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[Unit 1Replace the ON Expectations with British Columbias PLO

OL: Oral Language

R/V: Reading/Viewing

W/R: Writing/Representing

Unit 1 What Is a Story?Lesson Instructional FocusPrescribed Learning Outcomes

Launching the Unit

Lets Talk

VocabularyOL A1: Use speaking and listening to interact with others for the purposes of contributing to a class goal, exchanging ideas on a topic, and making connections

R/V B4: View and demonstrate comprehension of visual texts

R/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including concepts about print and concepts about books, elements of stories, text features, and the vocabulary associated with texts

Lets Read: Narrative

The Turnip GardenR/V B7: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including retelling and beginning to summarize

R/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including elements of stories

W/R C3: Create imaginative writing and representations, sometimes based on models they have read, heard, or viewed, featuring an organization that includes a well-developed beginning and logically ordered, imaginative ideas, or details

Try It Out: Narrative

Pancake Surprise OL A5: Use strategies when expressing and presenting ideas, information, and feelings, including adjusting volume and tone to the needs of the audience

R/V B1: Read fluently and demonstrate comprehension of grade-appropriate literary texts

R/V B5: Use strategies before reading and viewing, including accessing prior knowledge to make connections

R/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including predicting and making connections

R/V B7: Use strategies after reading and viewing to confirm and extend meaning, including discussing with others

R/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including elements of stories

Try It Out: Narrative

Hamster ChaseOL A11: Use the features of oral language to convey and derive meaning, including receptive listening postureR/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including elements of stories

W/R C8: Use writing and representing to extend thinking by presenting new understandings in a variety of forms

Try It Out: Narrative

The Wild, Woolly ChildOL A5: Use strategies when expressing and presenting ideas, information, and feelings, including adjusting volume and tone to the needs of the audienceR/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including elements of stories

W/R C7: Use writing and representing to extend thinking by presenting new understandings in a variety of forms

Lets Listen: Make Connections while You Listen

The BearOL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections made

OL A4: Use strategies when interacting with others, including making and sharing connections

OL A2: Use speaking to explore, express, and present ideas, information, and feelings, by sharing connections made

Lets Write: Choose a Big IdeaOL A6: Use strategies when listening to make and clarify meaning, including recalling main ideasW/R C4: Use strategies before writing and representing, including generating, selecting, developing, and organizing ideas from personal interest, prompts, models of good literature, and/or graphicsW/R C1: Create personal writing and representations that express connections to personal experiences, ideas, likes, and dislikes, featuring idea developed through the use of relevant details that connect to a topic

Lets Look at Media: Identify Purpose and Audience

Tell a Book by Its CoverOL A2: Use speaking to explore, express, and present ideas, information, and feelings, by staying on topic in a focused discussionR/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including concepts about print and concepts about books

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view, by expressing an opinion supported with reasons

Lets Read: Make Connections

Its Not My Fault!OL A2: Use speaking to explore, express, and present ideas, information, and feelings by sharing connections madeR/V B9: Read and view to expand knowledge, by predicting and connecting, and comparing and inferring

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view, by expressing an opinion supported with reasons and making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

Try It Out: Make Connections

The Blink-OffOL A2: Use speaking to explore, express, and present ideas, information, and feelings by sharing connections made

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view, by making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

W/R C8: Use writing and representing to extend thinking by presenting new understandings in a variety of forms

Try It Out: Make Connections

Oonga BoongaOL A5: Use strategies when expressing and presenting ideas, information, and feelings, including adjusting volume and tone to the needs of the audience

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view, by making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

W/R C7: Use writing and representing to express personal responses and opinions about experiences or texts

Try It Out: Make Connections

I Wanna IguanaOL A2: Use speaking to explore, express, and present ideas, information, and feelings, by reporting on a topic with a few supporting facts and details

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view, by making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

W/R C8: Use writing and representing to extend thinking by presenting new understandings in a variety of forms

Unit Assessment OL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections made

R/V B11: Recognize and derive meaning from the structures and features of texts, including concepts about print and concepts about books, and elements of stories

W/R C4: Use strategies before writing and representing, including generating, selecting, developing, and organizing ideas from personal interests, prompts, models of good literature, and/or graphics

OL: Oral Language

R/V: Reading/Viewing

W/R: Writing/Representing

Unit 2 AnimalsLesson Instructional FocusPrescribed Learning Outcomes

Launching the Unit

Lets Talk

VocabularyOL A1: Use speaking and listening to interact with others for the purposes of exchanging ideas on a topic and making connectionsR/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view by making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

R/V B4: View and demonstrate comprehension of visual textsR/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including figuring out unknown words

Lets Read: VisualizeHow Big?OL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections madeR/V B5: Use strategies before reading and viewing, including accessing prior knowledge to make connections

R/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including visualizing

R/V B7: Use strategies after reading and viewing to confirm and extend meaning, including discussing with others

R/V B8: Respond to selections they read or view by making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

W/R C4: Use strategies before writing and representing, including generating, selecting, developing, and organizing ideas from a variety of sources

Try It Out: VisualizeOdd BirdsOL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections made

OL A7: Demonstrate enhanced vocabulary knowledge and usage

R/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including visualizing

W/R C10: Use some features and conventions of language to express meaning in their writing and representing, including words from oral vocabulary, personal word list, and class lists

Try It Out: VisualizeJump or JiggleOL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, including sharing connections madeOL A7: Demonstrate enhanced vocabulary knowledge and usage

R/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including visualizing

W/R C2: Create informational writing and representations about non-complex topics and procedures, featuring developing word choice by using some content-specific vocabulary and details

Try It Out: Visualize

How Polar Bears HuntOL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections madeOL A7: Demonstrate enhanced vocabulary knowledge and usage

R/V B6: Use strategies during reading and viewing to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning, including visualizing

W/R C2: Create informational writing and representations about non-complex topics and procedures, featuring an organization that includes a beginning that signals a topic and ideas that are generally logically sequenced

Lets Read: Identify Characteristics of Information Reports

All About FrogsOL A3: Listen attentively for a variety of purposes and demonstrate comprehension, by sharing connections madeR/V B2: Read fluently and demonstrate comprehension of gr

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