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• • Anchor Charts and Binder Tools • •
• • Close Reading Rationale and Information • •
— Informational Text Standards and Getting Started Ideas
>> Key Ideas and Details First Reading Day One
>> Craft and Structure Second Reading Day Two
>> Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Third Reading Day Three
The tools presented in this notebook cover the following skills.
– RL.3.1 Asking and Answering Questions
– RL.3.2 Genres: Folktales, Fables, and Myths with morals and lessons. * Retelling and recounting stories.
– RL.3.3 Describing characters with specific differentiation for feelings and traits.
– RL.3.4 Using context clues. Literal and Non-literal foldables to focus on idioms
– RL.3.5 Refer to stories, dramas and poems
– RL.3.6 Point of view and perspective
– RL.3.7 Illustrations: To focus on the mood, setting, details and characters.
– RL.3.9 Compare and contrast also with specific focuses on theme and plot
– RL.3.10 Comprehension with tools to record literature.
– RI.3.1 Ask and Answer Questions to cite text evidence with text dependent questions.
– RI.3.2 Main Idea and details to focus on citing evidence to prove the main idea using details to include stated and implied main ideas also with factual and sensory details.
– RI.3.3 Focus on types of texts to include historical, scientific and technical
– RI.3.4 Words and phrases to include context clues, dictionary and strategies.
– RI.3.5 Text features to focus on three types of features such as navigators, types of print and visual features.
– RI.3.6 Point of view demonstrating differentiation between the author and the reader.
– RI.3.7 Illustrations to include photographs, maps and diagrams
– RI.3.8 Text Structure with focus on Compare & Contrast, Cause & Effect and Sequence.
– RI.3.9 Compare and contrast main points and key details
– RI.3.10 Informational Text comprehension
– RF.3.3a Common prefixes and suffixes
– RF.3.3b Latin suffixes Note: Verbiage is derived from Appendix A of the CCSS.
– RF.3.3c Multisyllable Words Note: Verbiage derived from Appendix A of the CCSS.
– RF.3.3d Irregular spelled words
– RF.3.4a Purpose and understanding with a focus on text connections
– RF.3.4b Fluency
– RF.3.4c Confirmation check
The tools presented in this product will serve as useful tools for your current interactive note-booking system. While this product has an abundance of supplies it is not a “one-stop” shop as we all have extra goodies that are our own to insert into our notebooks.
Also take into consideration that the foldables and flap books can serve as standalone curriculum enhancers of common core.
Also included: Tabs, Dividers and Table of Contents for each strand.