Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1

Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
Advanced Differentiation - Literacy - Grade 1, v1.1
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The following lesson exemplars offer opportunities to work with advanced readers in small groups using stories from the Junior Great Books Dragon Series and a short nonfiction text for comparison. These small group lessons introduce first grade students to key components of Socratic Seminar and critical literacy. These sessions continue to develop your advanced first grade learners’ discourse skills by focusing on proving ideas with text-based evidence. Students read three different texts all from different genres, but with the common element of a topical focus on farming. This session develops readers’ ability to compare and contrast, make text-to-text connections and inferences, all while developing the critical thinking skill of proving with evidence. Each small group reading session is followed by a differentiated writing extension focused on opinion writing, thus meeting the core writer’s workshop learning targets as well.

These small group lessons align with the following long term learning targets from the core curriculum for unit 3:

Reading
 I can describe the characters, setting or events and central message/lesson of a story using illustrations and key details. 1.1.7.7
 I can identify the main topic and retell key details of a text. (nonfiction) 1.2.2.2
 I can make inferences using key details in a text. 1.1.2.2*
 I can describe a connection between two individuals or events in a text.1.2.3.3*
 I can describe the characters, setting or events and central message/lesson of a story using illustrations and key details. 1.1.7.7
 I can compare two texts on the same topic by telling how they are alike and different. 1.2.9.9
 I can use details to describe people, places, things and events.1.2.4.4*

Writing:
 I can discover new words and phrases through reading and apply then in my writing. 1.10.6.6
 I can write opinion pieces by introducing a topic, stating a reason, supplying a reason for the opinion, and providing some sense of closure. 1.6.1.1
 I can use linking words in my writing. 1.10.1.1g
 I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media (e.g., stories, poems, rhymes, songs). 1.8.2.2
 I can work with others to research other writers’ opinions. 1.6.7.7
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