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Focus: Informational Text Fourth Grade *Denotes additional material distributed in 2008-09 (Content Passages) 2nd Block Guide +Denotes additional material distributed in 2009-10 #Denotes additional material distributed in 2010-11 READING Harcourt Standard Student Learning Textbook/Supplements Task Analysis Vocabulary Assessments Expectation with additional Instructional Materials and Activities *utilize schema R.9.4.2 Making Connections *distinguish among text to self, text Make connections that Once I… text to text, text to world T=Teacher made test demonstrate a deeper Connections T-Chart *identify connections that demonstrate a deeper TA=Textbook understanding of text related to Assessment understanding of text related self, text, and/or world to self, text, and/or world SA=Supplemental *determine types of questions Assessments R.9.4.5 Text Plus: The Question and how they may be answered (in text, outside literal questions inferential RI=Released Items Generate questions that reflect active engagement in the text *Move for Your Health…Parts 1 and 2 source, infer, etc.) questions PA=Performance *construct a meaningful Assessments +Questions with a Partner question OR=Open-Responses 9. It’s Easy as Pie *make connections to describe PO=Portfolio Comprehension R.9.4.7 Words Used on Benchmark for Author’s the purpose of the text *infer the specific purpose infer PR=Project Infer the purpose of the text to Purpose expand comprehension based on information from the D=Demonstration #Washington Still the Best text and background knowledge LJ=Log/Journal “The Amazing Hummingbird” W=Writing *Making Inferences *make inferences based on inferences BA=Block R.9.4.9 Assessments background knowledge and Use inferences to expand +Learn About Drawing Conclusions and information form text understanding of content Making Inferences *use inferences to expand knowledge +Pinecones knowledge of text #Mapping the Pacific #Pests *determine purpose for R.9.4.10 reading Sort relevant and irrelevant *sort information in the text to determine what is important, information based on the interesting, confusing, prior purpose of reading knowledge, etc., based on purpose for reading Harcourt Standard Student Learning Textbook/Supplements Task Analysis Vocabulary Assessments Expectation with additional Instructional Materials and Activities R.9.4.11 *decide if purpose for reading Read a text for a variety of Set Purposes is for entertainment or purposes information T=Teacher made test Summarizing *identify relevant and TA=Textbook 9. R.9.4.12 Get the Point irrelevant information summarize Assessment Comprehension Summarize content of *One Sentence Summaries *use text structures and questioning to determine topic main idea SA=Supplemental selection, identifying important *The Surprising Road to Discovery Assessments (continued) importance supporting details ideas and providing details for +Distinguishing Details *use important information to RI=Released Items each important idea +Summary (20 Words or Less) formulate a main idea and supporting details PA=Performance Assessments #Calendars *compose a summary using #Modern Ranching the main idea and details OR=Open-Responses *read a variety of fiction and fiction PO=Portfolio R.10.4.2 Compare and Contrast nonfiction texts *recognize features of fiction nonfiction compare PR=Project Compare and contrast fiction *Venn Diagram and nonfiction and nonfiction texts contrast D=Demonstration +Comparison and Contrast *compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction similarities differences LJ=Log/Journal Organizing Ideas *select appropriate graphic W=Writing R.10.4.6 Using an Outline organizers (including main ideas/detail maps and main idea details BA=Block Use graphic organizers, *KWL Chart Assessments outlines) to use with text including main idea/detail maps +Planning Web *utilize the graphic organizers 10. and outlines to make meaning to make meaning from text of the reading selection #The Underground Railroad Variety of Text *determine purpose of various R.10.4.7 *Expository Texts text resources and features Evaluate texts for *evaluate text features to determine it's appropriateness appropriateness to reading +Questions to Support Comprehension of for the specific task tasks Nonfiction Comprehension *identify informational text Lou Gehrig features atlas R.10.4.8 Paul Revere *read informational text, encyclopedia including comparative formats internet Read a variety of informational Race for the Gold dictionary texts, including comparative Cal Ripken formats *A Trip Through Ellis Island #Land of Ice and Snow *recognize clue words in R.10.4.9 A Look at Whales expository format which are expository text Recognize expository text Cooking in the 1700s and 1800s comparative *identify text structures that structures which are pertain to expository text comparative #Where Would We Go Without Roads? Harcourt Standard Student Learning Textbook/Supplements Task Analysis Vocabulary Assessments Expectation with additional Instructional Materials and Activities What Are Those Rings? *recognize cues (i.e., context clues definitions that are set apart by T=Teacher made test a comma, or specific words, including "such as" and "for TA=Textbook R.11.4.1 *Move for Your Health…Part 1/ Words and example") Assessment 11. Use context clues to determine Meaning Chart *apply self-checking strategies SA=Supplemental the precise meaning of new *employ cues and self- Assessments Vocabulary, words checking strategies to RI=Released Items Word Study, +Teaching Context Clues determine meaning PA=Performance and Fluency #Magic Math Figures Assessments #Surviving Winter OR=Open-Responses PO=Portfolio *define base words, prefixes, Multi-syllabic PR=Project Can You Hear, See, and Split Syllables? suffixes words D=Demonstration R.11.4.5 *recognize base words, prefixes, suffixes base word prefix LJ=Log/Journal Refine strategies to decode *exhibit knowledge of suffix W=Writing multi-syllabic words +Reading New Words +Teaching Multi-Syllabic Words syllabication *employ knowledge of syllable BA=Block Assessment commonly used word origins Remember to include Embedded Skills for the Reading Strand.
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