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about this story, Clark is a shark with zing bang and boom Clark zooms into school crashes through the classroom and is rowdy at. recess Clark loves life but when his enthusiasm is too much for his friends Clark s teacher Mrs Inkydink helps him. figure out a way to tone it down Clark the Shark celebrates boisterous enthusiasm and knowing when it s time for. indoor voices,THEMES IN THE STORY,Self Control Behavior Manners Friendship. PAGE 2 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. reading and writing,ela common core standard, Reading Literature Students read and respond to works of literature with emphasis on comprehension making. connections among ideas and between texts with focus on textural evidence. Standards listed below are for first and second grade but can be adapted to other grades. BEFORE reading,Standards CCSS SL K 1 CCSS SL 1 1 CCSS SL 2 1. Use the following prompts to build background and top knowledge. 1 Why are class rules important, 2 Have you ever gotten upset with a friend because of the way they were acting.
3 Think about a time when you have been too loud or too wild for your classmates or family What happened. during reading,Standards CCSS RL K 10 CCSS SL 1 2 CCSS SL 2 2. Focus Character Story Elements Illustrations, Objective Students will listen to story and answer teacher posed questions appropriately. Stop story at appropriate parts to ask questions or pose prompts Some suggestions are. What is your feeling about Clark Is he being a good friend. Why do Clark s friends stop playing with him, How do the illustrations show that Clark is playing too rough. How is the new kid Sid the Squid like Clark,after reading. Kindergarten 1st Grade,Standards CCSS RF K 2A CCSS RF 1 2A.
Objective Students will identify end rhyme and write a rhyming couplet. Materials Teacher created chart or worksheet with rhymes paper pencil crayons. Procedures, Step 1 Make a chart or worksheet with each of the rhymes Clark creates leaving out the last word. What s the rule,When the teacher s talking,Don t go walking. Only munch,Your own lunch,Easy does it that s the way. Then my friends will let me play, Step 2 Have students complete the rhyming word by either working independently or as a group. depending on the level of your class, Step 3 Have students create their own rhyme about good school behavior and illustrate.
PAGE 3 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade,Standards CCSS RL K 7 CCSS RL 1 7 CCSS RL 2 7. Objective Students will explain how an illustration tells what is happening in the story. Materials Storyline Online site Clark the Shark paper pencil crayons. Procedures, Step 1 Display the story and stop the read aloud to show illustrations. Step 2 Ask the student to look at the illustrations How does each illustration help the reader to understand. what is happening in the story, Step 3 Have students recreate an illustration to show good behavior in the classroom lunchroom or recess. writing response to reading,Standards CCSS W 1 1 CCSS W 2 1. Objective Students will write an opinion piece using details from the story to support their response Students will write in. complete sentences using grade appropriate spelling and mechanics. Materials Lined paper pencil, Step 1 Have students use the sentence frame below to begin their writing.
I would would not want Clark for a friend, Step 2 Tell students to provide at least 2 details from the story to support their opinion. PAGE 4 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. across the curriculum activities, social studies LEARN THE RULES WITH CLARK THE SHARK. Students will explain why it is important to follow school rules and write rules to stay cool. Chart paper, Step 1 Discuss Clark the Shark s behavior in school. Step 2 Clark has trouble in three areas Classroom Lunch and Recess Have the students create rules for all. three areas Label chart paper RULES TO STAY COOL with 3 columns Classroom Lunch Recess. Step 3 Ask students to brainstorm rules that are appropriate to keep their school safe and cool. SCIENCE HOW DOES A SHARK FLOAT, Students will explore the concept of density and explain what keeps a shark buoyant. A toilet paper tube,A roll of clear packing tape, A small drawing of a paper shark to fit on the toilet paper roll.
1 3 cup vegetable oil,A 12 inch inflatable balloon. A sink or bucket filled with water, Step 1 Cut out the picture of the shark Place it on the toilet paper roll holding it in place with a small piece of. tape Wrap clear packing tape around the tube so that it covers the whole shark. Step 2 Place 3 pennies across the bottom of the tube and tape them in place with the packing tape. Step 3 Fill the sink or bucket with water Gently place the shark in the water and observe what happens. Remove the shark from the water, ASK Why do you think the shark sank Record responses on chart paper. Step 4 Use the funnel to fill a balloon with 1 3 cup vegetable oil Tie the balloon. Step 5 Carefully insert the balloon into the toilet paper tube Center it as much as possible. Step 6 Place the shark in the water and observe what happens. ASK Why is the shark able to float, Google It Search floating shark science activity to learn more about this experiment. PAGE 5 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. art paper envelope shark,Courtesy of ADayInYourShoes com.
White business size envelopes,Grey crayons or pastels. Black marker or crayons,Tape or glue,White paper, Step 1 Color the envelope with grey crayon or pastel. Step 2 Cut a triangle from one short edge of envelope to make mouth. Step 3 Tape or glue the triangle to the top as a fin. Step 4 Cut a row of triangles out of white paper to make teeth Cut to fit the mouth. Step 5 Glue the teeth inside the mouth, Step 6 Draw a fin Color cut and glue fin to the side of the shark. Step 7 Use the black marker or crayon to draw an eye and details. Step 8 Trim the edge of the envelope opposite the mouth making an opening for your hand. Step 9 Put your hand in the envelope to make the shark move. PAGE 6 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. about storyline online, The SAG AFTRA Foundation s children s literacy website Storyline Online streams imaginatively produced videos. featuring celebrated actors to help inspire a love of reading Storyline Online receives millions of views every month. in hundreds of countries Visit Storyline Online at storylineonline net. about the sag aftra foundation, The SAG AFTRA Foundation provides vital assistance and educational programming to the professionals of SAG AFTRA.
while serving the public at large through its signature children s literacy program Founded in 1985 the Foundation. is a national non profit organization that relies solely on support from grants corporate sponsorships and individual. contributions to fund our programs Visit sagaftra foundation. storyline online brought to you by, PAGE 7 A teacher s GUIDE clark the shark 2018 SAG AFTRA FOUNDATION. About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage. students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story related activities are aligned with ELA Common Core Standards. A Teacher s guide Clark the shark written by bruce hale illustrated by guy francis suggested grade level k 2nd Watch the video of actor Chris Pine reading this story at storylineonline net About This Guide The purpose of this guide is to enhance the ELA curriculum by providing quality children s literature to engage students in listening to expressive read alouds Suggested story

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