Thursday, August 31, 2017

Miss Daisy is Crazy- Lesson Plan Chapter 4


Miss Daisy is Crazy- Lesson Plan Chapter 4

 Miss Daisy is Crazy  by Dan Guttman

lunchbox a metal or plastic box that you put your lunch in to take to school

traded - give something of yours to another person in return for something of his

impostor - someone who is not what they seem

fake - not real

snuck - to approach or act on stealthily

ransom  - money that is paid in order to free someone who has been captured or kidnapped

Questions for discussion:

Where are the kids in this chapter?
What are they doing?
What do they think about Miss Daisy?
What ideas do they have about her?
Is she a real teacher?
What happened to the real teacher?
What idea does A.J. say at the end?
What would you do in this situation?


You are a concerned parent  of one of the children in the class, who is writing a  letter to the newspaper about the new teacher Miss Daisy.  You are upset that she is not a good teacher.  Tell all of her faults.  Write your opinion of the teacher.  Suggest an action plan about what to do about her.

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