Reading Comprehension

Understanding predictable text and vocabulary

Comprehension starts at the third read of the book where students are asked text-dependent questions, literal and inferential, to understand the text, illustrations, and text features. In the action and reactive sequences, students will also have an opportunity to retell the events in sequence as part of comprehension practice.

1. Descriptive Narrative

Frogs in Colors

Lesson 1 70 mins

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Red Pandas Like to Nap

Lesson 2 70 mins

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I am a Red Panda

Lesson 3 75 mins

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Tim Sees a Fox

Lesson 4 70 mins

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What is on a Log?

Lesson 5 75 mins

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Kits Can Play

Lesson 6 75 mins

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2. Action Sequence

What Can Sarita Do?

Lesson 1 95 mins

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What Does Datiz See in the Sea?

Lesson 2 80 mins

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Arctic Animals

Lesson 3 90 mins

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Looking for Eggs, Tadpoles, and Frogs

Lesson 4 90 mins

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Counting Animals

Lesson 5 90 mins

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3. Reactive Sequence

Who is Sleeping?

Lesson 1 80 mins

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Oh, Muddy Mud!

Lesson 2 85 mins

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Grandma’s Bananas

Lesson 3 85 mins

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