Opinion, Inform, Narrative Integration BUNDLE [GRADES 4-5]

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Everything But The Books provides you with just that for all of ELA - you'll get the standards-aligned integrated lesson plans, activities, checklists, rubrics, additional readings, outlines, response to literature prompts, essay prompts, and text-based writing prompts; and all you need to get your hands on are the mentor texts!

Using one mentor text in as many subjects and for as many skills as possible helps you maximize your time. There are complete writing, reading, and mentor sentence lesson plans included which are perfect for 4th and 5th grade!

Although these were designed to be done with direct instruction, I have included Google Slides and Forms to the lessons for distance learning and 1:1 activities.

Books needed for the bundle:

Opinion- The Perfect Pet by Margie Palatini, Dr. Coo and the Pigeon Protest by Sarah Hampson, Let The Children March by Monica Clark-Robinson, and The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry

Inform- Shark Lady by Jess Keating, Shaking Things Up by Susan Hood, and Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of Sarah Edmonds by Marissa Moss. I also suggest using Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor by Patricia Valdez, but you can use a similar text instead!

Narrative- The Remember Balloons by Jessie Oliveros, The Chicken-Chasing Queen of Lamar County by Janice N. Harrington, and Martina the Beautiful Cockroach by Carmen Agra Deedy

Don't own these books, or can't buy them? Check your libraries and search for online read-alouds of the text!

Not familiar with mentor sentences? Read all about them here!

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WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Check out the preview for an extensive look at the resource!

OPINION:

There are 29 lesson plans with core anchor standards, objectives, and actions along with printable activities, posters, word lists, articles, samples, and checklists when appropriate.

Many of the lessons have reading AND writing standards covered, so you can use them during any point of your ELA block. I have provided a suggested sequence that completes the unit within 3 weeks. The articles and texts also provide integration with social studies (Civil Rights Movement) and science (environmental conservation).

**Depending on the ELA time allowed in your schedule, this may take more than three weeks to complete!**

MENTOR SENTENCE LESSONS

  • The Perfect Pet by Margie Palatini - possessives
  • Dr. Coo and the Pigeon Protest by Sarah Hampson - complex sentences
  • The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry - vivid verbs

OPINION ESSAY WRITING LESSONS

  • Introduction to Opinions
  • (THREE) Brainstorming Lessons
  • Outline Opinion Essays
  • Reasons For Opinions
  • Using Transitions
  • Supporting Details
  • Solving a Problem Quick Write
  • Research Facts
  • Opinion Essay

MENTOR TEXT LESSONS

  • Identifying Opinions
  • (TWO) Identifying Reasons
  • (THREE) Response To Literature **CHECKLIST AND RUBRIC INCLUDED!**
  • Compare Two Mentor Texts
  • Connection to Nonfiction Article (see Paired Text Lessons below)

READING LESSONS TIED TO OPINION AND POINT OF VIEW

  • Book Reviews
  • Identifying Supporting Reasons in a Poem
  • Forming Opinion From Informational Text

PAIRED TEXT AND TEXT-BASED WRITING PROMPT LESSONS

  • Two Pairs of Articles (Exotic Pet Roaches and The World's Oldest Communities; and Chopping It Down and Lives at Risk) written by Jessica Ivey (me!) with TDQs and Paired Questions
  • Compare Two Mentor Texts (Dr. Coo and the Pigeon Protest by Sarah Hampson and Let The Children March by Monica Clark-Robinson)
  • Integrate Information in The Greensboro Four Article written by Jessica Ivey and Mentor Text (Let The Children March by Monica Clark-Robinson) and Respond
  • Compare The Greensboro Four Article written by Jessica Ivey with a Short Video
  • Text-Based Example to Backwards-Outline With Students
  • Text-Based Writing Prompt Using Chopping It Down and Lives at Risk **CHECKLIST AND RUBRIC INCLUDED!**

Sample outlines and prompts are written for you to use with your lessons. There are also bonus extensions included to move from opinion to persuasion!

INFORM:

There are 28 lesson plans with core anchor standards, objectives, and actions along with printable activities, posters, word lists, articles, samples, and checklists when appropriate.

Many of the lessons have reading AND writing standards covered, so you can use them during any point of your ELA block. I have provided a suggested sequence that completes the unit within 3 weeks. The articles and texts also provide integration with social studies (Civil War and famous historical women) and science (ecosystems).

