Urban & Rural Communities, Maple Tree & Syrup Plus Reading Bundle Gr. 3-4


$7.97 CAD

This Collection Of 4 Fiction And Non-Fiction Reading Lessons Are Tailored To Integrate Language Based Social Studies Content Into Their Literacy Time. It Is Also An Excellent Resource For Split Grade Teachers Who Would Like Some Independent Subject Material For Their Students! The Social Studies Focus And Literacy Skills Used In Each Activity Are Listed At The Bottom Of The Worksheet. Step By Step: This Resource Is Teacher-Friendly And Easy To Use With Students. Teachers Guide Students Through The Fiction And Non-Fiction Reading Selections Pointing Out Key Terms, Organization And Conventions. Teachers Then Scaffold Student Completion Of The Follow-Up Questions Reinforcing The Key Ideas Of The Chapter. Students Then Independently Complete The Assigned Writing Task Using The Background Knowledge They Have Acquired Through Reading. The Assessments Are Accompanied By Rubrics For Easy Marking. 13 Pages With Answer Key. Topics: 1. Urban & Rural Communities: Students Will Learn The Differences Between Urban And Rural Life In Canada. They Will Look At The Differences Using Five Different Categories: Land Use, Transportation, Population, Buildings, And Physical Features. Literacy Skills: Compare & Contrast: Reading A Chart 2. Maple Tree: Students Will Learn Fun Facts About One Of Canada’S Most Well-Known Symbols. Literacy Skills: Main Idea & Reading For Detail 3. Maple Syrup: Students Will Learn Read About Mrs. Bartons Class Trip To The Sugar Shack. Literacy Skills: Sequencing Bonus Activities: The Move: Students Will Read About The Shaw Familes Move From The City To The Country. Literacy Skills: Cause & Effect, Compare & Contrast Writing Lesson: Complete Paragraphs

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  • Author : Blackburn, Michael

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