By Brenda S. Copeland
This functional guide offers greater than 30 ready-to-use lesson plans that attach photograph books to the nationwide language arts criteria set forth by means of NCTE and IRA. Designed for the first grades, all classes were school room verified and are available with dozens of reproducible styles and worksheets. every one lesson plan comprises bibliographic details, an outline of the factors utilized within the lesson, abilities and goals, grade point, lists of props and fabrics, dress principles, a step by step lesson description, comprehension questions, and follow-up actions. an excellent device for someone who works with younger scholars, this advisor will generate hours of inventive exploration, studying, and enjoyment. Grades K-3
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5 Communication Strategie s Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writin g process elements appropriately to communicate with different audience s for a variety of purposes. Skills Retellin g Objective Students will be able to tell the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Grade Leve l Secon Props Picture Materials Tw d grade s or stuffed animal s for the characters in the story: bat, swan, cow, seal, and kangaroo Picture of your mother o paper bags, lunch size Instructions Using the pattern worksheets, cut the face and two ears out of brown paper and attach them to paper bags to make the llamas.
Grade Leve l Firs Props Smal Materials Fel t and second grades l stuffed mous e t (white, purple, tan, and green)(See pattern for shapes. ) Flannel board Puffy pain t (for details on shapes) Instructions Cut shapes from th e felt an d decorate them with the puffy paint . Lesson Step 1: Give the students clues. See if they can guess the title of the book that you plan to read. Place the book, along with the mouse and the clues written on cards, in a brown paper bag. • Clu e one: Mouse is the main character • Clue two: Title starts out (If You Take).
7 The Jacket I Wear in the Snow By Shirley Neitzel From Shirley Neitzel. The Jacket I Wear in the Snow. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1989. 1 Reading for Perspectiv e Students read a wide range of print and nonprint texts to build an understanding of texts, of themselves, and of the cultures of the United States and the world; to acquire new information; to respond t o the needs an d demands o f societ y an d the workplace; an d for persona l fulfillment . Among these texts are fiction an d nonfiction, classi c and contemporary works.