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Transcript of Pollinators
(Part II) Lesson 2 Understanding and Using Text Features in Informational Texts
(Part I) Lesson 4 Understanding Images in Informational Texts Lesson 5 Finding Facts About Your Pollinator: Let The Research Begin!
(Part I) Lesson 6 Finding Facts About Your Pollinator: Let The Research Begin!
(Part II) Lesson 7 Organizing Your Pollinator Facts: Table of Contents and Headings Lesson 8 Turning Pollinator Facts into Complete Sentences Lesson 9 Writing Attention Grabbing Introductions Lesson 10 Reading Standards
2.RI.5 - Know and use text features to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.
2.RI.7 - Explain how specific images contribute to and clarify a text.
2.W.2 - Write informative texts that introduce a topic, use facts and definition to develop points, and provide a concluding statement.
2.W.7 - Participate in shared research and writing projects.
2.W.8 - Recall information from experience or gather information from provided sources to answer a question.
1.L.2 - Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Speaking and Listening Standards
2.SL.1 - Participate in collaborative conversations with peers in small and large groups. STUDENT CREATED
REPORT FOR THE "POLLINATOR POST"
magazine (Developed in Lessons 5-10) Additional Activities
Connected to Pollinator Research Unit Art Social Studies Science Literacy * Painted paper creations of pollinator & plants. * Study impact of pollinators in the community, including the threats against them.
* Learn ways to attract pollinators to community through incidents occurring within the Pollinator Storyline. *Learn what pollination is and how it works through games, books and other media. Local pollinators will be observed in their habitats around the school.
*Plant seeds *Pollinator Poetry -poems using our five senses.
*"How To Attract Pollinators To Your Garden" Newsletter Extras *Pollinator Cooking
*Watch clips of OPB's Nature episode on bees
*Learn songs about pollinators
*Pollinator tag - game at recess POLLINATOR RESEARCH UNIT Standards: Adding Features to Pollinator Reports: Diagrams, Illustrations, and Captions