A House withMany Views   Molly McCarthy
Objective Grade Level: 3 Estimated Time: Big Idea: Human Emotion Objective: Students will be able to exhibit an  under...
Standards 1.3.3.C: Identify, explain, interpret, compare, and/or  describe character actions, motives, dialogue,  emotion...
Materials Hansel and Gretel book Small cardboard carton Brown tempera paint Paint brushes Magazines/newspapers Sciss...
Inspired Resources Hansel and Gretel book Hanna Hoch: Collage/Photomontage Artist Antonio Gaudi: Spanish Architect   P...
Procedures Introduce the story by showing the Mickey and Minnie Mouse  version Read Hansel and Gretel Mini-lesson on po...
Making the Gingerbread House
Evaluation Informal: Class discussion about point of view   Questions to lead discussion:     What is point of view?   ...
Extensions/Modifications Extensions:   Make a classroom neighborhood of all the gingerbread    houses   Pick a characte...
Resource Links Hannah Hoch Collage   http://www.dreamcollage.com/hannah-hoch.htm Antonio Gaudi’s Gingerbread Houses   ...
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A House With Many Views

  1. 1. A House withMany Views Molly McCarthy
  2. 2. Objective Grade Level: 3 Estimated Time: Big Idea: Human Emotion Objective: Students will be able to exhibit an understanding of point of view and human emotion as it relates to Hansel and Gretel by collaging a gingerbread house with feeling words or pictures New Vocabulary: point of view, collage, photomontage, warm colors, cool colors
  3. 3. Standards 1.3.3.C: Identify, explain, interpret, compare, and/or describe character actions, motives, dialogue, emotions/feelings, traits, and relationships among characters within fictional or literary nonfictional text 9.1.3.E: Demonstrate the ability to define objects, express emotions, illustrate an action or relate an experience through creation of works in the arts
  4. 4. Materials Hansel and Gretel book Small cardboard carton Brown tempera paint Paint brushes Magazines/newspapers Scissors Glue Construction paper computers
  5. 5. Inspired Resources Hansel and Gretel book Hanna Hoch: Collage/Photomontage Artist Antonio Gaudi: Spanish Architect  Park Guell Gingerbread Houses Mickey and Minnie Mouse Hansel and Gretel Video
  6. 6. Procedures Introduce the story by showing the Mickey and Minnie Mouse version Read Hansel and Gretel Mini-lesson on point of view Class discussion about point of view Mini-lesson on color Guided Activity: Wordle cloud Introduce collage activity Share Inspired Resources
  7. 7. Making the Gingerbread House
  8. 8. Evaluation Informal: Class discussion about point of view  Questions to lead discussion:  What is point of view?  How do different points of view allow for the understanding of human emotions?  What roles do different points of views play in reading or telling a story?  Whose point of view do you think would make Hansel and Gretel most interesting?  Formal: rubric
  9. 9. Extensions/Modifications Extensions:  Make a classroom neighborhood of all the gingerbread houses  Pick a character with an interesting point of view and create a gingerbread person Modifications  Cut out magazines/newspapers for class  Rip construction paper instead of cutting
  10. 10. Resource Links Hannah Hoch Collage  http://www.dreamcollage.com/hannah-hoch.htm Antonio Gaudi’s Gingerbread Houses  http://www.bluffton.edu/~sullivanm/spain/barcelona/gau dipark/gaudipark6.html Mickey and Minnie Mouse Hansel and Gretel Video  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7ZMFLyZ4BU Wordle Website:  Wordle.net

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