The Fire Lesson Download

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Integration Ideas: Chicago|Fire Prevention|Folk Tales|Heroes & Victims|History Adaptation|Point of View|The 5 Senses
Concepts/Skills Taught: Collaboration|Concentration|Cooperation|Emotions|Imagination|Listening|Narrator|Personification|Senses|Sensory Recall|The Five Senses
Room Arrangements: Open

SKU: 3970 Category:

Description

The Fire Lesson

Objective: students demonstrate sensory (touch, taste, smell, sight, sound) recall in a drama.  Students identify similarities among art forms.

Students become fire, fight fire, and practice fire prevention all through the safety of drama.  This lesson introduces students to sensory (touch, taste, smell, sight, and sound) recall and personification (part of the third grade objectives).  The lesson culminates in an enacted story about fire combining fire fighters, fire, and people escaping fire as characters.  Students also continue their study of the different styles of narrator voice from the previous lesson (The Three Sillies).  We broke this lesson into two parts (over 2 days) to cover all the objectives (both parts included in one PDF document).  This lesson is part of our recommended sequence in the Third Grade Curriculum.