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Lesson4 Animal

Lesson4 Animal

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Published by Cierra Winstead

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Published by: Cierra Winstead on May 01, 2013
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Stage 1- Desired ResultsLesson 4Content Standard (s):W.CCR.5 - Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewritingor trying a new approach.W.2.1 - Students read nonfiction text and write paragraphs that express opinions on topicsfrom the text.W.2.7 - Participate in shared research and writing projects.2.L.1 - Understand animal life cycles and be able to describe it and the animal.W.4.2- Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas andinformation clearly.Understanding(s)/Goals:-Students will learn how to complete research and to take notes about a topic.Essential Question (s):- How can research help me to find out more information on a topic?- What are the differences and similarities of nonfiction and fiction texts?Student Objectives (outcomes):- Students will be able to research and find information about a topic.-Students will be able to compare and contrast life cycles of animals.Stage 2- Assessment EvidencePerformance Task (s):- Students will find informational text on pandas and take notes in their notebooks.- Students will distinguish the differences between fiction and nonfiction text.Other Evidence:- Students will demonstrate their knowledge of what life cycles are and how they are differentamong other animals.Stage 3- Learning Plan

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