Michelle Harclerode’s Media Lesson Plan / Grades 1 :
Date 9/20 -9/24
Goal: Fiction / Non Fiction and AR colors
Folktale/ Story/ Diversity:The Frog Prince Continues - compared to the original Frog Prince [Germany]
In addition: " There was an old monkey who swallowed a frog" - cumulative tale with rhyming & " Yesterday I had the blues"
Activity/ Technology: Compare and contrast the The Frog Prince continued [fractured fairytale] with the orginal fairy tale the Frog Prince.


LA. - identify various literary forms (stories, poems, fables, legends, picture books);

LA. retell the main events (e.g., beginning, middle, end) in a story;

LA. identify the characters and settings in a story;

LA. identify rhyme, rhythm, alliteration, and patterned structures in poems

LA. the character(s), setting, and sequence of events and connecting text to self (personal connection),text to world (social connection), text to text (comparison among multiple texts);

LA. select age &ability appropriate fiction materials to read, based on interest and teacher recommendations,to begin building a core base of knowledge.

LA. locate specific information by using organizational features (e.g., directions, graphs, charts, signs, captions) in informational text;

LA. select age & ability appropriate nonfiction materials to read, based on interest and teacher recommendations,to begin building a core base of knowledge;

LA. organize info found in nonfiction: charting, listing, mapping, or summarizing.

LA. participate in recording information from informational/expository text

LA. retell specific details of information heard;

LA. listen attentively to fiction / nonfiction read-alouds & demo understanding;

LA. formulate questions & gather information using simple reference materials (e.g., nonfiction books, picture dictionaries, software);

LA. use simple reference materials to locate and obtain information: ABC order, record information, and compare it to search questions;

write a simple report with a title and three facts, using informational sources;

LA. identify authors, illustrators, or composers with their works.

LA. nonprint media affect thoughts / feelings (graphics, music, digital video);

LA. identify types of mass communication: film, newspapers, radio, digital technology).

LA. The student will use appropriate available technology resources (e.g., writing tools, digital cameras, drawing tools) to present thoughts, ideas, and stories.