Plan for the Concept, Topic, or Skill -- Not for the Day
How do readers use predicting to comprehend text?
What do students need to learn to be able to answer the Essential Question?
Assessment Prompt 1: What is foreshadowing?
Assessment Prompt 2: How do I make predictions before reading and revise predictions as I read?
Assessment Prompt 3: How do logical predictions that I make as I read help me comprehend?
Teacher Read Aloud and Think Aloud to introduce a foreshadow segment
foreshadow, prediction, revise
Concept Definition Map
Using short segments from a story as examples, the teacher and students complete the concept definition map.
AP: What is foreshadowing?AP: How do I make predictions before reading and revise predictions as I read?
AP: How do logical predictions that I make as I read help me comprehend?
1. Using a picture book or short story, teacher will model/think aloud through predicting and foreshadowing as the story is read aloud.
2. Given a short story or picture book, partners will use the foreshadow map to gather clues from the story.
Ticket Out the Door or Write to Summarize
Plan for the accommodations needed in order to meet the interests,
learning styles, and abilities of all students.
Appropriate grade level Various adopted programs (Daybook, rBook, Voyager, Read XL, etc.),
graphic organizers, trade books