Arthur's New Puppy Directed Reading Lesson (Elementary, Reading/Writing)
Students listen and take part as teacher and classmates give a definition and examples of responsibility, then brainstorm what Arthur needs to do to prepare for his puppy's arrival. The story be read as a total group and then talked about.
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