Bud, Not Buddy Jeopardy (Chapters 9 - 19)
Lesson 6 of 10
Objective: SWBAT play a Jeopardy-inspired game to cite evidence from the book Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis.
On yesterday, my students listed three new vocabulary words they learned from reading Bud, Not Buddy. Today, I have them to select one of those words and complete a vocabulary map (attachment may be used as a handout or SmartBoard resource). I explain to them that they will list the vocabulary word in the first box. In the 2nd box, draw a picture to illustrate the word; in the 3rd box, tell what part of speech the word is and list a synonym and/or antonym if the word has one. Finally, use the word correctly in a sentence in the last box. I further explain to them that today we will continue to build upon our Bud, Not Buddy unit by playing a Jeopardy-inspired game about the book Bud, Not Buddy.
My scholars are ready to play Bud, Not Buddy Jeopardy! I divide them into 2 separate teams and explain to them that they will have to cite evidence from the book Bud, Not Buddy to answer text-based questions for chapters 9 - 19. To go through the questions in a logical order, we'll begin on the left and select a square anywhere in the first column. When we finish that column, we'll go to the next column. I remind them that they must respond in the form of the question for the answer. The winning team will receive treats! (Click here to play Bud, Not Buddy Jeopardy (Chapters 9 - 19)).
I know my scholars enjoyed playing Jeopardy! Engaging games help to reinforce content of lessons. To close our lesson, I have them to take five minutes to write a journal entry about three things they have learned from reading Bud, Not Buddy.
(Please be sure to continue the two week Bud, Not Buddy unit with the next lesson - Examining Themes in the book Bud, Not Buddy.