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Title: I See Animals Hiding


1
I See Animals Hiding
  • Open Court Unit 3 Lesson 1
  • Day 1

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Camouflage
  • What do you already know about camouflage?
  • Have you ever played hide and seek?
  • What makes a good hiding place?
  • Have you ever seen any animals that hide in
    nature?
  • Have you ever had a hard time seeing an animal
    even though it was very close to you?

3
Background Knowledge
  • Good readers use the information that they
    already know to help them understand a story.
  • Why do you think animals might need to camouflage
    themselves?
  • Have you already read any books about animal
    camouflage?

4
Genre
  • What different types of stories have we read so
    far this year?
  • During this unit we will be reading a new genre
    called expository text.
  • During this unit you will also learn how to use
    parts of books, like titles, chapter headings and
    tables of contents to find information in the
    text.

5
Background Information
  • Some animals are able to change their color to
    match their surroundings. This is called color
    change.
  • Some animals naturally resemble their
    surroundings. This is called blending.
  • Many times, camouflage protects animals from
    predators. Camouflage helps these animals hide.
  • Camouflage can also help animals to sneek up on
    their prey.

6
About the Author and Illustrator
  • Phyllis Limbacher Tildes studied art at the Rhode
    Island School of Design. She loves to write and
    illustrate childrens books. She enjoys studying
    nature and incorporates this interest into her
    books. Her book Baby Animals Black and White was
    an American Bookseller Pick of the Lists book.

7
Discussing the Read Aloud
  • How does this read aloud relate to animal
    camouflage?
  • What did you learn about animal camouflage?
  • How did this story change your ideas about animal
    camouflage?

8
Setting Goals
  • Good readers set goals when they are reading. It
    is important to set goals whenever you are
    reading a book, because it is important to know
    why you are reading something.
  • Look at pages 236-237 in your Student Anthology.
  • Read the paragraph silently to yourself.
  • What does this page make you think about?
  • Do you have any predictions about what
    information we may learn from reading the
    selections in this unit?

9
Understanding Animal Camouflage
  • During this unit, you will be learning a lot of
    information about animal camouflage.
  • While we are reading the selections in this unit,
    think about the following questions
  • Why might understanding animal camouflage be an
    important part of learning about nature?
  • Is there anything about animal camouflage that
    you are wondering about?
  • What might we learn about animal camouflage from
    reading stories and nonfiction books?
  • Have you already read some books about animal
    camouflage? What did you learn from them?

10
Building Background
  • How do animals protect themselves in the wild?
  • How might a tigers stripes or a polar bears
    white fur help to protect them?
  • Name and describe any animals that you know of
    that have different colors and patterns.

11
Genre
  • This story is an example of expository writing.
  • Remember that expository texts are nonfiction
    works that are written to inform or to explain.
  • Examples of expository texts include newspapers,
    magazines, textbooks, or encyclopedia articles.
  • This story tells about real animals and includes
    pictures to add information.

12
Preview and Prepare
  • Look at your book.
  • Look for any clues, problems, or wonderings that
    you may have.
  • Be ready to share them with the rest of the class.

13
natural
  • It is natural for animals to be shy and hide.

14
natural
  • It is natural for animals to be shy and hide.

15
natural
  • It is natural for animals to be shy and hide.
  • Flying is natural for birds.

16
natural
  • It is natural for animals to be shy and hide.
  • Flying is natural for birds.

17
natural
  • It is natural for animals to be shy and hide.
  • Flying is natural for birds.
  • Definition Something that happens without being
    made, or something that isnt taught.

18
natural
  • The natural way for a bird to move is by flying.
    Its natural home is its nest.

19
unaware
  • Even when they are caught unaware out in the
    open, wild animals try to hide.

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unaware
  • Even when they are caught unaware out in the
    open, wild animals try to hide.

21
unaware
  • Even when they are caught unaware out in the
    open, wild animals try to hide.
  • My brother caught me unaware and played a trick
    on me.

22
unaware
  • Even when they are caught unaware out in the
    open, wild animals try to hide.
  • My brother caught me unaware and played a trick
    on me.

23
unaware
  • Even when they are caught unaware out in the
    open, wild animals try to hide.
  • My brother caught me unaware and played a trick
    on me
  • Definition not ready, or surprised

24
unaware
  • The hen was unaware the fox was sneaking up
    behind it.

