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Students explore reading comprehension by reading a children's story in class. In this animal characteristics lesson, students read the story My Tiger Cat and identify the characters, themes and settings of the story. Students complete a vocabulary activity and answer study questions based on My Tiger Cat.
Jump into the ocean to explore different types of sharks! Compare and contrast two sharks. First, read the nonfiction book Shark Attack, and then read informational text about great white sharks and tiger sharks. Finally, learners use the information from the book to compare and contrast the two types of sharks.
Learners explore animals by reading a children's story in class. In this animal habitat lesson, students read the story What Makes a Tiger Hard to See? and discuss the facts and stories presented about tigers. Learners answer study questions about tigers and define several animal related terms.
Practice organizing facts by creating a web with young learners. The teacher begins by introducing the concept of idea webs and modeling their use with three kinds of animals. Then students, using articles and informational texts, create their own web about horses. This activity will help young learners practice their analytical thinking skills.
Upper elementary learners complete a research project. They choose a tiger from the provided list and read an article about it. Next, they complete a graphic organizer with facts about their tiger. To finish, they write a paragraph with the information they have gathered.
First graders play the game of telephone repeating the sentence, "Tiger was prouder than the pretty perfect peacock, prouder than the magnificent menacing monkey, the lazy loud lion, and the walloping water buffalo who worked for the wise man" and discuss if the sentence had changed.