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									ELD BEGINNING Level
Listening and Speaking ELD Standards
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE

ELD LESSON PLANNER Grade 3 Houghton-Mifflin
Reading ELD Standards
Orally identifies fact & opinion

Theme 4: Animal Habitats
Writing ELD Standards
Follow a model given by the teacher to independently write a short paragraph Why do puffins come to the island? How is Ben the same as Grandfather? Why do the deer come to the garden?

Orally identify main points of conversations & stories by using simple sentences. 1 Students will be able to State Fact and Opinion using adverbs by... 2 Students will be able to Compare and Contrast using adjectives by... 3 Students will be able to Make Judgments using conjunctions by...

Selection

Language Function

Grammar Form Adverbs w/ly & formula phrases w/very - Uses adverbs ending in –ly to describe verb. - Uses “very” to describe an adjective.-

1 Nights of the Pufflings State Fact and Opinion - Fact: I think about things that are true and can be proven. - Opinion: I think about how I feel about something.-

2

Adjectives -Used to express detail to describe nouns.-

Compare and Contrast - I think about how things are similar and different.-

Seal Surfer

Vocabulary puffins/pufflings, chick, eggs, island, winter, clown, sea, underground, nest, dream, summer, ocean, waves, bill, safe, hide, lost, free, carefully, slowly, quickly, safely, happily quietly, loudly, sadly, true, false correct/incorrect human, animal, alike, different, mussels, fur, flippers, young, short, fast, old, tall, slow, smooth, soft, small, large, super , great , wonderful, powerful, surfers

Prompts/Questions What kinds of birds are puffins? Do the puffins lay eggs? How do the puffins come to the island? How do puffins look? How do the puffins move? How safe is the island for puffins? How do the children feel when the puffins come to/leave the island? How do the puffins make nests? Do the puffins stay safe? How safe are the eggs/chick /nests/pufflings? True or false? The puffins spend most of their time at sea. How do the children/puffins feed the chicks? Are humans and animals alike/ different? How are humans and animals the same? How are humans and animals different? How are Ben and his grandfather alike/ different? Are Ben and the seal alike/ not alike/ different? What is the same about Ben and the seal? What is different about Ben and the seal?

Responses The puffins are sea/ clown /island/lost /free birds. Yes/No, the puffins do/ do not lay eggs. Puffins come to the island happily. Puffins look very happy. Puffins move quickly. The island is not very/very safe for puffins. The children feel very sad. The puffins make nests quickly. Yes/No, the puffins stay safe. The eggs/chicks/nests/pufflings are very/not very safe. True/ False the puffins spend/ do not spend most of their time at sea. The children/puffins feed the chicks carefully. Yes/No, humans and animals are/are not alike/different. Humans and animals both _____________. Humans walk on two legs/live in houses. Animals walk on four legs/live outside. Ben and his grandfather are both good at finding mussels/boys. Ben is short/young. His grandfather is tall/old. Yes/No, Ben and the seal are alike/different/not alike. Ben and the seal both have two eyes/one nose. Ben and the seal are both super/great wonderful/powerful surfers. Ben has small hands/smooth skin. The seal has large flippers/soft fur. I like/want ____. ___makes me feel ____. Sonia feels happy and excited when she sees the deer in the garden. Sonia sees gentle/strange and quiet/ hungry deer from the fire escape. The deer come to the garden to eat and rest. The deer come to the garden to eat/rest and escape the danger of the city. The neighbors/group think/s the deer are both wonderful and beautiful. Yes/no, it is right/ not right to help the deer. The animal control officer and the girl/neighbors help/s the deer. The neighbors both watch and move the deer.

3 Make Judgments - I form an opinion by thinking about the information. I think about what I would have done in a similar situation.-

Two Days in May

Conjunctions and( also) both (contrary) -Used to connect two words or parts of a sentence that are of equal grammatical value.-

eat, rest, escape, visit, sleep, patio, garden, wonderful, happy, deer, gentle, neighborhood, strangers, angry, belong, animal control, hungry, woods, walk, home, quiet, group, help, close in, careful excited, danger, city,

Do you like/want __or ____? What make you feel ____? How does Sonia feel when she sees the deer in the garden? What does Sonia see from the fire escape? Why do the deer come to the garden?

What do the neighbors/group think about the deer in the garden? Is it right to help the deer? Who helps the deer? Tell me two ways that the neighbors help the deer.
Other _____

Supplemental Resources: Avenues Unit # 4 Cycle of Seasons & #5 Cactus and Canyons

LANGUAGE! Picture Cards ___

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ELD INTERMEDIATE Level
Listening and Speaking ELD Standards
Participate in conversations w/ peers & adults on familiar topics LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE 1 Students will be able to State Fact and Opinion using adverbs by... 2 Students will be able to Compare and Contrast using adjectives by...