25
camouflage
  • Because of this protective coloration, called
    camouflage, wild animals can hide by simply
    staying still and blending in.

26
camouflage
  • Because of this protective coloration, called
    camouflage, wild animals can hide by simply
    staying still and blending in.

27
camouflage
  • Because of this protective coloration, called
    camouflage, wild animals can hide by simply
    staying still and blending in.
  • Camouflage, or disguise, helps animals hide.

28
camouflage
  • Because of this protective coloration, called
    camouflage, wild animals can hide by simply
    staying still and blending in.
  • Camouflage, or disguise, helps animals hide.

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camouflage
  • Because of this protective coloration, called
    camouflage, wild animals can hide by simply
    staying still and blending in.
  • Camouflage, or disguise, helps animals hide.
  • Definition coloring or disguise to help hide

30
camouflage
  • The frog used its camouflage to hide.

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wariest
  • Of all wild animals, deer are the wariest.

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wariest
  • Of all wild animals, deer are the wariest.

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wariest
  • Of all wild animals, deer are the wariest.
  • She is the wariest of making a mistake.

34
wariest
  • Of all wild animals, deer are the wariest.
  • She is the wariest of making a mistake.

35
wariest
  • Of all wild animals, deer are the wariest.
  • She is the wariest of making a mistake.
  • Definition scared, or careful about doing
    something

36
wariest
  • These animals are the wariest of all, always
    looking out for danger.

37
slithering
  • I see a garter snake slithering through the grass.

38
slithering
  • I see a garter snake slithering through the grass.

39
slithering
  • I see a garter snake slithering through the
    grass.
  • The snake was slithering across the rock.

40
slithering
  • I see a garter snake slithering through the
    grass.
  • The snake was slithering across the rock.

41
slithering
  • I see a garter snake slithering through the
    grass.
  • The snake was slithering across the rock.
  • Definition sliding, gliding or creeping to move.

42
slithering
  • The snake was slithering back and forth across
    the ground.

43
invisible
  • You will see just how invisible a snowshoe hare
    can be.

44
invisible
  • You will see just how invisible a snowshoe hare
    can be.

45
invisible
  • You will see just how invisible a snowshoe hare
    can be.
  • The wind is invisible. We cannot see it.

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invisible
  • You will see just how invisible a snowshoe hare
    can be.
  • The wind is invisible. We cannot see it.

47
invisible
  • You will see just how invisible a snowshoe hare
    can be.
  • The wind is invisible. We cannot see it.
  • Definition not able to be seen

48
invisible
  • The insect was invisible. You could see right
    through it.

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Additional Vocabulary
  • unnoticed unseen
  • hide to go where one cannot be seen
  • dangers situations that are not safe
  • shy easily frightened timid
  • porcupine an animal that is covered with long
    sharp quills that are used for protection

50
More Vocabulary
  • surroundings the things around someone or
    something
  • summer season of the year with warmer months
  • woodland a forest
  • meadows grassy fields

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Even More Vocabulary
  • autumn season of the year from September to late
    December
  • coats an animals fur or hair
  • winter season of the year
  • compare tell how things are alike
  • contrast tell how things are different

52
Still More Vocabulary
  • colors green, blue, red, brown, etc.
  • patterns repeating sets of colors and shapes
  • match something that looks similar to something
    else
  • woodcocks a type of bird
  • birds animals with feathers
  • deer an animal with hooves that eats plants
  • shed to let something fall off

53
Kinds of Sentences
  • Declarative (.)
  • Telling Sentence
  • Interrogative (?)
  • Asking Sentence
  • Exclamatory (!)
  • Strong Emotion
  • Imperative (.)
  • Commanding Sentence

54
Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Mammals are warm blooded animals.

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Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Mammals are warm blooded animals.

Declarative
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Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Are kangaroos mammals?

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Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Are kangaroos mammals?

Interrogative
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Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Please put that hamster back in its cage.

59
Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • Please put that hamster back in its cage.

Imperative
60
Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • I hate snakes!

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Practice with the Kinds of Sentences
  • I hate snakes!

