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Unit 2 Lesson 9 Day 1: How Chipmunk Got His Stripes
Transcript of Unit 2 Lesson 9 Day 1: How Chipmunk Got His Stripes
I will be able to identify the moral (lesson) of a story
I will be able to describe how characters in a story react to challenges in the story
How can I use the 5 W's (Who, What, Where, When, Why) to retell a folktale and moral (lesson)?
Seat Work-Reader's Notebook
Computer-Lexia, Thinkcentral, Reading Plus, AR
Partner Reading-Partner Read (Read Aloud) pg. 322
Mrs. Swenson-Retell/Sequence the Story
Writing-Journal entry: Write a story using all your new spelling words
Word Work-Write vocabulary words and definition on index cards
Share a Riddle!
Why couldn't the bear find enough honey in Baltimore?
Because there's only one bee (B) in Baltimore!! Get it?
I can only identify what the story is about
I can only provide one detail about how characters react to challenges in a story
I can identify with moral (lesson) of a story with help
I can describe how characters in a story react to challenges in a story with help
I can identify the moral (lesson) of a story with no help
I can describe how characters react to challenges in a story with no help
I can identify the moral (lesson) of a story and provide at least three details
I can describe how characters react to challenges in a story and provide at least three details
How do characters react to a story?
direction-the way of
brag-to show off
tunnel-an underground passage
tease-to make fun of
toward-in the direction of
healed-mended, got well
Teacher Read Aloud
How Chipmunk Got His Stripes
by Joseph and James Bruchac
Target Skill: Understanding Characters
On Thin Ice
Preview the Topic:
Traditional tales are stories that people have been telling for many years. Some traditional tales are made-up stories about how or why something is the way it is.
Characters in a traditional tale usually learn a lesson. This is called the moral of the story. When you read "How Chipmunk Got His Stripes" think about what Bear and Brown Squirrel learn and what the story explains.
Verbs in the Present Tense
Adding -s to Verbs
A verb can name an action that is happening now. Add -s to this kind of verb when it tells about a noun that names one.
Thinking Question: Does the subject, or the naming part of the sentence name one or more than one?
RNB pg. 122