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Should I Share My Ice Cream
Title: Should I Share My Ice Cream
Author: Lourdes Santos
Subject Area/ Grade: Literacy/ Pre-K
Students will act out “Should I Share My Ice Cream” by Mo Willems. Students will use language from the story, and begin to understand what reading with expression means. Students will take on the character they are pretending to be.
To have students act out Should I Share My Ice Cream By Mo Willems
Students will use language from the story, and begin to understand what reading with expression means without going into detail. Students will take on the character they are pretending to be.
Content Area and Standards
Literacy: Domain 4B: Communication, Language and Literacy
PK.ELAL.6. [PKR.2] Retell stories or share information from a text Note: Non-verbal learners can retell using sign language or a storyboard. Emergent Multilingual learners can also use a storyboard or retell in English, their home language(s) or both. PK.ELAL.7 [PKR.3] Develops and answers questions about characters, major events, and pieces of information in a text.
Working in pairs, students will act out the story. They will learn to identify the feelings of the two characters and act it out.
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Connections to Students Passion Areas and Interests
Students at this age love to dress up and play with the doll house and in the dramatic play area. This will be an extension of their play. It will be more teacher directed, but it will still allow for creativity and self-expression and learning.