Reading Comprehension Lesson Plan BUNDLE for 2nd grade Interactive Read Aloud

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    Description

    This reading comprehension bundle is perfect for interactive read-aloud mini lessons or maxi lessons and contains five different units. 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Lesson Plans and Questions focus on literature or informational text standards. All standards are covered by the conclusion of the year. Standard-based assessments are included.

    Each reading unit is standards-based and includes complete lesson plans, graphic organizers for formative assessment with digital and print options. (Digital options are available with TpT Easel.)

    Bundled Reading Units for the Entire Year- These close reading workshop lesson plans were created for teachers BY a teacher. Each of these units provides 4-6 weeks of detailed Reading instruction. Lessons include essential questions based on Reading Standards, a mini-lesson (or sometimes a maxi-lesson), a gradual release of responsibility framework, an introduction to a standard, a close reading with the focus on fluency, comprehension, or vocabulary. Formative assessments are included.

    Additional Differentiated Standards-Based Assessment with rubrics, an area for student input, and differentiated options have been added since June 2018.

    These are the concepts/Standards that are covered in Unit 1:

    A close look at characters and an introduction to Reading Workshop

    Genre focus: Realistic Fiction and some Fantasy

    RL.1 Asking and answering questions

    RL.2 Recounting stories

    RL.3 Character responses to major events and challenges

    RL.4 Word meaning

    RL.5 Story structure- how the beginning introduces a story and the end concludes the story

    RL.6 Point of View

    RL.7 Information gained from illustrations

    RL.9 Compare and contrast two versions of the same story

    RL.10 (Text complexity increases throughout the unit)

    Unit 2:

    Informational Text An Introduction to Nonfiction

    Can be used with any type of Informational Text/Nonfiction

    RI.2 Main idea

    RI.3 Connections in concepts/events/procedures

    RI.5 Text features

    RI.6 Author's purpose

    RI.7 Specific images and how they contribute to text

    RI.8 Supporting details that support the author's purpose

    RI.10 (Complexity is high if use technology integration ideas given)

    Unit 3:

    Gripping Characters with a focus on Mysteries

    Genre: Mysteries

    RL.2 Recounting stories

    RL.3 Character responses to major events and challenges

    RL.4 Word meaning

    RL.6 Point of View

    RL.7 Information gained from illustrations

    RL.9 Compare and contrast two versions of the same story

    RL.10 (Complexity builds in this unit. Mysteries are great for inferring and analyzing text)

    Unit 4:

    Informational Text with an integration of the Content Areas (Science- Life Cycles and The Body)

    Genre: Informational Text/Nonfiction

    Technology Integration

    RI.1 Asking and answer questions

    RI.2 Main idea

    RI.4 Word meaning

    RI.5 Text features

    RI.7 Specific images and how they contribute to text

    RI.9 Compare and contrast points of view presented by two texts on the same topic

    RI.10 (Complexity is high if use technology integration ideas that are given in lesson plans)

    Unit 5:

    Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables

    Genre: Folktales, Fairytales, Fables, Fantasy

    RL.1 Asking and answering questions

    RL.2 Recounting stories

    RL.3 Character responses to major events and challenges

    RL.4 Word meaning

    RL.6 Point of View

    RL.7 Information gained from illustrations

    RL.9 Compare and contrast two versions of the same story

    RL.10 (Complexity is high in this unit. Fables and folktales can be especially difficult for younger students to grasp. A high level of support may be needed in this study.)

    All Reading Standards are taught, and ample assessment is available in each unit.

    You can view the thumbnails and read feedback for each unit by clicking on the links below:

    Unit 1 Feedback

    Unit 2 Feedback

    Unit 3 Feedback

    Unit 4 Feedback

    Unit 5 Feedback

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    Teaching Duration
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 2–3 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
    Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic.
    Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text.
    Explain how specific images (e.g., a diagram showing how a machine works) contribute to and clarify a text.
    Identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.

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