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Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
Mini lesson power point 3
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  • 1. Exploring FamilyRelationships Through Family Trees! By: Megan Roney
  • 2. Presentation Overview Objective Materials Inspired Resources and Vocabulary Procedures Essential Questions Evaluation Procedures Extensions and Modifications
  • 3. Objective Students will be able to exhibit an understanding of family characteristics and relationships by creating a family tree using a combination of construction paper, markers, and natural materials that will represent their family dynamics. 3rd Grade Estimated Time: 2-2.5 hours
  • 4. Materials Guided Activity  Art Activity  Paper (8.5 in. x 11 in.)  Small terra cotta pot  Markers/Colored Pencils  2 packages of clay  Pencils or Pens  Construction paper  Hole punch  Scissors  Ribbon  Markers  Sticks  Hot glue gun  Glue or tape  Materials to decorate pot
  • 5. Inspired ResourcesHansel and Andrew Gretel Jamieson HubskyDon IvanRosa
  • 6. Vocabulary Extended family Kinship Sibling rivalry Characteristic Attribute Venn diagram
  • 7. Procedures Content  Read Hansel and Gretel  Discuss family characteristics and associated words  Discuss family relationships Guided Activity  Create Venn Diagram  Compare student family, partner family, and Hansel and Gretel’s family
  • 8. Procedures: Essential Questions How is your family made up? Are their certain responsibilities that each member in your family takes on? Are your family attributes different than your classmates? Than Hansel and Gretel? Do you and your siblings fight?
  • 9. Andy GoldsworthyCreating art with natural materials!
  • 10. Procedures: Art Activity
  • 11. Evaluation Informal  Answers to essential questions  Observe partner discussions Formal  Rubric
  • 12. Rubric
  • 13. Extensions/Modification Recycled newspaper instead of construction paper Content  Birth order  Responsibilities within the family  Family traditions and family diversity
  • 14. Links to Inspired Resources http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=5000  Where I got some of my ideas for my content http://www.morning- earth.org/artistnaturalists/an_goldsworthy.html  Pictures of artwork made from natural materials http://www.jamiesongallery.com/  Coat of Arms examples by Andrew Jamieson http://www.coatofarmsartist.com/familytrees.html  Different types of family trees and coats of arms http://www.artrick-playground.com/article/The-Donald- Duck-Family-Tree/1496/22784  Picture of the Donald Duck family tree by Don Rosa http://artgallery.com.ua/bigpicture.php?Artist=11&ID=029  Family tree painting by Hubsky Ivan http://lifeoutsidethebathroom.blogspot.com/2010_11_01_ archive.html  Picture of the Simpson siblings

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