Student Student What do you see?<br />Calisha Belen<br />
Student Student What do you see?<br />
I see an apple looking at me.<br />
Apple Apple what do you see?<br />
I see a worm looking at me.<br />
Worm Worm what do you see?<br />
I see a book looking at me.<br />
Book Book what do you see?<br />
I see a teacher looking at me.<br />
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Lesson Plan Concept: Pattern Book and Color Book Pre-Reading I will begin by reading the title and showing the students the book cover. I would ask the students if they have ever read the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See. I would also ask the students what they think the book is about. Before I start, I will also review shapes and ask if they see anything familiar. Reading I will read the book to the children while pointing at each word as I say it. I will then ask the students what they see in the picture. Next, I would read the book again and have the students read along with me. Post-Reading After we have read the story, I will pass out a paper where I put their name at the top asking them what they see. For example, they will look at the classroom and write down what they see. Afterwards I will hang the books on a bulletin board and allow the students to see their creation.

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What do you see?

  1. 1. Student Student What do you see?<br />Calisha Belen<br />
  2. 2. Student Student What do you see?<br />
  3. 3. I see an apple looking at me.<br />
  4. 4. Apple Apple what do you see?<br />
  5. 5. I see a worm looking at me.<br />
  6. 6. Worm Worm what do you see?<br />
  7. 7. I see a book looking at me.<br />
  8. 8. Book Book what do you see?<br />
  9. 9. I see a teacher looking at me.<br />
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