Dear Mr. Henshaw

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Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw..

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1. Dear Mr. Henshaw Beverly Cleary

2. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. Chapters May 12th - November 26th Discussion questions Vocabulary Activity

3. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. November 27th - December 25th Discussion questions Vocabulary Activity

4. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. January 3rd - February 2nd Discussion Questions Activity

5. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. February 4th - February 9th Discussion questions Vocabulary Activity

6. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. February 15th - March 25th Discussion questions Activity

7. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. March 25th - March 31st Discussion questions Activity

8. Standards: ELA 1-4 Essential Question (s): How does reading impact our life? Why is reading helpful in becoming an independent active participant in society? Objectives: Students will make text to self, text to world, and text to text connections while reading. Students will summarize the events of the Dear Mr. Henshaw. Final Review Activity

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