Ben Franklin and His First Kite

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Ben Franklin and His First Kite By Dayna Newland Cade Ball State eDRDG 545 :

Ben Franklin and His First Kite By Dayna Newland Cade Ball State eDRDG 545

Before You Read What was your age, when you flew your first kite? Please post your answer to question above by doing the following: 1. Click on question 2. Double click on the blue screen to add a sticky to the wall. 3. Click on the box that appears to type your answer. 4. Type a one sentence answer and then type your name. 5. Click the ok. 6. Click the red x tab to get back. :

Before You Read What was your age, when you flew your first kite? Please post your answer to question above by doing the following: 1. Click on question 2. Double click on the blue screen to add a sticky to the wall. 3. Click on the box that appears to type your answer. 4. Type a one sentence answer and then type your name. 5. Click the ok. 6. Click the red x tab to get back.

Words to Know:

Words to Know Kite Click on the picture to learn the meaning of the word experiment candle invention harbor hearth Quiz yourself over the words you need to know for the story by clicking on this link. Quiz

Benjamin Franklin :

Benjamin Franklin Hello! My name is Benjamin Franklin. Please click on the blue link below to visit a Glog your teacher made about me. Once the page has been opened you may click on any of the pictures to learn about me. Once you are finished click on the red x to close the tab.

What did you learn?:

What did you learn? Click on my picture to make a Bio-Cube about me. 2. Follow the directions and type in the information. You may print your cube. Click the red x and close the tab to return to the lesson.

During Reading Now it is time to read the story Ben Franklin and His First Kite written by Stephen Krensky:

During Reading Now it is time to read the story Ben Franklin and His First Kite written by Stephen Krensky 1. Please quietly partner read the story with your current partner. 2. While reading please make a list of adjectives that describe Benjamin’s character as a boy. Can you or your partner make connections with Ben? Then go to the next page.

Benjamin’s Character:

Benjamin’s Character Click on the book. Type in words in the box that tell about Benjamin Franklin’s character as a boy. Click Go to make a wordle poster about our famous friend. Click print. Click the red x on the tab to come back.

After you Read Now it is your turn to work in a print shop like Benjamin Franklin by developing your own publication, to show what you have learned. 1. Click on the picture of Ben working in a print shop and follow the directions. 2. You will need to make a heading and type articles for your newsletter. 3. Use the book to help you. 4. Print two, one for you and your partner. :

After you Read Now it is your turn to work in a print shop like Benjamin Franklin by developing your own publication, to show what you have learned. 1. Click on the picture of Ben working in a print shop and follow the directions. 2. You will need to make a heading and type articles for your newsletter. 3. Use the book to help you. 4. Print two, one for you and your partner.

How will this be graded?:

How will this be graded? I will use a rubric that I created to grade this lesson. Please view the rubric by clicking on the rubric link Rubric

After Reading and Beyond:

After Reading and Beyond You could do the following: Go to our classroom blog http://dcade.weebly.com/treemendous-tales.html and make a comment about something you learned from the lesson. Make a diamante poem about Ben Franklin by clicking on the kite. Print the poem and then cut it to look like a kite by using my kite tracer.

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Standards Covered :

Standards Covered National Educational Technology Standards Demonstrate creativity and innovation Communicate and collaborate Conduct research and use information Use technology effectively and productively Indiana Department of Education English and Language Standards 1.2 Reading Comprehension and Analysis of Nonfiction and Informational Text 1.3 Comprehension and Analysis of Literacy Text 1.5 Writing Applications 1.6 Writing English language Conventions

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