Grade Level: 3rd grade
Date: Used on Day 7 of 10
Academic Area: Literacy/ Technology
Lesson Plan Title: Charlotte’s Webquest
Short Description of Lesson: Students will go
through a webquest on the internet relating to Charlotte’s Web. Students are
asked to explore sites to answer questions and do tasks.
Time Needed: 30-40 minutes
Lesson Objective: For students to see that the
Internet is a great place to get help when reading literature. Also, students
will get a better look at real life vs. fantasy of the novel when it comes to
Reading Chapters 7 and 8 in class, I will start ask the students if they
have ever received help or learned from the Internet recently. From there,
I will discuss how the Internet is a very helpful place when it comes to
reading novels and getting more information about them.
- I will
discuss the directions of the webquest (students have already done one
this year- so they know the routine).
- I will
write what they need to turn in on the board.
- I will
assign student partners to computers and get them all at the correct
starting site and allow them to begin.
the webquest directions and answer any questions or perform any tasks the
webquest asks for.
- The answers to the variety of questions
and tasks on the webquest worksheet including:
summaries for chapters 1,8, and 16
to important characters site
pair has completed the tasks and questions.
pair has turned in the answers and responses to the webquest.
needs students are to be paired with students that would be beneficial in
helping them through the webquest.
- R.CM.03.03 compare and contrast
relationships among characters, events, and key
and across texts to create a deeper understanding; including a narrative
informational text, a literature selection to a subject area text, and an
event to a current
*Students will compare and contrast pigs and spiders in
real life and connect similarities and differences between the novel characters
and real animals.
- R.CM.03.04 apply significant
knowledge from grade-level science, social studies, and
*Students will apply science about spiders and pigs to the