**Depending on the ELA time allowed in your schedule, this may take more than three weeks to complete!**

MENTOR SENTENCE LESSONS

  • Shark Lady by Jess Keating - prepositional phrases
  • Shaking Things Up by Susan Hood - adjectives
  • Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of Sarah Edmonds by Marissa Moss - complex sentences

INFORMATIONAL WRITING LESSONS

  • Brainstorming
  • (TWO) Outline Lessons
  • Headings and Subheadings Creation
  • Research Facts
  • Writing Leads and Endings
  • Practice Introductions and Conclusions
  • Using Transitions
  • Write Biography

MENTOR TEXT LESSONS

  • Narrative Nonfiction
  • Summarizing & Identifying Facts
  • Predicting and Comparing with Two Mentor Texts
  • (THREE) Identify Texts Structures Lessons
  • Analyze and Compare Poems
  • Cause and Effect
  • Comparing to Nonfiction Article (see Paired Text Lessons below)
  • Main Ideas & Add New Details

PAIRED TEXT AND TEXT-BASED WRITING PROMPT LESSONS

  • Integrating Text (Poem from Shaking Things Up by Susan Hood) and Short Video Interview
  • Analyze and Compare Poems from Shaking Things Up by Susan Hood with Paired Questions
  • Integrating Texts from Shaking Things Up by Susan Hood Constructed Response
  • Comparing Texts (Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of Sarah Edmonds by Marissa Moss and Frances Clayton article written by Jessica Ivey)
  • Analyze a Primary Source
  • Comparing Events Over Time In Articles (Frances Clayton article written by Jessica Ivey and Who Was Rosie The Riveter? from Wonderopolis) and Primary Source with Constructed Response
  • Integrate Texts (Frances Clayton article written by Jessica Ivey and Women of the War written by Jessica Ivey) with Paired Questions
  • Text-Based Writing Prompt Using Frances Clayton and Women of the War articles **CHECKLIST AND RUBRIC INCLUDED!**

Sample outlines and prompts are written for you to use with your lessons.

NARRATIVE:

There are 30 lesson plans with core anchor standards, objectives, and actions along with printable activities, posters, additional readings (poem, short story, and folktales), samples, and checklists when appropriate.

Many of the lessons have reading AND writing standards covered, so you can use them during any point of your ELA block. I have provided a suggested sequence that completes the unit within 3 weeks.

**Depending on the ELA time allowed in your schedule, this may take more than three weeks to complete!**

MENTOR SENTENCE LESSONS

  • The Remember Balloons by Jessie Oliveros - dialogue
  • The Chicken-Chasing Queen of Lamar County by Janice N. Harrington - similes
  • Martina the Beautiful Cockroach by Carmen Agra Deedy - modifiers

NARRATIVE WRITING LESSONS

  • (TWO) Brainstorming Lessons
  • (TWO) Planning Lessons
  • Descriptive Details
  • Quickwrite Lessons
  • Writing From a Picture
  • Character Creation
  • Writing Leads and Endings
  • Continue The Story
  • Fictional Narrative Writing Creation

**CHECKLIST AND RUBRIC INCLUDED!**

MENTOR TEXT LESSONS

  • (TWO) Figurative Language Lessons
  • Inference
  • Contributing Visuals
  • Character Traits
  • Response to Literature
  • Character Response to Challenges
  • Theme

OTHER TEXT LESSONS

  • Analyze Poetry
  • Identify Sensory Details in Poetry
  • Inferring and Predicting in Poetry
  • Detailed Setting in a Short Story
  • Theme of Folktale
  • Comparison of Two Folktales with Similar Approaches

PAIRED TEXT AND TEXT-BASED WRITING PROMPT LESSONS

  • Folktales Comparison and TDQs
  • Text-Based Writing Prompt Using Two Folktales **CHECKLIST AND RUBRIC INCLUDED!**

Sample outlines and prompts are written for you to use with your lessons.

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HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM JIVEY'S OTHER RESOURCES?

My other resources do not provide explicit sequenced weekly lesson plans so that you can move in and out of each unit as you need and go in any order you'd like. This unit has explicit lesson plans along with paired texts; mentor text activities; response to literature; mentor sentences; writing organizers, prompts, and samples; as well as text-based writing prompts and samples.

These sets will NOT use any of the books or articles previously used in other resources!

If you'd like reading activities without the lesson plans so you can use them freely throughout the year, check these links:

  • Better Than Basal (reading organizers and activities and writing prompts for mentor texts)
  • Paired Texts (paired articles with TDQs and constructed response prompts)

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Please remember, this purchase is for the use of one teacher. It is not intended to be shared. Please use the 'additional license' purchase if more than one teacher will be using it. Thank you!

*The mentor sentence lessons I have created are adapted from the ideas of Jeff Anderson. These lessons were born from the routine that worked well in my classroom, and the demos and examples I present are variations of Jeff Anderson's methods. This is not the only way to "do" mentor sentences in your classroom.*

Copyright © 2019 Ideas By Jivey, LLC

All rights reserved by author, Jessica Ivey.

Permission to copy for single classroom use only.

Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.

Not for public display.

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Total Pages
368 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
3 months
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