1. Students should know that the FCAT 2.0 is 20% Vocabulary, 25% Reading Application, 25% Literary Analysis, Fiction/Non-fiction and 30% Informational Text and Research Process.
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1. Read aloud your favorite story. As you read, complete the "Strategies for Active Reading" graphic organizer with the students. Use the document camera as you read, think aloud, and complete the organizer so that the students can follow along. Discuss what constitutes "good reading" with the students and have them complete a reading interest survey. Finish by asking those who are willing to bring in their favorite stories to share.
4. What is my fluency rate and Adjusted Maze score? Am I considered fluent or dysfluent and how can I put together a plan for my reading success? 5. How do writers use events from their own lives and
times to generate ideas for writing? 3.1.16. How can stories, poems and plays reflect unique but common characteristics? 2.1.2, 2.1.10, 2.4.4 7. What makes a writer's style unique? 2.1.7 8. How can reading biographical information enhance understanding of an author's work? 2.2.5 9. How will my prior knowledge contribute to my understanding of text? 1.4.1, 1.7.110. How do writer's use language to convey emotion? 1.6.6 11. How are details from text used to support answers and add validity to interpretations? 2.2.212. What strategies can be used to determine the meaning of complex word/phrase relationships? 1.6.8 15. How does setting a purpose for reading relate to reading rate? 1.5.1 16. How will the reader's background knowledge impact an analysis of the author's message? 1.7.1 17. What fluency strategies can I use to enhance my comprehension? 1.5.118. How do reader's engage in thoughtful discussion of literary works to deepen understanding of text? 5.2.1, 5.2.3
Extending Thinking Lesson:
1. How does one prepare for and engage in a discussion to analyze literature? 1.6.1, 1.6.22. How are different types of context clues used to reveal the meaning of unfamiliar and multiple meaning words? 1.7.8 (Inductive)