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In this book parts worksheet, 5th graders examine the parts of a book including the title page, the copyright page, the table contents, and the glossary. They use the book parts that are shown to answer 15 short answer questions.
In this parts of a book worksheet, learners review the definitions for title page, copyright page, table of contents, and index. Students then use the example pages for a title page, copyright page, and table of contents page to answer the question.
In this parts of a book learning exercise, students review the title page, copyright page, preface, table of contents, glossary, and index. Students respond to 5 short answer questions pertaining to the parts of a book.
In this using parts of a book learning exercise, students review the title page, copyright page, preface, table of contents, glossary, and index. Students respond to 10 short answer questions pertaining to the parts of a book.
In these book parts worksheets, students use the parts of a book to answer the questions. Students answer 15 questions using the title page, index, table of contents, and copyright page.
Sixth graders map out and highlight the important events of their lives on a spreadsheet or poster board. Students prepare an autobiography complete with pictures they have scanned and taken with a digital camera. Students present their portfolios to the class.
Eighth graders examine, brainstorm, cluster, and skim how to use a variety of information resources to assist them in projects or reports. In addition, places to find those information resources as well as the parts of a book is covered in detail: library, encyclopedia, newspaper, almanac, Internet, etc.
Use WebQuest of Nation Parks to research the physical, historical, geographical, and ecological aspects of various National Parks. Pupils use the site to explore the importance and process of creating a bibliography. Instruction is focused on bibliographies for books, magazines, encyclopedia articles, and web pages.
In this parts of a book learning exercise, students read a paragraph and then examine a table of contents page. Students respond to 10 short answer questions regarding the information
Fourth graders review a variety of information resources and identify parts of a book. They practice brainstorming and practice skimming. They review all the research resources that are found in the library.
Fourth graders explore a variety of information resources. They identify the parts of a book and practice skimming. Students use brainstorming skills and produce a list of library resources that could be used.
Fifth graders explore fiction genres. They examine the special features of fiction genres. Students examine various fiction books and determine the genre of each book. They study the genres of mystery, fantasy, science fiction and historical fiction.
In this parts of a book worksheet, learners answer 3 short answer questions after studying a table of contents from a book of folk tales.
What do George Harrison, Vanilla Ice, and Steven Ambrose all have in common? The Warner Brothers’ films Batman Forever and The Devil’s Advocate? All are guilty of plagiarism. And if you are considering a research project and want to impress on your writers the importance of citing sources, then this resource is a must. By introducing the topic with examples from the visual and performing arts, viewers are immediately engaged and sympathetic to the artist’s point of view. The richly detailed packet, containing all the materials needed and links to additional resources, deserves an honored place in your curriculum library.
Gather some information, print it onto sentence strips, and then have your class physically shuffle the cards to better understand the importance of organizational patterns in writing. Middle school learners examine information for a research topic, sort the information they found, and create a thoughtful organizational pattern.
How do you assess what your pupils have learned over the course of the year? Find out how competent they are at reading and analyzing age-level literature with the ideas presented here. Included in this resource are two suggested exercises for practice and two sample quizzes with answer keys. Pick and choose what works for your class!
High schoolers study American citizens, specifically Estelle Ishigo, who were forced to live in relocation centers during World War II. Using primary sources, students describe the internees' experiences during and after internment. They evaluate the implementation of the Executive Order as they explore the themes of tolerance and prejudice. Student describe basic human rights.
This map skills PowerPoint features an interactive states and capitals game. The object of the game is to identify the capital cities of each of the 50 states. The excellent presentation includes United States maps, game directions, and multiple answer choices.
In this review of fourth grade resource usage worksheet students answer questions about guide words, library database, resources for specific information, parts of a book, and dictionary usage. Students answer 10 questions.
Complete research on Pourquoi tales and then lead your students in creating their own. This lesson accompanies another on Pourquoi Tales on our site and deals more with the writing process. Your class will put the tales together in a scrapbook and finally a finished hard copy.

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