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Bear Hunt

  1. 1. A Differentiated Lesson by Pam Sawyer, EDU 610, April 2008 We're Going on a Bear Hunt!
  2. 2. Mrs. Sawyer’s Grade One enjoys the popular children’s book, “ We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury. CONTENT
  3. 4. During the reading, students act out the story by participating in the chant. “ We’re going on a bear hunt…”
  4. 6. PROCESS The Task Rotation, or 4-Mat Chart, is shown so students can choose an activity. Differentiated Instruction by Learner Profile
  5. 8. Students work on tasks.
  6. 10. Samples of student work by learning profile… PRODUCT
  7. 11. MASTERY OF INFORMATION : Task: Make a fist list (5 items) of the places that the family went on their bear hunt. Draw and label one. MASTERY OF UNDERSTANDING Task: Make a fist list (5 items) of the places the family went on their bear hunt. Illustrate and label.
  8. 15. UNDERSTANDING OF KEY IDEAS Task: Why did the bear follow the family home? UNDERSTANDING OF KEY IDEAS Task: Why did the bear follow the family home?
  9. 17. PERSONAL INVOLVEMENT Task: How would you feel if you went on a bear hunt?
  10. 20. CREATING SOMETHING NEW RELATED TO A TOPIC Task: What do you think the bear did at the end of the story?
  11. 24. Celebrate learning! … with some Teddy Grahams…
  12. 28. … and finish with a Compare/Contrast activity. bears Teddy Grahams same
  13. 30. The bear hunt is over!

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