Let's Draw a Cheetah
In this one-time class, students will listen to and view a nonfiction text, share their understanding of the text, and follow guided directions to draw a cheetah.
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In this one-time class, students will listen to and view a nonfiction text about cheetahs, share their understanding of the text, and follow guided directions to draw a cheetah. Learning Targets *I can listen to and view a nonfiction text. *I can explain something I learned from the photographs and/or words in the book. *I can follow guided steps to create a drawing of a cheetah. Nonfiction Text: “Big Cats: Cheetahs” by Claire Archer Discussion: We’ll discuss that in a nonfiction text, the...
This class is taught in English.
In my experience, shared reading of engaging texts is the most effective way for students to develop a clear understanding of the comprehension strategies successful readers use. Adding the skill of drawing to a lesson is not only motivating for students but further helps them to remember new information.
It would be beneficial for students to share their work with someone in their family. When students have the opportunity to orally explain a learning activity they’ve engaged in, the new knowledge is further solidified in their memories.
*blank paper *pencil *eraser *fine tipped black marker *pencil crayons
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Inspiring Young Readers & Writers Everyday
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
311 total reviews
339 completed classes
Hello! For 26 glorious years, I taught students from kindergarten to grade 3. During the next 11 years, I held the position of Instructional Coach, supporting teachers and students from kindergarten to grade 9. Although I’ve taught all subjects,...