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Weekly Diversity in Picture Books Reading Comprehension: 5 W's and How?
This weekly course will focus on a different picture book each week. Students will work on identifying characters, plot points, story sequencing and answering "Who?" "What?" "When?" "Where?" "Why?" and "How?"
Stephanie Leah, M.A.
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Each week, I will choose a diverse picture book to read to the students. We will predict the story based off the cover art and title. As we read, students will be prompted to ask questions about each page, which will teach them how to actively listen. At the end of the story, we will work on the 5 W's and How together, then they will be prompted to answer each question voluntarily. Each week, I will prompt less and encourage the students to think through on their own. Some books we will be...
- Story prediction based off cover art and title - Answering 5 W's and How - Participating in Active Listening
I hold my degree in English Secondary Education and a M.A. in Fiction Writing. I currently homeschool my six year old, who has worked with the five W's through speech therapy as well.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will keep track of which students can answer the 5 W's on their own by using a checksheet. Student progress will be shared at the end of each class.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stephanie Leah, M.A.Experienced Secondary Teacher and Published Author
176 total reviews
243 completed classes
Hello! I am so happy to meet you! Ever since I was a young girl, I held a passion for writing and creating stories. This passion has enrooted itself deep inside me, and as I grew, my love for writing grew as well. I graduated from the Pennsylvania...