Teaching Children's Literature

“A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest.” ~C.S. Lewis

The Mighty Miss Malone Lesson Plan

MightyMissMaloneLessonPlan

Created by Jill Jones and Kimberly Kemp

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One comment on “The Mighty Miss Malone Lesson Plan

  1. melissapncsu
    June 17, 2013

    The connections to the text in this lesson are incredibly strong. Repeatedly, students are asked to approach the text from different angles and support their thinking with specific quotes from the text. This lesson would be a great model for teachers struggling to understand how to address issues of text complexity in their classrooms.

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