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Lesson 3: Cause and Effect Relationships
The Gunniwolf is a book full of events that get kids asking why and what. They note several events on a chart, and then discuss how they think the instructor is able to determine the causes and effects they find. They continue reading the story and choose one event to draw, they write a caption for their picture that explains what the cause and effect of the event is.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 16 Views 45 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Lesson 1:Cause and Effect Signal Words
Give your class a strategy they can use when trying to identify cause and effect relationships in text. You'll model, and they'll practice using signal words to quickly identify cause and effect. They focus on signal words such as, if, the, because, and since.
3rd Language Arts 17 Views 35 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Implicit Cause and Effect Relationships
Cause and effect relationships can be found in both fiction and non-fiction texts. As they read the book, The Planets by Gail Gibbons, learners keep an eye out for cause and effect relationships. They chart all of the causes and effects related to each major event in the book.
3rd Language Arts 6 Views 31 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Researching Cause and Effects
Demonstrate for young researchers how to use a cause and effect graphic organizer to assist in analyzing and organizing data. Included with the resource are detailed directions, a completed model, and a blank template. Adaptations, extensions, and links are also provided.
7th - 12th Language Arts 40 Views 95 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Lesson 1: Effects
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a perfect book to use when your class is ready to learn about cause and effect. They consider the meanings of the words cause and effect as you read the story. Working together you'll identify, discuss, and chart each cause and effect relationship encountered in the story.
1st Language Arts 26 Views 88 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Signal Words in Expository Text
Signal words are one way that authors make the relationships between their ideas clear. Allow your learners the chance to investigate cause and effect in texts by identifying signal words. They locate and analyze cause-and-effect relationships present in a nonfiction article after participating in guided practice where they work through several passages with the teacher.
4th - 6th Language Arts 41 Views 340 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Cause and Effect
Cause and effect relationships are analyzed through reading If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Children describe cause and effect relationships as they appear in the story by writing them on sentence strips. The PowerPoint used in this lesson is included.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 20 Views 219 Downloads
Researching Causes and Effects
Do you have Inspiration software at your school? Use the tools in the program to create a cause and effect diagram that can be developed into a written report and presentation. Learners choose their own topics to research and have a template to guide their writing.
6th - 12th Language Arts 5 Views 7 Downloads
Understanding Cause and Effect
Students read and respond to a story titled A Sound of Thunder, about what happens when a man time travels. In this cause and effect lesson plan, students discuss the effects of going back in time and changing the future.
8th - 11th Language Arts 23 Views 119 Downloads
Cause and Effect with Photo Story
Third graders explore cause and effect relationships. In this reading comprehension lesson, 3rd graders read the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and discuss the cause and effect relationships in the book. Students use Photo Story 3 and create a foldable cookie booklet of the cause and effect relationships.
3rd Language Arts 10 Views 4 Downloads
Cause and Effect with the Treasure of Green Lake
Students read and analyze the storyline of Holes by Louis Sachar. In this reading comprehension activity, students examine the cause-and-effect relationships from the story and answer questions about the plot. Students utilize dominoes to play a cause-and-effect game.
4th - 7th Language Arts 5 Views 121 Downloads
Cause and Effect with T-Chart and Foldables
Students discover cause and effect relationships in a fun classroom activity. In this logic lesson, students read the book If You Take a Mouse to School and begin to discuss the cause of specific actions in society. Students create a giant folding t-chart that can hide the cause or effect to encourage studying.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 5 Views 127 Downloads
Students explore cause and effect. In this reading comprehension instructional activity, students define and describe examples of "cause and "effect." Students listen to Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes and contribute examples of cause and effect illustrated in the story to add to a cause and effect classroom chart.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 8 Views 24 Downloads
Third graders describe cause and effect. In this implicit effects lesson students name the implicit effects in the story Two Ways to Count to Ten: A Liberian Folk Tale by Ruby Dee. Students analyze the story to find details to support their findings.
3rd Language Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
“I Can” Common Core! 3rd Grade Reading
Third grade readers are given clear learning goals with this Common Core checklist. By turning each reading standard into an I can statement, children can focus on mastering the required grade level skills.
3rd Language Arts 30 Views 34 Downloads CCSS: Designed
“I Can” Common Core! 4th Grade Reading
Reading is an important part of fourth grade curriculum and the Common Core standards. Help your learners comprehend exactly what they are learning about reading with a checklist. Each of the standards is represented and simplified slightly.
4th Language Arts 20 Views 16 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Cause and Effect Relationships
Cause and effect relationships can be found in life and in literature. Enthusiastic readers will find and discuss all of the cause and effect relationships in the story, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. The lesson is somewhat scant and includes several standards that may not be met without further development of the lesson overall.
1st - 3rd Language Arts 31 Views 133 Downloads CCSS: Designed