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Oil A Messy Resource 20's Guided Reading

Oil A Messy Resource 20's Guided Reading

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Planner for Guided Reading Plus:
Phase One
Group Focus:_Cause and Effect Date:_____________ Lesson #1
Fluent Writing, PhonologicalAwareness, and PhonicsOrientation to New Book Orientation to New Book After Reading New BookWords for Fluent Writing:Phonological/PhonemicAwareness:Phonics (Letter Word Work):
Long i and Short i
Title: Oil: A Messy ResourceLevel: 20Orientation to New Book:Oil is a very important source of energy.But the Earth only has a limited amountof it, and finding and collecting oil canbe very difficult and dangerous. In thisbook you will learn about an oil spillthat occurred in the Gulf of Mexico lastApril.What is the title and the author of thisbook?What genre is this book?What text features does this book havethat tell us it is a nonfiction book?What do we use oil for?How do we get oil?Do you think drilling for oil in the oceanis a good idea? Why or why not?The author talks a lot about cause andeffect relationships. The cause is anaction or event that makes somethinghappen. The effect is what happens asa result of the cause. Give examples:leaving a popsicle in the sun-
thepopsicle meltsRead pages 3-7
Unfamiliar Language Structures:
Relevant Vocabulary:New and Important Words:
Leak: to accidently allow liquid orgas to escapeResource: a supply of somethingvaluable or very usefulWells: deep holes that are dug intothe ground to get water, gas, or oilOil tanker: a ship that carries oilacross the oceanShow the picture of the oil rigDiscussion Prompts/ Post ReadingQuestions:What do we use oil for?Where can oil be found?How do we get oil?Make a T chart with Cause andEffect as the headings.Model** Under Cause put: Oil rigsdrill deep into the groundUnder Effect put: the oil is broughtto the surface so we can use itCause: Oil rigs float on the surfaceof the waterEffect: Oil is brought to the surfacethrough special pipes
 
Planner for Guided Reading Plus:
Phase One
Group Focus:_ Compare and Contrast____________ Date:_____________ Lesson #2 (DAY 2 and 3)
Fluent Writing, PhonologicalAwareness, and PhonicsOrientation to New Book Orientation to New Book After Reading New BookWords for Fluent Writing:Phonological/PhonemicAwareness:Phonics (Letter Word Work):
Long i and Short i
Title: Oil: A Messy ResourceLevel: 20Orientation to New Book:
Predict what you are going to readabout today based on the title beingcalled Oil: A Messy ResourceWhat is the machine called that weuse to dig for oil?Read Pages 8-12
 
Unfamiliar Language Structures:
Relevant Vocabulary:New and Important Words:
Leak: to accidently allow liquid orgas to escapeResource: a supply of somethingvaluable or very usefulWells: deep holes that are dug intothe ground to get water, gas, or oilOil tanker: a ship that carries oilacross the oceanShow the picture of the oil rigDiscussion Prompts/ Post ReadingQuestions:Why are oil spills so harmful? (killsanimals, plants, and people)What else besides wells can causeoil spills? (oil tankers)Continue with the Cause and EffectT chart:Cause: Oil Rig Caught FireEffect: people were killed, the oilrig burned and sank into the water,or oil began to leak into the oceanCause: Oil leaked into the oceanEffect: plants and animals werecovered and killed, the oil floated tothe shore and covered everything
 
Planner for Guided Reading Plus:
Phase One
Group Focus:_ Compare and Contrast____________ Date:_____________ Lesson #4 and 5 or 5 and 6
Fluent Writing, PhonologicalAwareness, and PhonicsOrientation to New Book Orientation to New Book After Reading New BookWords for Fluent Writing:Phonological/PhonemicAwareness:Phonics (Letter Word Work):
Long i and Short iTitle: Oil: A Messy ResourceLevel:20Orientation to New Book:Cut out the comprehension cardsand the quick check comprehensionquestions. Play the game with thestudents while discussing theanswers and having the studentssearch for the answers whenneeded within their books.Unfamiliar Language Structures:Relevant Vocabulary:New and Important Words:Leak: to accidently allow liquid orgas to escapeResource: a supply of somethingvaluable or very usefulWells: deep holes that are dug intothe ground to get water, gas, or oilOil tanker: a ship that carries oilacross the oceanShow the picture of the oil rigDiscussion Prompts/ Post ReadingQuestions:

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