Presentation on theme: "Explore Florida Text p. E1-E16 THEMES OF SOCIAL STUDIES HISTORY, ECONOMICS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY, CULTURE, CITIZENSHIP, GOVERNMENT HOW TO READ."— Presentation transcript:
Explore Florida Text p. E1-E16 THEMES OF SOCIAL STUDIES HISTORY, ECONOMICS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY, CULTURE, CITIZENSHIP, GOVERNMENT HOW TO READ NON-FICTION TEXT IDENTIFYING THE MAIN IDEA AND USING SUPPORTING DETAILS THROUGH SPECIFIC VOCABULARY
How to understand a nonfiction text: Recognize Main Idea & Supporting Details Main Idea Detail A main idea is the most important idea about a topic. Details give information that tells more about the main idea.
What is the first page in your textbook where will you find a graphic organizer similar to this that will explain the process? Place your sticky note on this page for future reference! Page 4
Theme: History is the story of people, places, and events in the past. Ybor City p. E2-E3 Main Idea Ybor City has changed throughout the years. Detail Founded as a small factory town in 1886 Detail Many people were from Cuba, Italy, Germany and Spain Detail Increased population created a need for street cars, restaurants, homes, and community clubs for factory workers Reread p. E2-E3. If this is the main idea, what should be three supporting details? Remember each detail should include reference to history and Ybor City! Why should the supporting details reference history and Ybor City?
How to read a non-fiction text: Understand Objectives Tune into the purpose behind the reading or lesson. Review the content, and language purpose statements. Where can you find these statements everyday? Ask yourself why you are learning this material. Look for the main idea and reframe as a question to better ensure comprehension
What is the main idea? Economic services provided by banks to their customers. What two concepts (big ideas) should be included in your answer? How do you know? Economics & its relationship with banking. Write the main idea in question format and use supporting details to answer it (this ensures better comprehension!) Here are three potential main idea questions: How do banks provide financial security? How are banks economic institutions? Why do banks provide economic services for customers? Answer to the main idea in question format: Economic services in which banks provide include savings accounts, savings bonds, and credit to assist customers in their financial security. (make & keep money) Theme: Economics is the study of money and the things people make, sell or buy. Fort Lauderdale E4-E5 Option 2: Main Idea and Supporting Details in Question and Answer Format…
How to read a non-fiction text: Recognize Vocabulary Texts separate important words and phrases to draw attention towards the reader. Focus on these words and their connection to the objective and main idea. Recognizing the main idea and supporting details (either in statement or question format) requires acknowledgment of specific vocabulary.
Theme: Science & Technology is the use of scientific knowledge to solve practical problems. Fort Myers E6-E7 Inventor – person who creates new things; ex: Thomas Edison Laboratory -room or rooms with special equipment where scientists can do tests and experiments Reread p. E6-E7. What vocabulary words are particularly important? How do you know?
Theme: Geography is the study of the relationship between earth’s physical features, climate, and people. Falling Waters State Park E8-E9 Falling Waters State Park provides a unique habitat for animals in Florida. This area of the panhandle has many sinkholes. The terrain is hilly Many plants exist including wildflower meadows, pine forests, magnolia, white oak, beech, and dogwood trees. What two big ideas do each of the supporting details need to include? Geography of Falling Waters State Park At this time, be sure your main idea and/or details include vocabulary!
Theme: Culture is the combination of customs, traditions, habits, and values of a group of people. Zora Neale Hurston E10-E11 How did Zora Neale Hurston contribute to the humanities? Hurston used African American folklore and legends as inspiration for novels honoring her heritage. What events in Florida celebrate arts and culture? The Zora Neale Hurston Festival celebrates music, plays, films, dance performances, art exhibits, and literature. Reread E10-E11. Find and answer the main idea. Remember you main idea must include culture and Zora Neale Hurston/Florida, along with reference to specific vocabulary!
Theme: Citizenship includes the rights, duties, and privileges of being a member of a community, state, or nation. Citizenship Day E12-E13 Florida immigrants participate in citizenship ceremonies. Florida immigrants come from places all over the world. New citizens must pledge their allegiance and take an oath. September 17 is Citizenship Day, in honor of 9/17/1787. Reread E12-E13. Find and answer the main idea. Remember you main idea and supporting details must include citizenship and Citizenship Day, along with reference to specific vocabulary! Main Idea and Supporting Details in Question/Answer Format: Q: How do Florida immigrants become new United States citizens? A: Coming from all over the world, they take an oath and pledge allegiance, when participating in ceremonies such as those on Citizenship Day, September 17.
Theme: Government is a group of people in charge of making decisions about an area and its people. Florida’s New Government E14-E15 Florida must adopt a form of government in order to become a state. Florida was a territory and owned by Spain. Each region sent delegates to help write Florida’s constitution. The constitution was written in 1838 in St. Joseph. Reread E14-E15. Find and answer the main idea. Remember you main idea and supporting details must include government and Florida, along with reference to specific vocabulary! Main Idea and Supporting Details in Question/Answer Format: Q: How did Florida change from a territory to a state? A: Florida, originally owned by Spain, wrote and adopted its constitution through delegates in 1838 to become a state in 1845.