Fourth Grade ELA

Fourth Grade ELA

This session will be recorded for learning purposes. Learning purposes include: a lesson review for students who are absent, students who want to review for a test, etc. and will be distributed for learning purposes. Fourth Grade ELA Chapters 9 & 10 Our Class Norms

Coaches (Teachers) Players (Students) Treat others the way you want to be treated Teach and Help Students Be Nice and Respectful Be Respectful Be Trustworthy

Be Trustworthy Be Fair Treat Students Fairly Have Fun Have Fun Be On Time Be On Time Problem Solve Encourage Students

Encourage Each Other Work Together Be Focused Help Students Reach Their Goals Be Brave Participate Reading Objectives

RL 4.1 Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

RL 4.2 Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text. RL 4.3 Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions). RL 4.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

Language Objectives L.4.5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings. Explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context. Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms,

adages, and proverbs. Demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not identical meanings (synonyms). Your Learning Goals (in student friendly terms) Throughout this unit, I can: Make inferences

Examine the theme/moral of a story Describe characters in depth Identify examples of figurative language Getting Ready to Read Vocabulary Chapters 9-12 Vocabulary Chapters 9Your Challenge: Write each

12word next to its antonym. Teacher Read Aloud Who is the lion? (RL 4.3) Why is Edmund so scared? (RL

4.1) him at all. (But supposing it turns its head? thought Edmund.) In fact it was staring at something else namely a little dwarf who stood with his back to it about four feet away. Aha! thought Edmund. When it springs at the dwarf then will be my chance to escape. But still the lion never moved, nor did the dwarf.

Teacher Read Aloud And now at last Edmund remembered what the others had said about the White Witch turning people into stone. Perhaps this was only a stone lion. And as soon as he had thought of that he noticed that the lions back and the top of its head were covered with opsnow. Of course it must

only be a statue! No living animal would have let itself get covered with snow. Then very slowly and with his heart beating as if it would burst, Edmund ventured to go up to the lion. Even noe he hardly dared to touch it, but at last he put out his hand, very quickly, and did. It was cold stone. He had been frightened of a mere statue! Teacher Read Aloud

What would you do if you were in Edmunds shoes? Would you be scared? Would do something bold like draw a mustache on Aslans face?

RL 4.1 Teacher Read Aloud Do you think that these are all just statues or were they once living creatures that the

Witch turned to stone? RL 4.1 Teacher Read Aloud Predict: What do you think the wolf said to Edmund?

Teacher Read Aloud Teacher Read Aloud Infer: Why is the Witch angry with Edmund? What

do you think she wants to do with the children? RL 4.1 Teacher Read Aloud Predict: What do you think will

happen next? RL 4.1 9 Complete the above activity with your buddy. Teacher

Read Aloud Infer: Based on the title of this chapter, what do you think could happen in this chapter? RL 4.1

Teacher Read Aloud Teacher Read Aloud What was Mrs. Beaver doing while the others were bundling up

to leave? RL 4.2 Why does Mrs. Beaver say they have hope? RL 4.3 Teacher Read Aloud

Why does Mr. Beaver choose to go through the valley? RL 4.2 Teacher Read Aloud Based on how Lucy is

feeling, how would you describe the journey the children and the Beavers are taking? RL 4.3 Teacher Read Aloud What does it mean

when the narrator says the Peters voice sounds pale? RL 4.1, RL 4.4 Teacher Read Aloud What woke everyone in

the cave? Who or what do you think it is? RL 4.1, RL 4.3 Teacher Read Aloud Predict: Based on how Mr. Beaver

acts and what he says, now what do you think the noise is? RL 4.1 Teacher Read Aloud Why would the

children feel solemn at the sight of Father Christmas? RL 4.1, RL 4.3 Team Read Read the rest of the chapter with your team.

Team Read Why would Father Christmas give Peter a shield and a sword? RL 4.1

Team Read What might Father Christmas know that the children do not? RL 4.1 What do his gifts indicate?

RL 4.2, RL 4.3 Team Read Team Read Draw each child with the present they received from Father Christmas.

Closure What did you think of Father Christmas? Did he provide hope or relief to the children? Responding to Reading Through Writing Homework:

RACE Response 2 in Go Formative What are Edmund's thoughts and feelings as he sneaks away to the castle? What would you be thinking and feeling? Reread Chapters 9 and 10 Complete Unit 25 Checkpoint on Chapters 8-9

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