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Review Vocabulary with Partner- 5min Can you pronounce it Can you give the definition Can you use it in a sentence
The King in the Kitchen By: Margaret Slattery By Margaret Slattery
Reading Objective Today’s objective is compare and contrast. Students will be able to list how events or characters are the same and how they are different.
The King in the Kitchen Reading Goal: Compare and Contrast Team Cooperation Goal:Everyone participates Genre: Narrative Day : 3
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peasant The king was very cruel to the poor farmer because he didn’t have any money. Poor farmer
dull Andrew thought the movie was boring and fell asleep on the couch boring
upset The baby was upset and wouldn’t stop crying because she was so hungry. annoyed
royal The noble prince asked for the princesses hand in marriage noble
fortunate Samantha was so lucky that she found her lost puppy before it got hit by a car. lucky
Gaping: Raymundo was staring with deep concentration at the monkeys in their cage. staring
Vocabulary Vault fortunate peasant royal gaping upset dull
Building Background Compare and contrast the two following items: Alike Different Why doesn’t the king want his daughter to marry the peasant?
Listening Comprehension: Tales of a Fourth By Judy Blume Compare and contrast Peter and Fudge
Teamwork- 15 minutes Survey the pages Pictures, subtitles, headings Make predictions Look through the pages and find unfamiliar words. Put 2 sticky notes on words that are new or unfamiliar to you. As you read you will use your clarification strategies to define the word or idea. Read with partner Read silently If you finish before anyone else, go back and begin rereading from page 454 New skill-Recipicol Teaching Clarifying Questioning Predicting Summarizing
Team Discussion-10 minutes Discuss all answers to team talk questions orally. Do not write anything until you have finished discussion. Write answers to question 1 and 3
Class Discussion – 5 minutes Review and celebrate team discussions Use good answers that show effective teamwork and strategy use.
Adventures in writing Writing Prompt: Day 3 Do you know how to make something? Write directions explaining how to make something. It doesn’t have to be food; it can be anything you are an expert at making. Answer question Two detail s Complete correct sentences Correct capitalization and punctuation
Team Practice – 10 minutes Complete vocabulary practice Fluency – read page 447 with partner testing you for 1 minute Use fluency rubric
Fluency – 5 min Read page 447 with partner. Give fluency score using fluency rubric.