All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader

All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
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All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
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All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
All About Severe Weather Informational Text Reader
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Severe weather reader is an interactive reader meant to teach your students all about the science topic of severe weather, help them prepare for intense storms, while allowing students to interact with the text in meaningful ways. Students will focus on asking and answering questions, main idea, making connections on science topics, vocabulary, text features, author's purpose, and visuals in nonfiction text.

Standards Covered:
RI.1 (Asking and Answering Questions)
RI. 2 (Main Idea)
RI. 3 (Connection of scientific ideas)
RI. 4 (Word meaning)
RI. 5 (Text Features)
RI. 6 (Author's Purpose)
RI. 7 (Illustrations to match the text)

An assessment sheet is also attached with a general rubric for standards-based assessments is provided.

Your students will integrate the content area of science with a focus on severe weather into your study in informational text. This download includes 13 student pages and offers opportunities to:

• learn facts
* understand key vocabulary(CC.RI.2.4)
* ask and answer questions (CC.RI.2.1)
* create illustrations to match the text (CC.RI.2.7)
* determine author's purpose (CC.RI.2.6)

Parts of the book have the language of an informational text {factual and all about}. If you're currently working on an informational writing unit of study, this little text is a nice connection. Idea: Students can research additional information and add "Wow Facts" or "Did You Know" bubbles to certain pages in the book.

Directions: Cut the pages in half, assemble, and staple. Allow some time for coloring and illustrating. Use during shared reading or small group reading instruction. Teach the key vocabulary and let the children write definitions in their own words and/or draw pictures to show the meaning of the words. Also, allow students to ask and answer questions about the text. Reread individually or in pairs.

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Copyright © Trina Deboree. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
Total Pages
13 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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