The children will read the Anne Frank: Students will go back to home groups and complete a news article on the three topics. Each expert writing an article but the group putting it together as a newspaper. Read aloud handout pages to pull all research together this is in student journal.
Share written and oral products in a variety of ways e. Students will select from a variety of pre-selected Biographies that will be used to create a Book that will include background information and illustrations.
How do I research and write about famous people? Students will read Biographies and collect information that will aid them to create a Book. Use oral and written language to present information in a sequenced, logical manner. Ask students to describe their idea of a cool Book. Students will become familiar with people from the past and present by reading Biographies and learn how to organize information in order to create a book.
Explain to the students that they will be selecting a Biography from a pre-determined list. They will be using the Biography to collect information that will be used to help create a book that will contain background information about a famous person and they will also be illustrating their page.
Have the students recall the Alphabet book activity they did with the Math theme. Have students select their Biography books. Inform them that they will have the rest of the lesson period to conduct their research.
Reiterate to the students the goal of the lesson activity is to create a book that we can put together in order for all the students to have as a keep sake. Enough Biographies to have one for each student, Reading Journals, lined paper, pencils.
Refer to previous day lesson. Have students get their Biographies and reading Journals out. The student will then focus on identifying the back ground information that they will use to create the text of their letter page. Ask the students if they have any questions they would like answered and ask several students to share their progress with the class.
Student selected Biography books. Students will read Biographies and collect information that will aid them to create an Alphabet Book. Refer to previous day lesson, the creation process of their book. For students that have collected the necessary information to create the text for their letter page or pages, have them begin the brain storming and rough draft process.
Revise and edit draft. The student will then focus on identifying the back ground information that they will use to create the text of their page or begin the writing process. Inform the students that they should now be working on the background information text that they will use to present their Alphabet letter.
The students will create the text that will be used to present their Biography book. Students will use peer conferencing to edit writing activity. Inform the students that they should now be completing the final draft that will be used to present their Biography and they should also begin to create an illustration that will compliment their written work.
Suggest a picture of their Biography person doing some thing that he or she is famous for. The students will produce the final draft of the text and an illustration that will be used to present their Alphabet letter. Inform the students that their book will be created using the computer.
Student selected Biography books, Reading Journals, Computer, pencils. Reading Standard Course Objective: Read with fluency and comprehension. The learner will apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed.
Read a variety of texts, including:This lesson plan may be used to address the academic standards listed below. These standards are drawn from Content Knowledge: A Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks for K Education: 2nd Edition and have been provided courtesy of the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning in Aurora, Colorado.
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Jul 28, · Tell students that their goals for the following activity are: 1) to write a biography or autobiography, 2) to tell at least five facts about the subject's life, and 3) to write in proper sequence.
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