2OBJECTIVES TODAY WE WILL…. Analyze text structure Identify problems and solutionsUse academic language: text structure, problem, solution3/25/2017
3Free PowerPoint Template from www.brainybetty.com VOCABULARY REVIEWHistoricalSomething that happened or existed in the pastDisputeA disagreement or difference of opinionAutomaticallySomething done without a person’s controlRequirementsThings that must be doneStandards hat must be met3/25/2017Free PowerPoint Template from
4STRATEGY Analyze Text Structure Text structure is the way writers organize information in nonfictionThis will help you understand and remember what you have read.3/25/2017
5SKILL: Problem and Solution Problem and solution is one type of text structureThe writer describes a problem and then gives steps to solve that problemYou can look for signal words that show a problem or solution such as:SoAs a resultTherefore3/25/2017
6PREVIEW & PREDICTWhen I say “Go”, take 1 minute to preview the illustrations.Skim text when previewingAsk questions before readingUse section headers to make predictionsAsk yourself:How do photographs and sections headers help to make predictions?On your index card, write your predictions about the events or characters in the story. After we listen to the story, we will check your predictions.
7FOCUS QUESTION Read to find out… How did one astronaut help science twice?3/25/2017
9Let’s Check our Predictions! Share with your criss-cross/shoulder partner your predictions. Were they correct?Did you learn how one astronaut helped science twice? Discuss.TOMORROW WE WILL…Use our “Problem and Solution” chart to help answer the “Think and Compare” questions on page 353.3/25/2017
10SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT…. If you could go anywhere is space, where would you go?3/25/2017