October Interactive Read Aloud Lessons Second Grade | Distance Learning

Tiffany Gannon
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    1. Read aloud lessons for the ENTIRE YEAR for SECOND GRADE! Just print and teach! DIGITAL VERSIONS FOR GOOGLE SLIDES TM INCLUDED FOR EACH STORY! Digital IRAs allow you to continue your interactive read alouds when students are distance learning from a remote location. Each month’s lessons include four
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    Read aloud lessons for the whole month of October for SECOND GRADE! Just print and teach! DIGITAL VERSIONS FOR GOOGLE SLIDES TM INCLUDED FOR EACH STORY! This month’s BUNDLE includes four read aloud units geared towards recounting fables and folktales, determining the central message, determining point of view, and comparing and contrasting two or more versions of the same story from different cultures with assignable digital lessons for each day. Each read aloud is designed to cover five days. Read alouds allow us to teach a broad range of standards. You will find that each week’s read aloud will cover many standards, but will focus more heavily on a specific one. This will be the standard assessed at the end of the week to provide evidence of mastery for that standard. Discussions include lots of think alouds, modeling, partner talk, and differentiation geared toward second grade students’ needs.

    Read Aloud Books for October:

    The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot by Scott Magoon

    The Ants and the Grasshopper Narrated by the Fanciful but Truthful Grasshopper by Nancy Loewen

    Adelita by Tomie dePaola

    The Rough Face Girl by Rafe Martin

    Bone Soup by Cambria Evans

    Each set of read aloud plans will include the following:

    • monthly pacing guide
    • interactive anchor charts
    • posters for reading strategies and skills
    • a daily lesson plan for each day of the read aloud (20 total included)...just print and teach!
    • assessing and advancing text dependent questions covering all of Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels for partner talk and whole group discussion each day
    • sticky note template for questions...print your already prepared questions on sticky notes for the week! Questions focus on key ideas and details, craft and structure, and integration of knowledge and ideas.
    • reader’s response printables for each lesson that students will complete independently
    • vocabulary cards and instruction routine
    • weekly assessment
    • mentor sentences for teacher and students
    • Google Slides TM for each lesson for distance learners. You can also use this in your classroom to guide your instruction for that lesson! These are AMAZING!

    Each week will include a craft or directed drawing.

    (Each lesson meets the TN Ready and Common Core Standards.)

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures.
    Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
    Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.
    Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
    Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.


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