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How does reading two books with similar characters help me improve my reading strategies like comparing and contrasting? How does investigating more than one text help build our knowledge?

Common Core Standards 2017-2018 Common Assessments Print Unit 3
Primary - Reading - Grade 1 - Unit 3
Compare and Contrast/ Point of View
In this unit student will begin to compare and contrast characters and settings in literary stories. They will also learn how to distinguish who is telling the story. Essential question (will not fit below) How does the author's point of view shape the text?
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At the beginning of this unit, Students will learn the difference between a character telling the story and a narrator telling the story. Students will hear several books and will determine which point of view the story is being told. At the end of this unit students will hear several gingerbread stories. They will compare and contrast the characters in the stories and determine the setting for each story. Students will use text to text connections to compare and contrast the stories. Students will use several graphic organizers to demonstrate their knowledge.

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Priority standard

1.RL.9:

Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.

RL.1.6:

Identify who is telling the story at various points in a text.

Supporting Standard

1.RL.1:

Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

 

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I can compare the characters and events from two stories.

 

So that I can determine how the stories are alike.

 

I know I have it when I can identify things that are the same from two different stories.

 

 

 

I can contrast the characters and events from two stories.

 

So that I can determine how two stories are different from one another.

 

I know I have it when I can identify things that are different from two different stories.

 

 

 

I can identify the point of view of a story.

 

So that I can determine who is telling the story.

 

I know I have it when I can explain who is telling the story using clue words. 

 

Thinking Strategy: Inferencing

 

 

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compare

contrast

Point of view

Venn Diagram

same

different

alike

similiar

point of view

narrator

first person

third person

 

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Google Docs of Unit 3 Compare and Contrast/ Point of view Lesson Plans 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F9HGVX5M-YFLUc8KVQ96YhNEry6HCTgWAXPKph3HqK8/edit?usp=sharing

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The Day the Crayons Quit- character POV


Who is Melvin Bubble?- character POV


The Diary of a Worm- character POV


The Diary of a Fly- character POV


My buddy Stan-Scott Forsmen book


Biscuit books- narrator POV


Clifford books- character POV


Gingerbread man books- Compare and Contrast









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