Monica Brown

Monica Brown
4th Grade ELA
133 Lessons
Oakhaven Elementary School
Memphis, TN
Student Environment:
Urban
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Analyzing Story Elements in the book Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: The students will use a graphic organizer to construct a character sketch in order to introduce the main character, Bud. They will provide textual evidence to support their description of Bud.
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Bud, Not Buddy Jeopardy (Chapters 1-8)
 
Big Idea: Students will use an interactive online Jeopardy game to cite evidence in answering text-based questions about the complex literary text Bud, Not Buddy (chapters 1-8) by Christopher Paul Curtis.
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Write an Opinion Text of Your Own Rules for Survival Using the book Bud, Not Buddy as a Guide
 
Big Idea: In order to practice writing in a variety of modes and in response to literature, students will develop their own "Rules for Survival" using those in Bud, Not Buddy as a guide. Students will not only create their own rules, but also evaluate them.
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What's Up With All That Jazz - Write a Song or Poem to Explain the Text Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: Because incorporating forms of artistic expression is an important part of learning, students will create a song/poem to explain the events and significance of the events in the book Bud, Not Buddy using voice recorder interactive technology.
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Referring to Specific Details and Examples to Explain the Text Bud Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: The students will construct a well-written summary of Bud, Not Buddy.
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Bud, Not Buddy Jeopardy (Chapters 9 - 19)
 
Big Idea: Students will use an interactive online Jeopardy game to cite evidence in answering text-based questions about the complex literary text Bud, Not Buddy (chapters 9 - 19).
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Examining Themes in the book Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: Students will illustrate a theme from Bud, Not Buddy through generation of a creative book report (i.e., flyer, newspaper, game, interview with the author, etc.). Through examination of these themes, students will make real world connections.
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Use a Story Map to Write a Narrative About the book Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: Students will use a story map to summarize events in the book Bud, Not Buddy and predict future events through writing a narrative.
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Create a Four Sqaure Writing Graphic Organizer to Analyze Themes in the book Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: Students will use a 4 square writing graphic organizer to analyze the themes in Bud, Not Buddy and examine the author's approach to growing up and begin to write a 5 paragraph opinion essay.
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Finalize Writing an Opinion Essay on Themes in the book Bud, Not Buddy
 
Big Idea: Students will write an opinion essay and be able to make real world connections about themes in Bud, Not Buddy using a 4 square graphic organizer.
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