This is the story of a farmer who lost the fish in the nearby lake because of eutrophication.
The story is divided into two sections each after which some questions are embedded. The teacher can reads each part of the story then asks the questions. This helps the student become more focused and engaged while reading.
The questions are what, where, who, when, how , and why ones. In addition, there are one critical thinking question and another creative thinking one. The first is about solving the problem and the second is about preventing it.
A student’s booklet is provided for the students to write their answers. An image is available for each question that gives a hint on the answer. When the students are done, they will have a mini booklet showing the story in images, with their writings summarizing the issue.
This booklet can be used to prepare a bulletin board for the story.
Step by step illustrated story with the questions embedded. This comes in the form of a power point presentation.
Student’s illustrated workbook.
Part of the story and part of the student’s work book.
Read the story slide by slide.
When a question arises, discuss them with the students and then ask them to fill in the proper page in their workbook to answer each question.