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Wordless Picture Book


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Title: Wordless Picture Book

Wordless Picture Book
  • Tuesday by David Wienser
  • Presented by
  • Elizabeth Ross
  • Kim Kleinman

Student Background and Data CollectionName
GraceAge 10Born Russia Grade 4th Formal
Schooling Grace came here through an
international adoption. She was in an orphanage
in Russia were she also attended school. She did
miss a year of school while still in Russia. She
started in our school at the end of first grade
and is now in fourth grade. Language
Proficiency Data Based on her CELA from third
grade she is LEPQualitative Reading Inventory
Spring Third Grade - Primer level Spring
Fourth Grade First grade levelCSAP Because
Grace struggles so much with reading and writing
she was able to opt out of the CSAP in third
grade and we do not have fourth grade scored back
at this point in the year.
ELD structures identified
  • Grace lacks the vocabulary to be descriptive. (
    She said, stuff often)
  • Grace lacks the vocabulary to transition from one
    idea to the next. ( She repeated, Umm, for each
  • Grace switched her verb tenses. (is, was, are)
  • Grace had some grammar mistakes.

Lesson Focus
  • Vocabulary development was the area we determined
    to be Graces greatest area of weakness.
  • Language objectives
  • The student will learn and practice using verbs
    to be used in story telling.
  • The student will practice reading skills.

Rationale and Strategy
  • This is a very physical and active child. It is
    often hard for her to focus in class. This
    activity is highly engaging and requires thinking
    and moving.
  • Because we are teaching verbs we chose to use an
    activity that involves total physical response
  • The student will be acting out each of the new
    verbs introduced in the lesson.

  • Procedures
  • Invite the student to play the acting game.
  • 2. Then, ask the student to choose a card from
    the stack. Have the student read the card.
  • 3. Invite the child to demonstrate (act out) the
  • 4. Repeat this activity until you have used all
    the cards.
  • This activity was adapted from the
  • Teachers Activity Kit by Elizabeth Claire

The lesson continues..
  • 1. Next, show the student the page from the book
    where this action occurs. Invite the student to
    use the vocabulary word, practiced in the
    previous activity, to demonstrate the action in
    the picture.
  • 2. Complete an assessment for understanding by
    having the student tell the story again using the
    same wordless picture book.
  • 3. When the student is familiar with the new
    words, he/she may invite another student to use
    the pictures to make puppets. Using the new
    vocabulary words, the students, or a group of
    students could perform a puppet show.
    were seen flying in the bright blue sky.

Next steps
  • After successfully playing the action game and
    performing a puppet show the student could write
    a sentences using each of the vocabulary words.
  • The student could write a story using the words
    to tell what he/she thinks the pigs might do on
    their adventure.
  • Another extension would be to teach adjectives.
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