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5th Grade Reading 2, Block 3 Drama, Lesson TEKS Objective Product Procedure. TEKS Fig 19A C 5 5 Focus Drama Play IRA, 1 Obj We will establish purpose ask Text Lovely on the Inside included in the. questions and monitor comprehension lesson handouts. when reading Approach Shared Reading, Product I will establish purpose ask Resources Materials. questions and monitor comprehension, when reading a drama. TEKS Fig 19A C 5 5 Focus Drama Play Genre Noticings. 2 Obj We will understand make inferences Text Lovely on the Inside included in the. and draw conclusions about the structure lesson handouts. and elements of drama and provide evidence Approach Minilesson. from text to support our understanding Resources Materials. Product I will understand make inferences Drama Play Genre Anchor Chart. and draw conclusions about the structure, and elements of drama and provide evidence.
from text to support our understanding by, creating a list of noticings and text examples. TEKS 5 5 19D Focus Understanding Plot in Plays, 3 Obj We will understand make inferences Text Lovely on the Inside included in the. and draw conclusions about the structure lesson handouts. and elements of drama and provide evidence Approach Minilesson. from text to support our understanding Resources Materials. Product I will understand make inferences Understanding Plot in Drama Anchor Chart. and draw conclusions about the structure, and elements of drama and provide evidence. from text to support our understanding by, sequencing the events of the plot. TEKS 5 5 Fig 19E Focus Summarizing Plays, 4 Obj We will summarize information in text Text Lovely on the Inside included in the.
maintaining meaning and logical order lesson handouts. Product I will summarize information in Approach Minilesson. text maintaining meaning and logical order Resources Materials. when reading a play Summarizing Plays Anchor Chart. TEKS 5 5 Fig 19D Focus Understanding Stage Directions in Plays. 5 Obj We will make inferences and draw Text Lovely on the Inside included in the. conclusions about the structure and elements lesson handouts. of drama Approach Minilesson, Product I will make inferences and draw Resources Materials. conclusions about the structure and elements Stage Directions Handout. of drama by understanding the purpose of, stage directions. 5th Grade Reading 3, Drama Play Genre Immersion, Lesson Overview 5 5 Fig 19A C. Text Lovely on the Inside included in Handouts, Approach Shared Reading Performance Reading. BEFORE THE LESSON, 1 Assign Parts of the Play There are 5 Acts in the play Lovely on the Inside Each Act will be read.
by different students so that each student has an opportunity to read a part Preview the Play and. assign parts based on which part would be most appropriate for the readers in your class. Assign the 5 characters that appear in Act I Pride Charity Hope Loveli and Fairy to 5 students in. your class, For Act II assign the 3 characters Loveli Pride and Fairy to 3 different students in your class. For Act III assign the 5 characters Hope Charity Pride Loveli and Fairy to 5 different students in. your class, For Act IV assign the 5 characters King Hope Charity Loveli and Pride to 5 different students in. your class, For Act V assign the 6 characters Loveli Pride King Hope Charity and Fairy to 6 different. students in your class, This means that 24 students would have an opportunity to read a character part If you have. more or less students adjust as needed, 2 Create Stopping Points At the end of each scene you still stop to discuss the following.
o After Act I ask How is a play different from a story. o After Act I ask What do we learn about each character from this Act Hope and Charity. desperately want to help the poor starving children they find Charity would give the children. everything she had to help them Pride and Loveli are disgusted by the children Follow up with. How are Hope and Charity different from Pride and Loveli Hope and Charity are the good. sisters who have good hearts and Pride and Loveli are the selfish siblings who only think of. themselves, o After Act II ask How does Act II differ Act I Turn and talk with a partner about your. thinking The setting is different and there are different characters. o After Act II ask What is the conflict in the play The conflict is that the Fairy tried to reward. the King and Queen with 4 good children but Pride and Loveli are heartless so she turns them. into starving urchins What character plays a role in setting up the conflict The Fairy who. turns them into poor starving children to teach them a lesson about how to treat people. o After Act III ask What do the stage directions in paragraph 40 Turn and talk to your partner. about your thinking, o After Act IV ask What can you infer about Pride by his dialogue in paragraph 56. o After Act V ask What solves the conflict in the play. 3 Make sure each student has a copy of the play this play is located in the Handouts. immediately following this lesson, Shared Reading Lovely on the Inside. 1 Introduce Text We are beginning a new genre study of drama A drama is a play Because. a play is a story told through characters dialogue we are going to share the reading of the play. I m going to give each of you a part and you will read your character s part for the Act that I. 5th Grade Reading 4, have assigned to you Today we are going to read a play called Lovely on the Inside. 2 Allow students to read through their lines and become familiar with their part before you. read the play together Walk around and listen in to students as they read Assist any. students who are struggling with their lines, 3 After a few minutes begin reading the play aloud.
