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The Big Bad Wolf: Analyzing Point of View in Texts
|Grades||6 – 8|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Four or five 45-minute sessions|
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May 26, 2014
I need a "high interest reading lesson with writing component" for a third round interview in front of a live class of 7th grades - at a school where I am trying to get a job. I found something earlier, but this seems so much better - I love the technology component. Also, being that it's the end of the school year students aren't really going to want to do a lot of work - so hopefully this will allow them to be more engaged. I'm going to try to find some music to go along with the whole "big bad wolf" theme.....
April 25, 2014
October 30, 2012
I am excited to try out this lesson on analyzing view points. I have been doing the same with the students of my Grade 6 class using the book'Voices in the Park' by Anthony Browne. The students are enjoying analyzing each voice in the book using images, font, language and punctuation.
January 27, 2012
I actually was wondering the same thing! I lover Dr. Andreotti's work!
March 22, 2011
I was wondering is this lesson based on Dr. Vanessa Andreotti's model on critical literacy???
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