ELD LESSON PLANNER Grade 3 Houghton-Mifflin
Reading ELD Standards
Read & identify examples of fact and opinion/ cause & effect

Theme 4: Animal Habitats
Writing ELD Standards
Independently create cohesive paragraph/s Why do puffins come to the island? Give two reasons. How is Ben/you different than Grandfather? Why would the deer/animals come into the city?

3 Students will be able to Make Judgments using subordinating conjunctions by...

Selection

Language Function

1 State Fact and Opinion - Fact: I think about things that are true and can be proven. - Opinion: I think about how I feel about something.-

Nights of the Pufflings

Grammar Form Adverbs and Adverbs w/out -ly (fast, well, very, too enough) -Used to describe the degree of an adverb.-

Vocabulary agree/disagree, prove, search, season, cliff, speckled, nearby, habitat, ashore, village, burrow, bobbing, tunnel, crash-landing, wander, lay eggs, proud, safely, secure, suddenly, rapidly, loving lovingly, gently, angrily, anxious, anxiously, aid

2 Compare and Contrast - I think about how things are similar and different.Seal Surfer
Multiple Adjectives -Used to modify a noun with more than one adjective.-

seals, elderly, youthful, human, careful, however, waves, quick, daring, churning, rough, frightened, clumsy, awkward, swift, brave, skillful, , chewing, biting, crashing, gentle, rocking, rolling
graze, courtyard, amazing, calm, furious, forest wander, habitat, peaceful, protest, business, rescue, transfer, surround, cautious, careful, solution, respect, fawn, thrilled, frightened

Prompts/Questions What type of birds are puffins? How do the puffins arrive at the island? How do the puffins travel? How secure is the island for the puffins? How do the children feel when the puffins arrive to/depart from the island? How do the puffins create nests? How do puffins keep safe? How secure are the eggs/chicks/nests/pufflings? True or false, the puffins spend nearly all of their time at sea? How do the children/puffins supply the chicks with food/aid? True or false, when the puffins depart the island/habitat some of them get misplaced? How are animals and humans different? What is similar about animals and humans? Ben and Grandpa are both similar, but how are they different? How are the waves different in summer and in winter? How did the seal swim differently at the beginning and at the end of the story? What frightens/amazes you? Tell why. Why does Sonia feel thrilled when she observes the deer in the courtyard? Why is it safe/not safe for the deer to leave their habitat? How do the neighbors respond when they observe the deer? When do the deer wander from the forest? Is it a good idea for the people/children to protest the shooting of the deer? Why is it right to rescue the deer? How do you think the deer feel after the people surround them?

Responses The puffins are cliff/speckled/adult/misplaced/birds. Puffins arrive at the island rapidly. The puffins travel safely. The island is very/not very secure. The children feel very secure. The puffins create nests rapidly. Puffins keep safe by rapidly/energetically/anxiously building burrows. The eggs/chicks/nests/pufflings are very/not very secure. True/ False, the puffins spend/ do not spend nearly all of their time at sea. The children/puffins supply the chicks with food by fishing for them. True/False. When the puffins depart the habitat some of them do/do not get misplaced. Animals have fluffy/soft/spiky/rough fur, however, humans have skin. Animals and humans are similar because they both have two eyes/one nose/teeth/live babies. Although Ben and his grandpa are similar, they are also both different because Ben is youthful/quick/daring and his grandpa is elderly/slow/careful. In summer the waves are gentle/rocking/rolling however, in winter the waves are rough/crashing/churning. In the beginning, the seal was a frightened/clumsy/awkward but by the end the seal was a swift/brave/skillful. _____ frightens/amazes me because _______. Sonia feels thrilled because she observes the deer graze/wander in the courtyard. It is/is not safe for the deer to leave their habitat because there are too many people. The neighbors respond cautiously/ calmly/ respectfully/ furiously when they observe the deer. The deer wander from the forest after businesses are built in their forest. Yes/No, I think it is/is not a good idea for the people to protest the shooting of the deer. It is right to rescue the deer because it is the right thing to do. After the people surround them, the deer feel safe.

3 Two Days in May Make Judgments - I form an opinion by thinking about the information. I think about what I would have done in a similar situation.-

Subordinating Conjunctions - Used to introduce a clause, to explain, to contrast, to show time sequence or cause & effect.-

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ELD
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE

ADVANCED

Level

Grade 3

ELD LESSON PLANNER Houghton-Mifflin
Reading ELD Standards
Distinguish explicit examples of fact& opinion/inferences/ cause & effect

Theme 4: Animal Habitats
Writing ELD Standards
Arrange compositions to simple organizational patterns Why do puffins come to the island? Give three reasons. How are you similar to your Grandfather? Why would the deer/animals come into the city?

