Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Type, Reading & Writing, Subject, Grade 4, Grade 5

Reading about the Deaf Perspective: Dad and Me in the Morning Guided Reading Lesson Plan

 

Summary:

This lesson revolves around the book Dad and Me and the Morning by Patricia Lakin. The book tells the short story of a boy and his dad getting up early to see the sunrise. The book is unique because the boy in the story is deaf and the book shows the different ways he and his dad communicate. It is a great example of how the disabled perspective can be brought to a story that most children can relate with. In this lesson the teacher will read the book page by page and stop on each page to have students figure out all the different ways the boy and his Dad are communicating. The students will compete to see who can find the most ways. Everything you need to teach this lesson, including the book, can be found in the lesson plan by following the link below. 

Exercise:

Dad and Me in the Morning Lesson Plan.docx

 

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Anti-Bullying, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Type, Subject, Grade 4

Birthday Party

Summary:

In this lesson, students will consider what accommodations they can make in order to be more inclusive of their peers with disabilities.

Exercise:

Birthday Party.docx

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Language Arts, Anti-Bullying, Kindergarten, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Type, Grade 2, Subject, Social Studies, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

The Sneetches

Summary:

 Students will read/watch the story of The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss. Students will think about prejudice and bullying. Students will learn that differences are not a bad thing and that no one should have to change to please others.

Exercise:

The Sneetches.docx

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History, Black History Month, College, Kindergarten, Grade 6, Grade 9, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Grade 7, Grade 10, Middle School (6-8), Type, Grade 2, Grade 8, Grade 11, High School (9-12), Subject, Grade 3, Grade 12, Grade 4, Grade 5

Resources for Educators on Including Disability in Black History Month

Resources.docx

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Anti-Bullying, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Type, Subject, Social Studies, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

Portrait of the Whole Person: Lesson 1 – Let’s Talk About Disability

Summary:

Students will discuss the importance and value of using respectful language when talking about people with disabilities.

Students will examine the power of language and labels on identity, learn what language is respectful when talking about disabilities, and review some examples of appropriate language.

Lesson Plan: 

Portrait of the Whole Person: Lesson 1 – Let’s Talk About Disability.docx

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Please let Disability Rights Washington know you used their lesson. Email: info@dr-wa.org

For the full Portrait of the Whole Person Curriculum: Disability Rights Washington