Fourth Grade ELA

Fourth Grade ELA

FOURTH GRADE ELA Week Six, Day One: Novel Unit: The Tale of Despereaux This session will be recorded for learning purposes. Learning purposes include: a lesson review for students who are absent, students

who want to review for a test, etc. and will be distributed for learning purposes. Daily Review RL 4.1 Making Predictions about

Text Daily Review RL 4.1 Making Predictions about Text

Phonics RF 4.3 Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Objective: Identify prefixes and suffixes and their meanings. Vocabulary

litter = a group of young animals born to an adult animal at one time speculation = the forming of a theory without evidence

Teacher Read Aloud How would you describe Despereaux (RL 4.3)? Why is Despereauxs mother disappointed (RL 4.1, 4.3)?

Teacher Read Aloud How did Despereaux get his name (RF 4.3)? What do you notice about this scene (L.4.5)?

Teacher Read Aloud What do you notice about this scene (L.4.5)? Why do you think the author uses the imagery of

light through the story? Do you think that the light helps us learn more about Despereaux as a character (L.4.5, RL 4.3)? Teacher Read Aloud

Will Despereaux live (RL 4.1)? Teacher Read Aloud What do you think will

happen to Despereaux (RL 4.1)? Do you think his family will ever see him as anything other than a disappointment (RL 4.1)?

Teacher Read Aloud In what ways is Despereaux different from the other mice (RL 4.3)? Teacher Read Aloud

Do you think it bothers Despereaux that he different (RL 4.1)? Teacher Read Aloud

What do you think Despereaux is hearing (RL 4.1)? Describe Antoinette, using evidence from the text to support

your answer. Draw your own illustration of Antoinette with a caption. Closure

What do you think of the story so far? Do you like Despereaux? Homework

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