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1 Weslandia Unit 4 Story 1 Weslandia

2 blunderscivilizationcomplex envy fleeing Weslandia Teacher Slide 1:

3 blunderscivilizationcomplex envy fleeing Weslandia

4 Teacher Slide 2 I’m going to read this word one “bite” at a time. … Read the word with me. Lets look at a few more. Weslandia

5 outcast

6 miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty Weslandia

7 miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty miserable disliked alarming tormentors snapping mumbled almighty Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read from

8 Weslandia Teacher 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.

9 Weslandia 1.The boy was miserable because he thought no one liked him. 2.He disliked traditional sports. 3.His parents found it alarming that he didn’t fit in. 4.His tormentors became interested in his project. 5.He was snapping the pieces of stalk in half. 6.As always, his father mumbled, “I’m sure you’ll use that knowledge often.” 1.The boy was miserable because he thought no one liked him. 2.He disliked traditional sports. 3.His parents found it alarming that he didn’t fit in. 4.His tormentors became interested in his project. 5.He was snapping the pieces of stalk in half. 6.As always, his father mumbled, “I’m sure you’ll use that knowledge often.” Note: I will copy these and cut them apart so students will have a copy to read from.

10 Weslandia Teacher Slide – Weslandia- pages Before Reading Have you ever had to adapt to a new neighborhood? Let’s think about this today as we read Weslandia. Take a picture walk. Discuss children’s observations. *page What do the illustrations show Wesley doing? *page Why do you think the two boys are spying on Wesley? During Reading… 1. Draw Conclusions-

11 Weslandia Drawing Conclusions about Wesley His mother says he sticks out. Wes doesn’t mind that he does. He doesn’t like pizza, soda, or football. He refuses to wear his hair like the other boys. The text tells us… My conclusion about Wes is ________________.

12 Weslandia Drawing Conclusions about Wesley Page 399 tells us… _______________________ Based on what we read on page 399 we can conclude… Wes is smart. Wes likes to run. Wes hates school.

13 Have students locate facts from 399, then choose from the 3 choices to make a conclusion about Wesley. Use main idea and detail cards to identify the main idea and details from Work with partner. Weslandia

14 Day 3… Review drawing conclusions, how do we do that. Students reread , Wes’ schoolmates changed their minds about Wes. What does the text tell us to help us draw this conclusion? Questions… Why didn’t Wes wear his watch anymore? (He used his sundial to tell time instead.) Why did he name his civilization Weslandia? (He named it after himself because he created it.) Why did Wesley design sports for a single player? (He didn’t have teammates when he created them.) Discuss the last 2 lines on page 407.

15 Why didn’t Wes wear his watch anymore? Why did he name his civilization “Weslandia?” Why did Wesley design sports for a single player? Weslandia


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