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Tuck Everlasting

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Tuck Everlasting Unit
Unit Essential Question: Why is Tuck Everlasting, a Classic?
Lesson Plane's
Summative Assessment

Vocab-Students will match the term and definition, students will write a sentence using the vocab word correctly
Comprehension- Students will sequence events, fill in the blank, and chose the correct answer
Quotes- Students will determine who said what in the book
Compare/contrast-Students will fill in a Venn-diagram, comparing and contrasting the book and movie
Story Map- Students will complete a story map
Essay-Students will answer one essay question pertaining to events in the book, expressing their own opinion

200 Point Test at the end of the Unit
LEQ 8
HOW AND WHY DO WE COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO DIFFERENT MEDIAS?
CC.1.2.3.I: Compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic.
CC.1.2.3.J: Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate conversational,
general academic, and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal spatial and temporal relationships.
CC. 9.4.5.A: Identify uses of expressive symbols that show philosophical meanings in works in the arts and humanities
CC.9.4.5.D:Explain choices made regarding media, technique, form, subject matter and themes that communicate the artist’s philosophy within a work in the arts and humanities
CC.1.2.3.J: Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate conversational,
general academic, and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal spatial and temporal relationships.
CC.1.3.4.G: Make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of the text, identifying where each version reflects specific descriptions and directions in the text.
CC.1.2.4.D: Compare and contrast an event or topic told from two
different points of view.
CC.1.2.4.G: Interpret various presentations of information within
a text or digital source and explain how the information contributes to an
understanding of text in which it appears.
CC.1.3.4.G: Make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of the text, identifying where each version reflects specific descriptions and directions in the text.
CC.1.3.4.C:
Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text.
CC.1.4.4.D:


Lesson's
5 Lessons
What is Compare and Contrast?
Important parts of film?
Watching the film students fill out worksheets looking for the differences and similarities between the movie and book.
How to write a Compare and Contrast Essay?
Writing a Compare and Contrast Essay, Comparing and Contrasting the book and movie.

Resources/Materials
Handouts
Sign-up sheet
4th Grade Language Arts
By: Aleacia White
GRASP Activity

Tuck Everlasting Letter Prompt

Your task is to write a letter, pretending to be Winnie Foster OR Jesse Tuck. You need to convince Jesse why or why not you decided to drink or not drink the water, OR convince Winnie why or why not she should drink the water. You will create a letter in order to show your understanding of the book, and to apply your own personal feelings and beliefs, as to what you would do in Winnie’s OR Jesse’s situation. Your work will be judged by meeting all the criteria listed in your rubric and including the following:

Prior to writing you need to inform me what character you want to be
You need to state your choice in the introduction paragraph
Provide 3 reasons for your choice
Support and explain your reasons in at least three sentences, using the book, your own beliefs, and feelings
Include a conclusion, summing your letter up
Prepare to present your letters when finished

Winnie Foster

OR

Jesse Tuck

Abstract
LEQ's
LEQ 7-
WHAT LESSONS CAN TUCK EVERLASTING TEACH US?
Vocabulary
Compare and Contrast Book and Movie
LEQ 1-
WHAT MAKES A GOOD BOOK?
LEQ 2-
How can we obtain unknown words meanings?

LEQ 3-
How I use literacy clues to make predictions and inferences?

LEQ 4-
What are the literary elements in Tuck Everlasting?
LEQ 5-
How can I demonstrate my understanding of the book?

