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AFTER SCHOOL Project PLANNING FORM


Name of Project:

Alice meets the real world

Location/site:

Catharine Elementary School

Grade/age Level: K - 5

Duration of project:

6 weeks

Facilitator: OST Staff




Project Idea

Summary of the issue, challenge, investigation, scenario, or problem:



Youth will read selections of Alice’s in Adventures in Wonderland (abridged version for k-3). As a group, youth will recreate a storyboard with main scenes from the book. Students will then create their own original “Alice in Philadelphia” adventures. Youth will present their storyboards and act out a scene from “Alice in Philadelphia” at the Culminating Event, a Mad Hatter Tea Party. The project will challenge the children to be creative and practice writing and sequencing.

Driving Question

How would Alice’s visit through the looking glass look in Philadelphia?


Project Content or Subjects to be learned:

Literacy, Vocabulary, the development of etiquette, reading comprehension, constructive writing and development of sequencing.


















21st Century Skills and Habits of Mind

to be taught.



(Career Skills applicable for Middle and High School Models)

Collaboration

X




Career Skills:







Communication

X




Other:







Habits of Mind






















Presentation Audience:


Culminating Products and Performances



Group:

Mad Hatter Tea Party: children will develop a story board of Alice’s visit after reading the story and watching the movie. Groups of youth will act out a scene from their original “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards (see below) at the final Mad Hatter Tea Party.

Parents:

x

School:




Community:





Individual:

Children will create their own “Alice in Philadelphia” adventure storyboards. Students will also create mad hatter hats and participate in their own Philly theme mad hatter tea party where they will present their own “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards.



Experts:




Web:

x

Other: OST Children


AFTER SCHOOL Project PLANNING FORM

Activities to generate student interest

“Mad Hatter Day” with silly activities, a variety of arts & craft projects, face painting, making masks & hats, reading, writing, acting, a Philly style mad hatter tea party,


Project Assessment

(Check all that will be used)




Ongoing Assessments

(Checkpoints During Project)

Journal/Learning Log

X

Practice Presentations

X

Art/Visuals

X

Notes

X

Preliminary Plans/Outlines/Prototypes




Checklists

X

Rough Drafts




Concept Maps




Other:




Other:





Project

Rubric

(Final Assessment)


Written Product(s)
__________________________________________________




Other Product(s) or Performance(s), with rubric:

Act out the tea party and croquette match

__________________________________________________


x

Oral Presentation

X

Peer Evaluation




Art

X

Self-Evaluation




Reflection




Other:




.

Debriefing Methods

(All debriefing must be documented)




(Individual, Group, and/or Whole Class)

Debriefing Form (required for second grade and up)

x

Focus Group

x

Whole-Class Discussion

x

Journal/Learning Log

x

Survey




Other:






Resources

Needed


On-site people, facilities:

Catharine Elementary school OST staff

Equipment:

T.V. & DVD Player, Video Camera, Digital Camera & Printer


Materials:

Markers, Alice in Wonderland (DVD & book), Construction paper, Card stock

Community resources:

Free Library of Philadelphia learning center

PROJECT CALENDAR

project: Alice meets the real world

Start Date: 10/06/2010 - 11/20/2010




MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

PROJECT WEEK ONE






http://www.cs.cmu.edu/ ~ari/madHatter.html


  • Complete KWL chart with youth on the Mad Hatter and Alice in Wonderland

  • Silly activities, jokes and riddles!


½ DAY

  • Create task list

  • Reading Survey Activity sheet

  • Read Aloud, grades 4-5: Chapter one of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland







PROJECT WEEK TWO




  • Read Aloud, grades 4-5: “A Mad Tea Party” Chapter of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

  • Read Aloud, grades k-3: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: A Pop-Up Adaptation, Robert Sabuda as Illustrator (read through the tea party scene)

  • Shout Out: What do we need for a tea party?




  • Chapter/book review

  • Create an invitation to the “Philly Mad Hatter Tea Party” culminating event.

  • Make rabbit ears headband.







PROJECT WEEK THREE

  • Read Aloud, grades 4-5: “The Queen’s Croquet Ground”
  • Read Aloud, grades k-3: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: A Pop-Up Adaptation (remainder of book)


  • Shout Out: What do you think was the strangest part of Alice’s journey?


  • All grades: Watch first half of Alice in Wonderland movie

  • Constructive writing “If Alice were here today, what would she find curious?”



  • All grades: watch second half of Alice in Wonderland movie.

  • Grades k-3: Storyboard activity- make a storyboard scene of your favorite scene from the book.

  • Grades 4-5: partner with one or two younger students and assist them with their storyboard scenes


½ DAY

  • Sequencing lesson: Compile Alice storyboards and place youths’ Alice in Wonderland storyboard scenes in order to create one large storyboard for the class.




































PROJECT CALENDAR


project: Alice meets the real world

Start Date: 10/06/2010 - 11/20/2010




MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

PROJECT WEEK FOUR

  • All grades Shout Out: What would Alice do if she fell through the Looking Glass into Philadelphia?

  • Students will create their own “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards using stories and pictures from local newspapers, and including Philadelphia landmarks, sports teams, neighborhoods, etc.







  • All grades: Continue work on “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards

  • All grades: finalize “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards, including descriptions for each scene

  • Preparation for Tea Party:

Making decks of cards





PROJECT WEEK FIVE
  • Youth will use “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards and choose a scene to act out at the Mad Hatter Tea Party. Begin rehearsing scenes.





  • Preparation for Tea Party: Decorate Tea Cups

  • Etiquette Lesson

  • Rehearse “Alice in Philadelphia” scenes




  • Preparation for Tea Party: Make Silly Hats & Masks for skits/scenes

  • Etiquette Lesson

  • Rehearse “Alice in Philadelphia” scenes




PROJECT WEEK SIX


  • Philly Mad Hatter Tea Party

  • Presentation of group Alice in Wonderland storyboard and individual “Alice in Philadelphia” storyboards

  • Youth act out scenes from “Alice in Philadelphia”

  • Rubric

  • Debriefing









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