Lesson Plan Sequence
1. We will begin by reviewing our goals and scales and students will rate themselves. Students will check their scales on their desk.
Learning Goal: I can use information gained from the illustrations, and words in text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
2. Quick review of Champs expectation during whole group, small group and centers rotations
3. PowerPoint presentation- We will review both versions of The Three Little Pigs Story Elements
• Theme- Lesson & Moral
4. Lesson’s Activity -Use information gained from the illustrations, and words in text to demonstrate understanding of its characters –
• Students will work in groups to discuss character traits. The Activity will be about both the inner and outer traits of the Big Bad Wolf and Alexander T. Wolf.
• I will give an example of the activities expectations before handing out supplies (This is the-I do -part)
Big Bad Wolf
External (Outer Trait) -Brown fur
Internal (Inside Trait) -Sneaky behavior
Alexander T. Wolf
External (Outer Trait)- Black fur
Internal (Inside Trait)- Sincere behavior
• As table groups they will complete an Anchor chart. Each student will have the opportunity to write an inner and outer trait for each wolf. Students are to discuss their choices with their table before writing it neatly on the chart. When the chart is complete they may use it as a reference for the next activity. (This is the - We Do-Part)
5. Each student will be given a Venn diagram to complete on his or her own. They are to Compare and contrast the Big Bad Wolf and Alexander T. Wolf. Students are to use information gained from the illustrations, and words in text to demonstrate understanding of each characters. (This is the -You Do-Part)
6. Exit Slip -“What have you learned today about inside/outside character traits?”
7. Students will break up into small group center rotations.
Small group rotations will be:
2. Teacher Table – Story Elements/How illustrations help us understand the story better
3. Creative Writing -Letters to Alexander T. Wolf
4. Game: Guess Who?