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Activity Overview


In this activity, students will be provided a question or prompt to answer using textual evidence. The prompt here is, “Your friend wants a pet, but has a baby brother. Which pet would be the best option and why?”

The three examples provided include:

  1. Fish are beautiful and easy to take care of; these pets are a good choice for kids of any age.
  2. Rodents, such as mice or gerbils, are cute and don't require a lot of space or time. They are friendly and can learn to do tricks.
  3. Insects, such as crickets or grasshoppers, are safe for kids. They can be kept in a jar with holes poked in the top, but should be set free the next day.
Lesson Plan Reference

Grade Level 4-5

Difficulty Level 3 (Developing to Mastery)

Type of Assignment Individual or Partner

Common Core Standards
  • [ELA-Literacy/RI/4/1] Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.


Template and Class Instructions

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Student Instructions

Create a storyboard that answers the prompt using at least three examples from Good Pet, Bad Pet. Click on "Add / Delete Cells" to change the number of examples.


  1. Type the question into the central black box.
  2. Type a response to the question in your own words in the title box.
  3. Think about examples from the text that support your answer.
  4. Type text evidence in the description boxes. Paraphrase or quote directly from the text.
  5. Illustrate each example using scenes, characters, items, etc.


Rubric

(You can also create your own on Quick Rubric.)



Text Evidence
Answer the given question using at least three examples from the text.
Proficient Emerging Beginning
Support from Text
Examples chosen fully support the answer to the question.
Some of the examples answer the question correctly, but not all.
Most of the examples do not support the answer to the question.
Quote / Text
Evidence provided from the text is properly quoted or paraphrased.
There are some minor mistakes in the quote / description from text.
Quote or paraphrase is incomplete or confusing.
Illustration of Examples
Ideas are well organized. Images clearly illustrate the examples from the text.
Ideas are organized. Most images help to show the examples from the text.
Ideas are not well organized. Images are difficult to understand.




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