Listening and Speaking ELD Standards
Participate in more extended conversations w/ peers & adults familiar/unfamiliar topics. 1

2 3 Selection

Students will be able to State Fact and Opinion using adverbs by... Students will be able to Compare and Contrast using adjectives by... Students will be able to Make Judgments using conjunctions by... Language Function Grammar Form Vocabulary Adverbs too + adverb - Used to express an addition or an excessive quantity.Iceland, overlook, Islandic, uninhabited, gaze, venture, reflect, stranded, roam, splashland, rescue confused, moonbeam, Lundi, nestle, instinctively, release, launch, occupy, frantically, energetically, enthusiastically, destination, respond

1 Nights of the Pufflings State Fact and Opinion - Fact: I think about things that are true and can be proven. - Opinion: I think about how I feel about something.-

2

Compare and Contrast - I think about how things are similar and different.-

Adjectives - Used to describe what kind, how many & which one.-

Seal Surfer

contrasts, compare similarities, brave, swift, skillful, awkward, clumsy, frightened, churning, rough, rolling furry, spiky, rocking, mussels, waves, spiky, smooth, thick, wrinkled, soft

Prompts/Questions What type of island do the puffins occupy? How do puffins reach their destination? How secure is the Island for the puffins? How do the puffins create nests? How do puffins keep protected? True or false, the puffins spend nearly all of their time at sea? How do the children respond to the arrival of the puffins? When the puffins depart the island/habitat some of them get misplaced. True or false? How do the children assist the puffins that lose their way to the sea? What is one similarity between animals and humans? How are animals different from humans? What is one similarity between Grandpa and Ben? What is a difference between Grandpa and Ben? What differences do you find between the waves in the summer and the waves in the winter? How do you compare the way the seal swam in the beginning of the story with how he swam at the end? Why does Sonia feel thrilled when she observes the deer not only meandering but also foraging in the courtyard? What do you think the deer should do, either leave their territory or stay in their territory? Do you think the deer should either be relocated to the forest or taken to a zoo? Tell my why. When do the deer wander from the forest? Is it a good idea for the people/children to protest the shooting of the deer/serving of the vegetables in the cafeteria? Do you believe the neighbors should either rescue the deer from the terrace or let the deer stay?
LANGUAGE! Picture Cards ___ Other ____

Responses Puffins occupy an uninhabited/ inhabited island. Puffins reach their destination________. The island is very/not very secure. The puffins create nests__________. Puffins keep protected by__________. True/ False, the puffins spend/ do not spend nearly all of their time at sea. The children respond _________ to the arrival of the puffins. True/False. When the puffins depart the habitat some of them get misplaced. The children assist the puffins that lose their way to the sea by ___________________. One similarity between animals and humans is that they both have live babies/have two eyes/have teeth for biting/chewing. Animals are different from humans because animals have rough/spiky/thick fur and humans have smooth/soft/wrinkled skin. One similarity between Grandpa and Ben is that they both like to look for mussels/like the sea/worry about the seal. One difference between Grandpa and Ben is that Grandpa is elderly/careful/slow and Ben is youthful/daring/quick. I found that in the summer the waves are gentle/rocking/rolling, while in the winter, the waves are rough/crashing/churning. In the beginning of the story, the seal was a clumsy/frightened/awkward swimmer, as compared to the end of the story when the seal was a brave/swift/skillful swimmer. Sonia feels thrilled when she observes the deer not only meandering but also foraging in the courtyard because it is something new. I think the deer should leave their territory/stay in their territory because it is safer. I think the deer should be relocated/ taken to the zoo because it is the best place for the deer. The deer wander from the forest after businesses are built in their forest. Yes/No, I think it is/is not a good idea for the people/children to protest the shooting of the deer/serving of vegetables in the cafeteria. I believe the neighbors should rescue the deer/let them stay because it is best for them.

3 Make Judgments - I form an opinion by thinking about the information. I think about what I would have done in a similar situation.-

Supplemental Resources: Avenues Unit # Unit # 4 Cycle of Seasons & #5 Cactus and Canyons

Two Days in May

Conjunctions either/or; not only/ but -Used to connect words, phrases, and clauses of equal importance.-

Foraging, terrace, marvelous, moderate, “not on speaking terms”, meander, territory, objection, organization, relocation, release, cautious, population, admire

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