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    Grade 1 Inquiry Unit

    Changes — How do daily and seasonal changes affect living things?

    Big Ideas
    • change
    • continuity
    Curriculum Connections
    • reading
    • writing
    • science (daily and seasonal changes effect on society and environment)

    Students explore this inquiry question by first thinking about what they already know about how living things (animals, plants, people) are affected by daily and seasonal changes. Throughout the unit, students will find new information they can connect to their own understandings and focus on what living things do to adapt to daily and seasonal changes. Students will be able to respond to the inquiry question by providing evidence of how different living things are affected by daily and seasonal changes.


    Cover of Rain Read Aloud – Rain

    Info-fiction: Narrative
    In this cumulative story, a group of animals living in the African grasslands sense the coming of the rainy season. With the rains come many changes in their environment. The rainy season leads to yet another dry season, showing the cyclical nature of the seasons.

    Partner-Shared Reading Texts

    These Shared Reading texts reveal what different living things (animals, plants, people) do in the day versus the night. Through the use of photographs and illustrations, readers can clearly distinguish the information and determine how living things adapt to changes in their environment.

    Cover of Daytime, Nighttime Daytime, Nighttime
    Non-fiction: Description, comparison
    • 1 Big Book
    • 6 small book versions

    This book uses repeated text to describe what a variety of living things do in both the day and the night. The end of the book poses the question back to the readers, asking what they do in the day and night.


    Cover of What Do You Do in the Cold? What Do You Do in the Cold?
    Fiction: Narrative, question and answer
    • 1 Big Book
    • 6 small book versions

    In order to find out what he should do in the cold, a young boy asks various friends about what they do when the weather grows cold. Each animal and plant describes a different way in which they adapt to the change in seasons.

    Cover of Changes Audio CD Audio CD
    Audio CD with fluent reading of both shared reading texts. What Do You Do in the Cold? is accompanied by a song.

    Cover of Changes DVD DVD
    DVD digital versions of the two shared reading texts.


