# Teaching RL4.1 Refer to Details and Examples in a Text

# Reading Literature – 4th Grade

**Key Ideas and Details**

Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

**Teacher Notes**

Drawings and equations help us solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities.

Understanding the context and actions of a story problem helps us to interpret and represent mathematical equations.

**Student Knowledge Goals**

- I know details and examples from text should be used as evidence to support inferences I make when reading the text.
- I can use my own experiences and details from the text to make an inference.
- I know text contains explicit and implicit information.
- I know explicit information is stated directly in the text and can be used to help me find an answer.
- I know implicit information is not stated in the text, but draws upon my own experiences and clues from the text that will help me draw a conclusion.
- I know how to choose details and examples from the text that will help me make an inference.

**Vocabulary**

- explicit/explicitly
- evidence
- implicit/imply
- inference/infer
- reference/refer

**Lessons**

ReadWorks– Identify and describe the difference between explicit information and drawing conclusions.

ReadWriteThink – Define and understand the types of QARs, answer literal and inferential questions, and identify where the answers were found.

Teacher’s Cafe – Interpret the unknown in division using the array model.

Learn Zillion Lesson Day 1 – text-dependent questions to be explored in the lesson along with supporting graphic organizers

**Student Video Lessons**

Learn Zillion – Draw inferences about a character by linking character words and actions from the text

Learn Zillion – Locate evidence by skimming the entire text and marking related sentences.

Learn Zillion – Select the best answer by weighing the evidence

**Online Problems and Assessments**

ReadWorks – Passage and Questions

Division word problems – facts to 10

Complete the division table

**Online Games**

Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division

**Printables**

Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division

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