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Unit 4 Lesson 17: Luke Goes to Bat

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Diane Swenson

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Unit 4 Lesson 17: Luke Goes to Bat

What if we do nothing?
Idea 1
Idea 2
Read and Comprehend
Target Skill: Sequence of Events pg. 50
Describe the idea you think is best
Conclusion
Learning Goals
I can read a text and paraphrase the order of events of a story on my own.

Target Vocabulary
Practiced
Hurried
Position
Roared
Extra
Curbed
Cheered
Final
The Three Snow Bears
Anchor Text: 2nd Read
Lou Goes to Bat pg. 52
Target Skill: Sequence of Events
Reading Centers
Partner Read
: Vocabulary Reader
Seatwork
: WB pgs. 16-17
Mrs. Swenson
: Unit 3 Benchmark
Computer
: AR, Lexia, Reading Plus, Think Central, Typing Home
Word Work
: How much are your spelling words worth?
Writing
: Choose your favorite thing to do or eat. Write the steps in order using transitional words.

Reading Centers
Partner Read
: Sequencing Games
Seatwork
: Valentine's Day Crossword Puzzle
Mrs. Swenson
: Unit 3 Benchmark
Computers
: AR, Lexia, Thinkcentral, Reading Plus, Typing Home
Word Work
: Scrabble
Writing: Valentine's Acrostic Poem and Writing Prompt
Warm-Up Tuesday
Why is it important to keep trying even if something is difficult to do?
Warm-Up Wednesday
Think of a time something was very hard for you to do. Did you give up? Did you keep trying? What did you do to get better?
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Refer back to the pros and cons
Explain how it will help
Warm-Up Thursday
Stickball and Baseball
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Essential Question
Why is using key details from a story important for retelling a story?
Genre: Realistic-Fiction
Thursday Whole Group:
2nd Read with Audio
Stop to Analyze the Text
They are both played by hitting a ball.
One is played with a stick, and one is played with a bat.
Come up with two other games and write ways they are alike and different
Sequence
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