Volcanoes, Nature's Incredible Fireworks

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VOLCANOES Nature’s Incredible Fireworks An Internet-Based Literature Lesson Designed by Becky Cook Welcome Volcanologists! G ather your tools and let’s begin our study of volcanoes. Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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Before You Read What do you know about volcanoes? Before we begin reading Volcanoes, Nature ’ s Incredible Fireworks by David L. Harrison, let ’ s unearth a few facts about volcanoes. 2. Click here to go to Room 204 ’ s Volcano blog to post 2 questions you have about volcanoes. Don ’ t forget to use complete sentences! 1. Click on the picture and watch a video about volcanoes. 3. Go to Interactive Volcanoes (click on the links at the bottom of the page) and Wiz Kids to read some interesting facts about volcanoes. 4. Find out how volcanoes and earthquakes are the same and how they are different at this site . 5. Use the following vocabulary from our story to make flashcards . You may use this dictionary or the one in your desk to help you write the definition of each word. When you are finished please print them and follow the directions on the cards. Vocabulary words: beneath, buried, chimney, earthquakes, fireworks, force, trembles, volcanoes, crevice, collide, lava Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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While You Read While reading Volcanoes, Nature ’ s Incredible Fireworks you will need to answer the questions on our Volcano Learning Blog. Click on the book Follow the directions on the blog Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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After You Read Using Read Write Think you will compare and contrast volcanoes and earthquakes. Include at least 3 ways they are the same and 2 ways they are different. Please print your venn diagram when finished and turn it in. Create a postcard telling the person of your choice at least 3 interesting facts you learned about volcanoes. Be creative and have fun! Don ’ t forget to print your postcard. Go to Wordle and use 15 words from the book to create a word cloud that describes a volcano. Make sure to print your Wordle to share with the class. Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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Beyond What You Read Click here to write a concrete poem about volcanoes using at least 15 of your own words. (Hint: Look at your Wordle to help you!) Make sure to print when you ’ re finished. Go to this site to play a matching game about volcanoes and reveal a hidden picture. Listen to a song to learn about volcanic eruptions. See if you can make the volcano blow by answering these questions . Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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Related Books If you enjoyed reading Volcanoes Nature ’ s Incredible Fireworks , check out these books about volcanoes. (click on a picture and it will take you to a summary of the book) If you ’ d like to learn more about earthquakes, check out these books. Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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About What you Read Online Assessment Quiz Here is the rubric that your work will be graded on. Dear Volcanologists, You have used all your tools and completed all the tasks. Now it is time to show what you ’ ve learned. Please click on the assessment box and take the quiz. Remember, ONLY use your initials and your number. Don ’ t use your full name! Don ’ t forget to check out the rubric to see how your work will be graded. Good luck! Sincerely, Mrs. Cook Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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Standards Indiana English/Language Arts State Standards 3.1.2 Read words with several syllables 3.1.7 Use a dictionary to learn the meaning and pronunciation of unknown words 3.2.2 Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information from the text. 3.2.3 Show understanding by identifying answers in the text 3.2.8 Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and opinion in informational text. 3.5.3 Write personal, persuasive, and formal letters, thank-you notes, and invitations that: show awareness of the knowledge and interests of the audience. establish a purpose and context. include the date, proper salutation, body, closing, and signature. ISTE ’ s Student Standards 2. Communication and Collaboration Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. Students: a. interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media b. communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats c. develop cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with learners of other cultures d. contribute to project teams to produce original works or solve problems 6. Technology Operations and Concepts Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations. Students: a. understand and use technology systems b. select and use applications effectively and productively c. troubleshoot systems and applications d. transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies Before You Read While You Read After You Read Beyond What You Read Related Books About What You Read Standards

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