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GD. 1 CR Module 3 Design Prototype Explorations

May 5, 2017

Exploration

May 5, 2017

MODULE 3

The Five Senses

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Grade 1

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Grade 1

Realistic fiction stories are made up

GENRE STUDY

but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 1 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

Around  the  Campfire

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire. 

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 1 • Around the Campfire

8

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight! 

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

10

Grade 1

GENRE STUDY  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

11

Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

Mom is a great cook. She started cooking when she was three-years-old! Now, I’m helping my mom cook. Baked chicken is my most favorite thing to make. One day, mom was sick. I tried to make the chicken all by myself. 

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done, I opened the oven door. Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

13

Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

14

Grade 1

GENRE STUDY  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

15

Grade 1

Around  the  Campfire

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire. 

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

16

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight! 

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

Exploration

May 5, 2017

Realistic fiction stories are made up

GENRE STUDY

but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 1 • Around the Campfire

21

Grade 1

Around  the  Campfire

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire. 

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 1 • Around the Campfire

22

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

24

Grade 1

GENRE STUDY  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

25

Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

Mom is a great cook. She started cooking when she was three-years-old! Now, I’m helping my mom cook. Baked chicken is my most favorite thing to make. One day, mom was sick. I tried to make the chicken all by myself.

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

26

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done, I opened the oven door. Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

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Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

28

Grade 1

GENRE STUDY  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family solves

SET A PURPOSE

a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

29

Grade 1

Around  the  Campfire

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The also see! We sang funny songs and told silly around the fire.

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

30

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

31

Grade 1

THINK-PAIR-SHARE Put It All Together

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

32

Grade 1

Exploration

May 5, 2017

GENRE STUDY  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen? MAKE A PREDICTION

Read to find out how a family

SET A PURPOSE

solves a problem on a camping trip.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

30

Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

READ What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

Mom is a great cook. She started cooking when she was three-years-old! Now, I’m helping my mom cook. Baked chicken is my most favorite thing to make. One day, mom was sick. I tried to make the chicken all by myself.

Put a ? by the parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

31

Grade 1

READ What is the new problem? Underline it.

When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done, I opened the oven door. Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

32

Grade 1

Put It All Together

THINK-PAIR-SHARE

USE TEXT EVIDENCE What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

WRITE ABOUT IT

USE TEXT EVIDENCE What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

Selection 00 • Around the Campfire

33

Grade 1

Exploration

May 5, 2017

Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Around the Campfire

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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Grade 1

Around the Campfire

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire.

What is the story’s problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put ? by parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

The family solves the problem by CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

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Grade 1

Around the Campfire

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

What is the new problem? Underline it. Read The Page

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

Check My Understanding

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Grade 1

Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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Grade 1

Get Ready!

Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

When I Made Dinner

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

Mom is a great cook. She started cooking when she was three-years- old! Now I’m helping my mom cook. Baked chicken is my most favorite thing to make. One day, mom was sick. I tried to make the chicken all by myself.

What is the story’s problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put ? by parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

The family solves the problem by CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

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Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done, I opened the oven door. Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

What is the new problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Put It All Together Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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Grade 1

Exploration

May 5, 2017

TEXT 1

Get Ready! Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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Around the Campfire

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire.

Put ? by parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip What is the story’s problem? Underline it. Read the Page

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

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When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

What is the new problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Grade 1

Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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Grade 1

TEXT 2

Get Ready! Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

Mom is a great cook. She started cooking when she was three- years-old! Now, I’m helping my mom cook. Baked chicken is my most favorite thing to make. One day, mom was sick. I tried to make the chicken all by myself.

What is the story’s problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put ! by parts you like the most. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

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Grade 1

When I Made Dinner

When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done, I opened the oven door. Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

What is the new problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why? CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

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Grade 1

Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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TEXT 3

Get Ready! Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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The Parade

What is the story’s problem? Underline it.

My mother took my brother Bill and me to the fun parade on Monday. There were children who rode in cars in the parade and children who walked behind the cars. I saw three pretty white

Put ! by parts you like the most. Close Reading Tip

horses. I saw some big dogs running in the parade, too.

The family solves the problem by

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The Parade What is the new problem? Underline it.

After the parade, I ate my candy and I clapped and clapped. It was a fun parade to see with my brother and my mother. It was a fun parade to see the pretty horses, bigdogs, clowns, and puppy with purple hats and orange pants, too!

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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Grade 1

Exploration

May 5, 2017

TEXT 1

Get Ready! Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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Grade 1

Around the Campfire

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire.

Put ? by parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip What is the story’s problem? Underline it. Read the Page

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

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Grade 1

Around the Campfire

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

What is the new problem? Underline it. Read the Page

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Grade 1

Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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TEXT 1

Get Ready! Genre Study  Realistic fiction stories are made up but could happen in real life. Look for: •   characters who act like real people •   places that seem real •   events that could really happen Make a Prediction  A boy’s flashlight doesn’t work on a camping trip. Preview the story. What do you think will happen?

Set a Purpose  Read to find out how a family solves a problem on a camping trip.

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What is the story’s problem? Underline it. READ Around the Campfire

It is dark when you camp in the woods. That is why you need flashlights. Mine did not work last night, so my parents made a warm fire. We grilled our food on the fire. The fire also helped us see! We sang funny songs and told silly stories around the fire.

Put ? by parts you have questions about. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The family solves the problem by

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What is the new problem? Underline it. READ

When it got late, it was time for bed. Dad put out the fire. Then it was really dark . . . and hard to see! But when my eyes got used to the dark, I saw lots of stars in the sky. The moon was so bright! It even made shadows on the ground. I could see our tent in the light. I love camping, even without a flashlight!

Put C by words for sentences when you make a connection. Close Reading Tip

CHECK MY UNDERSTANDING

The boy’s flashlight doesn’t work, but he still loves camping. Why?

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Grade 1

Put It All Together

Think-Pair-Share

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What are ways people can get light when they are camping? •   Look back at the story to find out. Think. •   Tell your partner what you learned. •   Listen to your partner’s ideas. •   Talk about your ideas with a group.

Write About It!

USE TEXT EVIDENCE  What happens the next night on the camping trip? Add to the story. Write about the events in order. Draw a picture on another sheet of paper.

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