Early Childhood Plan.docx - Multicultural 1 Early Childhood Plan Christa Hamilton Liberty University EDUC 201-B01 Multicultural 2 Early Childhood Plan

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Multicultural 1 Early Childhood Plan Christa Hamilton Liberty University EDUC 201-B01 February 15, 2019
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Multicultural 2 Early Childhood Plan As an early childhood teacher, you must plan ahead for what you want the outcome of your lesson to be. You cannot just decide I want to read this and hope the students learn something from it. You must know why you chose a particular story and what you want the children to learn from it or experience from it. Book 1 The first book I would choose to read to my class is The Girl Who loved Wild Horses by Paul Goble. I would choose this book because the children can learn about life as a Native American and what it was like to live-in wide-open spaces. This book can help teach them of the culture of Native Americans. As I am reading the book which is a 2 nd grade level book I would have the class talk about the different animals in the story and how the Native American girls’ life was different than theirs. After we are done reading the story, I would have the class draw a picture to go along with the story about life during the wild west days. I would also have the class construct teepees out of popsicle sticks, yarn and felt paper.
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