Reflection: High Expectations Hey Diddle Diddle, A Look Beyond the Fiddle - Section 2: Procedure

 

When I assigned the task of doing the cloze sentence worksheet, I really thought that I would be faced with groans and whining of "I can't do this."  The sheet looks challenging.  It has lots of words written in sentences with lots of empty boxes to be filled in.  What was wonderful for me to see was the children working together to fill in those spaces, like they were finding pieces of a puzzle.  They took turns reading the sentences--yes, READING!  Without much direction on my part, the children did just what I wanted them to do and I discovered how much they have grown--THRILLING!

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Hey Diddle Diddle, A Look Beyond the Fiddle

Unit 3: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify and demonstrate verbs from Hey Diddle, Diddle, as well as retell the events of the nursery rhyme. Student Objective: I can describe action words about Hey Diddle, Diddle and tell the rhyme.

Big Idea: Kindergarten children love to act out and make believe. This nursery rhyme is full of it!

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