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Overview:
Share the book Rattletrap Car by Phyllis Root and take an adventurous ride with a father, his three children and learn about the creative ways they "fix" their old car on their way to the lake on a hot day. A great introduction to alliterations. Included in the activity is read before, during, and after questions followed by a DO activity.
Subject:
Reading Literature
Level:
Lower Primary
Grades:
Grade 1
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Time Required:
Less than 15 min
Author:
Date Added:
12/06/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs, Text/HTML

Comments

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Motivation: Limited (1)

This lesson can promote creative thinking.

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Accessibility: Very Weak (0)

From a digital lens, this lesson lacks accomodations for using technology.

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Reliability: Very Weak (0)

From a digital lens, this lesson lacks technology.

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Purpose: Very Weak (0)

From a digital lens, there is no technology use in this lesson.

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Engagement: Very Weak (0)

Students may think creatively during this lesson.

AMY HARTMAN
on Jun 01, 09:35am Evaluation

Usability: Strong (2)

this resource could be made more user friendly for students by including a link to a video of the text.

Veronica Terrana on Dec 07, 03:41pm

As a literacy facilitator, I appreciate teaching students this age both the term alliteration and the practice it provides with identifying first sounds. Full alignment to depth and breadth of standard RL.1.c and partial alignment of standards RF.1.3 c. Has clear learning objectives that are achievable through completion of this resource. The alliteration activity provides student engagement that promotes the 4 Cs. Vocabulary and concepts presented are appropriate for the target audience. No assessment strategies have been indicated in the resource, so users should plan to add some type of assessment. The activity could be strengthened by providing structure for the discussion of the RL,1 questions...maybe question cards and student groupings or written prompts.

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