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Unit 5 Lesson 21: Penguin Chicks

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Diane Swenson

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Unit 5 Lesson 21:
Penguin Chicks
Warm-Up
K-W-L
What do you know about Penguins and their chicks?
What do you want to learn about Penguins and their chicks?
Learning Goal
4- I can explain how key details support the central idea of a text and describe the main ideas.
3- I can determine the central idea of a multi-paragraph text, as well as the emphasis of specific paragraphs.
2- I can identify the central idea of a multi-paragraph text.
1- I can retell the key details of a story.
0- I can tell you what the story is about.
Teacher Read-Aloud
From Duckling to Duck
Read and Comprehend pg. 208
Target Skill: Main Idea and Details
Warm-Up Tuesday
Penguin Chicks
Anchor Text:
Penguin Chicks pg. 210
Target Skill: Main Idea and Details
Reading Centers
Monday/Tuesday
Mrs. Swenson:
Book Study "The Whipping Boy"
Partner Read:
Buddy Read Vocabulary Readers
Seatwork:
WB pg.
Computers:
AR, Lexia, Reading Plus, Thinkcentral, Typing Home
Word Work:
Main Idea Task Cards
Reading Centers
Friday
**Before going to your center you must complete the Classroom Discussion Worksheet and your Penguin Family**
Essential Question
Why is knowing the main topic an important skill for readers?
Target Vocabulary pg. 206
The topic is what a whole selection is about. The main idea tells more about the topic. Details give the reader more information about the main idea.
Preview the Topic
Animal Development pg. 209
First Draft: Topic Sentence, Details and Conclusion
Genre: Narrative Fiction
Mrs. Swenson:
Time for Kids-Penguins of Antarctica
Partner Read:
Brain Quest
Writing:
Finish your short play/skit about penguin chicks
Computers:
AR, Lexia, Reading Plus, Thinkcentral, Typing Home
Word Work:
Spelling Scrabble
Warm-Up
Wednesday
Locate facts in "Penguin Chicks." Make a list of the facts you find.
Whole-Group: We Do Wednesday
Analyze the Text pg. 217
Main Ideas and Details: What is the main idea on this page? Which details support the main idea?
Your Turn
Work with your shoulder partner and:

Identify the central topic (main idea) of "Penguin Chicks" and at least 3 supporting details
(Level 2)
Determine the focus of specific paragraphs in the text
(Level 3)
Explain how the details support the central idea of the text
(Level 4)



Partner Read: Dig Deeper pg. 228-230 Thursday
Reread "Penguin Chicks" with your shoulder partner. Complete "Classroom Conversation" questions on page 230.
Reading Centers: Friday
Mrs. Swenson:
Word Work: Pair of Pears
Buddy Reading:
Computers: AR, Lexia, Reading Plus, Thinkcentral, Typing Home
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