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Interactive Read Aloud

Grade Kindergarten Subject: Reading Prepared By: Leslie Hudson


Level:

Overview & Purpose Education Standards Addressed


Students will learn how the Chinese Americans bring in the New Year and will make
connections about similarities and differences compared to our American culture. K.5.E Comprehension Skills – The student is expected
to: make connections to personal experiences, ideas in
other texts, and society with adult assistance.

K.6.B Response Skills – The student is expected to:


provide an oral, pictorial, or written response to a text.

Lesson Details
Objectives I will have students come to the floor and I will read Materials Needed
(Specify skills/information that will “Bringing in the New Year” by Grace Lin, asking  Writing Journal
be learned.)
questions as I read. Student will answer questions  Pencil
throughout the text.  Crayons

Information I will have students return to seats and we will discuss


(Give and/or demonstrate necessary the facts we learned about how Chinese bring in the
information)
New Year. I will record facts on board.

Verification Students will share one fact they learned about how Other Resources
(Steps to check for student Chinese bring in the New Year. Students will write one (e.g. Web, books, etc.)
understanding)
fact and draw a picture in their writing journal.
Mentor Text “Bringing in the New
Year” by Grace Lin
Activity Students will write one thing they learned from
(Describe the independent activity to “Bringing in the New Year” by Grace Lin and draw a
reinforce this lesson)
picture supporting what they wrote.

Summary This lesson will be used to teach students about how Additional Notes
the Chinese Americans bring in the New Year.
Students will be able to make connections about how
Chinese bring in the New Year versus our culture. The
students will respond by sharing facts and writing in
their journal about what they learned.