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					Interactive Read Aloud Sample
1st Nine Weeks - 2nd Row

4-1.1 Analyze the details that support the expression of the main idea in a given literary text.
4-2.1 Summarize evidence that supports the central idea of a given informational.

SS –
4-1.1 Explain the political, economic, and technological factors that led to the exploration of the New World
      by Spain, Portugal, and England, including the competition between nation-states, the expansion of
      international trade, and the technological advances in shipbuilding and navigation.
4-1.2 Summarize the motivation and accomplishments of the Vikings and the Portuguese, Spanish,
      English, and French explorers, including Leif Eriksson, Christopher Columbus, Hernando de
      Soto, Ferdinand Magellan, Henry Hudson, John Cabot, and Robert LaSalle.
4-1.3 Use a map to identify the routes of various sea and land expeditions to the New World and match these
      to the territories claimed by different nations—including the Spanish dominance in South America and
      the French, Dutch, and English exploration in North America—and summarize the discoveries
      associated with these expeditions.

Book: You Wouldn’t Want to be a Viking Explorer By: Andrew Langley

Book Introduction: This is an informational book with humorous Viking illustrations. It is a book that does
not need to be read in any particular order. You can choose the section that you are most interested in reading.
We will begin with when the Vikings came to America.

Day 1 Questions:
Interactive Read Aloud Questions        Correlation to Standard                Testing as a Genre Item
Before reading - Each section           4-2.5 Use headings, subheadings,       What could be a new section
contains illustrations with captions    print styles, white space, captions,   heading for page 22-23?
along with a short narrative text.      and chapter headings to gain              a. Walking Across the Ice to
You can read the captions in any        information.                                  North America
order.                                                                            b. The Vikings Encounter the
                                                                                      Native Americans
Read Page 12                                                                      c. Swords and Other Weapons
                                                                                  d. Hiding Places Made of
How did the information in the                                                        Animal Skin
illustrations and captions extend
the meaning or help you                                                        Test Strategy: Students must make
understand the text?                                                           a connection of the “skraelings”
If we wanted a heading that told us     4-2.1 Summarize evidence that          being the Native Americans. We
a little more about the information     supports the central idea of a         are also striving to have students
to be read what would that heading      given informational.                   choose the broadest answer choice.
be?
Discuss                                                                        4-2.1 Summarize evidence that
Which picture and caption is the        4-2.1 Summarize evidence that          supports the central idea of a
least related to the main idea of the   supports the central idea of a         given informational.
page?                                   given informational.
Discuss – Students share rational.
Read Pages 12-13                        4-1.7 Create responses to literary
What did you learn from this page       texts through a variety of methods
and what did you think about it?        (for example, writing, creative
Turn and Talk                           dramatics, and the visual and
                                        performing arts).
(Skip Pages 14 -15)                    4-2.6 Use graphic features
Read Pages 16-17                       (including illustrations, graphs,
Based on our Social Studies            charts, maps, diagrams, and
materials’ illustrations do you        graphic organizers) as sources of
think this illustrator accurately      information.
showed us the Vikings in accurate
way?
Turn and Talk

Day 2 Questions:
Interactive Read Aloud Questions       Correlation to Standard             Testing as a Genre Item
Read Page 22-23                        4-2.1 Summarize evidence that
                                       supports the central idea of a
I am noticing the author included      given informational.
“Handy Hints” on many of the
pages. Would you consider this
detail to be an important or
interesting detail that supports the
main idea heading on page 22?
Discuss
Read Page 26-27                        4-2.1 Summarize evidence that
                                       supports the central idea of a
The main idea of the two pages is      given informational.
given in the heading and the
subheading.
Which best helps you understand
this main idea: the illustrations and
captions or the text?
Explain your reason.
Turn and Talk
What similarities or differences      4-1.5 Analyze the impact of
did you notice between the            characterization and conflict on
“skraelings” and “Vikings”?           plot.
Turn and Talk

				
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