A Language Arts Lesson Plan
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The paper provides a lesson plan for the teaching of a children's story. In the process of so doing, the emphasis is upon encouraging the children to think critically about what other people tell them as well as to get them to think critically about descriptive words and when they should be used. Finally, the outline provides group activities that encourage children to work collaboratively with one another.
From the Paper:"The following is a brief outline of a class lesson plan for the teaching of a traditional children's story book - in this case, the City Mouse and the Country Mouse (Cone Bryant, para.1-17). The lesson plan's "points of focus" are really upon three things: firstly, learning to appreciate the places and people you know; secondly, learning that every appealing thing comes with a cost attached; thirdly, learning to think critically about what other people tell them. The introductory question to the class is to ask them to write down if there are any places they would like to go and why those places seem more exciting than where they live presently; this..."
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