Performance Objective 8 - Students will be able to write down and show text evidence for who the main character in the story is, what is the problem, when or where the story is taking place, and why or how the problem was solved by receiving a 4 out of 5 on the rubric.
Resources or Materials Needed: George and Martha
Time: 1 hour
Step 1: Pre-Instructional Activities: Students have now learned how to find the who, what, where and why/how and to retell it showing comprehension of what they are reading. Students will complete the summative assessment (appendix E).
Step 2: Content Presentation: Teacher begins by reviewing yesterday and demonstrating how to write down and complete the assessment using Gloria and Officer Buckle from yesterday.
Step 3: Learner Participation: Students will watch the teacher as she models the who, what, where and how/why. Students will complete the I do by reading George and Martha and completing the summative assessment.
Step 4: Assessment: The assessment in this lesson is formative. The teacher will listen for the communication between partners and take anecdotal notes to show whether the students were able to verbally retell who the story was about and what the problem was.
Step 5: Follow-Through Activities: Students can continue practicing retelling through questions and answers with books from their book box.