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Jack & the Beanstalk! Reading & Writing 2-Day Camp

Teacher Stefanie, B.S. in Education, Certified K-6
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(5)
In this exciting, 2-Day summer reading camp, students will hear and discuss two perspectives of the classic fairytale, "Jack & the Beanstalk." We'll get to hear from Jack and the Giant, too!

Class experience

US Grade 1 - 2
Students will distinguish the narrator's point of view. They will compare and contrast Jack's point of view to the giant's point of view. Also, students will work on sequencing events, writing, listening skills, and comprehension.
Homework Offered
There is no assigned homework. Work will be completed in class.
Assessments Offered
On day 1, students will answer questions prompted by the teacher throughout the reading. They will complete a sequencing graphic organizer to summarize, narrate, and dictate the main events from the story. On day 2, after the second book has been read, students will complete a "compare & contrast" writing activity, using a graphic organizer as a class, with the guidance of the teacher.
Grades Offered
2 files available upon enrollment
There will be two "print-outs" attached to the welcome email after enrolling in the class. Students will use them for the writing activities. They will be provided by the teacher for you to print out. Thank you!
"Jack & the Beanstalk" is an old English fairytale. In case you are unfamiliar with the story, it includes a mean-giant as the villain in the story. (At least that is the "point-of-view" of the character, Jack, who steals from the giant). Please be aware, as in many old fairytales, the villain does die. In one of the retellings, the giant falls, hits his head, and doesn't wake up again. Although, we will also be reading a version of the story told from the point-of-view of the "nice-giant" and in this retelling he lives!
"Jack and the Beanstalk" & "Giants Have Feeling, Too" Retold by Dr. Alvin Granowsky

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(5)
Hello!  My name is Stefanie.  I am a certified teacher with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and have been teaching and tutoring students in various grades and subjects since 2014.  Also, I am Reading Endorsed K-12, state ESOL Certified...
Group Class


for 2 classes
2x per week, 1 week
50 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 6-8
2-6 learners per class

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