Lesson: Sequence of Events
The following is an EATS Lesson Plan: Essential Question, Activating Strategy, Teach, and Summarize. This lesson plan is designed to utilize with a small group, but may be used during whole group instruction.
Essential Question – How can I use story clues to help me sequence important events in a story?
- Have students make a list of steps for making a snowman
- When students are finished, have one student read their steps
- As they read each step, the teacher will draw their snowman, as they describe it on the board. Draw several student's snowmen based on their directions they give.
- Afterwards, explain to students that it is important that steps or events go in a certain order and are very specific or they don't make sense.
- Review vocabulary words – goal, cheered, screamed, voice - have students illustrate and use each word in a sentence
- Allow students to partner read the story. Afterwards, give each partner pair a comprehension question task card where students will read the questions and discuss the answers based on what they read in the story.
- Whole group - jigsaw questions, share answer aloud to review story comprehension
- Have students cut story event sentences and glue them in order on a piece of construction paper. Students may refer to book if necessary.
- Have students read story events in order to a partner, using sequencing words: first, next, then, last.
- Give students pictures to sequence into correct order and write sentences to go with each picture using sequencing words.
|Soccer with Dad sequence events.docx||
|Comprehension Task Cards.pdf||
|soccer with dad sequencing pictures.pptx||
|Soccer with Dad||