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Dora DePaolis AIS ELA 7 Aim: Determine Sequence in Selection of Iroquois Legends Do Now: Video: Boundin Objectives: Students

s will identify critical information from a story and put it in the correct sequence NYS ELA Standard 1 Listening and reading to acquire information and understanding involves collecting data, facts, and ideas; discovering relationships, concepts, and generalizations; and using knowledge from oral, written, and electronic sources. Reading Standards for Informational Text 2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text; provide an objective summary of the text.

Materials: Laminated Frames, Poster Putty, laminated story quotes, highlighters, reading passages, SmartBoard Slides Procedures: Take attendance Do Now Activity: Watch video of Boundin (video short available in extra DVD that comes with The Incredibles) o Ask student to put images from film in correct order using SmartBoard o Note: Not every scene is included; Why did I choose these? o Would the story make sense if it was in a different order? o (Replace images in slot 3 & 5) What story is being told now? Teacher will read story How Bear Lost His Tail o Ask student to listen to story 1st o Distribute Passage; 2nd reading students highlight most important actions o Provide students with laminated frame, quotes, & poster putty; ask students to put phrases in order Note: Not exact quotes from story! o Pull up SmartBoard with phrases call up students to put them in correct order Did you highlight these passages in the story? Why did I choose these passages for the assignment? Which sections of the story did you highlight? Why? Teacher will read story Why the Owl has Big Eyes o Ask student to listen to story 1st o Distribute Passage; 2nd reading students highlight most important actions

Provide students with laminated frame, quotes, & poster putty; ask students to put phrases in order o Pull up SmartBoard with phrases call up students to put them in correct order Did you highlight these passages in the story? Why did I choose these passages for the assignment? Which sections of the story did you highlight? Why? Teacher will read story The Bear and the Chipmunk o Ask student to listen to story 1st o Distribute Passage; 2nd reading students highlight most important actions o Call on students for their most important actions in story not quote! Type them on SmartBoard o Ask students to put them in order

Key Question: Why is sequence so important to our understanding of stories? Conclusion: Answer any remaining questions the students may have