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Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
Building a House of Power
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Building a House of Power

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  • 1. BUILDING A HOUSE OFPOWER By: Megan Germ
  • 2. LESSON PLAN 3rd Grade Estimated Time: 1 hour & 30 minutes Objective:  Students will be able to exhibit an understanding of power and how it affects their lives by assembling and illustrating a house that represents the power in their lives.
  • 3. MATERIALS 2 pieces of construction paper of any color (can be different colors) Glue bottle Scissors Ruler Pencil Markers Colored pencils
  • 4. “Buy me, I’ll change your life”INSPIRED RESOURCES Hansel and Gretel Artist, Barbara Kruger “SpongeBob SquarePants”VOCABULARY Power Compare Contrast
  • 5. PROCEDURES Guided Activity  Whole class discussion on power in our lives  Create a visual chart with students’ ideas
  • 6. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS Did Hansel and Gretel gain, lose, or both gain and lose power throughout the fairy tale? Are there any temptations in your life that affect or alter your actions or thoughts? What can you currently control in your life? What are things that you have no control over? Are there people that have power over you?
  • 7. ART PROJECT
  • 8. FINAL PROJECT
  • 9. EVALUATION Informal  Ask questions to see if the students have an understanding of the content throughout the guided activities  As a class, make a chart/graphic organizer about power  Monitor the students’ art projects to ensure that their drawings and illustrations represent the content and art skills Formal  Rubric
  • 10. EXTENSIONS & MODIFICATIONS Extensions:  Could have the students share their houses, then put them together into a “neighborhood”.  Creates a classroom identity and community Modifications:  Have everything cut out and glued before
  • 11. WORKS CITED Barbara Kruger: “Buy me, I’ll change your life”  http://www.wdog.com/rider/writings/real_kruger.htm “SpongeBob SquarePants” video clips  http://spongebob.nick.com/videos/clip/the-inside-job-clip.html  http://spongebob.nick.com/videos/clip/clash-of-triton.html  http://spongebob.nick.com/videos/clip/pat-no-pay-clip.html

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