Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten

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Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten,Anchor Lesson 1 Pretelling F I. Pre assessment Turn and talk to your partner about Notes to Build Next. something you enjoy doing in our Lesson,Select the Familiar routines or activities in the. Materials classroom, Name the Strategy Pretelling involves students consciously This definition is for. Explain thinking through familiar routines and teachers NOT for students. activities by identifying the steps,involved and then recounting those. I have noticed that steps Three basic steps will help. students to remember and then think,A strategy readers use forward to retell.
is 1 Identifying the steps involved in an,activity as they participate in the. 2 Recalling the steps from beginning to,Introduce the Text end. 3 Saying or writing the steps from,beginning to end. In choosing an activity or routine for the,initial pretelling sessions be sure to. choose one in which students can,participate in the classroom while they.
identify the steps, Demonstrate the Today I am going to show you how I put. Strategy my things away in my cubby I am going,to pretell the steps that I go through in. putting my things away in my cubby,Say Think aloud. That means that I am going to say the,Show Model,steps aloud while I put my things in my. Explain How this will,cubby The first thing I do when I put.
help them as a reader my things in my cubby is open my. backpack Next I look through my,backpack and I ask myself What needs. to go in my cubby Then I take out my,lunchbox and my sneakers and I put. them neatly in my cubby Finally I zip,my backpack hang it on the hook and go. into the classroom,Model all these steps, Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 8. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten.
Model how to recall the steps by,pointing to the concrete objects used in. the activity while reviewing the steps,Now what did I just do to put my things. in my cubby Let me think about each,step Retell the steps. Write the steps of the routine on a,chart As you write encourage the. students to act out each step,Remember to use time order words when.
retelling first next then after that,Read the chart with the students. Provide Guided Have the students read the chart with. Practice you several times They can act out the,steps on the chart as it is read aloud. Invite the students to,Encourage the students to think of. practice the strategy,other classroom routines to retell Have. with teacher guidance students practice retelling these. routines Students can use acting,drawing and or writing as they retell.
Provide Work with a partner to pretell a routine, Independent in our classroom Let s try retelling how. we come to morning meeting Please,remember to use the time order words. as you retell First next then after,Remind students before that finally. they go off to read,When you go to RW,Conference Points Let s think back What was the. first thing we did,What did we do next,Let s put the steps in order from.
beginning to end, Share Reinforce Turn and talk What do we do when we. Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 9. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. Anchor Lesson 2 What is retelling F I, Pre assessment Turn and talk to your partner about what you Notes to Build. already know about retelling Next Lesson,Select the Classroom discussion. Name the Strategy Readers have two jobs when they read One. Explain job is to figure out the words and the other. job is to understand the words and the ideas,I have noticed that.
Retelling is a strategy readers use to,understand the words and ideas in the texts. A strategy readers use,we read so we can talk to other readers about. a text When we retell a story we tell the,important parts key details of a text. Introduce the Text,Readers stop and retell throughout the text to. help them remember and understand the whole, Demonstrate the Model how you stop think about and retell the.
Strategy text as you read Model how you look for,details in the pictures that help you know what. is important to remember,Say Think aloud,Show students that when you finish reading a. Show Model,text you will stop and think about it not just. Explain How this will,rush to the next text You may look at the. help them as a reader,pictures again remember the key details in the.
text and retell the text in your mind,Conference Points May I hear you read a section. What are you enjoying about this text,How does stopping and retelling help you as. Tell me what is happening in your book so, Provide Guided Please take a familiar book out of your bag. Practice right here on the rug Now I would like you to. practice retelling Look at the pictures to help,Invite the students to. you remember the key details Notice how,practice the strategy.
retelling helps you to understand the text and,with teacher guidance. remember the details, Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 10. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. Provide When you have finished reading your familiar. Independent book please retell the story to yourself. Remember to look at the pictures to help you,remember the key details Notice how. Remind students before,retelling helps you to understand the text and.
they go off to read,remember the details,When you go to RW. Today I put a new book at the listening center,After you have finished listening to the story. please retell the text Remember to look at,the pictures to help you remember the key. details Notice how retelling helps you to,understand the text and remember the details. Share Reinforce Who can show us how readers retell a text. Anchor Chart,Strategies to Help Us Retell, Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 11.
