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Kelsey Dean Lesson: Being Thankful Lesson Description: This is designed for an elementary school classroom around Thanksgiving. Anticipatory set: Teacher asks someone to explain the story of thanksgiving, why thankfulness is a theme of the holiday, and what it means to be thankful. Then the teacher asks students to make a list of things they don’t like doing, like chores. Then teacher will show them how to make the list into positive things to be thankful for. Objectives: Students will realize that they have a lot to be thankful for, and learn to be more positive. They will be more inclined to give others reasons to be thankful by being helpful and generous. Input: 1. Task Analysis: Students will already know the story of Thanksgiving. They will have journals to make their lists in during the lesson. They will share what they put down in their notebooks. 2. Levels of thinking - Knowledge: Students will understand the concept of being thankful - Comprehension: Students will make a list of things they dislike doing or
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