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Interactive video lesson plan for: Tuesday- By David Weisner.

Activity overview:


12 questions

1. Write a setting description to begin this story.
Think about:
The shots the camera uses;
What would you be able to see/ hear if you were there?

2. Why do you think the frogs have begun to levitate? Do you notice a change here? What do you think it might mean? (00:00:56)

3. How long has it taken the frogs to get here? (00:01:19)

4. What do you think the character is thinking here? (00:01:27)

5. Use a simile or metaphor to describe the appearance of the frog in this scene. (00:01:37)

6. Why do the frogs stay in the old lady's house? (00:02:04)

7. What time does this part of the story take place? (00:02:17)

8. Why do you think the frogs are falling from the sky? (00:02:27)

9. Why is the inspector confused? (00:02:51)

10. Why is this information important to the story? (00:03:09)

11. What is going to happen now? (00:03:12)

12. What is you prediction for what might happen next Tuesday, at approximately at 8pm? (00:03:30)

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