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Common Core Standards
Grounding Activity: Lottery
Common Core Standards
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We will Demonstrate
Academic Vocabulary • • Retelling Key details Lesson Main message
The Six Blind and The Elephant
Questions About The Story Who are the characters? What happened in the story? What is the moral of the story?
Literature/Reading Requirements Kindergarten-Fifth Grade
Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask your child to retell the story including key details. For Example: Where did the story take place? Who are the characters? What is the story about? What is your favorite part and why? Kindergarten
Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask your child to retell the story including key details and make sure that your child understands the moral of the story. For example: What happened at the beginning of the story? What happened in the middle of the story? What happened at the end of the story? What is the moral of the story? How do you know? First Grade
Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask your child to retell the story, to determine the main idea, moral of the story. For Example: What happened in the story? What is the main idea? Ask for a few examples. What is the moral of the story? Second Grade
Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask him/her to give you a summary of the story with some details, ask him/her to determine what is the main message, the moral of the story and to explain how the story unfolds. For example: Summarize(oral or in writing) the story, using a few details that explain the moral of the story. Third Grade
Ask your child to: • Choose a text of his/her preference (poetry, news paper, magazine, literary work, etc. ) • Identify the story’s theme using details • Summarize the main idea For Example: What kind of text did you choose and why? Using a few details, give me a summary of the main idea. Fourth Grade
Ask your child to: • Choose a text of his/her preference (poetry, newspaper, magazine, literary work, etc. ) • Identify the story’s theme using details • Determine how the characters face the challenges • Summarize the text • Identify the narrator of the story and his/her point of view For Example: What is theme of the text? Explain with details. How did the characters face the challenges? Who is the narrator? What is her/his point of view? Fifth Grade
Requirements for Reading Informational Texts Kindergarten-Fifth Grade
Pictures Posters Show your child an illustration. Ask him/her questions about the person, place, thing or idea that he/she sees on the illustration. For Example: What do you see on the illustration? Give me details. Kindergarten
Ask your child to read an informational text. When finished, ask him/her to identify key details using illustrations and important aspects in the text to describe the main ideas. For Example: Where did it happen? What is it about? What is happening? What does it mean? First Grade
• Read an informational text • Ask questions about who, what, where, how, when and why • Explain how the images o illustrations help to understand the key details in the text For example: Where is it? What is the effect of…? What is the purpose of…? Second Grade Why…?
Ask your child to read an informational text. When finished, ask him/her to write down questions about what they read answer them referring directly to the text and to use the images or illustrations. For Example: Where is it? What is the effect of…? What is the purpose of…? Why…? Third Grade
Ask your child to read an informational text. When finished, ask him/her to use details and examples from the text to explain explicitly what the text says and to make inferences from the text. Ask him/her to interpret the graphic and visual representation and to explain how they helped him/her to understand the text. For Example: The text says … Based on the text, I infer that… The images helped me to … Fourth Grade
Ask your child to: • • Read an informational text Ask your child to quote from the text To make inferences from the text To obtain information from multiple sources (books, photographs, internet, etc. ) For Example: What information can you use to…? What inferences can you make about…? Base on the photograph… Fifth Grade
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Project Based Learning
Exercise: Plan a BBQ Aunty and her six children are coming from Mexico. We have two days to plan a dinner. What are the next steps? What are the critical questions? Questions: • How much money do we have for the dinner? • What do we need for the dinner? • Compare prices at two stores. Where are we going to buy the food for the dinner and why? • How will we plan for the dinner? • Who else will we invite? • What types of dishes will we serve?
Exercise: The Automobile The family automobile just broke down. We have to choose a new vehicle as soon as possible. Questions: • What are the features of each vehicle? • Compare two vehicles • What are the similarities and the differences?
Exercise: The House of your Dreams You were just informed that they are going to give you a house away! The requirement is that you write in great detail the house that you want, why, where, etc. Questions: • What house do you like and why? • Give some details about the house that you chose. • Why do you want this house? Where is the house, etc. ?
Exercise: Amusement Park We have money for a family trip this summer. We have to decide what park we want to visit. Prepare a speech that will convince everybody to visit a specific park. Key Points: • Select a park • State the advantages and disadvantages of the two parks (pros and cons) • Primary and secondary reasons • Conclusion