• Objective 2: Having read one children’s literature story, A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon, students will be able to refer to the text to answer 5 questions about cause and effect with 95% accuracy.
• Objective 3: Having read one children’s literature story, A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon, the students will demonstrate an understanding of the text by being able to write 5 sentences describing the main themes of the story with 95% accuracy.
C. Instructional Strategies:
• Objective 1: The teacher will read the story A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon to the class and after reading the story the students will form collaborative learning groups with 3 or 4 students per group. The teacher will hand out worksheets with 5 questions about Camilla Cream’s characteristics. The students will work together to answer the quest...
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