    Cover of Changes Teaching Guide Teaching Guide — print and online

    Includes support for Before, During, and After Reading of the texts, Working with Words, text-type writing for Question-and-Answer, modelled, guided, and independent writing, student self-assessment, Oral Language Assessment Scale and developmental checklist, and strategies for concluding and extending the unit.
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    234432092449805.000WPRDLSTYNNYYNNNNYYNNYSCHTM & C 2009 SCHOLASTIC Canada Ltd. All rights reserved.Grade 1: Changes00000000001248SCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIF/IMAGES/SCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIF9781443005852TUES, 29-DEC-2020 16:06:29 GMT010000000101EDUCATION.SCHOLASTIC.CAC0008001110001LP-PLUS-G1-CHANGESLP-PLUS-G1-CHANGES1<!--IMAGE PATH FOR REVISED LPEY PAGES: https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/ --><!--The following script line only needs to be inlcuded if you are using jQuery--><script type='text/javascript' src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/jquery/jquery-1.4.2.min.js'> </script><!--Code to remove left menu-bar--><script> $(document).ready(function() {$('#LeftMenu').hide();});</script><style type='text/css'> #main-content-wrapper { float: right; width: 575px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 24px; padding-left: 10px; text-align: left; } #lpey-header { font-weight: bold; font-size: 18px; color: #2e3192; margin-bottom: 20px; } .text-headings { font-weight: bold; font-size: 16px; color: #2e3192; } .lp-plus-bullet-headers { margin-bottom: 2px; } .lp-plus-lists { margin-top: 0px; } div.minor-break { border-top: 1px solid #2e3192; width: 15%; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto; margin-top: 10px; } .inq-unit-title { font-weight: bold; font-size: 20px; color: #5d1b6a; background-color: #e7dde9; padding: 10px; border-radius: 10px; } .framing-question { font-weight: bold; font-size: 14px; color: #000; } #big-ideas { width: 33%; float: left; } #curriculum-connections { width: 33%; float: right; margin-right: 180px; } #PRDLIST { position: relative; left: 250px; }</style><script type='text/javascript' src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/javascripts/lp-plus-menu.js'></script><div id='main-content-wrapper'> <div id='lpey-header'> <noscript><img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/noscript-lpey-logo.jpg' style='float: left;' alt='Literacy Place for the Early Years logo' /></noscript><!--nocscript tags in this div are designed to add a logo in the event that the left-hand menu doesn't show up--> Grade 1 Inquiry Unit <noscript><div style='clear: both;'></div></noscript> </div> <p class='inq-unit-title'>Changes &mdash; <span class='framing-question'>How do daily and seasonal changes affect living things?</span></p> <div id='big-ideas'> <span class='text-headings lp-plus-bullet-headers'>Big Ideas</span> <ul class='lp-plus-lists'> <li>change</li> <li>continuity</li> </ul> </div> <div id='curriculum-connections'> <span class='text-headings lp-plus-bullet-headers'>Curriculum Connections</span> <ul class='lp-plus-lists'> <li>reading</li> <li>writing</li> <li>science (daily and seasonal changes effect on society and environment)</li> </ul> </div> <p style='clear: both;'>Students explore this inquiry question by first thinking about what they already know about how living things (animals, plants, people) are affected by daily and seasonal changes. Throughout the unit, students will find new information they can connect to their own understandings and focus on what living things do to adapt to daily and seasonal changes. Students will be able to respond to the inquiry question by providing evidence of how different living things are affected by daily and seasonal changes.</p> <hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 0px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/rain.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Rain' /> Read Aloud &ndash; <span style='color: #5d1b6a; font-style: italic;'>Rain</span></p> Info-fiction: Narrative<br />In this cumulative story, a group of animals living in the African grasslands sense the coming of the rainy season. With the rains come many changes in their environment. The rainy season leads to yet another dry season, showing the cyclical nature of the seasons.<br clear='all' /><hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 10px;'>Partner-Shared Reading Texts</p> <p style='clear: both;'>These Shared Reading texts reveal what different living things (animals, plants, people) do in the day versus the night. Through the use of photographs and illustrations, readers can clearly distinguish the information and determine how living things adapt to changes in their environment.</p> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/daytime-nighttime.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Daytime, Nighttime' /> <span style='font-style: italic; font-weight: bold; color: #5d1b6a;'>Daytime, Nighttime</span><br /> Non-fiction: Description, comparison<br /> <ul style='margin-left: 165px; margin-top: 0px;'> <li>1 Big Book</li> <li>6 small book versions</li> </ul> <p style='margin-left: 135px;'>This book uses repeated text to describe what a variety of living things do in both the day and the night. The end of the book poses the question back to the readers, asking what they do in the day and night.</p> <br clear='all' /> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/what-do-you-do-in-the-cold.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of What Do You Do in the Cold?' /> <span style='font-style: italic; font-weight: bold; color: #5d1b6a;'>What Do You Do in the Cold?</span><br /> Fiction: Narrative, question and answer<br /> <ul style='margin-left: 165px; margin-top: 0px;'> <li>1 Big Book</li> <li>6 small book versions</li> </ul> <p style='margin-left: 135px;'>In order to find out what he should do in the cold, a young boy asks various friends about what they do when the weather grows cold. Each animal and plant describes a different way in which they adapt to the change in seasons. </p> <p style='margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 40px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/changes-cd.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Changes Audio CD' /> <b>Audio CD</b><br /> Audio CD with fluent reading of both shared reading texts. <i>What Do You Do in the Cold?</i> is accompanied by a song.</p> <p style='margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 40px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/changes-dvd.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Changes DVD' /> <b>DVD</b><br /> DVD digital versions of the two shared reading texts.</p> <hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 0px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/changes-tg.png' style='float: right; margin-left: 10px;' alt='Cover of Changes Teaching Guide' /> Teaching Guide &mdash; print and online</p>Includes support for Before, During, and After Reading of the texts, Working with Words, text-type writing for Question-and-Answer, modelled, guided, and independent writing, student self-assessment, Oral Language Assessment Scale and developmental checklist, and strategies for concluding and extending the unit.</div>
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