All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. Anchor Lesson 3 What is the structure of a,fictional text F. Pre assessment Turn and talk What do you think the word Notes to Build Next. fiction means Lesson,Select the Mrs Wishy Washy by Joy Cowley. Name the Strategy We have been talking about how readers When you create anchor. Explain have two jobs when they read One job is to charts use photographs. figure out the words and the other job is to drawings and words. understand the words and the ideas Make sure that your. I have noticed that,anchor charts are, Retelling is a strategy readers use to think accessible to the. A strategy readers use, about what they are reading Today we will students so they can.
learn how to use this strategy when reading refer to them. fiction books Fiction books are stories that,are not true They are imaginary The story. Introduce the Text,did not actually happen The author. invented the story When we read fiction,we think about what is going to happen in the. This book Mrs Wishy Washy is fiction,The events in this story did not really. happen Since it is a fiction story I know it,will have story elements It will have.
characters a setting a problem and a,solution I know this because I have schema. about fiction text,Create an anchor chart Elements of. Demonstrate the Before I begin to read this book I am going Only introduce one story. Strategy to think about what is going to happen in the element at a time. story The title is Mrs Wishy Washy I Repeat this lesson to. think Mrs Wishy Washy will be a character teach setting problem. Say Think aloud, because she is on the front cover and her and solution. Show Model,name is the title of the book As I preview. Explain How this will,this book I am going to look at the cover.
help them as a reader,and look at the pictures This will help me. think about what this book may be about and,help me remember the story. Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 12. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. As I read the story I am going to stop and,think about what I am reading and about. what is happening in the story Since this,book is fiction I know that there will be.
characters people and animals a setting,when and where the story takes place a. problem something that happens to the,characters and a solution the way the. characters solve their problem I am going,to pay attention to these story elements. because they will be the key details in a,fiction text. Read the first few pages Oh lovely mud,said the cow And she jumped in it.
Here is another character The cow is a,character and Mrs Wishy Washy is a. Continue reading and talking about the,characters Read until Mrs Wishy Washy. screams Just look at you she screams,Now we know the problem of the story The. problem is that the animals got all dirty in,the mud and Mrs Wishy Washy is angry. Did you see how I stopped and noticed the,story elements Story elements of fiction.
are the characters the setting the problem,and the solution. Encourage students to notice how you are,using what you know about reading fiction to. help you pay attention to story elements and,retell story and enjoy it more. Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 13. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. Provide Guided Read a few more pages Ask the students to Students could also act. Practice turn and talk about the how Mrs Wishy out the solution. Washy solved her problem,Invite the students to,practice the strategy.
with teacher guidance, Provide Today at RW you all have a familiar fiction. Independent book in your bag Please read that text. first As you are reading stop and think,about what is happening in your book Think. about the story elements to help you,Remind students before. remember the important parts,they go off to read,When you go to. There is a new fictional story at the,listening center today As you are listening.
stop and think about what is happening in,the text Think about the story elements to. help you remember the important parts,In the dramatic play area I have put out. some props so that you can act out Mrs,Wishy Washy Before you begin acting out. the story think about the story elements,Who will be each character. How will you act out the problem,How will you act out how Mrs.
Wishy Washy s problem gets solved, Conference Points Show me how you retell to yourself. What do you know about reading a,fiction text,Show me how you found one of the story. elements when you were reading,Tell me what is happening in your book. Share Reinforce Turn and talk to your partner Please show. your partner one of the story elements you,found while reading today. Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 14. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten.
Anchor Lesson 4 Stop and think about the story,elements F. Pre assessment Turn and talk What do you know about Notes to Build Next. the story elements Lesson, Select the Materials Cat on a Mat By Brian Wildsmith. Name the Strategy We have been talking about how readers. Explain have two jobs when they read One job is,to figure out the words and the other job. is to understand the words and the ideas, I have noticed that Retelling is a strategy readers use to think. about what they are reading Readers, A strategy readers stop and think about the story elements as.
use is they read The story elements are the,characters setting problem and solution. Cat on the Mat is a fictional story so it,Introduce the Text has story elements. Demonstrate the As I read Cat on a Mat I am going to stop. Strategy and think about the elements that are in,this story I will stop and think about the. characters setting problem and solution,Say Think aloud. Show Model,Read aloud the story and stop and note,Explain How this will help.
the story elements as you read Think,them as a reader. aloud how you identified the story element,as you were reading. I know the setting for this story is in a,house and on a rug I know this because. in the pictures the animals are sitting on a,rug and I know that rugs are usually found. in peoples homes,Continue modeling pointing out the.
characters setting problem and solution,Thinking about the story elements will help. me remember the story so I can retell it,completely and talk to other readers about. Teachers For Teachers in Collaboration with Marcia Uretsky 15. All rights reserved,Unit of Study Retelling for Kindergarten. Provide Guided Turn and Talk What are the story,Practice elements of a fictional text. Invite the students to,practice the strategy with,teacher guidance.
Provide Independent Today at RW you all have a familiar. Practice fiction book in your bag Please read that. text first As you are reading stop and,Remind students before. think about what is happening in your book,they go off to read. as you read Remember to pay attention,to the story elements the characters. When you go to RW try,the setting the problem and the solution. When we retell a story we tell the important parts key details of a text Readers stop and retell throughout the text to help them remember and understand the whole text Demonstrate the Strategy Say Think aloud Show Model Explain How this will help them as a reader Model how you stop think about and retell the text as you read Model how you look for details in the pictures that hel

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