Animals in People Clothing-Storybook Depictions

Learning Objectives :

Inquiry Skills:



  • Uses prior and background knowledge as context for new learning

  • Read, view and listen for information presented in order to make sense of it


Inquiry Dispositions:



  • Showing an appreciation for literature


Language Arts:



  • Listening for understanding



Duration :
One session (There are four sessions in this project)

Materials :

  • Fiction books that involve animals such as Little Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs, etc.

  • Nonfiction books on animals



Directions :

This project would be an excellent follow-up to and culminating activity for "Sorting Fiction and Nonfiction Books" presented by the same educator.



Assessment :

  • Are students able to pick out all the instances in which the animal character portrays human-like characteristics?

  • Do students make the connection that storybook animal characters are commonly portrayed doing human things?

  • Next lesson in this series of lesson plans: "Wonder" Questions About Real Animals


Additional Information :
Next lesson in this series of lesson plans: "Wonder" Questions About Real Animals


Credits :
This lesson plan is based on actual lessons presented by Denise Bieniek.

Skills:
  • Listening for information
  • Making sense of information
  • Category:
    Language and Literacy
    Topics:
  • Animals (see also mammals
  • birds
  • invertebrates
  • etc.)
  • Storybook depictions of
  • Grade Lavel(s):
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade
  • Kindergarten
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    h2

    h3

    h4

    h5