Step 3: Complete the assignment below.
Read: One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference (this book can also be found at your local library)
Before reading, ask the student to tell you what they think the book is about based on the cover.
Read a few pages. Have the student write down the challenge the character faces – an incident, problem, conflict, situation
Have the student write down other questions during the reading
Ask inferential questions: How would you feel if you were ___?
Imagine you were ___, how would you handle this situation?
How did ____ make a difference?
What were the challenges ____ faced?
What personal strengths did ____have?
How do the challenges faced by this character compare to ones you have faced?
Step 4: Review. Start the next lesson with the game or activity attached below for review so the student can demonstrate
understanding of this lesson before moving forward.
Art (offline) activity
Create a collage of pictures and student-created text about a character in the book they read who made a difference.
Make a collage about yourself that shows your personal strengths and ways you might use these to make a difference.