illustrated by Jennifer DiRubbio
- Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong Includes: Reading Street: Grade 3 Unit 5 Story: Good-Bye 382 Posters: Genre: Realistic Fiction 92) 'Author at Work' Strategies: Word Structure, Sequence, MF Social Studies Content Writing Trait: Word choice, travel ad Spelling Words- color, black &white Vocabulary Words Word Wall Questi.
- THE GREATEST GRADE ON EARTH. Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong. Why is it hard to adapt to a new culture? Genre: Realistic Fiction. Listen to reading.
This is a vocabulary power point for the 3rd grade Reading Street Common Core 2013 series for the story Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong. It is for Unit 5 Week 3. Each slide includes: -vocabulary word -part of speech -definition -detailed picture -meaningful sentence -comprehension question Thank you. Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong. In this story, Jangmi moves from her home in Korea to a new home in the United States. At first she is sad about leaving behind her friends and Korean customs and traditions, but once she arrives in America she begins to adjust. Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong Jangmi is a girl living in Korea. She has a best friend, loves chummy melons, and appreciates the monsoon season. However, she is moving with her parents to Massachusetts—half a world away—and she is worried and sad about such a big move. Jangmi says good-bye to her extended family, good-bye to her friend,.
Genre: Narrative Nonfiction
Comprehension Skill – Cause and Effect
Comprehension Strategy – Predict and Set Purpose
lofty– tall, or high of the ground
incredible– hard to believe
noble– belonging to a high social class
search– to look for something
stinging– having a sharp pain
topic– a subject
unseen– not seen
survivors– people who remain alive after an event where others have died
waterless– without water
Spelling – Consonant Patterns wr, kn, gn, st, mb
Cross Curricular Standards (NM):
S2-B2A-PO1 – Know that an adaptation in physical structure or behavior can improve an organism’s chance for survival (e.g., horned toads, chameleons, cacti, mushrooms).
S2-B2A-PO2 – Observe that plants and animals have structures that serve different functions (e.g., shape of animals’ teeth).
S2-B2A-PO3 – Classify common animals according to their observable characteristics (e.g., body coverings, structure)
S2-B2A-PO – Classify common plants according to their characteristics (e.g., tree leaves, flowers, seeds).
by Frances Park and Ginger Park
illustrated by Yangsook Choi
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Comprehension Skill – Sequence
Comprehension Strategy – Monitor and Clarify
Vocabulary:airport – a place where airplanes are able to take off and land
cellar – an underground room or rooms, usually under a building
curious – eager to find out or learn about new things
delicious – tastes very good
described – told about in words or writing
farewell – good-bye
homesick – wanting to go home
memories – everything a person remembers
raindrops – drops of rain
Spelling – Vowel patterns au, augh, ou, and ough
Goodbye 382 Shin Dang Dongthird Grade Reading Streets 218. afterthought
Goodbye 382 Shin Dang Dongthird Grade Reading Streets List
Goodbye 382 Shin Dang Dongthird Grade Reading Streets 1
Cross Curricular Standards (NM):
S2-B2A-PO1 – Identify and use the mapping tools of scale, compass rose, grid, symbols, and mental mapping to locate and draw places on maps and globes
S2-B2C-PO2 – Identify ways in which people have modified their environments (eg., building roads, clearing land for development, mining, and constructing towns and cities)
S2-B2E-PO1 – Describe how patterns of culture vary geographically
S2-B2E-PO2 – Describe how transportation and communication networks are used in daily life