Lesson: Supporting Answers with Evidence II
Objective: Students will be able to answer their questions about a text and provide evidence for those answers.
Do Now: What does the K and the W stand for when we are using our KWL chart? Why are we using this chart to help us read?
Opening: Yesterday we continued practicing how to start asking questions before we started reading and how important it is to do so. Today we are going to continue with our KWL charts and actually start reading and answering those questions and providing evidence for those answers. We have our questions, let’s get into the text and start answering them!
Direct Instruction (I DO):
Before I can start reading, I need to take a look at my questions so I know what I should be looking for while I am reading. This helps me to focus on certain things and not get overwhelmed by all the other information.
Read through pgs. 249-252. During this time, if you come to a spot in the text where you have answered one of your questions, use a post-it note to document where you found it and what question you answered.
Do this for all the questions that were able to answer in that section.
After reading through the end of the section on page 15, stop and talk about how you have to record that information.
Next, explains that there might have been some other information that you learned that weren’t part of your questions. These facts/bits of information need to be recorded too.
Once the chart is all filled in, I want to write a small summery of what I learned from the section I read.
Model writing this summery on chart paper, modeled after the Summery Sheet (see attached file).
Independent Practice (YOU DO):
Students should take their charts they did for homework and re-read the section again and fill in the L column and complete the Summery page (see attached file)
Allow students to share their summaries with the class.
|Lesson 20KWL Summery Page Assessment||
|Lesson 19 KWL Chart Activity||