3.RL.2 * Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and ...

3.RL.2 * Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and ...

Referencing the Text 3.RL.2 * 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. Sometimes a story is about a lesson, or something the author wants us to learn.

We use the key details to find out the central message or lesson of the story. Important Vocabulary recount: to narrate or tell in detail central message: the big idea of a story lesson: what the author wants the reader to learn from a story. key details: important pieces of

information that support the central message or lesson of a story. moral: practical lesson taught in a fable or tale. Focus Question How do we use key details to determine the central message or a lesson of a

story? What is the theme that connects these items? What is the theme that connects these items? Now Lets Find the Common Theme in Text to determine the central message.

The Ants and The Grass hopper story? What Key Details support your answer? The Ant and the Grasshopper Lesson:

You must work to live. Key Details The ants worked to collect grains. The ants prepared for the winter. The grasshoppers hop and play and

say we have fun everyday while you work everyday. The grasshoppers had to ask the ants for food to survive. Lets Try it Together ! We will read The Finish Line We will read the questions and answer

choices but we will not pick an answer yet. We will write the question number in the text where we found the answer. We will check our answers with our friends. We will select the best answer. Lets try it on our own ! You will read What Is Science Anyway? You will read the questions and answer choices but will not pick an answer yet.

You will write the question number in the text where we found the answer. You will select the best answer What did we learn? 3.RL.2 * We can determine the central message, lesson, or

moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. Sometimes a story is about a lesson, or something the

author wants us to learn. We use the key details to find out the central message or lesson of the story.

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