The children will read the Anne Frank: Students will go back to home groups and complete a news article on the three topics. Each expert writing an article but the group putting it together as a newspaper.
Introduction If you have any old letters, bring a few you can read to the class. Read about two short letters you have received to your students. Inform them they are going to write their own letters. It's easy as 1,2,3! Pass your letters around for the students to see. Tell the students that before they begin writing a letter, there are some things they need to know—namely, the parts that make up the letter.
The first part is the greeting. Next to the head, write "greeting" and explain that a letter begins with a greeting. It's how we say hello. Move down to the body. Tell students that a letter must also have a body.
The body is where the actual content of the letter is located. Move down to the feet. Tell students that a letter must have a closing, and the feet are the closing of the letter. It's how we say goodbye.
Review what each section means. Have students write "greeting" next to the heads.
List several greetings on the board, e. Move down to the feet and have them write "closing.
Circle the greeting used in the letter and write "greeting" next to it. Write sentences, and write the word body next to them. Add the closing, circle it, and write "closing" next to it.
Remind students to always write their name after the closing. Independent working time 20 minutes Give each student a sheet of butcher paper.Lesson Plan The Correspondence Project: A Lesson of Letters.
In that spirit, this lesson in letter writing provides a functional application for writing and, at the same time, encourages students to make personal connections through a variety of letter topics. Further Reading. Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.
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Return to Table of Contents. Lesson Plan – Holocaust Unit. Suggested Books.
Non-Fiction. Upstairs Room by Johanna Reiss. We Are Witnesses: Five Diaries of Teenagers Who Died in the Holocaust by Jacob Boas. Rescue: The Story of How Gentiles Saved Jews in the Holocaust by Milton Meltzer.
Hiding to Survive: Stories of Jewish Children Rescued from the Holocaust by Maxine B. Rosenberg.