Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding And This Book Was Just Right...Using the Story of the Three Bears to Pick Out Books - Section 3: Procedure

 

In the case of this lesson, the children loved the retelling of a classic fairytale and wanted to do more after hearing Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  After the lesson about choosing best-fit books, the children wanted to act out the story.  I divided the class into groups of four and they made headbands to portray the four characters of Papa, Mama, Baby Bear and Goldilocks.  It was not what I had planned but ended up as a rewarding experience, and what was generated by the students solidified my best-fit lesson.

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And This Book Was Just Right...Using the Story of the Three Bears to Pick Out Books

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: SWBAT select books for their book boxes based on what is "just right" for them. Student Objective: I can pick "just right books" for my book box.

Big Idea: Choosing books that are "just right" help children develop into stronger readers.

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