This is a full lesson plan (from my college days, so you know it is jam-packed) that goes to the read aloud "Library Mouse." "Library Mouse" is a children's book about a mouse who reads so much that he decides to write a book. His "housemate" (a child) finds the story and loves it. In the end, the two become friends.
This lesson plan includes the standards to which it teaches to, objectives (cognitive AND social/emotional), content/concept overview, task analysis, instructional resources, student adaptions, the set focusing event, implementation including 3 active learning strategies, closure, an extending activity and even evaluation and reflective practice.
This lesson plan was used in a 3rd grade classroom. The standards are "make meaning from prior knowledge, use context clues, and decode words using letter-sound relationships", "ask questions to extend meaning" and to "organize and categorize information."