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Lesson Plan 4-21-11 (1)

Lesson Plan 4-21-11 (1) - Subject English Grade 3 Standards...

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Subject: English Grade: 3 Standards of Learning: English 3.5 j. Understand basic plots of fairy tales, myths, folktales, legends, and fables. English 3.10 The student will write stories, letters, simple explanations, and short reports across all content areas. GENERAL OBJECTIVES: NCTE/IRA 5, 12 Introduction: The teacher will ask students to share characteristics of fairy tales. This taps into their prior knowledge. The teacher will write/list these characteristics on the board, and add any if necessary (see attached Fairy Tale Fact sheet for guidance). The teacher will then read two fairytale examples (The Princess and the Pea and The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids). After, she will ask the students if there are anymore characteristics they would like to add to the list. The teacher will then announce that the students are going to write their own fairy tale, based on the sense of hearing. The teacher will ask students why hearing is important, and what certain sounds mean/make the students think of (example: thunder, sirens, ghostly sounds). The teacher will ask students what kind of feelings these sounds make them have (fear, happiness, etc.). The teacher needs to show that there is a connection between sounds and what we associate with them (feelings, events, etc.). SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES The students will… Share characteristics of fairy tales. Listen to two examples of fairytales.
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