite with a fire and a tent. C It’s a sunny day. D None of the above. Back to Concept Dev How did I/you determine the character trait shown in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the character trait? How did I/you determine the setting in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the setting? CFU 2 2a 3 3a

5 Explain how illustrations contribute to a story.
Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine the mood of the illustration. (circle) Hint: How the illustration makes you feel Explain how the illustration contributes to the mood of the story. (circle) a 2 1. What is the mood of the illustration? A angry B boring C happy D nervous 2. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A Stan is smiling and climbing a tree in the forest. B Stan is hiking along a mountain path. C Stan is staring with wide, worried eyes as he is hanging from a mountain. D Stan is using his tools to easily climb down the mountain. 1. Stan is always ready for anything that he does. 2. One day Stan got into a sticky situation when he was climbing. 3. Even though he was in danger, he was not afraid. 4. Stan had all of the tools he needed to help him get safely out of this problem. 51 words How did I/you determine the mood in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the mood? CFU 2 2a

6 Explain how illustrations contribute to a story.
Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 (continued) An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story Determine the mood of the illustration. (circle) Hint: How the illustration makes you feel. Explain how the illustration contributes to the mood of the story. (circle) a 2 1. What is the mood of the illustration? A silly B gloomy C mad D cheerful 2. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A The campers swimming in the river. B The campers smiling and helping each other set up the campsite. C The campers packing up to go home. D The campers arguing over firewood. 1. My friends and I like to go camping We all work as a team to set up the campsite. 3. First, we put up the tent. 4. We also collect water from the river, and wood to build a fire. 5. When we work together, we can do anything! 49 words How did I/you determine the mood in the illustration? How did I/you explain how the illustration contributes to the mood? CFU 2 2a

7 Relevance An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story. 1 Explaining how illustrations contribute to a story will help you better visualize, or see the story in your head, as you read. The witch in the black hat loved to fly. She jumped on her broom and flew into the night. Her yellow eyes glowed when she laughed! 2 Explaining how illustrations contribute to a story will help you do well on tests. Sample Test Question 32. Determine how the illustration below conveys a grumpy mood. A The man is taking a walk on a sunny day. B The man is dancing in the rain. C The man has a sad face, standing in the rain. D The man is dry under his umbrella. Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to explain how illustrations contribute to a story? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to explain how illustrations contribute to a story? You may give me my reason or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU

8 An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book.
An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story. Skill Closure Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine the mood of the illustration. (circle) Hint: How the illustration makes you feel. Explain how the illustration contributes to the mood of the story. (circle) a 2 1. What is the mood of the illustration? A playful B angry C happy D sad 1. Clara wishes she could go outside and play. 2. Clara’s mom told her no because she did not put all of her toys away. 3. She tries not to cry when she sees her friends riding bikes and having fun without her. 41 words 2. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A The girl is playing with her toys. B The girl is lonely and frowning because she cannot go outside and play. C The girl is talking to her friends through the window. D The girl is cleaning her room. Access Common Core Why is a playground not an example of mood? Explain. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Summary Closure What did you learn today about explaining how illustrations contribute to a story? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Day 1 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Day 2 ____________________________________________________________

9 Name Independent Practice An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine the character trait shown in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: What the character(s) is like. Explain how the illustration contributes to the character trait Determine the setting in the illustration. (circle the answer) Hint: Where the story takes place. Explain how the illustration contributes to the setting. a 2 3 1. Tanya heard something move under her bed! 2. She is wide-awake wondering what it could be. 3. The moon outside is not enough light to see anything in the dark. 4. Tanya decided to hide under the blankets and wait until morning! 40 words 1. What is Tanya’s character trait? A tired B friendly C grumpy D afraid 2. The illustration contributes to the character trait above by showing: A Tanya jumping on the bed. B Tanya sleeping peacefully. C Tanya hiding under the blankets. D None of the above. 3. What is the setting in the illustration? A the moon outside the window B inside a closet C a bedroom at night D a kitchen 4. The illustration contributes to the setting above by showing: A Tanya is lying in her bed, trying to sleep. B Tanya is getting dressed in her room. C Tanya is sleeping on the couch.

