EDRDG445- Kelsey Logan

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Madeline Kelsey Logan


Welcome! This week you will be working on an internet based literature lesson. That means that you will be using the internet to learn more about a book. In this lesson, you will do a variety of fun and interesting activities before, during, and after reading. All of the activities will be completed on the internet and the computer. Follow the directions carefully on each slide as you complete the lesson.

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The book we will be learning more about is: Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans

Before You Read:

Before You Read

Activity 1::

Activity 1: Click on the links to watch an episode of Madeline Madeline- part 1 Madeline- part 2 Before You Read

Response 1::

Response 1: After you have watched the Madeline videos, write a review (a paragraph) about it. Be sure to answer the following questions: Who is Madeline? Where does she live? What do you think Madeline is about? What did you like about it? What did you not like about the video? What was your favorite part? Why? Make sure you include your name. Before You Read

Response 2::

Response 2: On the class wiki, post two questions that you may have about Madeline or the author. What do you think will happen in the book? Make sure you include your name. Answer another student’s questions that they posted. Before You Read

How to Post Responses:

How to Post Responses Click here to go to our class wiki and add your responses. In the right corner, there is an edit button that looks like this: Click on it to add your response to the class wiki Then click to publish your response to the wiki Please do not change what another person added Before You Read

Activity 2: :

Activity 2: Now let’s take a look at the author who wrote the Madeline stories. Click here and here to learn more about the author, Ludwig Bemelmans. Before You Read

Response 3::

Response 3: On the class wiki, post two interesting facts you learned about Ludwig Bemelmans. Before You Read

While You Read:

While You Read

During Reading:

During Reading Now is your chance to read the book Madeline. Go to the next slide to see the vocabulary words you should be looking for while you read. While You Read

Activity 1::

Activity 1: Let’s take a look at some of the vocabulary words in the story. Our vocabulary words for the story are: Appendix Habit Solemn Tiptoeing Disaster Frighten Click here to go through the vocabulary flashcards at least two times. Click on and then click on . While You Read

Response 1::

Response 1: On the class wiki, choose 4 vocabulary words to use in a sentence. You will use one vocabulary word in one sentence. So you will have 4 sentences total. Don’t forget to write your name by your sentence. While You Read

Response 2::

Response 2: On our classroom wiki, compare and contrast the Madeline movie and the book in a paragraph. How are they similar? How are they different? Which one did you like more? Why? Remember to write your name by your paragraph. While You Read

After You Read:

After You Read

Activity 1::

Activity 1: Go back and look through the book. Think of your favorite sentence from the book and find it. Click here to go to the class Wall Wisher. Double click anywhere on the wall to add your favorite sentence. Make sure to explain why you like it. Have your helper add a picture for you. After You Read

Activity 2::

Activity 2: Click here to take a short quiz over the book Madeline . When you have completed the quiz, show me your score or print it out to turn in. After You Read

Response 1::

Response 1: Click here to create an acrostic poem about the story, Madeline . To start, click on Follow the directions. For the topic word, you many use any word that relates to Madeline. Examples: Madeline, Paris, Miss Clavel , Appendix Make sure that all of the words you add deal with the book. When you are finished, click on Send it to me at kgfink@bsu.edu After You Read

Response 2::

Response 2: Go back to the class wiki and confirm your predictions you made earlier. Did what you think happen? What didn’t happen that you though might? What did? After You Read

Beyond What You Read:

Beyond What You Read


Activities After you have read the book and completed the activities, here are some fun activities you can do. Listen to some of an interview with author’s wife Click here to listen Color some of the characters Click here to color Beyond what you read

Activities continued…:

Activities continued… Match pictures from Madeline Click here Explore some Madeline websites Click here Click here Watch an episode of Madeline Click here Beyond what you read

Related Books:

Related Books

Madeline Books:

Madeline Books If you liked reading Madeline , check out these books: Madeline in London Madeline Says Merci Madeline’s Rescue Madeline at the White House Related books

Other books:

Other books Madeline and the Cats of Rome Madeline and the Bad Hat Madeline and the Gypsies Madeline In America and Other Holiday Tales Related books

About What You Read:

About What You Read


Rubric A rubric is used to score and grade your work that you did throughout this literature lesson Click here to view the rubric for this lesson About what you read

Online Assessment :

Online Assessment


Jeopardy! Click here to play a Jeopardy game about what you have learned in this lesson. You may work with your helper to answer the questions or play against them. Assessment



Indiana Standards:

Indiana Standards 2.2.4: Ask and respond to questions ( when, who, where, why, what if, how) to aid comprehension about important elements of informational texts The paragraph students write answers who/where questions, etc. 2.2.8: Follow two-step written instructions. The entire literature lesson is following written instructions. 2.3.5: Confirm predictions about what will happen next in a story. The students made predictions about the book and can confirm them at the end 2.4.1: Create a list of ideas for writing. The students made a list of words for ideas before they created the acrostic poem 2.5.5: Use descriptive words when writing Students should have used descriptive words in their writing and acrostic poem 2.5.7: Write responses to literature that: 
• demonstrate an understanding of what is read. 
• support statements with evidence from the text. The student responded after the read Madeline to show they understood it Standards

NETS Standards:

NETS Standards 2.Communication and Collaboration Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. Students: a. interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media. b . communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats. Students used the wiki to communicate information, publish and share information with peers and others 3.Research and Information Fluency Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. Students: b . locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media. c . evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks. Students used the internet to locate, organize, and analyze information from many sources Standards

NET Standards:

NET Standards 5.Digital Citizenship Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior. Students: a. advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology. b . exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity. c . demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning. d . exhibit leadership for digital citizenship. Students safely used technology, they had positive attitudes, and were responsible 6.Technology Operations and Concepts Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations. Students: a. understand and use technology systems. b . select and use applications effectively and productively. c . troubleshoot systems and applications. d . transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies. Students used technology systems effectively, they worked through problems, and added their knowledge to the internet Standards


Congratulations! You have completed the online literature unit for Madeline . I hope you enjoyed it and learned a lot.

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