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3rd Grade Common Core: RL.3.2

Common Core Identifier: RL.3.2 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
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Read the paragraphs and choose the main ideas.
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The summarizer writes a summary of the chapters assigned and shares his writing with his/her group.
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The summarizer's job is to write a short summary of the chapters assigned and read his/her writing to the literature circle group.
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When Jason gets stuck being the leprechaun while playing Leprechaun's Pot of Gold with his friends, he'll have to think like a leprechaun to find the perfect hiding place for the chocolate coins.
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Randy can't wait to see what Mrs. Anderson is baking for a special birthday treat. But when he discovers what the treat is, he's more than a little disappointed. Can his grumbling stomach change his mind and maybe even his taste buds?
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Tell how events from the story remind you of something that's happened in real life.
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When Adam wakes up in the middle of the night to scary sounds coming from his closet, he'll need help to find out just what kind of creature is trapped inside.
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Kendall is raking leaves in his yard and he can't imagine anything more boring. Eli, her next-door neighbor, shows her just how much fun raking leaves can be if you make a game of it.
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Make connections between events in the story and the real world.
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The real-life connector makes comparisons between events in the story and real-life experiences.
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The R.L.C. makes comparisons between events from the book and things that have happened in real life.
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Make connections between events from the story and real-life.
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Bobby doesn't like having to give up his Friday nights to watch his brother Nick play football, but when he finds out he's Nick's good luck charm, he just might change his mind.
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Members of the group discuss connections between the story and events that happen in real-life.
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Alex's imagination has transformed his swing set into a time machine. But when his neighbor Becca comes to visit, Alex isn't sure if he should share his secret with her.
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The real-world connector shows how events from the story are similar to actual events in his or her life.
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Can you imagine what school would be like if all of your friends- and even your teacher- could fly?
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Students will read this poem about a dog going trick-or-treating and answer reading comprehension questions and a writing prompt.
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The RLC's job is to make connections between events in the novel and things that happen in real life.
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The story-connector shows how the story they're currently reading is similar to other stories they've read;  Best for higher-level students.
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The real life connector tells how certain parts of the story are similar to events that have happened in real life.
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Brooke's mom is taking her someplace special, but Brooke can't figure out where that could be. And the answer isn't anything she would've guessed.
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The real-life connector explains how events from the story compare to real-life experiences.
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Matilda the goose loves tasting pies, so when she has to bake one for a contest, she goes all out. Reading comprehension questions include multiple choice, short answer, vocabulary, and a writing prompt.
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Students write about their favorite book on a pennant flag. Then hang each pennant from a string and hang it up in your classroom.
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Read about hawks, eagles, porcupines, opossums, skunks, beavers, and badgers all living together in an ecosystem.
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Ava doesn't want to disappoint her best friend Melanie by missing her pool party, but Ava doesn't want everyone to find out she can't swim either.
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The real life connector tells how certain parts of the story are similar to events that have happened in real life.
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Celebrate Chinese New Year by cutting out, coloring, and putting together this fun hat. We recommend printing this file out on card stock.
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Simone is happy for her best friend Sheri when she gets the lead in the school play, but Simone is tired of always coming in second place. Will she ever be the best at anything?
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Describe the beginning, middle, and end of the fable.  Then, tell what lessons you learn from the fable.
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When Rosie visits the beach with her father, she can't see the nighttime stars she loves.  But when she looks down in the sand, she discovers a new kind of star.
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Ben's sister Kate is trying to help him remove his wiggly tooth, but nothing is working.  This is a high-interest fiction piece that will require your students to read carefully for details.
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All Toby wants for his birthday is a new Super Robotoman action figure, and he makes sure everyone knows it. But when he finally rips into his birthday gifts, he'll get big surprise.
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This page contains three final projects that your students can do to show off their understanding of T.O.A.F.G.N.
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Read three paragraphs and identify the main ideas.
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After reading this story of friendship, students can test their reading comprehension skills by answering the accompanying questions.
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The Easter Bunny has injured her toe and won't be able to hop around the world to deliver her Easter eggs! Can the bunnies find another way to get the eggs delivered in time for Easter?
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Write about the beginning, middle, and ending of a fiction book.  Great form for basic chapter books.
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The real-life connector shows how events from the story are similar to events in the real world.
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