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Label one side What the text is about.
Label the other side: Read the story the Librarian of Basra by Jeanette Winter. Have students record what they are thinking. Guided Practice After you finish reading.
Have students record what they are thinking under the appropriate column. As students write you write your own thinking on the anchor chart.
Have them turn and talk and share their thinking with their partner. Then have them explain what the piece is about.
Remind students that a summary is a short clip about the story and includes the most important details. Remind students that they are going to discuss not what they are thinking or feel about the text but what the text is about.
Have students turn and talk about what is important and record their ideas under the column about the text. Go through the list and remove anything that is not an important detail and combine ideas that make sense to combine.
Compare and contrast the columns. Write a summary based on class discussion that is no more than five sentences long. Independent Practice Students will create the two columns in their reading journal and use it to summarize their independent reading text.
Student will write a summary in 5 sentences or less. Closing Remind students that even though their thinking is the most important, sometimes it is important to summarize a story they way we did.I used to plan my day-to-day lessons like this: Jot notes on what I wanted to teach each day of the week.
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That’s it. Let’s be honest. Who’s got time to write full lesson plans? For every class? Five days a week? There’s no way to know what’ll happen Friday when so much. Lesson Plan Resources 2-Column Note Teaching Strategy See attached Graphic Organizer Summarizing Strategy See below 3-Column Note Teaching Strategy See attached Graphic Organizer 5W & How Organizer Teaching Strategy See attached Graphic Organizer 5W Model Teaching Strategy See attached Graphic Organizer.
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