Presentation on theme: "Sarah Morton A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl By Kate Waters"— Presentation transcript:
1 Sarah Morton A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl By Kate Waters Photographs by Russ KendallCyberlesson by:JoAnn Truszkowski
2 Materials Prediction Sheet Venn Diagram Reflection Sheet Pencil Text, Sarah Morton, A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim GirlBy Kate WatersPrediction SheetVenn DiagramReflection SheetPencilComputer with Internet Access
3 Hello First Graders!Have you ever wondered what life was like as a child along time ago? We are going to take a journey back in time to the year We will view pictures and read about what life was like back then. Are you ready? Let’s go!
4 Before ReadingBefore we read the story, Sarah Morton’s Day – A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl, we will take a picture walk to see what responsibilities Sarah had as a child in As we go through the book, write what you predict the story will be about. Click on the book above for the prediction sheet.
6 During ReadingWhile we read the story, check to monitor your predictions. Draw a star next to the predictions that were correct from the story.
7 After ReadingPilgrim children had many chores to do. The next three slides show the many different chores that Sarah had to do each day.
8 Morning Chores Tend the fire. Serve pudding to parents. 3. Feed the chickens.4. Milk the goat.
9 Afternoon Chores 1. Work in the garden. 2. Time for lessons. 3. Grind the spices.
10 Evening Chores Cook bread and turkey. 2. Polish the kettle. 3. Practice reading.4. Milk the goat again.5. Get the pail and get water from6. Say your prayers.
11 After ReadingAfter reading Sarah Morton’s Day, we will fill in our Venn Diagram to compare the daily chores in Sarah’s life in 1627 and the daily chores in our life in 2005.
12 Beyond ReadingNow that you have learned about Pilgrim life, do you think you would like to live in the year 1627? Click on the pictures below to learn more about Pilgrim life. After you have viewed the different websites, write down your reflections and share them with your partner.Pilgrim clothingPilgrim clothingPilgrim homesThe MayflowerPilgrim homes
13 Reflections I would like to live in the year 1627 because_________ _________________________________________.I would not like to live in the year 1627 because______
14 Rubric Activity 3 2 1 Prediction sheet Makes predictions about the story during a book picture walk and writes them on a recording sheet.Makes 2-3 reasonable predictions about the story and records them on the recording sheet.Makes unreasonable predictions about the story and records them on the recording sheet.Does not make predictions about the story and does not record them on the recording sheet.Venn DiagramCompares chores in the year 1627 to chores in 2005.Writes down 2-3 chores for each section. Total of 6-9 chores. Demonstrates critical thinking within their answers.Writes down at least 1 chore in each section. Total of 3 chores.Writes down less than 3 chores total.Reflection SheetAfter reading the story, write about whether or not you would like to live in the year 1627.Writes down at least 2 responses on the reflection sheet. Demonstrates critical thinking in their answers.Writes down at least 1 response on their reflection sheet.Does not write down a reflection.
15 Credits Websites *http://members.aol.com/calebj/clothing.html *http://web.ccsd.k12.wy.us/Social%20Studies/05/0101pilcloth.html*http://www.kent.k12.wa.us/staff/ErinKeller/pilgrimwq/plimouth.htm*http://teacher.scholastic.com/thanksgiving/mayflower/tour/index.htm*http://teacher.scholastic.com/thanksgiving/plimoth/daily.htm*http://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/pdf/venn.pdfTextSarah Morton’s Day – A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim GirlBy: Kate WatersPhotographs By: Russ Kendall
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