Student Teacher

Description

Overview:
Combine literacy and music by creating a body percussion accompaniment to the book, Listen to the Rain by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault.  
Subject:
Music, Reading Literature
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Grades:
Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Date Added:
11/11/2019

Comments

MARK PILSON
on May 31, 03:41pm Evaluation

Purpose: Very Weak (0)

This resource needs to include more technology to enhance content and instruction.

MARK PILSON
on May 31, 03:41pm Evaluation

Reliability: Limited (1)

This resource is reliable on most platforms, but also needs to work on adding more technology.

MARK PILSON
on May 31, 03:41pm Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

This resource can be modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities if the user adds their own resource.

MARK PILSON
on May 31, 03:41pm Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource promotes critical thinking (and/or communication, collaboration, creativity), but needs to include more technology to enhance content and instruction.

MARK PILSON
on May 31, 03:41pm Evaluation

Usability: Strong (2)

This resource could be made more user-friendly for teachers (or targeted learners) by adding technology and differentiation.

GABRIELLE LAMB on Dec 04, 10:31am

This is a simple lesson that ties in music, science, and literacy.

*Partial integration of one or more information literacy strategies by the reading of the book "Listen to the Rain."

*Collaboration between SLMC and teacher could be added.

*Strengths: Integration of music and movement. Easy to follow.

*Opportunities: Tie in another nonfiction or fiction story, have students write their own story about the rain, make a storyboard of the activity.

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