|Read Aloud Lesson Plan ()|
|Book Title: A color of his own|
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|Topic: Chameleon change chart|
|2||Concepts of Print||Front Cover
● Point out the front cover of the book and explain what it is.
● Ask students if anyone remembers what the title of this book is. Insert method of asking this here (cold call? volunteer?)
● Ask students what the author of a book does. Insert method of asking this here (cold call? volunteer?)
● Ask students if anyone remembers who the author of this book is. Insert method of asking this here (cold call? volunteer?)
● Ask students what the illustrator of a book does. Insert method of asking this here (cold call? volunteer?)
● Read the illustrator’s name and explain what an illustrator does (the person who drew the pictures in the story).
Fiction vs. Non-Fiction
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I want you to think about these questions as we read!
|2||Before Reading||Building Background and Activating Prior Knowledge
● Show the front cover and read the title. Explain that good readers use the information on the cover to make predictions about the book. Ask, what do you think this book will be about? (Cold call/volunteer) Explain that making a guess about what will happen in a story is called a prediction.
|8||During Reading||Text-Dependent Questions
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|2||After Reading||Return to Guiding Questions: Conduct a discussion about these questions. Encourage students to answer questions in complete sentences. (Cold call/volunteer) Encourage hand signals.
● Encourage hand motions from students, especially those who struggle to stay focused.
● Provide prompting for question answering for students who struggle (e.g. teacher develops sentence frame and student fills in the blank).