Charlotte's Web
 

English

Early Stage One

Stage One

Stage Two

Stage Three

ACROSS KLA's-integrated

Books to read aloud

Books to read aloud -Early Stage 1

Books to read aloud- Stage 1

Books to read aloud-Stage 2

CAPA 

Copyright

Curriculum

Digital Literacy

English     Early Stage One

 English     Stage One

 English    Stage Two

 English    Stage Three

GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION

HSIE

 Information and Communication Learning Technologies ICLT

MATHS

PDHPE

Reading

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Thinking skills

 Visual Literacy

 WEB 2.0

 

Thinking activity  from Intel

Integrating ICT using the visual ranking tool

 

Friends play many important roles in our lives. The characteristics we value in a friend vary from one person to the next. This project uses the classic story, Charlotte's Web, to engage students in critical thinking about what makes a good friend.

Curriculum-Framing Questions

  • Essential Question
    Do actions speak louder than words?
  • Unit Questions
    Which friendship traits are most important to you?
    Which characters play the most important role in keeping Wilbur alive?
  • Sample Content Question
    What are character traits?

Explore Charlotte's Web

 

Charlotte's Web

 

FOR THE TEACHER

Charlotte's Web unit

Charlotte's Web -Chapter 8-Egg sacs and baby spiders

Literature activities for Charlotte's Web

Charlotte's Web chapter summary

 Spiderroom website

 

Tongue Twisters

See how fast you can talk as well as read. Try these tongue twisters:

Wise spiders will weave webs wonderfully well.

Six silly spiders spin silken socks.

http://www.spiderroom.info/spideryarns.html