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Unit 3 Lesson 12: Ah, Music! Day 1

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Unit 3 Lesson 12: Ah, Music!
Teacher Read-Aloud
Music in the Snow
Ah, Music!
by Aliki
Learning Goals
I know how to use text features to find information
I know how to identify statements as fact or opinion
Warm-Up
How Do They Go Together?
Reading Centers:
Computers
:
Lexia, Reading Plus, Thinkcentral, and AR
Partner Read:
Brainstorm research topics relating to Ah, Music! (pg. T165)
Mrs. Swenson:
Leveled Readers
Word Work:
Spelling Words
Seat Work:
WB Pgs
.
Writing:
Write a journal entry using this week's vocabulary words
Violin
Trombone
Piano
Flute
Essential Question
How can I use text and graphic features to locate facts and information?

Target Vocabulary Words
vibration
-a movement made by sound
tune
-a melody
volume
-how loud or quiet a sound is
expression
-showing of feelings
creative
-original
performance
-music played for an audience
concentrate
-pay attention
relieved
-freed from worry
Preview the Topic
Music
pg. 409
Read and Comprehend
Target Skill: Text and Graphic Features
Authors sometimes include special features when they write. These are called text and graphic features. Pictures, headings, and captions are examples of text and graphic features. These can help you understand the text. They can also help you find information in the text.
Target Skill
:
Text Features
Genre:
Informational Text
Insert some type of music from youtube (ex. classical, mysterious, techno, etc)
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