Sara Hesemann

Sara Hesemann
3rd Grade ELA
80 Lessons
James C Bush Elementary School
Johnsburg, IL
Student Environment:
Rural
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Ahoy! Text Features Straight Ahead!
 
Big Idea: Students will be introduced to text features within informational text and will get to go on a text feature scavenger hunt.
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Sounds Like the Sea to Me!
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will be introduced to domain-specific academic vocabulary, skim text to find the words within informational text, and talk with and listen to their peers to determine the meaning of the words.
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Wondering About the Water (Day 1)
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will begin to think critically about the content by asking questions they’re curious about as well as finding answers for their questions explicitly in the text.
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Wondering About the Water (Day 2)
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will begin to think critically about the content by asking questions they’re curious about as well as finding answers for their questions explicitly in the text.
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Diving Deeper Into Asking & Answering Questions
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will get to delve into digital informational text to further explore finding answers for their own questions about oceans.
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An Ocean of Knowledge
 
Big Idea: Students will show off their knowledge gained from reading informational text and digital sources by creating an "Ocean of Knowledge" piece showing their questions and answers.
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Sea Stanzas: An Introduction to Poetry Structure
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will be introduced to poetry and gain an understanding of the basic structure of poetry!
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Looking Through the Porthole: Recognizing Author's Point of View
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will read ocean-inspired poetry and identify the narrator’s, author's, or poet’s, point of view and purpose for writing the poem.
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Do You "Sea" What I "Sea"?
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will share poems that are inspired by the sea. As they listen to and read poems, they will make drawings of what they see in their minds, thinking about each stanza as they build upon each other, to develop their own point of view
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Smooth Sailing: Reading Poetry with Fluency
 
Big Idea: In this lesson, students will work on reading poetry fluently, and then share their readings with the class.
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