praise them if they got the correct
answer and correct them if not.
I would finish the book.
1. I would tell the students to raise
their hands if they liked the book.
would ask one student that raised
their hand to tell me why they liked
it. I would ask one student that did
not raise their hand to tell me why
they did not like it.
2. I would begin a discussion with a
question that will require thinking.
“Raise your hand if you can tell me
the reason why people marched in
the March on Washington?”
I would listen closely
I would praise
them if they got the correct answer
and correct them if not. Based upon
their answers, I would keep the
discussion going with questions that
were related to both their answers
and the book.
1. When finished with the discussion,
I would pair the students up into 6
groups, and I would assign them
either who, what, when, where, why,
or how. “I am going to give each
group a small poster board, and on it.
If I gave you “who,” you are going to
write who was mentioned in the
story. If I gave you “what,” you are
going to write what the main point
were. If I gave you “when,” you are
going to write when the main points
took place. If I gave you “where,”
you are going to write where the
story took place. If I gave you “why,”
you are going to write why the events
took place. If I gave you “how,” you
are going to write how the people
went about solving the issue.” (This
will allow the students to practice the
learning function). “Each group will
draw a picture to go with their
2. I would ask each group what to
share their poster together for the
other students to see.
1. Some students would raise their hands,
and some would not. Two students would
answer why they liked the book or why
they did not like the book.