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SecondistheBest

Name:Mrs.Taitague,MissSaralu,MissGomez,MissAlquero
Title of Unit:

Lesson Title:

Silly Stories

Duration
of Lesson
(Days):
2 weeks

Date:

Julius
September 14 - 25
Written by Angela Johnson;
Illustrated by Dav Pilkey
Design Question Focus of the Lesson (elements from other DQs may be used as support)
Introducing New
Deepening or
Generating and
Knowledge
Practicing
Testing
Hypotheses
Learning Goal/ Objective: (based on Standards)
RL.2.3 I can describe how characters in a story react to important events in the story.
Learning Targets: (write in the scale below)
2.0 Simpler Content:
3.0 Target
Students will be able to
complete worksheet and
activity with 70% accuracy.

4.0 More Complex:

Students will be able to


Students will be able to
complete worksheet and
complete worksheet and
activity with 8090%
activity with 100% accuracy.
accuracy.
Assessment and Monitoring: (checks for content and desired effect)
Formal Assessment: Teacher will take anecdotal notes on group conversations to see if
students understand how to answer how characters react to important events in the
story.
Summative Assessment: Teacher will grade worksheets for Practice Books to check
for understanding This Little Piggy p 43, Pick a Pet p.44, Mind Your Manners p.45,
Fantasy and Realism Chart p.46, Whats the Sound? P. 47, Who or What? p. 48,
Getting Ready to Respond p. 49, Fantasy and Realism p.53, Spelling Spree p.53.
Formal Assessment: Teacher will check understanding by having student elicit answers
during group discussions on how characters react to important events in the story from
beginning, middle, and the end.
Critical Information Chunks (as determined by learning targets)
Crumbs, imitation, noise, slurped, spread
Sequence: Instructional Strategies /Lesson Activity:
A. Teachers Edition (TE) p. T106-107
1. Daily Message
- Teacher poses Daily message on board. Students read message and discuss questions
on T106-107. Students find words with short vowels, read aloud, and come to the
board to circle them.
2. Daily Language Practice p. T107
- Naming Parts of a Sentence
- Short e, o, and u Sounds
3. How Real Pigs React p. T120 -121

SecondistheBest
Name:Mrs.Taitague,MissSaralu,MissGomez,MissAlquero
- Key Concept: Behavior of Real Pigs
- Teacher introduced new vocabulary words for Julius
- Crumbs, imitation, noise, slurped, spread
- Students read How Real Pigs Reaact on pages 40-41 in textbook.
- Practice Book p. 45 Mind Your Manners
B. Teachers Edition (TE) p. T122-123
4. Teacher uses Story Map (Transparency 1-15) to introduce Fantasy and Realism Chart.
5. Students do page 46 in Practice Book Fantasy and Realism Chart.
6. In whole group setting or reading groups, teacher and students will read Julius asking
the Guiding Comprehension questions on T124-132.
7. Practice Book p.47 Whats the Sound
C. Teachers Edition (TE) p. T134
1. Spelling: Short e, o, and u Words p.134
2. Grammar: Naming Parts of Sentences p. 134
3. Practice Book p.48 Who or What?
4. Writing: A Response-Journal Entry - Practice Book p. 49 Getting Ready to Respond
D. Teachers Edition (TE) p. T65-66
1. Wrapping up: Critical Thinking Questions (p. T147)
- Teacher asks students in whole group setting or guided reading groups the Critical
Thinking Questions 1-4.
- Class will then review their predictions from the chart.
- Practice Book: Means the Same p. 54, Pet Show p. 55.
Adaptations for Unique Student Needs: (ELL, Special Education, Gifted, Students who
lack support for school)
Extra Support/ Intervention: T 125, 126, 131,132
English Language Learners: T 124, 128, 131
- Speak loudly and concise
- Allow for extra time if needed
- Repeat instructions
- Preferential seating
Assignment(s):
Practice Book: This Little Piggy p 43, Pick a Pet p.44, Mind Your Manners p.45,
Fantasy and Realism Chart p.46, Whats the Sound? P. 47, Who or What? p. 48,
Getting Ready to Respond p. 49, Fantasy and Realism p.53, Spelling Spree p.53.
Means the Same p. 54, Pet Show p. 55.
Resources and Materials:
Teachers Edition Reading Houghton Mifflin
Student Textbook Reading Houghton Mifflin
Practice Book
Pencils
Crayons
Chart Paper
Markers