Reflection: Standards Alignment It's Double Bubble Time! - Section 1: Prepare the Learner


The use of multi media is something our district is stressing along with building listening skills.  Students will be required to listen for information as much as read for information under Common Core, so we need to start in kindergarten.

To this end, I chose to use a video of the story rather than read the book.  The kids absolutely love it!  We call it 'watching a movie!'

  Use of video
  Standards Alignment: Use of video
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It's Double Bubble Time!

Unit 1: School
Lesson 21 of 21

Objective: SWBAT compare characters in similar stories.

Big Idea: School isn't always what we expect it to be!

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