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Williams Observation 1

Williams Observation 1

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Published by: Rebecca Williams on Jan 25, 2012
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Name: Rebecca WilliamsDate: 1/25/12Grade Level/Subject: 2nd Grade ReadingPrerequisite Knowledge: Ability to listen to the read-aloud and comprehend the story.Approximate Time: 20-25 minutesStudent Objectives/Student Outcomes:Students will:-follow Carpet time rules and actively listen to the story (criss-cross applesauce, voices off, raise hand to speak)-answer questions about the story in an appropriate manner-visibly participate in the "think, pair, share" activity by talking to their partner at the appropriate time Content Standards:
Key Ideas and Details: Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how todemonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Comprehension and Collaboration: Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., gaining the floor inrespectful ways, listening to others with care, speaking one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion)Materials/Resources/Technology:
When Dinosaurs Came with Everything
3-4 minutes
Opening of lesson:- Setting expectations: remind students to
sit criss-cross applesauce, if you have something to sayraise your hand, and all voices are off.
-"Today we will be reading
When Dinosaurs Came with Everything
."-Show students the cover of the book. "What might this story be about?"-Call on students with their hands raised (praise) and are following expectations
-"Raise your hand if you know anything about dinosaurs. I'm sure we all know a lot! I want youto keep that knowledge in your head as I start reading the story. It may come in handy!"10-15 minutes
Procedures:-Start reading the story, pause for questioning throughout.-Working on comprehension and predicting skills throughout story.Critical Thinking Questions:
What do you think the lady's going to get?
Would you get a shot if you knew you would get a dinosaur? Is it worth it?
Why are the moms glaring? What does that mean?
Why do you think they are giving out dinosaurs today? (There is always more thanone right answer to the question.)
What do you think they will do with the dinosaurs?
How will they live?
How much does a dinosaur eat?
What do you think his mom is thinking?
What made Mom change her mind about the dinosaurs?
Any guesses on what happens next?

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