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LBSC744 Fall 2011 – Adapted from AASL

LIBRARY LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE Created by: Melissa McDonald School/Location: Somerset Elementary School, Regional Summer School 1. Grade: 2 2. Library Context: xx Fixed 3. Lesson Context: (check one) Xx Lesson in a unit Multiple lessons in a unit – Indicate lesson order 4. Collaboration Continuum: (check one) None

Cooperation xx

Coordination

Collaboration

5. Content/Unit: 6. Estimated Lesson time: 7. Learner Characteristics & Implication to Lesson : 8. Instructional Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will to be able to identify traits of a folk tale, and to compare and contrast two or more versions of the folk tale ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ using a Venn diagram 9. Standards for the 21st-Century Learner: AASL: Skills Standard 2.1.2 Organize knowledge so that it is useful

10. Connection to local or state standards: Common Core Language Arts: Reading Standards for Literature K–5 Grades 2/3 Standard 7: Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures. 11. Library lesson: Please see the lesson plan, which immediately follows this template.


LBSC744 Fall 2011 – Adapted from AASL

12. Justification for Choice of Instructional Strategies and Research Models (if used) 13. Resources for Students (check all that apply) xx Books

14. List of resources/materials used in this lesson Jack and the Beanstalk by Steven Kellogg Kate and the Beanstalk by Mary Pope Osborne 15. Justification for Materials and Resources Used Both books have positive reviews by MCPS and on Promethean board – create Venn Diagram PowerPoint Liven Up Your Library: Creative & Inexpensive Programming Ideas by Jennifer A. Wetzel (2009)

16. Assessment (indicate how assessment will be conducted to evaluate the achievement of objectives - include instrument, rubrics etc.) Exit Card (see example at the end of this document)


LBSC744 Fall 2011 – Adapted from AASL

Reading and Information Literacy Lesson Plan Classroom Teacher: Megan Kim e-mail: Megan_M Kim@mcpsmd.org Supervising School Library Media Specialist: Rui-Hung Tsai e-mail: RuiHung_Tsai@mcspmd.org Intern School Library Media Specialist: Melissa McDonald Unit Name: Folk Tales Grade Level: Reading Grades 2/3 School: Somerset Elementary School, Regional Summer School Program Standards: Common Core Language Arts: Reading Standards for Literature K–5 Grades 2/3 Standard 7: Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures. AASL: Skills Standard 2.1.2 Organize knowledge so that it is useful Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will to be able to identify traits of a folk tale, and to compare and contrast two or more versions of the folk tale ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ using a Venn diagram. Lesson: Engagement: SLMS On Promethean board, bring up images of folk tales (Peter Pan, Lion & Mouse, Little Red Riding Hood, etc) Ask Students to name them and if they know what genre they are (folk tales) Activity: SLMS Explain that we are going to learn about folk tales today and to compare and contrast two versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, but first:  

Ask students if they know what a folk tale is (call on several students) Pass out the folk tale book marks and go over the list of characteristics

Activity: SLMS/Teacher Transition to the reading of the two stories (point out the titles, author, and illustrator; discuss differences in the titles, gender of main character, and artwork)  

Mrs. Kim reads Jack and the Beanstalk by Steven Kellogg Ms. McDonald reads Kate and the Beanstalk by Mary Pope Osborne


LBSC744 Fall 2011 – Adapted from AASL

. Activity: Teacher Ask students if they remember what a Venn diagram is and how to draw one. Ask students to pick one color to represent Jack, a second to represent Kate, and a third for the things that are common between the two stories. Call on students to name similarities and differences (note how many of each) Assessment: SLMS/Teacher Exit card  Ask students to a trait of a folk tales  Ask students to name one difference and one similarity

Resources: Common Core Language Arts Reading Standards for Literature K–5 http://www.corestandards.org/assets/CCSSI_ELA%20Standards.pdf Liven Up Your Library: Creative & Inexpensive Programming Ideas by Jennifer A. Wetzel (2009)


LBSC744 Fall 2011 – Adapted from AASL

Exit cards (copy 2 per page)

Name

Exit Card

List one trait of a folk tale:

List one thing that is the same and one that is different between Jack and the Beanstalk & Kate and the Beanstalk:

Same: Different:

Name

Exit Card

List one trait of a folk tale:

List one thing that is the same and one that is different between Jack and the Beanstalk & Kate and the Beanstalk:

Same: Different:

Individual Lesson Plan -Folk Tale-Template  
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