10 Explain how illustrations contribute to a story.
Independent Practice (continued) An illustration is a picture or drawing in a book. An illustration contributes to the character traits, setting, and mood of a story. Explain how illustrations contribute to a story. 1 Look at the illustration and read the story. Determine the mood of the illustration. (circle) Hint: How the illustration makes you feel Explain how the illustration contributes to the mood of the story. (circle) a 2 1. What is the mood of the illustration? A excited B joyful C relaxed D frightening 2. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A Tanya reading a book in her room. B Tanya closing her eyes and falling asleep. C Tanya peeking out of her blankets, wondering what is hiding under the bed. D Tanya listening to quiet music. 1. Tanya heard something move under her bed! 2. She is wide-awake wondering what it could be. 3. The moon outside is not enough light to see anything in the dark. 4. Tanya decided to hide under the blankets and wait until morning! 40 words

11 Name Periodic Review 1 1. It was a hot day. 2. Mario and Sophia wanted to cool off. 3. They decided to play outside with the water hose. 4. Mario and Sophia took turns spraying each other with water Sophia kept running under the water. 6. They had so much fun that they played in the water all day. 50 words 1. What is Sophia’s character trait? A mean B friendly C excited D shy 2. The illustration contributes to the character trait by showing: A Sophia is smiling and running cheerfully under the water. B Sophia has tears on her face because she got wet. C Sophia is spraying Mario with the water hose. D None of the above. 3. What is the setting in the illustration? A it’s a hot day B in a bathtub C outside in the backyard D the beach 4. The illustration contributes to the setting by showing: A Sophia and Mario are playing at the beach. B Mario is squirting water and Sophia runs under it in a fenced area. C Sophia and Mario are in the house playing in the bathtub. 5. What is the mood of the illustration? A bored B playful C relaxed D mysterious 6. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A Mario and Sophia laying on the grass. B Mario and Sophia staring off into the sun. C Mario and Sophia looking around to make sure no one is watching them. D Mario and Sophia both smiling as they p play in the water.

12 Access Common Core Name Mood Words happy silly angry scared excited mysterious nervous Describe the mood in the illustration above? How does the illustration make you feel? ______________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

13 Periodic Review 2 Name 1. Carlos asked his friends if they wanted to play tag. 2. “I will be it,” said Carlos. 3. Tam, Patricia, and Eric ran as fast as a cheetah down the street. 4. Carlos was it for a long time, until he finally caught Patricia. 5. Carlos and his friends played tag in the street all afternoon long. 53 words 1. What is the Carlos’ character trait? A scared B serious C mean D happy 2. The illustration contributes to the character trait by showing: A Carlos has an angry face as he runs away from his friends. B Carlos has a smile on his face as he chases his friends. C Carlos has his hands on his hips as he yells at his friends. D Carlos is standing and staring at his friends. 3. What is the mood of the illustration? B bored C sad D cheerful 4. The illustration contributes to the mood by showing: A All the kids are hiding from something. B The kids are crying as they run away. C The kids are smiling as they run away from Carlos. D All the kids are sleeping on the ground. 4. The setting of the story takes place outside in the afternoon. Does the picture contribute to the setting? Yes or No Explain your answer.

14 Access Common Core Name Mood Words scared excited bored sad happy angry nervous relaxed Describe the illustration above. Determine the character traits, setting, and mood. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

15 Periodic Review 3 Name 1. One day, there was a princess who lived in a tower. 2. The tower was guarded by a dragon. 3. The dragon could spray fire out of his mouth. 4. The king sent a knight to save the princess. 5. The knight was prepared to fight the dragon. 6.However, as the knight approached the tower, the dragon blew fire at him. 7. The bridge lit up in flames. 8. The dragon started to chase the knight, and the knight turned and ran away. 76 words 1. The knight is a coward1. How does the illustration contribute to the knight’s character trait? Explain your answer. 2. What is the mood of the illustration? How does the picture contribute to the mood? Explain your answer. 3. The setting of the story takes place in front of a tower. Does the picture contribute to the setting? Yes or No Explain your answer. 1 someone who is not brave Vocabulary

16 Access Common Core Name Write a short story about one of the illustrations above. Determine the character traits, setting, and mood. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ How does your story convey what is being described in the illustration? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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