Reflection: Lesson Planning "Read It, Don't Eat It!" (based on the book by Ian Schoenherr) - Section 3: Assessment


Since I teach this lesson during the first week of school, there are many children who are unable to write a whole sentence on their own.  What I am looking for is if the child can convey their thoughts through a picture and verbalize what they have learned. Dictation is a way that I can have a conversation to hear a child's thoughts, build relationships, and monitor the child's progress.  Early in the year, there are many students who are shy about speaking in front of a group, but are more comfortable talking to me one-on-one.  The children appreciate the individual attention, too.

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"Read It, Don't Eat It!" (based on the book by Ian Schoenherr)

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 2 of 16

Objective: SWBAT identify details from a story to demonstrate proper handling of a book. Student Objective: I can show how to handle a book gently.

Big Idea: Handling books properly prolongs their "shelf life"!

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