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Unit 2 Lesson 9 Day 1: How Chipmunk Got His Stripes

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Unit 2 Lesson 9: How Chipmunk Got His Stripes
Day 1

Learning Goals:
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
Essential Questions
How can I use the 5 W's (Who, What, Where, When, Why) to retell a folktale and moral (lesson)?
Reading Centers
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
Warm-Up
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?
Target Vocabulary
direction-the way of

brag-to show off

height-tallness

tunnel-an underground passage

tease-to make fun of

toward-in the direction of

curled-twisted

healed-mended, got well
Teacher Read Aloud
How Chipmunk Got His Stripes
by Joseph and James Bruchac
Target Skill: Understanding Characters
Genre: Folktale
On Thin Ice
Preview the Topic:
Traditional Tales
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.
Writing: Grammar
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
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