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Nonfiction Presentation Mini Lesson - LBravo

Nonfiction Presentation Mini Lesson - LBravo

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Name:_____________________Date: ________________Nonfiction Studies Native American Unit KIPP 2009: ______________ 
Spiral Vocabulary Check . Mild
Cultural regions adaptnomadicmigrated environment
Directions:
Please fill in the blanks with the word that is missing. Native Americans came from Asia through the Bering Strait. They(1)_________________________________ to the Americas. These NativeAmericans had to (2) _______________________________ to a new way of life.Their (3)__________________________________ was new to them. Some of them came from cold lands of Asia and had to adapt to a new climate which waswarmer. Many of the Native Americans were (4)_________________ and movedaround a lot. Eventually Native Americans split into about six different areas.These areas were called by scientists – the Northwest Coastal Area, the PlainsArea, the Plateau Area, the Eastern Woodlands Area, the Northern Area, and theSouthwestern Area. These different areas where people had similar cultures werecalled (5) ___________________________________.
huntGrindFishLeadetribe
SPICY. Complete the analogies.
1.
collect : gather :: chase : _____________________ 
2.
warrior : fighter :: chief : _____________________ 
3.
 plains : buffalo :: rivers : _____________________ 
Vocabulary Sheet
 
Do Now
 
Native American Unit
Word: _________________________________________ Context: __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________ Meaning: __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________ Visual:Changes? __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________ 
 
Mini Lesson
 
Aims:
1.
To determine importance by using the table of contents, the indexand subtitles to fill out a graphic organizer.
2.
To discover key components to a successful nonfiction program byskimming and answering questions about Stephanie Harvey’s
 Nonfiction Matters
.Criteria for Success:
I used nonfiction text features like the table of contents, the indexand subtitles to quickly find the answers to at least one keyquestion.
I read the most important parts and retold the answers in my head.
I wrote every answer in words I really understand.Watch me
QuestionAnswer in Words I UnderstandHow do I implementnonfiction studies ina content area?Try this one with a partner!
QuestionAnswer in Words I UnderstandWhat kind of resources do you

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