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Legend of the Indian Paintbrush

This is a lesson using a reading strategy for the book The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush by Tomie dePaola.

Cindy Fox

on 3 December 2012

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Transcript of Legend of the Indian Paintbrush

Little Gopher R
T - role
- audience
- format
- topic Communities Little Gopher's Gift Little Gopher's has a different gift than the
other boys in the tribe. Gift: a special ability or talent Question: How did Little Gopher's gift help his community? A Reading Strategy
by: Cindy Fox The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush
By: Tomie dePoala Little Gopher's has a gift of
painting. R
T - You

- Mrs. Zeitler, the counselor.

- You will write a letter using a letter format.

- Your letter should explain your gift and how your
gift could or will benefit the community. Question: How is your gift important to our
community? RAFT- is a reading strategy that uses writing to help students comprehend material. R - stands for the role a student will take during reading. A - stands for the audience the writer is writing to. F- is the format the writer needs to write for the reader. T- stands for the topic the writer is responsible for articulating.
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