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eSpark Learning: Sequencing Instructional Video (3.RI.8) - By eSparkLearningVideos



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00:08 Hello , readers . It's Miss Bushman . Today we
00:11 are going to focus on a good reader behavior .
00:13 The good reader behavior we're going to practice today is
00:16 called sequencing . When good readers read , they sequence
00:22 the events or put the main events in order .
00:26 Putting events starting from the beginning and moving to the
00:29 end is called chronological order . By sequencing events in
00:34 chronological order , readers can understand what they're reading and
00:39 remember the most important events . It helps to use
00:42 arrows to show how the sequence of events works .
00:48 Let's look at an example of sequencing . When I
00:51 read this passage about the Titanic , when I read
00:54 , I will focus on using keywords and dates to
00:56 help me put the events in sequential order . Follow
00:59 along with me as I read The sinking of the
01:03 Titanic is one of the most well known events in
01:05 our history . The ship , made by the white
01:08 Star line company , sank just four days after starting
01:12 her voyage from England . The construction of the Titanic
01:16 began in the year 19 oh nine in Ireland .
01:19 After its completion , the Titanic set sail on April
01:23 10th , 1912 , with more than 2000 passengers and
01:28 crew members on board . The Titanic itself was a
01:32 beauty . Finished with chandeliers , ballrooms and passenger rooms
01:36 with electric lights . It was known as the unsinkable
01:40 ship . However , on April 14th , the Titanic
01:44 screw ignored warnings of dangerous ice in the water ,
01:48 and it collided with an iceberg , leaving a 300
01:52 ft long hole in the ship . This whole left
01:56 the lower compartments of the ship filling with water on
02:00 this water would eventually lead to its sinking in the
02:03 ocean . The next morning on April 15th , I
02:09 am now going to look back at the text and
02:11 use dates to help me sequence . I'm also going
02:14 to use this organizer toe . Help me . Let's
02:17 highlight the information in the text toe . Help me
02:20 sequence . The first major event we read about was
02:27 when the Titanic was built in 19 . Oh ,
02:30 nine is the earliest date given , which means it's
02:32 the first event . The second event takes place on
02:38 April 10th , 1912 , when the Titanic set sail
02:42 . It is the next date I see . So
02:44 I've highlighted it in a different color . This is
02:47 showing the second event in the nonfiction passage . Yes
02:55 , I keep reading . I learned about the ship
02:57 itself . I then come to the word , however
03:01 , which is a signal that something important is going
03:04 to happen on April 14th . Can you read to
03:07 see what happened on this date ? You just read
03:14 about the Titanic colliding with an iceberg . This is
03:18 our third major event . As I finished reading the
03:26 nonfiction passage , I see that the date changes to
03:30 April 15th . This tells us another important event has
03:34 taken place . That event is the sinking of the
03:38 Titanic . As a reader , I can now put
03:43 the four major events in order . First , the
03:47 construction of the Titanic began in 19 Oh , nine
03:52 . Second , The Titanic set sail April 10th ,
03:56 1912 third On April 14th , 1912 , the crew
04:03 of the Titanic ignored warnings of ice and it collided
04:06 with an iceberg . Fourth , the Titanic sunk in
04:11 the morning on April 15th , 1912 . Now that
04:18 I have sequenced the major events off the nonfiction passage
04:22 , I can better understand what happened to the Titanic
04:28 . I hope you enjoyed learning about the Titanic .
04:31 Now , as you read nonfiction , you can become
04:34 a better reader by sequencing the main events of the
04:37 story .
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This video explains a "good reader behavior" of identifying the sequences and chronological order in texts. It shows highlighting and other strategies with the example of a short passage about the sinking of the Titanic

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ESpark Learning: Sequencing Instructional Video (3.RI.8) is a free educational video by eSparkLearningVideos.It helps students in grades 4.

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