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Reading Problem-Solvinglesson plan for Grades (K-2)

Please develop a lesson plan for teaching Reading for primary grades (K-2) using the attached template. GA standards need to be used.

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Creative-Problem Solving Lesson Plan for Reading and Language Arts

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Content Standards:
You will have to fill in your state or curricular standards.

Prerequisites:
Limited prior knowledge of the 5 W's & H
Limited prior knowledge of problem and solution
Limited prior knowledge of a plan to take action

Instructional Objectives:
? The students will seek answers to the 5 Ws + H: who, what, when, where, why and how.
? The students will generate ideas (solutions) to the problem.
? The students will develop an action plan for the most effective solution.

Grade level:
Primary grades 1 - 2

Instructional Procedures

Before:
Begin by asking students, "What would think if you found out a stranger had been in your house?" "How would you feel knowing that a stranger had been in your house and damage had been done to some of your belongings?" "What do you think you should do?"
The teacher should facilitate a discussion using these questions.
The teacher should try to give everyone a voice while listening to the students' feedback. Then, tell them to all listen closely to the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears".

During:
Development/Procedures
The teacher then reads the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." While reading the story, the teacher should stop often and ask, "What will happen next." The student who answers should be asked to explain why they think so.
When the story is finished, the teacher should invite the students to help the ...

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Creative-Problem Solving Lesson Plan for Reading and Language Arts

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Content Standards:
You will have to fill in your own state or curricular standards.

Prerequisites:
Limited prior knowledge of the 5 W's & H
Limited prior knowledge of problem and solution
Limited prior knowledge of a plan to take action

Instructional Objectives:
? The students will seek answers to the 5 Ws + H: who, what, when, where, why and how.
? The students will generate ideas (solutions) to the problem.
? The students will develop an action plan for the most effective solution.

Grade level:
Primary grades 1 - 2

Instructional Procedures

Before:
Begin by asking students, "What would think if you found out a stranger had been in your house?" "How would you feel knowing that a stranger had been in your house and damage had been done to some of your belongings?" "What do you think you should do?"
The teacher should facilitate a discussion using these questions.
The teacher should try to give everyone a voice while listening to the students' feedback. Then, tell them to all listen closely to the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears".

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