They may appreciate the differences and learn how to develop a story.
The evaluation of children would be done separately for each objective of the lesson plan. For vocabulary lesson, vocabulary sheets would be filled out from all the students. They will be assessed on the number of words they get right.
A peer review will be conducted for the dramatic representation of different passages of the book. The class will vote for the group whose performance they liked best on the basis of following the script, creativity and good acting.
Adaptations in teaching plan will be made according to any known weakness of a child. Further more, following the assessment results, individual attention will be given to the children with weak performances.
The teacher will begin with reading out aloud the beginning of the book. It is proposed in the anticipatory set that the teacher would pause here and ask the children regarding how they would expect the plot to develop. Such an activity is included so that the reading of the book doesn’t appear monotonous to the children and they taken interest in the story. Also it would stimulate their imagination and allow them to take up the role of story writers themselves hence providing them an opportunity to enhance their creative thinking skills. Furthermore, the teacher may pause at later instances as well to ask general questions regarding what has been read. Such an exercise would keep the students alert and allow greater comprehension skills to develop as well.
As the story would be read aloud to them, the children would be encouraged to make a list of the new words they come across. At the end of the reading session they’ll be handed out student dictionaries and showed the manner in which they can locate the meaning of a desired word. Such an activity would work to teach the use of