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Storybook Reading Lesson 1



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Storybook Reading Lesson 1
Story Introduction (3 - 4 minutes)

  • Title, author, illustrator

  • Rationale for reading

  • Cover presentation, prediction

  • Focus on story elements (character, setting, etc.)

  • Introduce 3 target vocabulary words

Reading (4 - 6 minutes)



Storybook Reading Lesson 2

Story Introduction (3 - 4 minutes)


Reading (4 - 6 minutes)


Discussion (3 - 5 minutes)

  • Reconstruct story with elements and target words

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (1963), see References
Lesson 2 Vocabulary Activity
“Remember we had 3 magic words that you listened for in the story. Point to the words on the tagboard as you repeat them quickly: mischief, terrible, rumpus.”
a. “The first word was mischief. Show the picture where Max is chasing the
dog. In the picture Max is making____________.” (mischief)
b. “The next word was terrible. Show the picture with Max landing at the place
where the wild things are. The wild things had eyes that
were___________.” (terrible)

c. “The third word was rumpus. Show the picture where the wild things are


howling at the moon. Max led the wild things in a _________________”
(rumpus)

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