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STREAM Story-time - Little Red Riding Hood Fairy Tale
In this two-day class, students will read and discuss the story with the teacher on day one. On day two, we will review the story and, then, the students will create a new path, with technology, through the woods to take to avoid the wolf.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.
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Completed by 5 learners
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Once per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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On day one: Students will read the story, Little Red Riding Hood with the teacher. The students will engage in thoughtful and provoking discussions about the story. This allows for reading and comprehension skills to be enhanced. This portion of the lesson will take place in an open forum class and allow for every student who wishes to speak to have a turn speaking. Students will be expected to "raise their hand" if they want to speak to avoid a lot of background noise and talking over each...
* Students will improve their comprehensions skills after reading a story. * Students will improve their critical thinking skills. * Students will improve their imagination and alternative endings to the story. * Students will use art to create other path or walkway designs.
I do not plan to assign homework. Some students may need to review the reading and prior lessons.
Students will be provided a handout for them to modify in class. They will need paper and crayons. In addition, but not required, have figurines to represent Little Red Riding Hood, the Grandma, and the wolf.
Assessments will be informal. Students will be able to self-assess themselves, as well.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.Avid Reader, Writer, and Professional Educator
223 total reviews
151 completed classes
Hello. My name is Teacher Tanya. My personal life: I am a wife, a Mom to 9 children and a Grandma to 15 grandchildren. I love to teach. I love to read. I love to travel in my RV. My personal philosophy: I believe we should learn at least one...