The Emperor's New Clothes Teacher Resources
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Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book The Emperor's New Clothes. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Fifth graders are introduced to opera, its vocabulary, definitions and are given an opportunity to listen to an opera sung by children. They identify phrases and events in the story, "The Emperor's New Clothes." Each student creates a movement to go along with a phrase or event from the story.
Students read The Emperor's New Clothes. In this language arts lesson, students reconstruct the story. Students play a game to recall words they heard in the story. Students discuss how the story might end.
In this comprehension worksheet, students answer short answer and discussion questions for the story The Emperor's New Clothes. Students complete 14 questions.
In this using stories in the classroom instructional activity, 7th graders read the Emperor's New Clothes, find 8 vocabulary words, write 3 short answer endings for the story and write 10 questions for the given answers.
Young scholars analyze the works and themes in fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen. In this fairy tale lesson plan, students read and analyze the stories of Hans Christian Andersen with a focus on their characters and themes. Young scholars read The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Little Match Girl, and The Darning Needle. Students select their favorite character and make an illustration of them.
Here is a lesson designed to be an ongoing task for the entire year. Each day of the week, learners must perform research to answer a simple historical question. This particular lesson covers the month of April, but the template presented could be reproduced for each month of the school year. There is an answer key provided.
Students study the 19th century author who created wonderful tales, and hear and read the original texts of several of his stories. The colorful characters, strong emotions, and engaging language of Andersen's tales offer rich experiences for them.
Because Introverted Intuitive pupils focus on the future versus what’s happening now, they may cast a whole new light on topics you delve into with your class.
Students examine famous monarch portraits and costume books, create a design for the emperor, examine fabric samples and choose a type and color for their costume. They sketch the costume and present it in a class fashion show.
Young scholars examine the life of Hans Christian Anderson and read the original text of several of his stories. They explore various websites, identify character traits, participate in a skit, write a book review, and create a mock ad for invisible clothing.
In this online/interactive worksheet, students choose an idiom to replace the expressions in parenthesis. Students write 15 multiple choice answers.
In this math worksheet, students complete simple math concepts based on the nursery rhymes they hear such as Baa Baa Black Sheep, Jack and the Beanstock, and more. Students complete patterns, addition, and other concepts for 13 nursery rhymes.
Second graders examine the classics of, The Emperor's New Clothes, Peter Pan, and Liang and the Magic Paintbrush. They listen to segments from each piece of literature, trace their shadows, describe themselves, and create picture dictionaries.
In these Tales from Hans Anderson activity worksheets, students complete a series of reading comprehension questions to assess their understanding of the text.
For this idioms beginning with "E" worksheet, students choose an idiom beginning with "e" to replace the given expression, with answers available.
Students investigate the Turner Prize. In this visual arts lesson, students visit selected Web sites to research the visual arts award and its recipients. Students compare and contrast pieces of art their instructor shares with them.
Students consider the impact of globalization on community colleges. For this education lesson, students establish collaborative relationships with students in other schools within the world to compare the reaches of global initiatives. Students read the linked articles about globalization and its implications for community colleges. Students compose essays about their findings and make classroom presentations as well.
Young scholars read or listen to Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, identify elements of fiction, develop writing, thinking, and organizing skills, and create PowerPoint slides based on the story.
Students will use these lessons to learn different concepts and increase literacy in general. This is really a list of different curriculum activities that are mapped throughout a single school year.