Lesson: 1: Difference Between Explicit Information and Drawing Conclusions

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Lesson Objective

Students will be able to identify the difference between explicit information and drawing conclusions.

Lesson Plan

(I)                will explain the difference between explicit information and drawing conclusions. (Explicit information is information that is right there in the text. Drawing conclusions requires the reader to use background knowledge, textual clues and pictures to identify meaning.) I will read the short passage “Caught in a Lie” and read one example of an explicit information question / answer and one example of a conclusion question / answer. (Passage and questions are provided.) I will model how to identify each question type. (Explicit information questions require readers to look for the answer in the text. Conclusion questions require readers to look for the answer in the text and think about what they already know about the subject in order to answer the question.)
 
(We)           will read the one of the Concepts of Comprehension reading passages (provided on website; teachers will have to choose an appropriate passage for students) and answer the questions. I will identify the questions as either explicit information or conclusion questions.
 
(You)          will read another Concepts of Comprehension reading passage (provided on website; teachers will have to choose an appropriate passage for students) and answer the questions. You will identify the questions as either explicit information or drawing conclusions questions.


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"Caught in a Lie" Reading Passage   Reading Passage
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3rd Grade Drawing Conclusions Reading Passages Reading Passage
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