Day 3 Read and Comprehend Science Article Anthology objECtivEs Thematic Connection: Animal Adaptations Preview a Science Article and Make Predictions Vocabulary Practice Expand Word Knowledge PRogRam REsouRCEs Technology only My Vocabulary Notebook Read with Me MP3 or CD 1, Tracks 10-12 Power Writing Key Words Use Vocabulary Routine 2 to model making a FoldUp Tab for the word seem . * Write the word. * Write the definition. * Draw a picture. * Add a context sentence. Have children write as much as they can as well as they can in one minute about the word predators. For Vocabulary Routine 2, see page BP26. For Writing Routine 1, see page BP35. Assign one Key Word to partners and have each pair create a Fold-Up Tab. Then have them add their sentences to My Vocabulary Notebook. attack attract food message prey recognize shelter water seem Academic Talk to look like or be like Preview and Predict Read aloud the article title and have children do a picture walk. Prompt partners to use inferences to predict what the first section will be about. Explain: I see photographs of a mushroom in daylight and mushrooms that seem to glow in the dark. Ask: What do you think this section will be about? (Possible response: mushrooms and how they glow in the dark) features predators seem The red fish seems bigger than blue fish Fold-Up Tab Have partners turn and talk to make inferences and predictions about the other sections of the article based on their picture walks. Check & Reteach objECtivE: Preview a Science Article and Make Predictions Common CoRE standaRds Reading Use Text Features Read and Comprehend Informational Text Read with Fluency Read with Purpose and Understanding Writing Focus On a Topic Recall Information Language and Vocabulary Use Irregular Verbs Use Knowledge of Language and Its Conventions Determine the Meaning of Words T106 Unit 2 CC.2.Rinf.5 CC.2.Rinf.10 CC.2.Rfou.4 CC.2.Rfou.4.a CC.2.W.5 CC.2.W.8 CC.2.L.1.d CC.2.L.3 CC.2.L.4 Have children explain what information in the photographs helped them make their predictions. If children do not predict something reasonable, have them state the title and reexamine the photographs to find examples of light in each section. Then have them tell what they think the section will be about.