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Reading Comprehension

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Alecia Green-Archibald
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Reading Comprehension
Students’ age range: 10-12
Topic: What happens when you eat food?
Description: At the beginning of the class students will be asked to say what they know about food . The teacher will draw a table with three columns naming each column. The first column will have the items that the students know about food, the students will then tell the teacher what they want to learn about what happens to food, these items will be listed under the second column and the final column, students will write what they have learnt after completing the lesson. Students will then be asked to read the story in small groups of four where they will be allowed to discuss the story.
Along with the story the students will watch a short clip on the digestive system. This will help the students to make a connection to the story and enable them to create a model of the human digestive system using clay dough. students will then be asked to trace the digestion of food on their model based on the story.

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