Students will be able to use details in a text to distinguish between elements of realism and fantasy.
Students will be able to describe realism and fantasy with noun phrases using a graphic organizer.
Facilitate a Think-Pair-Share by asking students to silently think about the difference between real and fake. Have them turn and talk to a partner to share their answers. Then, call on students to share out their ideas with the class. Confirm and rephrase student answers as needed.
Explain that there are certain things to look at when we decide if something is real or fake.
Share a student-friendly language objective by reading it aloud (I can give examples of things that are real and fake). Have learners choral read the language objective. Explain that in today's lesson, they will categorize noun phrases as examples of either realism or fantasy.