Running Head: CHILDRENS LITERATURE BASED BEST PRACTICE ACTIVITIES 1Children's Literature-Based Best Practice ActivitiesNameInstitutionDateCHILDRENS LITERATURE BASED BEST PRACTICE ACTIVITIES2Children's Literature-Based Best Practice ActivitiesTitle of Book A Sick Day for Amos McGee (Caldecott Award Winner)Author Philip. C. SteadIllustrator Erin. E. Stead Genre Classic Literature (Fable)Seasonal? NoLexile Level AD760LSummary of Book: (Make it exciting)The book is about Amos, a reliable friend to the animals at the zoo- tortoise, penguin, elephant,rhinoceros, and the owl. He always makes time for his friends and plays with them daily. Oneday, Amos falls sick, and his friends at the zoo decide to visit him and comfort him.Activity Objectives:The activity aims at teaching children what reliable friends do for each other.Interpret content through the use of pictures.Student-Driven Activity (2-3 sentences):Teaching outside the classroom;Through the guidance of the teacher, the students will engage in giving back exercise. They shallvisit an already identified homeless older man in the nearby streets and interact with them.Materials (be specific):Some snacks to share during the interaction period.Differentiation PlanThe differentiation plan is to use journaling to ensure that every student notes down what theylearned throughout the reading and the activity.Accommodations (ELL/Special Needs):Listening to the audio recording of the book for stud ...
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