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  1.   Using a Time Focus - Owl Moon
1.5 Quality of Writing Home Standards Search Submit LP Grade 3 Grade 5 Grade 8 Grade 11 All Grades Standard 1.5.3.A. Write with a sharp, distinct focus identifying topic, task and audience. Lesson Plan Title Using a Time Focus- Owl Moon Objectives TSW use a time focus to narrow a topic and maintain a controlling point throughout the piece. Procedure Use a time focus- Instruct students to find a big topic that interests them. Find one part to zoom into that best makes the point. Students need to consider if they are trying to cover...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  2.   Two Owl Eyes
Two Owl Eyes Description What can be seen in the night sky? This second lesson of the unit, Sky High Counting, teaches students to count to ten, make predictions, and recognize the day and night sky. Students continue their counting books adding a page for the number 2. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Ollie the Owl Says: Who . . .
Ollie the Owl Says: "WHO..." Reading to Learn Rationale: Learning to read fluently greatly affects comprehension. Once reading fluency has been achieved, a reader can then focus more on reading comprehension strategies. These strategies can be learned to help improve comprehension. The goal of this lesson is to improv...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  4.   Owl Makes Reading Fun!
Beginning Reading OWL makes reading fun! Rationale: If a child doesn't know the sounds of the English language, the symbols won't make sense. If a student does not know graphemes and phonemes then they cannot read. This lesson is designed to help teach children the sound that /ow/ makes. This is a popular sound in the English...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   What Do Owls Eat?
What Do Owls Eat? TOPIC: Owls & the Food Chain AGE GROUP: K-12 OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. List 5 items that owls eat. 2. Determine whether owls are carnivores or herbivores. 3. Determine whether owls are predators or prey. 4. Identify five characteristics of owls that make them...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Wise Owl Says
Wise Owl Says Introduction: Students recognize the role of physical activity in helping their hearts grow strong and stay healthy as they play a game that makes their hearts thump! This lesson is adapted from a lesson idea on the American Heart Association's website at http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   The Spotted Owl - Reading Comprehension
MANCHESTER COLLEGE Education Department LESSON PLAN by: Anita Zollars Lesson: The Spotted Owl Reading Comprehension Age or Grade Intended: Second Grade Length: 30-45 minutes Academic Standard(s): 2.2.2 State the purpose for reading. Performance Objectives: 1. When given the Spotted Owl story, students will take turns in reading the story to each other with 90% accuracy. 2. When given a worksheet...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   guided reading using OWLS
#1130. guided reading using OWLS 4 Blocks, level: 3-5 Posted Fri Jun 25 20:46:12 PDT 1999 by deb (d-smith@cybersol.com). coloma elementary, south haven, MI USA Concepts Taught: 4 blocks comprehension guided reading All About Owls written by Jim Arnosky 0-590-46791-3 Owl At Home written by Arnold Lobel 0-06-444034-6 Owl Moon written by...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Looking at Owls in Literature, Art and Science
Looking at Owls in Literature, Art and Science 5th grade Cassidy Elementary Developed by: Renee Jung-Kennedy and Ricki Rosenberg Organizer How does the study of owls contribute to the student's understanding of the connection between science, art and literature? Academic Expectations and Demonstrators 1.13 Students...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Owl Moon Integrated Unit Plan
Owl Moon Integrated Unit Plan By: Lonna Hanson Objectives: The children will be able to preview and predict what they think will happen in the story. They will accomplish this by listening to the selection summary, reading the title and looking at the pictures. Next, the students will set a purpose for thei...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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