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Teachers Network: Adaptor Grants: Eric Carle Author Study
Adapted By:
Samantha Ng

Samantha Ng has been teaching at the Yung Wing School for eight years.

P.S. 124
New York, NY
Principal: Alice Hom


Modifications


I modified some of the activities from this author study unit for my first grade class on the children's book author, Eric Carle.

Instructional Objectives


Students Will:

  • Read and comprehend at least three books by Eric Carle
  • Produce a response to literature
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the author's style in their art works.

Technology Integration

After scanning all the children's art works, we used kidpix to make a slideshow of their work.


Assessment


After many read-alouds of Eric Carle's books, children reread and chose their favorite story. Then each child created their own Eric Carle stories. They also created their own artworks using Eric Carle's style.



Tips for Teachers


I like the kidpix slide show idea to show their work.


Student Work Samples

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