Little Red Riding Hood Lesson Analysis

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1. What is the title of your proposed three–five lessons? (Learning segment) WHY did you choose this lesson? (Hint: it should have something to do with your knowledge of your students.)The title of my four lessons is Inside and Outside Traits of Characters in a Story. I chose this lesson because my students are learning about characters in the story and they are having difficulties identifying the outside (physical traits) and inside traits (emotional traits) of a character in a story. Understanding physical and emotional traits help deepen their understanding of what they read

2. What do you expect the students will be able to DO regarding language and literacy? (Objectives?) Please give objectives for each lesson.
Lesson 1: Student
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Lesson 3: Student will be able to describe and identify inside traits of a character in a story by using illustration and text.

Lesson 4: Students will create a character book by using illustration and text.

3. What thematic unit will tie this lesson together? The thematic unit will be Little Red Riding Hood. The story of little red riding hood will be use through the learning segments to help students to really understand how to describe inside and outside traits using illustration and text.

4. How are your standards used in your lesson planning? My standards help guide my lessons. I thought about what standards to use in my lesson and then began to build my lesson around those standards by designing activities that would help my student acquire an understanding of the standard; Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events. I am sequencing my lesson in a way that allows students to build knowledge and apply that knowledge to meet the standards.

Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or

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