My Name is Yoon is a story about a young immigrant from Korea learning to like her new school in America. A rubric is included for student self assessment and teacher assessment. The activities in this Treasures unit include:
Phonics - identifying short and long o words in the context of an original text. Students then sort long and short o words in a chart. Vocabulary - Students use the glossary in their Treasures text to look up words, then write definitions and a sentence into a foldable.
Quotation Marks - Students edit sentences to include quotation marks
Combining Sentences - Students combine sentences with like subjects or predicates.
Back to Text Questions - Students work with a partner to answer questions on question cards by going back to the text to find specific information to answer the questions.
Writing - Students answer questions on the planning sheet, and their answers help guide their writing. They write about a time they felt scared or lonely and someone helped them feel better.
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