Reflection: Real World Applications Is there Room On the Broom? - Section 2: Reading the Story

 

This lesson was fun because I could involve my students in the telling of the story.  I asked questions that were real life questions.  What did she drop?  Will she go get it?  How will she get it?  Will she find it?  Who wants a ride?  Will they fit?  Will she say "yes"?  Even though my students are young they have experiences in real life that are similar.  They could fell the emotions of the characters and understand the story line.  I think it would have been fun to act this story our and video it for them to watch.  That is a fun thought for next year.

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Is there Room On the Broom?

Unit 14: Fall
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: With prompting and support SWBAT retell the story by using a Beginning/Middle/End template after listening to a story.

Big Idea: The students will draw pictures sequencing the events of the story that will prompt a story retell.

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