due tonight 10:00 pm 7 pages /APA FORMAT
Coats, K. (2013). Children’s literature & the developing reader. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
I UPLOADED AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT THIS PAPER SHOUKD LOOK LIKE, ALSO THE LESSON TAMPLATE THAT IS NEED FOR THE ASSIGNMENT!!!
A paragraph introducing your theme or concept for the entire week.
- A rationale for your unit that clearly describes the stage of development the students you will be teaching are in.
- A paragraph describing the work of a theorist whose beliefs help to support the use of this unit within this stage of development.
- Create five different lesson plans that relate to the chosen theme/concept of your unit. Remember to use the lesson plan template for creating your lessons.
- At least one of your lesson plans should use a media source such as an audio book, book on video, or an online story (www.storylineonline.net ,www.magickeys.com/books, http://pbskids.org/lions/stories, http://storyplace.org/storyplace.asp)
- Explain how the objectives for your lessons measure concepts discussed in class (phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, character, setting, plot, theme, etc.).
- Identify and discuss a different genre of literature for each lesson plan (poetry, nursery rhymes, tactile books multicultural books, picture books, non-fiction books, series books, etc.). Feel free to use some of the literature you included in your weekly discussions if they are appropriate to your theme and stage of development.
- Create a plan for how you will share the literature that you are using with your students’ families so they can help to support literacy acquisition. You could create a newsletter, plan a family literacy night, or even choose some ideas from the Parent Literacy Presentation you created in Week Three.
- At least one scholarly source in addition to your textbook.