Title: She Had to Walk Before Before She Could Run Genre: BiographyEssential Question: How do people meet personal challenges? Comprehension Skill: Author’s Point of ViewVocabulary Strategy: IdiomsWords to Know: summit, assess, compensate, deteriorated, devastating, implement, peripheral, potential Day One 7 min Essential Question Bell Ringer; How do people meet personal challenges?3 min Essential Question Bell… Continue reading Story #10 She Had to Walk Before Before She Could Run
I have categorized my lessons by story within the Wonders program. Here is the break down of each day. I have a thirty-six minute class on Mondays and 45 minutes classes Tuesdays - Fridays. Each of the days are planned for thirty five minutes of instruction, leaving time for #classroombookaday (except on Mondays). Day One… Continue reading Story Unit Lesson Plan
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This book rates five out of five. The story of friendship family, love and loss or major components of a book that can win the hearts of many young and old. Only forty years old, but I deem it a classic as it is timeless within its relatability in the past, present, and future.
A narrative from the girl who is highly against the act of hunting acts upon her emotions, through as she calls it her magical finger. Dahl brings a social issue into the life of a child in this humorous adventure. The main character and narrator, a highly opinionated eight- year old girl and the antagonists’ two neighborhood brothers. Supporting characters; Mr. & Mrs. Gregg's and the ducks. The theme is the rights of people to own guns and make game out of shooting innocent animals.