New Year 2017 Mini Book and Teaching Posters

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Happy New Year 2017 Mini Book with Teaching Posters

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I created this Happy New Year Mini Book and Teaching Posters with the idea that my students would work in partners to complete it. I want them to share their New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day experiences. I figured by working in partners, they would remember better as they began talking about it. Next I would have them share in front of the class the part they like the best about their experience.
See the steps below to teach the entire lesson.

This product includes:
1 - 15 page Mini Book (Half Sheet)
1 - Cover Page
2 - On New Year's Eve, I went to...
3 - I played with...
4 - I ate and drank...
5 - Fireworks?
6 - I stayed up until...
7 - My favorite thing about New Year's Eve was...
8 - The best thing about 2016 was...
9 - On New Year's Day, I woke up at...
10 - On New Year's Day, I watched...
11 - On New Year's Day I ate and drank...
12 - In 2017 I want to...
13 - And...
14 - And...
15 - Doing these things will make me better by...

3 Teaching Posters (New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, New Year's Resolutions

Steps:

Step One: New Year’s Eve - Use the poster to explain that New Year’s Eve is the last day before the New Year starts. It is December 31st. Ask students to share customs and traditions for this day.
This website gives the words and meaning to the traditional New Year’s Eve song Auld Lang Syne http://www.newyearfavors.com/new-years-eve-song.html

Step Two: New Year’s Day – Use the poster to explain that New Year’s Day is the first day of the brand new year. It is January 1st.
Ask students to share customs and traditions for this day.

Step Three: Resolutions – Show the poster and discuss New Year’s Resolutions and why people make them. Share a resolution that you have made and discuss appropriate resolutions for them.

Step Four: Mini Book - Pass out the Mini Books.
Students will work with a partner and discuss their New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day events. They will share their Resolutions and write about them in their books.

You could do all of the steps in one day or split them up over 2 -4 days.

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