Have you ever envied the math teachers that get to do all of the fun hands-on lessons? I know I have! Being departmentalized, I always miss the hands-on experiences from Math and Science.
I am bringing Hand-On Reading (Point of View) to you!
-THREE levels of task card passages. (2nd, 3rd, and 4th)
-Instructions for the students.
-Instructions and pictures for the teacher.
-Rubric included on the task card for easy assessment of mastery.
What is Hands-On Point of View?
A Point of View lesson that will allow students to read a passage, construct a graphic organizer with their hands and some simple supplies, then complete their graphic organizer.
-Pass out a reading task card to each student. Cards are differentiated in three -different levels. Level=Grade Level.
-Pass out a bag with the Graphic Organizer Supplies to each student.
--1 Container of Play-Doh
--Dry Erase Marker
--A Wipe to Clean Desk
--Using the play-dough, the students will make sunglasses like the ones pictured above.
--With a dry erase marker, the students will write 1st person above the left lens and 3rd person above the right lens.
--With a dry erase marker, the students will write key words from the text in each lens that tell you which point of view the text is written in.
--After the teacher checks their work, the students will erase their desk and put their play-dough away.
The kids will be highly engaged and will love working with their hands. Building the graphic organizers also makes the graphic organizer more meaningful to the students.
More Hands-On Reading:
Hands-On Reading: Main Idea
Hands-On Reading: Author's Purpose
Hands-On Reading: Summary
Hands-On Reading: Sequence
Hands-On Reading: Cause and Effect
Hands-On Reading: Character Traits
Hands-On Reading: Text Features
Hands-On Reading: Compare and Contrast
Hands-On Reading: Inference
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