Stopping Points At the end of each Act you will stop to discuss the following. o After Act I ask How is a play different from a story. o After Act I ask What do we learn about each character from this Act Hope and Charity. desperately want to help the poor starving children they find Charity would give the children. everything she had to help them Pride and Loveli are disgusted by the children Follow up with. How are Hope and Charity different from Pride and Loveli Hope and Charity are the good. sisters who have good hearts and Pride and Loveli are the selfish siblings who only think of. themselves, o After Act II ask How does Act II differ Act I Turn and talk with a partner about your. thinking The setting is different and there are different characters. o After Act II ask What is the conflict in the play The conflict is that the Fairy tried to reward. the King and Queen with 4 good children but Pride and Loveli are heartless so she turns them. into starving urchins What character plays a role in setting up the conflict The Fairy who. turns them into poor starving children to teach them a lesson about how to treat people. o After Act III ask What do the stage directions in paragraph 40 Turn and talk to your partner. about your thinking, o After Act IV ask What can you infer about Pride by his dialogue in paragraph 56. o After Act V ask What solves the conflict in the play. 4 Independent Practice Students will read A Surprise Reunion Journeys Unit 5 Lesson 25 pg. 646 They will use this text later in the week to complete an independent practice. 5 Reading Workshop Review any Reading Workshop Minilessons as needed Each day as. students complete the Independent Practice they should read their Independent Book record. their thinking on sticky notes and paste them in their Reading Notebook in the Reading Response. section and continue to keep a record of their reading. Reading Workshop Review Minilessons, Up to this point you have taught minilessons that have established routines and procedures for. an effective Reading Workshop You will want to review the expectations as needed for your students. so that they have a clear picture of what to do when they are through with the Independent Practice that. follows your Whole Group teaching Review and discuss the following bullet points with your students. Select a Just Right book that you are interested in and want to read. Follow the Guidelines for Reading Workshop refer to the anchor chart. Track your thinking each day use sticky notes if needed. Complete a Reading Response by the end of the week. Do your best reading and thinking every day Happy Reading. 5th Grade Reading 5, Lovely on the Inside, by Laura Bresko. Characters, 1 A clearing in the woods, 2 PRIDE Get this little urchin away from me.
3 CHARITY Oh the poor thing Perhaps they are hungry They look like they could use. a good meal, 4 HOPE I hope I have some food left in the basket Let s share it with them. 5 LOVELI Don t do that They ll get near me and soil my dress Eew Stop it Hope And. you too Charity These urchins should be able to see my loveliness and know they are not. worthy to come near it, 6 PRIDE That s right What is wrong with the two of you Come with me Loveli. We ll get away from this awful scene They exit stage left The poor who have. gathered around make gestures after Loveli and Pride to show that they don t. like them and are ashamed of their behavior, 7 HOPE Look at how sad these little ones are Their eyes are so big and sunken I only wish. we had more food to give them, 8 CHARITY So do I Here you go sweetheart Yes you are welcome And here s some for. you and you and you, 9 Fairy Godmother appears, 10 FAIRY Did someone say wish.
