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Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge

Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
Historical Fiction - FLEXING our Schema and Building Background Knowleddge
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Historical Fiction Lesson Plan

Grab this 45-minute lesson and GO!! EVERYTHING you need to hit the ground running – including a word-for-word (teacher-tested and student-approved) scrip, and 14 colorful classroom/library charts, graphic organizers, and posters!!!

Through this engaging and educational lesson, students will be driven by the essential question “How can we develop a deeper understanding of the characters, setting, and plot in historical fiction books?”. Students will learn to FLEX their schema and background knowledge by:
• determining what background information is needed to make sense of the story.
• expanding their knowledge and gathering some facts about the time period.

This lesson aligns with Common Core and AASL Standards:
• Common Core Reading Anchor Standards:
*Integration of Knowledge and Ideas: Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
• AASL Standards
*Inquire, Think Critically, and Gain Knowledge: Skills: Use prior and background knowledge as context for new learning.

This detailed lesson includes a complete set of Historical Fiction resources and planning tools:

• A scripted lesson plan including:
1. Essential Questions
2. “I Can” Statements
3. Common Core and AASL Standards Alignment
4. Resources
5. Previous Lessons/Context of Lesson
6. Introduction
7. Procedure
8. Conclusion/Assessment
9. Next Steps

• Historical Fiction Chart (Definition)
• Historical Fiction Readers Chart (What good Historical Fiction Readers Do)
• Schema Chart (Definition)
• American Revolution Chart (progressive example of building schema)
• 4 slides of quick research questions and research
• Clothesline Code Images based on The Scarlet Stockings Spy by Trinka Hankes Noble

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Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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