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Overview:
This lesson will incorporate the classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are, student research on wild animal environments, and green screen technology.
Subject:
Information and Technology, Visual Arts, English Language Arts, Reading Literature
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Grades:
Grade 2, Grade 3
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Date Added:
12/09/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Creative Commons Attribution
Language:
English

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Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

NC.DLS.CC.6.c: Very Weak (0)

(NC.DLS.CC.6.c) This activity is based on creating physical notes and an illustration with paper and art supplies, not using technology.

Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

NC.ELA.RL.2.5: Very Weak (0)

(NC.ELA.RL.2.5) This activity is using the literature as a starting point. The lesson doesn't include reflection on the story structure; rather, it focuses only on the setting of the story.

Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

Accuracy: Limited (1)

While I think the activity is fantastic, I think an alternative text could significantly improve the lesson. It could be an easy way to incorporate diverse authors, illustrators, and characters by choosing a book that better highlights animal habitats.

Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

Appropriateness: Limited (1)

A glossary of terms or diversity of research materials would make this activity more appropriate for all learners.

Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

While this activity could be modified for learners with disabilities, there is not scaffolding provided in this lesson.

Marli Boyd
on Mar 25, 07:16am Evaluation

Usability: Limited (1)

It is a great idea, but I have to do additional work to make it ready to use in my library/classroom.
To use this lesson I would have to create a template for my students to use in their research (either printable or online). I also have to find appropriate websites or databases for students to use for their research.

CASSANDRA DAVIS
on Jun 01, 08:59pm Evaluation

Purpose: Strong (2)

This resource has valuable technology features, but could include a Google Docs template for the student research portion to enhance content and instruction.

CASSANDRA DAVIS
on Jun 01, 08:59pm Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms because the teacher selects the websites and platforms to be used Google, Seesaw, etc.).

CASSANDRA DAVIS
on Jun 01, 08:59pm Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

This resource will need to be modified by the teacher for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities. Modifications are not provided as part of the lesson plan.

CASSANDRA DAVIS
on Jun 01, 08:59pm Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource promotes critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and/or creativity because it includes student choice, research, and self-expression to enhance content and instruction.

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