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Students will determine the central message, lesson, or moral of “The Stone Cutter”.  Students will recount key details of the text in a sequenced order and explain how those key details communicate the author’s message through a class discussion. Students will read a text independently and demonstrate their understanding by designing motivational posters that include the central message, lesson, or moral (life lesson) of the text. Students will speak clearly and in complete sentences at an understandable pace when using recounting to share relevant details of the text.
Subject:
Reading Literature
Level:
Upper Primary
Grades:
Grade 3
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
11/04/2019

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Tamara Robinson
on May 24, 09:59pm Evaluation

Focus: Limited (1)

The focus standard is RL 3.2. Students are expected to recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. This resources requires students to recount stories from diverse cultures, recount the stories, and determine the central message. However,the lesson is not designed for students to explain how the central message is shown through the key events in the story.

Tamara Robinson
on May 24, 09:59pm Evaluation

Engagement: Limited (1)

Students are actively engaged in an instructional task that follows the gradual release of responsibility but
the task focuses on basic recall of the text events. While academic vocabulary is explicitly taught, students are not expected to use the vocabulary to communicate their understanding of the key events, central message or how the message was conveyed. Because the standard is focused on students reading stories from diverse cultures, it does not build relevance and engage readers understanding the traditions that shape the text.

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