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The Mixed-Up Chameleon
No School. Labor Day.
Essential Question: How do I differentiate between a complete and an incomplete sentence?
Objectives: 2.01d, 2.01e, 2.06, 3.01, 4.05, 5.05a: To distinguish between complete and incomplete sentences
Materials: Transparency 3
Introduce sentences to the children: How can you tell if a group of words forms a sentence? (14N)
Display Transparency 3 and go through it line by line discussing if the words are sentences or not.
Essential Question: How do I plan and make judgments about what to include in written products?
Objectives: 3.05d, 4.07a, 1.04, 3.03, etc.
Teach/model how to develop ideas and topics (47B) using Transparency 7.
Objectives: 4.05, 5.03, 5.05a Generate sentences with the students help. Decide together if the groups of words form sentences or not. Complete practice book page 5.
Have children retell the story of the mixed-up chameleon paying special attention to the story elements and including those details.
Essential Question: How do I analyze the text to find the main idea, facts, and details?
Objectives: 2.01a, 2.06, 5.04a
Give students a sample journal entry (transparency 7) and have them identify the topic of the piece. Discuss.
Essential Question: What conventions do I pay attention to in my writing?
Objectives: 5.02, 5.05a
Who is the most important character in the mixed-up chameleon?
Why is the chameleon unhappy?
Where does the chameleon go?
Write their answers on the board pointing out the correct capitalization and punctuation. Have children read them to make sure they’re complete sentences. Continue to ask questions about the story and form sentences. Make the children answer in complete sentences.