Standard #: LAFS.1.RI.1.3 (Archived Standard)


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Describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.


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Lesson Plans

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Discovering Chicks

This is a close reading lesson that uses the book From Egg To Chicken By Gerald Legg. Students will identify nonfiction text features, answer text-dependent questions, and sequence main events. They will write an informative piece about what they've learned in the lesson.

"What Plants Need" – Identifying Key Details and Main Topic

In this close reading lesson, students will complete activities over a period of three days to gain deeper understanding of the text "What Plants Need," asking and answering questions and identifying key details that support the main topic of the text. Students will write an informative paragraph about what they've learned from the text.

A Recipe for Sequencing Success

In this lesson, students will learn about the importance of the sequence of steps in a recipe. They will explore student-friendly recipes and follow a recipe created in class to make a popular food for kids. Students will then write their own recipe for one of their favorite foods.

Original Student Tutorial

Name Description
Life Then, Life Now

Identify similarities and differences, use a Venn diagram, and describe connections in an informational text in this interactive tutorial. Join Luke as he compares and contrasts life long ago with life today using key details in informational text.

Student Center Activities

Name Description
Comprehension: Cause and Effect Organizer

In this activity, students will identify cause and effect relationships in text and record them on a graphic organizer.

Comprehension: Cause and Effect Roll

In this activity, students will identify the relationship between cause and effect. NOTE: This is an introductory level activity. It will need to be extended using grade-appropriate text to meet the complexity of the aligned standards.

Student Resources

Original Student Tutorial

Name Description
Life Then, Life Now :

Identify similarities and differences, use a Venn diagram, and describe connections in an informational text in this interactive tutorial. Join Luke as he compares and contrasts life long ago with life today using key details in informational text.



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