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6.Using another book thestudents have not read, gothrough and look at theillustrations. Show themhow to really pick out thedetails. Use the details tomake predictions.7.Read the story to see ifpredictions were correct.1.Students look at the display ofbooks.2.Students recall information fromthe books they have previouslyread. They share what theyremember with a partner.3.Students will look at the variouspictures in a book.4.Students will assist in findingreal examples of the vocabularywords.5.Watch teacher as a picture walkis demonstrated.6.Students will go on a picture-walk with the book the teacherchose. Predictions will be madeby the students, based on whatthey see in the illustrations.7.Students will listen as teacherreads.8.Work with a partner to completea picture walk with a new fictiontext. Use the sentence frameprovided by the teacher torespond to questions.9.Students will share what theyhave learned4.Vocabulary cards willbe provided-vocabulary cards will beprovided for students who arebelow grade level in reading-additional practice worksheetsmay be given-use of complete sentences forthose capable.-additional supportPage2of4
Discuss the results of theirpredictions.8.Students will work in pairsto go on a picture walk witha new fiction text.Encourage them to use thesentence frame “I predict______ will happen next.”9.Go over the importance ofhaving pictures in a story.Talk about how they help usunderstand the story.Encoruage students to sharetheir findingsIII. ASSESSMENTSummativeAssessment:Include details of any summative assessment as applicable andattach a copy with an answer key.Explain how the summativeassessment measures the learning target(s)/objectives.If you donot include a summative assessment, identify how you willmeasure students’ mastery of the learning target(s)/objectives.Differentiation:-vocabulary cards will beprovided for students who arebelow grade level in reading-additional practice worksheetsmay be given-use of complete sentences forthose capable.-additional supportClosure:Students will share one to two predictions form their texts aloud with the group.Homework:

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