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1Close Reading Lesson 2 / Reflections on Literacy Learning and Teaching TaShauna JohnsonWalden UniversityDr. Jeradi CohenREAD 6707April 22, 2018
2Close Reading Lesson 2Teacher: TaShauna JohnsonGrade: 4thDate: 4-17-18Text (worthy of a close read):Diary of a National Park Visit (Learning A-Z, 2017). Complex ideas that require close reading:Vocabulary Learning Objectives:Students will be able to analyze purpose and levels of meaning of a text.Students will use evidence from the text to answer text dependent questions. Students will explore word parts to determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and/or multiple-meaning words. Standards: “ELAGSE4L4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies. ELAGSE4RL1: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text. ELAGSE4RI8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in atext” (Georgia Department of Education (GDE), 2008, p.1,3). Text-Dependent Question(s)1. What is Yellowstone? How does the title of the passage help describe it? 2. How would you describe the narrators’ voice in this dairy entry? How does the author convey this to the reader? 3. Have you ever experienced something go differently than you expected after experiencing it? Explain. Steps1. FIRST READ (Key Ideas & Details)Ask the first text dependent question. Student will read text and underline sentences that help support the title. Once done we will discuss the text dependent question. 2. SECOND READ (Craft & Structure)Ask the second text dependent question. Student will read text and underline sentences that help support the narrators’ voice. Once done we will discuss the text dependent question. 3. THIRD READ (Integration of Knowledge and Ideas)
3Ask the third text dependent question. Student will read text and underline sentences that help support experiencing something that goes different from the original plan. Once done we will discuss the text dependent question.