advice for shared read-aloud

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    May 10, 2011

    Hello, everyone..need some advice for a shared reading lesson for tomorrow. The head honcho intermediate person is coming to us K-2 teachers tomorrow to observe a reading lesson for 15 minutes-it's not an evaluation or anything, but you still want to do your best ...it's super late in the year, my room is a mess (and the whole school is) as we are closing our school in 3 weeks, and my schedule had to be re-arranged completely to accomodate this person for 15 min..grrr..but oh well, enough of that..onto the lesson. I was thinking of doing a familiar read of ours (possibly Goldilocks and the Three Bears, or even one of the Eric Carle books) and doing a story map (who what where-beginning,middle, end), and then doing a sequencing activity as their independent work..any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
     
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