Exclamatory
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I See Animals Hiding
  • Open Court Unit 3 Lesson 1
  • Day 2

63
Selection Vocabulary
  • natural not learned or taught, but something one
    is born with
  • unaware not watchful or mindful
  • camouflage animal coloration disguise
  • wariest most cautious and alert
  • slithering sliding, gliding, or creeping
  • invisible not able to be seen

64
Synonyms
  • Synonyms Choose the word that means the same or
    about the same as the underlined word.
  • Deer are the wariest of all wild animals.
  • most careful
  • careless
  • The snake was slithering through the grass.
  • hopping
  • gliding

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Additional Vocabulary
  • discover to find out
  • snowshoe hares a type of rabbit
  • arctic foxes a type of fox looks like a small
    dog
  • long-tailed weasels a small animal with a long
    tail
  • owls a type of bird with a round head and large
    eyes

66
Comprehension Strategies
  • Asking Questions Who? What? When? Where? Why?
    How?
  • Monitoring and Clarifying I didnt understand
    this part. Maybe I should read it again or ask a
    question.
  • Summarizing In my own words

67
Discussing Strategy Use
  • How did you clarify confusing words and passages?
  • What questions did you ask as you read?
  • Where did you pause in the reading to summarize?

68
Meet the Author and Illustrator
  • How has James Aronskys home been important in
    his books?
  • What observations from nature do you think James
    Aronsky used when he wrote and illustrated I See
    Animals Hiding?
  • Look at the illustrations in I See Animals
    Hiding. How does James Aronsky make you feel
    like you are a part of the scene?

69
Word Sort
  • a_e ai_ ay_

70
End Marks (Punctuation)
  • Remember that there are four different kinds of
    sentences that use different types of punctuation
    or end marks.
  • declarative tells the reader something uses a
    period (.)
  • interrogative asks the reader a question uses a
    question mark (?)
  • imperative requests that the reader do
    something uses a period (.)
  • exclamatory shows excitement or great feeling
    uses an exclamation mark (!)

71
Expository Writing
  • Expository writing does two things. It explains
    how to do something, or it gives information
    about something.
  • Examples
  • A summary of an article that you read
  • Giving directions to give a dog a bath
  • Writing a review of a book that you read
  • Writing a report about your favorite animal

72
Summaries
  • A summary paragraph tells the main idea and main
    points of a longer piece of writing.
  • Summary Tips
  • Always tell the main idea of each paragraph
  • The main idea is sometimes found near the
    beginning of each paragraph
  • Use your own words when you write a summary
  • Do not copy sentences from the paragraphs you are
    summarizing

73
Giving Directions
  • Sometimes you need to write directions for
    others. You will need to write clear directions
    so that others can understand you.
  • Planning is the most important step for this kind
    of writing. Think about all the steps that there
    are to do something. You need to make sure that
    each step is in the right order. Also, think
    about your reader, and decide what your reader
    will need to know.

74
Book Reviews
  • Writing a book review is a way to share a book
    you have read.
  • There are two types of book reviews
  • Fiction
  • Non-fiction
  • Each book review will have two parts
  • What the book is about
  • How you feel about the book

75
Reports
  • When you write a report you need to think about
    the following questions
  • What is going to be you topic?
  • How are you going to learn about it?
  • How are you going to write about it?
  • First, you must choose a topic.
  • Next, you can look in many different places to
    find information for your report. Can you think
    of any places that you could get information for
    a report?
  • Then, you take notes about your topic.
  • Finally, you use your notes to write about your
    topic.

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I See Animals Hiding
  • Open Court Unit 3 Lesson 1
  • Day 3

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Selection Vocabulary
  • natural not learned or taught, but something one
    is born with
  • unaware not watchful or mindful
  • camouflage animal coloration disguise
  • wariest most cautious and alert
  • slithering sliding, gliding, or creeping
  • invisible not able to be seen

78
Antonyms
  • Antonyms Choose the word the means the opposite
    of the underlined word.
  • The rabbit was unaware of the fox lurking behind
    the tree.
  • careful
  • not knowing
  • It is natural for a fish to swim.
  • a. innate
  • b. unnatural

79
Additional Vocabulary
  • limb a tree branch
  • stream a body of flowing water
  • reeds a tall grass with long, thin, hollow stems
  • enemies those who hate and want to harm or
    destroy one another

80
More Vocabulary
  • moth a type of insect that looks like a
    butterfly but is not brightly colored
  • trout a type of fish
  • speckled trout a type of fish with spots
  • garter snake a small brown or green snake with
    yellow stripes on its back
  • bittern type of bird with long, stick-like legs

81
Comprehension Skills
  • Compare and Contrast
  • _________ and _________ are the same because
    __________.
  • _________ and _________ are different because
    __________.
  • When talking about the similarities and
    differences in the story, remember to use these
    phrases to create complete sentences.

