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Reading enrichment lp2

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Reading enrichment lp2

  1. 1. Stage One: Desired ResultsTitle: Grade/Subject/Course: DatesReading Enrichment Pre-K, K, 1, 2, #/ ReadingBig Idea(s): Teacher: Overview: PughEstablished Goals:List standards and elements4.1.1. Read, view, and listen for pleasure and personal growth.4.1.3 Respond to literature and creative expressions of ideas in various formats and genres.LD1d Listens to stories read aloud and shows understanding through body language or by interactingappropriately.ELAKR6a. The student listens to and reads a variety of literary (e.g., short stories, poems) and informational textsand materials to gain knowledge and for pleasure.ELA1R6a. The student reads and listens to a variety of texts for information and pleasure.ELA2R4a. The student reads a variety of texts for information and pleasure.ELA3R3a. The student reads a variety of texts for information and pleasure.Enduring Understandings: Essential Questions:Students will understand that…Reading can be enjoyable.Knowledge: Skills:Students will know Students will be able to… Listen and receive meaning from a story. Retell their favorite parts of the story. Stage Two: Assessment EvidencePerformance Tasks/Projects (Summary): Other Evidence (quizzes, tests, academic prompts, observations, dialogues, work samples, student self- assessment): Stage Three: Learning PlanBe very specific in explaining and describing activities/performance in which students will complete Instructional Strategies Procedure Grade: Third Segment One: Introduce the reader’s theater The Cheese. Give the students their parts and begin reading the reader’s theater. Segment Two: Discuss whether the mouse should have left the cheese alone or did they agree that it was silly to leave the cheese along because of the song. Discuss the student’s opinion of the story.
  2. 2. Segment Three: The students will blog about their opinion ofone of the stories.http://2010-2011gba.blogspot.com/2010_09_01_archive.htmlGrade: Second, First & KindergartenSegment One: Sing story time songsSegment Two: Introduce the story, The Cheese, by MargiePalatini. The students will listen to a recording of the authorreading the story.Segment Three: Discuss whether the mouse should have left thecheese alone or did they agree that it was silly to leave thecheese along because of the song. Discuss the student’s opinionof the story.Segment Four: Introduce the story, Pete the Cat: I Love myWhite Shoes, being sure to talk about the author and illustrator.The students will listen to a recording of Pete the Cat by theauthor Eric Litwin.Segment Five: Discuss the student’s opinion of the story. Singthe song I Love My White Shoes.Segment Six: End with story time song.Grade: Pre-KSegment One: Sing story time songsSegment Two: Introduce the story, Pete the Cat: I Love myWhite Shoes, being sure to talk about the author and illustrator.The students will listen to a recording of Pete the Cat by theauthor Eric Litwin.Segment Three: Discuss the student’s opinion of the story. Singthe song I Love My White Shoes.Segment Four: Play the game Pin the Shoe on Pete the Cat.Segment Five: End with story time song.

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