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Main Curriculum Tie:
Background For Teachers:
Student Prior Knowledge:
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Give the students a lined paper and have them write at least 4 of their personal talents or strengths. Allow them time to work with a small group so that group members can help name each other’s talents or strengths.
Inform students that you are going to make a movie (or slide show presentation) with each small group (since a whole class movie would be too long, it would be easier to watch several small group presentations.)Each presentation needs to include:
1. What talents/strengths are.
After viewing the movies/presentations, ask students to write down one talent/strength that they would like to improve on during the year. Have them write down a goal that they think they can reach this school year. Instruct them to write down what they need to do to reach that goal. Inform students that at the end of the year, they are going to review their goals and make a sequel to their movie/presentation.
Strategies For Diverse Learners:
Soto, Gary. “The Marble Champ.” Imagine, Invitations to Literacy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996. p. 405.
Pearce, Carol Ann. “Amelia Earhart, Fly On.” Collections For Young Scholars. Chicago: Open Court Publishing, 1995. Vol. 4(1).
Open Court Interventions:
Russo, Frank. “The First Woman Doctor.” Intervention Guide, Open Court Reading. Columbus: SRA/McGraw Hill, 2000. p. 162.
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