LEQ 6-
What are the themes in Tuck Everlasting?
LEQ 7-
WHAT LESSONS CAN TUCK EVERLASTING TEACH US?
LEQ 8-
HOW AND WHY DO WE COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO DIFFERENT MEDIAS?
My unit is on Tuck Everlasting the book, for fourth grade Language Arts, I used backwards design approach, to design my unit. The unit essential question is, Why is Tuck Everlasting a Classic? My unit consist of a GRASP activity, a Summative assessment, and a collection of lessons for one of my LEQ’s. My LEQ for my GRASP activity is LEQ 7-What lessons can Tuck Everlasting teach us? My lesson planes are for LEQ 8-How and why we compare and contrast two different Medias? Within this group of lessons it teaching students what compare and contrast is, why we compare and contrast, how to compare and contrast, graphic organizers to use, important parts of film, viewing the film-comparing it to the book, what an essay is, and how to write a compare/contrast essay. My unit also includes a Summative assessment that test all of my LEQ’s. I chose Tuck Everlasting, because my mentor teacher suggested that she needed help incorporating the Common Core Standards in her lessons for the spring. She asked me if I would write a unit on Tuck Everlasting. I did a lot of research to come up with fun enjoyable activities to do with the book study. A major thing I have taken away from this is that developing a unit is very difficult and stressful at times. I hope Ms. McGladrie’s class will enjoy reading Tuck Everlasting and enjoy all the worksheets and organizers I made for the unit.
Compare and Contrast Worksheet Venn-diagram
Vocab detective Film Worksheet
Permission Slip to View Film
Tuck Everlasting Book and Movie Compare/Contrast Packet
Movie Analysis Worksheet
Parts of an Essay Graphic Organizer
Compare and Contrast Essay Prompt and Rubric
Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizers
Proofreading checklist
PowerPoints
Objectives
Lesson 1 of 5
1. Students will be able define compare and contrast.
2. Students will be able model their understanding by filling in their own compare and contrast worksheet.
3. Students will be able explain why we compare and contrast.
Lesson 2 of 5
1. Students will be able to determine important components of film.
2. Students will be able to use film terminology.
Lesson 3 of 5
1. Students will be able to determine differences and similarities from the book and movie.
2. Students will be able to identify film components.
Lesson 4 of 5
1. Students will be able to organize ideas using compare and contrast.
2. Students will be able to explain how to write a compare and contrast essay.
Lesson 5 of 5
1. Students will be able to outline their paper.
2. Students will be able to write a compare and contrast essay.
3. Student will be able to revise their essay.
Lesson 1 of 5
Compare
Contrast
Lesson 2 of 5

Director
Actor
Actress
Costumes
Scene
Style
Effects
Lighting
Music
Set
Symbolism
Foreshadowing
Flashback
Lesson 4 of 5
Compare
Contrast
Essay
Point by point
Block Method
similarities to differences
Cue words
Thesis
Lesson 5 of 5
Essay
Thesis
Proofread
Rough draft
Final draft
Introduction
Conclusion
Hook


Is on the table if you would, like a a copy of my unit.

Pink-Sticky notes Kudos
Orange-Sticky notes Renovate
Are found on the table, along with a copy of the book, and DVD
List Books That have Been Made into Movies?
Group related information in paragraphs and sections, linking ideas within categories of information using words and phrases; provide a concluding statement or section; include formatting when useful to aiding comprehension
CC.1.2.4.D:
Compare and contrast an event or topic told from two
different points of view.
CC.1.2.4.G:
Interpret various presentations of information within
a text or digital source and explain how the information contributes to an
understanding of text in which it appears.
CC.1.3.4.G: Make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of the text, identifying where each version reflects specific descriptions and directions in the text.
CC.1.3.4.C:
Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text.
CC.1.4.4.D:
Group related information in paragraphs and sections, linking ideas within categories of information using words and phrases; provide a concluding statement or section; include formatting when useful to aiding comprehension
CC.1.2.4.D:
Compare and contrast an event or topic told from two
different points of view.
CC.1.2.4.G:
Interpret various presentations of information within
a text or digital source and explain how the information contributes to an
understanding of text in which it appears. CC.1.4: Writing: Students write for different purposes and audiences. Students write
clear and focused text to convey a well-defined perspective and appropriate content.
CC.1.4.4.U: With some guidance and support, use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others; demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of one page in a single sitting.
CC.1.4.4.J: Create an organizational structure that includes related ideas grouped to support the writer’s purpose and linked in a logical order with a
concluding statement or section related to the opinion. Standard-CC.1.2.4.D: Compare and contrast an event or topic told from two
different points of view.
CC.1.4.3.P: Organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally, using temporal
words and phrases to signal event order; provide a sense of closure.
CC.1.4.4.I: Provide reasons that are supported by facts and details.
CC.1.4.5.F: Demonstrate a grade appropriate command of the conventions of
standard English grammar and spelling.
CC.1.4.5.T: With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.



More Standards
Compare Contrast Essay
Students will write an essay comparing and contrasting the book and movie.
Assessment for LEQ 8
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