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AN ORAL LANGUAGE & LISTENING COMPREHENSION LESSON

Topic: Birds (Taken from The Vain Crow passage)


ELAR TEKS OBJECTIVE
ELAR 4.6.a.b
(6) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Fiction. Students understand, make
inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and
provide evidence from text to support their understanding. Students are expected
to:
(A) sequence and summarize the plot's main events and explain their
influence on future events;
(B) describe the interaction of characters including their relationships and
the changes they undergo;
PURPOSE
The purpose is for students to read, understand, summarize, and restate the passage in
order to determine the main events and plot of the story.
NAMING
a. Name birds
b.
Name birds that are dark colors, bright colors, small, big
c. Rank birds by size (smallest to largest)
d.
Multiple meanings of the word fly
DESCRIBING: Crow and Peacock
Name the object, category, function, color size/shape, compare
3. Listening and Retelling - Students listen to the passage as it is read by the teacher. As
the teacher reads the story, he or she draws or displays simple pictures or graphics that
represent important points of the passage. Students retell the passage with a peer, using
the pictures or graphics as prompts.
RETELLING
a. Draw a peacock feather
b. Draw string
c. Draw a peacock
d. Draw a crow
QUESTIONS
a. What kind of feathers did the crow find? (simple)
b.
What did the crow do with the feathers? (simple)
c. Why do you think the flock of crows felt ignored, despised, and distressed?
(complex)
d.
Why do you think the peacocks didnt except the crow? (complex)
e. What lesson did the crow learn? (complex)