Unit 5: Learning About Ourselves and Our World Reading for Information

  • Lesson 1: Identifying nonfiction
    Lesson 2: Each book is a trip
    Lesson 3: Use the title to figure out the main idea
    Lesson 4: Use what you already know
    Lesson 5: Use title, cover and what you know to read
    Lesson 6: Raders confirm initial thinking
    Lesson 7: Patterns often hold the meaning
    Lesson 8: Make sure reading makes sense, sounds right, and looks right
    Lesson 9: Study the illustrations to learn
    Lesson 10: Readers cross-check meaning
    Lesson 11: Reread title and say facts across fingers
    Lesson 12: Partners share learning
    Lesson 13: Partners keep talk going
    Lesson 14: Readers figure out what unknown words mean
    Lesson 15: Word solving strategies
    Lesson 16: Partnerships study the pictures
    Lesson 17: Readers look between the pictures
    Lesson 18: Partnerships talk about how the picture helped
    Lesson 19: Partnerships reread to work through confusing parts
    Lesson 20: Partnerships play same and different game
    Lesson 21: What the author is trying to teach
    Lesson 22: Partners use patterns
    Lesson 23: Lay books side by side