82
Checking Comprehension
  • If you look again at the tree, a meadow, a pile
    of leaves, or a snowy hill, what might you see?
  • The screech owl blends with the bark of the tree.
    How are the owls feathers like the bark?
  • Why do animals need camouflage?

83
Point of View
  • Who is telling the story?
  • Is the storyteller in the story?
  • How do you know?
  • There are two different kinds of point of view
  • First person point of view when the storyteller
    takes part in the story (uses the pronoun I)
  • Third person point of view when the storyteller
    is not in the story (uses the pronouns he, she,
    him, her, they, and them

84
Rhyming Strategy
  • What are some words that rhyme with rate?

85
Kinds of Sentences
  • Declarative
  • Telling Sentence
  • Interrogative
  • Asking Sentence
  • Exclamatory
  • Shows strong emotion
  • Imperative
  • Commanding Sentence

86
Giving Directions
  • Sometimes you need to write directions for
    others. You will need to write clear directions
    so that others can understand you.
  • Planning is the most important step for this kind
    of writing. Think about all the steps that there
    are to do something. You need to make sure that
    each step is in the right order. Also, think
    about your reader, and decide what your reader
    will need to know.

87
Using a good graphic organizer
Fill the tub.
Put dog in tub.
Wash and rinse the dog.
Take dog out and dry it.
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Tips for Writing How to do Something
  • Prewriting Make a Plan
  • Picture the steps in your mind.
  • Write your planning notes in order
  • Drafting Put Your Thoughts on Paper
  • Keep your notes in front of you so you dont
    forget any steps
  • As you write, you may think of other steps or
    other things that the reader might need

89
More Tips
  • Revising Be Sure It Makes Sense
  • Ideas Did you forget any steps?
  • Organization Is each step in the right order?
  • Word Choice Make sure you use time and location
    words
  • Editing/Proofreading Look Closely at the Details
  • Conventions Did you check the spelling?
  • Publishing Share Your Work
  • Presentation Neatly write your directions.
  • Have someone try to follow your directions

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I See Animals Hiding
  • Open Court Unit 3 Lesson 1
  • Day 4

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Clares Secret
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brother
93
school
94
sign
95
won
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from
97
are
98
does
99
give
100
some
101
to
102
what
103
you
104
your
105
full
106
said
107
they
108
today
109
two
110
were
111
where
112
who
113
come
114
every
115
many
116
of
117
wants
118
have
119
there
120
into
121
was
122
one
123
ones
124
put
125
their
126
again
127
together
128
could
129
do
130
laugh
131
laughed
132
lives
133
want
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would
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pretty
136
done
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any
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pulled
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wanted
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Selection Vocabulary
  • natural not learned or taught, but something one
    is born with
  • unaware not watchful or mindful
  • camouflage animal coloration disguise
  • wariest most cautious and alert
  • slithering sliding, gliding, or creeping
  • invisible not able to be seen

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Handing Off
  • Why is it sometimes difficult to spot animals in
    a natural setting?
  • Why do animals need to hide?
  • What other things can you think of that you have
    to look closely at to really see?
  • What does I See Animals Hiding add to what you
    know about camouflage?

142
Listening Fact and Opinion
  • Remember that there are different purposes for
    listening
  • For enjoyment
  • To solve problems
  • Learn information
  • Fact is based on something that actually exists.
  • An opinion is based on a personal viewpoint or
    idea.

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Listening
  • When you listen to the story I See Animals
    Hiding, what was the purpose for listening?
  • What details do you remember about the story?
  • What is the protective coloring of some animals
    called?

144
Fact or Opinion
  • Screech owls blend in with the tree trunk.
  • Garter snakes are camouflaged in grass.
  • Garter snakes are scary.
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