Wednesday, September 26, 2012

THURSDAY THEMES: FEELINGS and EMOTIONS...With a Lesson Plan

FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS..... WITH LESSON PLAN 


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The Feelings Book by Todd Parr 

(Sep 21, 2005)

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Todd Parr Feelings Flash Cards by Todd Parr 

(Aug 18, 2010)


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Feelings (Reading Rainbow Book) by Aliki 

(Jul 15, 1986)


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"Don't Need Friends" Lesson Plan


Contributing Teacher(s): Julie Johnston
Grade Range: Lower Elementary (K-3)
Materials Needed:
  • Don't Need Friends by Carolyn Crimi
  • Handouts included in this lesson
Objective: Students will complete several performance tasks after reading 
Don't Need Friends, by Caroline Crimi, to check reading comprehension.
Instructional Strategy: Evaluating Student Understanding
Process Standards:
  • Goal 1.8 organize data, information and ideas into useful forms (including charts, graphs, 
  • outlines)
  • Time Allowance: 2 sessions at 30 min./session
    Description: Students complete several performance tasks after reading 
  • Don't Need Friends --Venn diagram,
    friendship, letter writing

    Classroom Component: The purpose of these kinds of activities is to check for 
  • comprehension—to see how well they are using inferring strategies and how well 
  • they can determine important information from the text. The performance tasks can 
  • be easily modified to other books.

    Students complete a "detail web," a "feelings" chart, a "problem" chart, a letter writing 
  • and a Venn Diagram based on this book about friendship.




    After reading Don't Need Friends, complete a "Detail Web" on Rat:

    Detail Web






















    "Feelings" Chart


    How does Rat feel about Dog at the beginning of the story and at the end of the story?


    At the beginning of the story:

    At the end of the story:





    Venn Diagram


    Complete a Venn Diagram comparing Rat and Dog of how they are alike and how 
  • they are different:

    • Letter Writing

      Pretend that you are Rat. Write a letter to Possum describing what has taken 
    • place between you and Dog since Possum moved to another junkyard. You might 
    • want to include how you felt about Possum leaving, how you felt about Dog in the 
    • beginning and how you now feel about Dog. Use correct letter form with complete 
    • sentences, capitalization, spelling, and sentence structure. You may use a dictionary 
    • or thesaurus for help.



    • For additional information contact : 
    • Julie Johnston, (660) 327-5116, EMAIL: jjohnston@paris.k12.mo.us


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