7anatomy sketching monumental formality amphibians inscribed Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read fromWings for the King
8Teacher Slide 3:Now let’s read these words in sentences.Use the same strategy we practiced if you come across a word you don’t know.Fluency Notes:Touch on phrasing and punctuation if needed.
9Waterhouse studied the anatomy of the dinosaurs Waterhouse spent time sketching his designs.This was a monumental project.The amphibians spent time in the water.The plaque was inscribed to honor Waterhouse Hawkins.Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read from.
10Teacher Slide 4- Waterhouse Hawkins- Comprehension Lesson , pages 320-327. Before ReadingYesterday we read about how paleontologists find dinosaur fossils. Today we will read a biography of an artist who was fascinated by dinosaurs.Take a picture walk. Discuss children’s observations.*page What impression do you get of the man on page 323 who is losing drawings from his notebook? Are there really transparent dinosaurs floating there? Why do you think the artist drew them?*page What do the pictures on these pages show?During Reading…1. Model main idea- Model using the first 3 paragraphs. Students decide using the 4th paragraph.
13Facts and OpinionsHorse drawn carriages clattered down the streets of London in 1853.He was expecting some very important visitors.Richard Owen checked every muscle, bone, and spike.Waterhouse Hawkins made the best dinosaurs.Waterhouse’s creatures were extraordinary.
14Teacher SlideFacts and OpinionsHorse drawn carriages clattered down the streets of London in 1853.He was expecting some very important visitors.Richard Owen checked every muscle, bone, and spike.Waterhouse Hawkins made the best dinosaurs.Waterhouse’s creatures were extraordinary.
15Waterhouse Hawkins- Comprehension Lesson , pages 328-337 (Green) Discuss Fact and OpinionAs you look for statements of fact and opinion as you read, remember that facts can be researched and proved true or false, and opinions are a viewpoint and are often added to make the story more interesting.Which of these is a fact and which is an opinion?Look on page What Facts and Opinions do you find on these pages.
16The Crystal Palace Exhibition was wonderful. Fact or OpinionThe Crystal Palace Exhibition was wonderful.The Crystal Palace Exhibition was the first World’s Fair.
17Main Idea: Look at paragraph 1 on page 334 Main Idea: Look at paragraph 1 on page 334. Talk to partner about main idea ofParagraph.Record on chart.Then read 335 and record main idea and details on chart.
20He sketched twenty-one invitations to the top scientists and supporters of the day. He pored over menus with the caterer.The iguanadon was hauled outside.A tent was erected.The table was elegantly set.Waterhouse dressed for the occasion in his finest attire.
21Teacher SlideStudents sort events to put them in order.