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  • 1. Jessica Prieto, Luis Salazar Yaimiry Martinez, Rainer Zayas Final Project Period 3 Compare & Contrast
  • 2. Harry Allard was born in Evanston, Illinois on January 27th. He grew up in California, Long Island, and Chicago. He graduated from Northwestern College in 1943 and then performed active duty in Korea. He then lived in Paris for several years and became so fluent in the language that he got a master's degree and then a Ph.D. in French from Yale in 1973. He taught French at the college level for many years. Upon his arrival in Boston, he met James Marshall, whose art and friendship inspired Allard's first book, The Stupids Step Out. This successful collaboration paved the way for the publication of other Stupids books and the Miss Nelson series. Miss Nelson is Missing was voted one of the most memorable books of the century. Mr. Allard lives and works in Massachusetts. About the Author
  • 3.
    • What do you think this story is about?
    • Have you ever had a teacher that has gone missing from one day to another?
    • Why do you think the title of this story is “Miss Nelson is Missing”?
    Discussion Question Before Reading: During Reading:
    • Do you think Miss Nelson changed schools?
    • Where do you think Miss Nelson went?
    • Do you think she’ll ever come back?
    After Reading:
    • What do you think the author was trying to teach you?
    • Can you connect anything in this story to any school year?
    • Did this story interest you?
  • 4. 1- Misbehaving: acting bad 2- Refused: to say no 3- Terrible: really bad 4- Missing: to be absent 5- Secret: something that no body is suppose to know Vocabulary
  • 5. -Draw a line from each word to its definition 1- Misbehaving: 2- Refused: 3- Terrible: 4- Missing: 5- Secret: Vocabulary Activity
    • Really bad.
    • Something that no one is suppose to know.
    • Acting bad.
    • To say no.
    • To be absent.
  • 6. Information on: Compare & Contrast
  • 7. Graphic Organizer
  • 8.
    • 1: How are Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp similar?
    • a. Both teachers have blonde hair.
    • b. Both teachers are mean and cruel.
    • c. Both teachers teach in room 207.
    • d. Both are nice teachers.
    2: How are Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp different? a. Miss Nelson is a kind teacher and Miss Viola Swamp is a mean teacher? b. Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp are neighbors. c. Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp are sisters. d. Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp are nice, sweet teachers. 3: What character in the story made a difference in class’s behavior? a. Miss Viola Swamp b. Miss Nelson c. The principal d. Their parents Quiz
  • 9. “ Students will draw what a mean and cruel teacher looks like to them.” Fun Activity 1 st : We will ask students to visualize what a mean and cruel 2 nd : We will hand out the materials to students. 3 rd : We will ask to dram what a mean and curl teacher looks like to them. teacher looks like to them. Construction Paper and Crayons -Materials: -Procedures:
  • 10.
    • 1: How do you teach compare and contrast?
    • I have students make a list of similarities and differences.
    • 2: What do you think its difficult about teaching comparing and contrast?
    • Students tend to have a hard time finding similarities.
    • Students over look simple things.
    • 3: What advice can you give us in our Project?
    • Make a list on Miss Viola Swamp and another list on
    • Miss Nelson to help you find the similarities and differences.
    • Recall ideas.
    Interview Mr. Benitez
  • 11.
    • The skill lesson we worked on today was compare and contrast. One thing we understand better is that children’s books can help you understand compare and contrast better. This skill will help us be better reader’s because it will help us understand the reading more and comprehend it better.
    • We are going to remember this how to use this skill by using Venn Diagrams and similar Graphic Organizers. One piece of advice we would give to some one working with this skill is that its really helpful and using a Venn Diagram as one of your Graphic Organizers it will help you organize your ideas way better. In order to improve we will need to read the story carefully and find the similarities and differences. One more thing we want you to know is that a Venn Diagram is the best way to use and use ass your Graphic Organizer
    What we have learned
  • 12. Mr. Benitez, Biology teacher. . Classroom hand outs, (compare and contrast: Blackline Masters. Trek2, Journey 10; Trek 3, Journey 2; Trek 4, Journey12) References
  • 13. The End ! Jessica Prieto, Luis Salazar Yaimiry Martinez, Rainer Zayas Period 3 Compare & Contrast Valuable Skill