When Marian Sang Reading and Writing Activities in Digital and PDF

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When Marian Sang by Pam Munoz Ryan shares how Marian Anderson made her mark in our history. This standards aligned resource includes before, during, and after reading activities that emphasize themes of perseverance.

53 pages (1/2 PDF and 1/2 for Google Slides TM)

 

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When Marian Sang by Pam Munoz Ryan shares how Marian Anderson made her mark in our history. This standards aligned resource includes before, during, and after reading activities that emphasize themes of perseverance.

HOW IS THE WHEN MARIAN SANG BUNDLE ORGANIZED?

This reading and writing bundle includes PDF and Google slides TM comprehension activities that you can use with the book for mentor text lessons, in small groups, or with partners. It has a lapbook project for post reading, and a writing prompt that pulls all the learning together.

WHAT’S INCLUDE IN THE WHEN MARIAN SANG BUNDLE?

  • Schema Builder about music
  • Vocabulary organizer and word cards
  • Describing Marian
  • BME Organizer
  • Story Summarizer
  • Questioning Task Cards and Response Form
  • Lapbook Cover Images
  • History Timeline
  • Becoming a Star/Cause and Effect Activity
  • Comparing Talents
  • Story Vocabulary in Pictures
  • Facts Flapbook/Organizer
  • About the Author
  • Marian Sings in Washington DC
  • Comparing her experience in Europe and DC
  • Marian Anderson Makes Her Mark Writing Prompt

MORE ABOUT THE WHEN MARIAN SANG BUNDLE:

The bundle includes 53 pages in length (1/2 half black and white PDF and 1/2 in color for Google Slides TM). Your students will have the opportunity for learning many comprehension skills and strategies, write about Marian’s life and work, and deepen their understanding of how important it is to follow your dreams with confidence and bravery. All of the materials are planned with a before, during, and after reading format in mind. However, the teacher can choose parts to use in mentor text lessons if preferred. Lapbook pieces can be placed in interactive notebooks too. A preview of the materials included is attached.

WHAT OTHER TEACHERS HAD TO SAY ABOUT THE UNIT:

  • “I used this as a Black History Month activity. Students enjoyed learning about Marian Anderson and applying what they learned using the activities.”
  • “A great resource for a wonderful book! “
  • “Thank you for a complete resource! “
  • “Great addition to my study on women who break barriers.”

OTHER RESOURCES FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH YOU’D ENJOY:

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Black History Month Book Companion Bundle

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