lesson on setting/sequence

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  1. scgirl04

    scgirl04 Rookie

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    Sep 16, 2008

    well i am thinking about doing a lesson on setting or sequences in a story for my 1st/2nd grade class. i was looking online and saw the story "where going on a bear hunt". I thought it would be nice to have my students act out the various setting in the story and possibly put them in order. However, i was wondering if there is another book out there that anyone can suggest.
     
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  3. EMonkey

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    Sep 17, 2008

    We're Going on a Bear Hunt is a great one I did interactive writing with it and the students really wanted to go all over the school on a bear hunt. We didn't get a chance to do that but they were enthused. Maybe I Saw a Bear Looking at Me or The story about the too noisy house.
     
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    You could use "The Wind Blew" or "A Letter For Amy." That also ties in the concepts of weather as well. Both of these stories are great for sequencing and telling about the setting. Plus, The Wind Blew is a predictable book, so it's good to start with.

    Good luck!!!!
     

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