11 HOPE Startled I did But who are you, 12 FAIRY I m your fairy godmother Hope I ve been watching over you since you were born. And you too Charity I m so proud of the two of you You are both beautiful people. 5th Grade Reading 6, 13 CHARITY We re not beautiful Loveli and Pride are beautiful We re kind of homely The. townspeople talk and say we have faces that only a mother could love. 14 HOPE You re a fairy godMOTHER Maybe that s why you think we re beautiful. 15 FAIRY Heavens no children You are both beautiful because you have good. hearts No amount of physical beauty can ever outshine the beauty that comes. from within Now you made a wish and I m going to grant it Piles of food. appear and the poor children laugh with delight, 16 HOPE Oh thank you Fairy Godmother Look at how happy they are. 17 CHARITY And there s so much They ll be able to take the food home and feed their. 18 FAIRY Now where are Loveli and Pride, 19 HOPE They walked off that way We were having a nice picnic when these poor starving. children showed up hoping for a scrap or two It upset Loveli and Pride to have them about. so they left in a hurry, 20 FAIRY Well I ll just have to catch up with them.
21 CHARITY Goodbye Fairy Godmother And thank you so much. 22 Fairy Godmother exits Lights go down, 23 Elsewhere in the woods. 24 LOVELI I don t understand why Hope and Charity spend any time with the poor people It. is so ooo disgusting to see their ragged clothes and rotten teeth. 25 PRIDE I completely agree It s almost like those two are from another family and are not. really related to us at all I should think that they might remember that they are royalty and. behave like it instead of fraternizing with the commoners And I don t care what Mother and. Father have to say about it It is beneath us as the royals of this kingdom. 26 Fairy Godmother enters stage and hides behind tree. 27 LOVELI Imagine not thinking enough of yourself to bathe and wear pretty clothes Even. if I were poor I d still dress nicely so my loveliness would show. 28 PRIDE Ha Poor people are too lazy to take care of themselves That s why they re. poor in the first place They have no pride, 5th Grade Reading 11. 29 FAIRY Addressing the audience I cannot believe my ears I have watched. over all of these children since birth I gave Loveli her beauty and Pride his sense. of worth and Hope her positive attitude and Charity her big heart The king and. queen have always been such caring and fair rulers that I wanted to reward. them Instead it seems as if I have burdened them with two heartless children. Well I can admit when I ve made a mistake and in this situation I ve surely. made two Now how to fix it Hmmm I have an idea She waves her wand. and Loveli and Pride are transformed into starving urchins like the ones they. were trying to escape from, 30 LOVELI What has happened Look at me I m filthy And my clothes are in tatters. 31 PRIDE Oh my gosh you look terrible just like a poor person But I m too hungry to. care I feel as if I m starving Maybe we should find Hope and Charity and beg for some. 32 Loveli and Pride exit stage right, 33 A clearing in the woods. 34 HOPE I guess it s time to head back to the castle Starts packing up their. picnic basket I wonder where Loveli and Pride have gone. 35 CHARITY Oh wait Hope Here are two more starvelings Hands bread to the. now transformed Loveli and Pride Oh look they re trying to speak but no. words are coming from their mouths The poor little dears Take everything that. is left little ones, 36 HOPE Time to go Maybe we can come again soon and bring more food I hope so.
37 CHARITY It would be so wonderful if we did Picks up blanket they were sitting. on Still no sign of Loveli and Pride I guess they must have walked home. already We best be going, 38 Hope and Charity exit stage left Pride is busy eating Loveli is hiding in shame. 39 PRIDE I don t know why Hope and Charity can t hear us but I m glad they were kind. 5th Grade Reading 1 Block 3 Drama 11 10 11 25 3 weeks 12 days TEKS 5 1A 5 5 5 5A 5 9A 5 14 Fig 19A F Week Time Frame Lessons Focus 1 11 10 11 14 1 5 5 5 5 5 Fig 19D Fig 19A C Drama Genre Immersion Structure and Elements of Drama Plot 2 11 17 11 21 6 10 5 5 5 5 Fig 19E 5 5 Fig 19D 5 3 Fig 19D Making Inferences about Characters Theme and Bridging to STAAR Lesson 10

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