The Daily 5 Checklist
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Week of: March 4, 2013

Types on Non-Fiction

  • Narrative
  • Expository-Text features help us to better undestand the information we are reading. Make sure you list the text feature(s) that help you find your interesting facts.

Daily 5 Work to Complete
Class Non-Fiction Reading & Reading Response
Read to Self
Vocabulary Finds
Battle Book
Project
Time Needed:4800
Mini Lesson
Work to complete
xxx
About 20-25 min.
About 20 min.
xxx
xxx
About 15-20 min
xxx
As you Read
xxx
xxx
About 25 min
Monday
Mini Lesson with Mrs. Ladd
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Genre: NF
Book:WondLa
Pages Read:
Genre: F
2 Stickies for
vocab in chart below
Work on Prezi & Character Map
Tuesday
Mini Lesson:
Fill in the chart for the article read-
Plant Partners Part 2
Article: Plant Partners
Time:23
Pages Read:2
Genre: NF
Book:WondLa
Pages Read:1
Genre: F
2 Stickies for
vocab in chart below
Meet & Discuss with Mrs. Ladd- Work on Prezi &
Character Map
Wednesday
Mini Lesson
Article:Earthquakes
Time:23
Pages Read:2
Genre: NF
Book:WondLa
Pages Read:8
Genre: F
2 Stickies for vocab in chart below
Work on Revising and Editing Prezi
Character Map- Amelia & Out of My Mind
Thursday
Article: Earthquakes
Time:23
Pages Read:2
Genre: NF

‍Book:WonLa

‍Pages Read:3

Genre: F
2 Stickies for vocab in chart below
Work on Revising and Editing Prezi
Character Map- Amelia & Out of My Mind
Friday
Article: Sky Lights
Time: 23
Pages Read:2
Genre: NF
Book: WondLa
Pages Read:2
Genre: F
2 Stickies for vocab in chart below
Work on Revising and Editing Prezi
Character Map- Amelia & Out of My Mind

Weekly Vocabulary List

Vocabulary


Word Prediction Definition

Day
Chapter and
Page Number
Word
Prediction
Sentence used with the word
Definition
Mon.
chapter 6 and page 36
difficult
hard
it was difficult to jump the fence.
not easily or readily done; requiring much labor,skill,or planing to be performed successfully; hard: a difficult job.

Chapter 6 and page 34
reminded
to be told again
my mother had to remind me to wash my hand after i went to the bath room.
to a cause (a person)to remember ; cause (a person) to think (of someone or something)
Tues.
chapter 6 and page 36
unidentified
unknown
the unidentified meat fell to the ground.
torecognizeorestablishasbeingaparticularpersonorthing;verifytheidentity of:
toidentifyhandwriting;toidentifythebearerofacheck.

Chapter 6 and page 40
thrust
puch
Noah thrusted the note from the animal into his pocket.
topushforcibly;shove;putordrivewithforce:
Hethrusthiswaythroughthecrowd.Shethrustadaggerintohisback.
Wed.
Chapter, 9 and page, 61
chamber
small space
The secrets of the chamber of the lights
aroom,usuallyprivate,inahouseorapartment,especiallyabedroom:Sheretiredtoherchamber.

got from TV
worth
how much
that thing is worth a lot of money for a kid like you to be carrying around
good or important enough to justify (what is specified): advice worth taking; a place worth visiting
Thur.
got from TV
fib
lie
he fibbed about his friend inviting him over
a small or trivial lie; minor falsehood

got from TV
convince
to make someone do something
he convinced
his dad to get the shoes
to move by argument or evidence to belief, agreement, consent, or a course of action: to convince a jury of his guilt; A test drive well convince you that this car handles well.
Fri.
got from TV
scram
run away
he scrammed out of the house before anybody saw
to go away; get out (usually used as a command): I said I was busy, so scram.

got from TV
horrible
bad
that day was the most
horrible
day of my life
causing or tending to cause horror; shockingly dreadful: a horrible sight.
Readers Response:

Text Features help you to understand better the information you are reading.

1) List the main idea from each article and the. supporting details for the article you are reading.
2) Also list the type of text feature(s) that helped you better understand what you were reading.





Day
Article Name
Main Idea
SubHeading
Detail #1
Detail #2
Detail #3
SubHeading
Detail #1
Detail #2
Detail #3
SubHeading
Detail #1
Detail #2
Detail #3
Mon.
Example
Breath-Taking Secrets
Insects breathe underwater using special equipment.
Snorklers
Mosquito larva have a built in type of snorkel.
The mosquito larva hangs upside down with its siphon sticking into the air- it allows the larva to dive for 10 min.

Scuba Divers
Scuba Divers don't have to stay near the surface b/c they take their air supply with them.
Giant diving beetles carry an air bubble beneath its hard outer wings. Their air bubble refills as the pressure drops.
The water scavenger beetle has an airtank under its wing covers.It also traps a thin layer of air with its plastron on thousands of tiny hairs under its body. If it need more air, it tilts its head to one side and poke one antanna which allows its hairs to capture more air.




Tues.
Plant Partner Part 2













Wed.
Earthquakes













Thur.
Earthquakes













Fri.
Sky Lights













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