TALK-ALOUD for WRITING IMPLEMENTATION LOG
Name Carrie Caviness
Date Sept. 1, 2008_
Grade 4th/5th grade
|Collaboration |Planning: X YES ___ NO |Demonstration: X YES ___ NO |
|Standard: #2 Writes in a variety of forms for different audiences and |Text (title, author, publisher) and Materials: | |purposes. |- China by Kevin Supples (National Geographic) | | |- Harvest Festivals by Gare Thompson (National Geographic) | |Benchmark: Writes for different purposes. |- Writing Sample: ‘Watching a Movie’ on overhead | | |- Additional resources with compare/contrast structure: Peru by Helen Byers (Nat.| | |Geo.), Strange Animals (Nat. Geo.) | |Text Structure or Nonfiction Convention/Feature: | | |Compare and contrast | | |Introduction (Set Purpose): Make connections to an earlier lesson involving Talk-alouds for comprehension involving a specific text structure or feature. What is | |the text structure or nonfiction feature, and why it is useful? | |...
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