Rl.3.7 Lesson Plans

 


1. Stories Worth Telling Again and Again- focuses on seven common core state standards for third graders. While RL.3.7. is not a unit focus, it is integrated into the unit via a Sample Activity (under the Literary Response category) in which students explore how illustrations provide clues about the message, origin and culture of “trickster tales.” (Source: Common Core Curriculum Maps)

2. The People, The Preamble, and the Presidents- focuses on eight common core state standards for third graders. While RL.3.7. is not a unit focus, it is integrated into the unit via a Sample Activity (under the Class Discussion/Literature category) in which students discuss how illustrations support the meaning of the book We the Kids: The Preamble to the Constitution by David Catrow. (Source: Common Core Curriculum Maps)

3. Harriet Tubman: An Informative and Impressionistic Look - In this lesson,students investigate how visual interpretations of Harriet Tubman’s life, such as a statue and text illustrations, support factual information. The book Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky by Faith Ringgold is used as the focus text for the lesson. (Source: ARTS EDGE, The Kennedy Center)

4. Applying Question-Answer Relationships to Pictures -In this lesson plan, for grades 3-5, students explore how pictures can support their understanding of a text. Using the books,Tuesday by David Wiesner and Zoom by Istvan Banyai, students practice four questioning strategies. (Source: Read Write Think, International Reading Association, NCTE)

5.  This lesson plan is for Dear Mrs. Larue: Letters from Obedience School by Mark Teague, a book in which the illustrations are central to the meaning of the story. Black and white illustrations are used to show the dog’s perceptions of his experience at obedience school while color illustrations are used to present the “real” story. (Source: Scholastic)