Mikro Lesson 3
|Mikro Lesson 3||Learning Outcomes||Method/Steps|
Oxford Reading Tree
Charlie Stories (What’s up Charlie?) by
Martin Waddell and Daniel Postgate
|- enjoy the story|
- answer questions to demonstrate understanding of text
- determine the meaning of words/phrases:
-draw conclusions based on understanding of the text
|-t tells st to look at picture on p.12, t asks st
“Charlie removes mud from the hole so that he can put some other mud in. What does this tell us about their job? helpful or redundant?”
-t elicits “redundant.” from st
-t asks st “Do the men know it is redundant?”
-t elicits “no” from st.
-t asks st “What do we know about these men? Are they clever or stupid?”
-t elicits “stupid” from st.
-st reads p.13
-t asks st “We know they are stupid now. What will they do next?”
-t elicits guesses from st
-t tell st to look at the picture on p.14-15, t asks st “What are the men doing now”?
- t elicits “the men are putting the mud into the well” from st.
-t asks st “What did the men just do for the whole day? Find a solution to their problem or think they found a solution to their problem?”
- t elicits “they think they found a solution to their problem” from st.
- t asks ss “Did they fix the problem with the well?
- t elicits “no” from st.
- t asks st “do you think they did a lot of work today?”
- t elicits “yes because they moved a lot of mud” or “no because they moved a lot of mud for no reason”
- t asks st, “would you hire these men to do a job for you? Why or why not?”
- t elicits logical answers from ss