A Differentiated Lesson by Pam Sawyer, EDU 610, April 2008 We're Going on a Bear Hunt!
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
During the reading, students act out the story by participating in the chant. “ We’re going on a bear hunt…”
PROCESS The Task Rotation, or 4-Mat Chart, is shown so students can choose an activity. Differentiated Instruction by Learner Profile
Students work on tasks.
Samples of student work by learning profile… PRODUCT
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.
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?
PERSONAL INVOLVEMENT Task: How would you feel if you went on a bear hunt?
CREATING SOMETHING NEW RELATED TO A TOPIC Task: What do you think the bear did at the end of the story?
Celebrate learning! … with some Teddy Grahams…
… and finish with a Compare/Contrast activity. bears Teddy Grahams same