Title of Lesson - “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss
Grade Level - Kindergarten
Objectives - What you hope to accomplish in your tutoring session
Introduce the children to new, easy to read, and understand words. Let them know how it is good to try new things outside of your comfort zone because you may like it.
Materials - A list of the items that you will need (book, chalk, props, etc.)
Plates and napkins
Eggs and food coloring
Paper and pen
Board and marker
Introduction: (How will you get students interested in today's tutoring session?)
I would cook “green” eggs for the students before introducing the book. Before they start eating, I would record their expressions to the green eggs and opinions on how they think it's going to taste. While they are eating, I would discuss the book and the author. I will also write out some of the common words they will hear from the book on the board.
Lesson Activities - A step-by-step description of what you will do during the read aloud session. List the different techniques you will use, questioning, showing pictures, acting out scenes, etc.
I would use dramatic and fun sound effects, hand motions, facial expressions, and change my tone to invite the children to become a part of the story with me.
I would hold the book facing the children as I read, so they're able to see the pictures.
I would give the children a line to repeat, so when it is time they can chime in and say “I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am.”
Conclusion - What you will do with students at the end of the lesson to help them understand and appreciate the activity.
At the end of the book, I would explain how the character would of never knew he liked green eggs and ham if he would of kept refusing to try something new. I'll ask the students if they have ever had a time when they experienced something similar. I will review the words that were previously written on the board. Ask the...