Maritcha  Lesson<br />Students will be divided into four groups. <br />Two of the groups will focus on the chores or Marit...
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  1. 1. Maritcha Lesson<br />Students will be divided into four groups. <br />Two of the groups will focus on the chores or Maritcha<br />and the other two groups will focus on what she does for play, taking notes on these topics.<br />Part 1 – teacher reads out loud from book pgs 7 and 8 to students. Students listen and take notes individually about their topic (either chores or play).<br />Part 2 – working in their groups, students put their notes together into one single list.<br />Part 3 – each group now switches lists with a group who had a different topic. So for example, a group who made a chores list now switches with a group who had a play list.<br />Part 4 – On a sheet that teacher has made for them, group now uses the new list to fill out a sheet about what chores / games Maritcha played and whether or not kids still do or play these things today. Under this part of the sheet is space to explain how, why, or in what capacity.<br />Part 5: Sharing out – groups share their lists with the class as well as where they put each job / game on the sheet. They discuss why they felt this was or wasn’t something that kids still do today.<br />This part of the lesson is open to argument, since two different groups had to make decisions about each topic. The whole-class conversation should allow for students to explain their answers and reasoning. “We think this because…”<br /> Skills in this lesson:<br />Individual note taking from a listening passage (ELA skill)<br />Group work to combine the notes of individual students into a single list<br />Group work for comparing and contrasting between Maritcha”s activities and those done by kids today.<br />Whole class discussion where students explain their reasoning with comparisons and examples.<br />Name ____________________________________<br />Chores / PlayDo Children Still Do This Today?How, Why or Why not?<br />Extra space to talk about one or more of the chores / play activities and how kids do or play this today:<br />

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