Kids are learning to give up when things get hard, or worse, not to try because they may fail. The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes is a great story to address the "what ifs" of failing, how being perfect isn't always what we need to strive for, and just because you fail - you are not a failure.
This is a WEEK LONG Unit. This set has 65+ usable pages to help your students progress toward mastering reading standards AND their growth mindset.
There are 5 days of lessons with introduction, vocabulary, questions, whole group, and small group/individual work! Each day has interactive notebook pieces and/or practice pages for their reading responses.
Here's the table of contents (so you know exactly what you're getting):
p.2-5 – Thanks & Previews
p.6 – Table of Contents
p.7-13 – Growth Mindset Posters
p.14 – Day One Lesson Plan – Predicting & Venn Diagram
p.15 – Prediction Page
p.16-18 – Venn Diagrams (2 Versions)
p.19 – Day Two Lesson Plan – Questioning
p.20-21 – Anti-Growth Mindset Card Sort
p.22-27 – Question Posters (Who, What, When, Where, Why, How)
p.28-29 – Vocabulary Cards
p.30 – Question Creation Page
p.31 – Question Interactive Notebook Flip Book
p.32-34 – Comprehension & Growth Mindset Question Cards (The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes)
p.35 – Day Three Lesson Plans – Story Elements
p.36-39 – Group Story Sequencing (B, M, E) with KEY
p.40 – Story Elements Page
p.41-42 – Story Elements Interactive Notebook Activity 1
p.43-44 – Story Elements Interactive Notebook Activity 4
p.45-47 – Student Sequencing Activity with KEY
p.48 – Day Four Lesson Plan – Character Analysis
p.49 – Group Analysis Activity Page
p.50 – Character Analysis of Beatrice (Individual Work)
p.51 – Day Five Lesson Plan – Cause & Effect
p.52 – Cause & Effect Practice Page from Text
p.53 – Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then Interactive Notebook Activity
p.54 – Book Review with Emojis
p.55-74 – Printer Friendly & Black/White Options
p.75 - Credit
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events
Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.