Parts of a Book Teacher Resources
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Identifying Text Features of a Self-Written Fable
Make learning the parts of a book fun by having pupils construct their own glossary entries, table of contents, and title page. Beginning with a review of text features and a hunt for examples, kids use previously written fables to create a title and glossary entry that is then included in a class anthology of fables.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 4 Views 198 Downloads
New Review Mummies in the Morning
Visit the Magic Treehouse and take your class on a trip through time with a reading of the children's book Mummies in the Morning. Using the story to spark an investigation into Egyptian culture, this literature unit engages children with a wide variety of fun activities and projects.
3 mins 1st - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 1 Download CCSS: Adaptable
What Are the Parts of a Book?
Third graders explore and analyze the particular parts of a book and the information included in each part. They view how the fiction section is organized in the school library and participate in creative writings and various oral presentations.
3rd Language Arts 13 Views 31 Downloads
Parts of a Book
Second graders learn to identify the parts of a book. In this book parts lesson, 2nd graders learn the names of book parts by participating in a teacher led lesson in which they look at transparencies. They complete a worksheet in which they fill in the blanks using a non-fiction or textbook.
2nd Language Arts 22 Views 63 Downloads
Catching the Sun: Tales from Asia
Explore the folklore of Asia and the South Pacific with this language arts lesson series. Complementing a reading of Catching the Sun: Tales from Asia by Jan M. Mike, this resource supports learners with understanding cause and effect relationships and identifying the moral or theme in each of the book's four stories.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 39 Views 29 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
We Are All Related: A Bookmaking Activity
Use We Are All Related by George Littlechild, as a pattern for a class book about family elders. After asking a relative to fill in the appropriate sections of The Elders Speak worksheet, class members fill in the rest of the outline.
3rd Language Arts 3 Views 25 Downloads
Publishing a Book Report Using Word Processing
Give your book report that extra pizzaz by typing it! After kids write a book report by hand, have them publish a final copy of a book report using word processing software. They view the How To Write a Book Report website, follow step-by-step directions to type in their book report, and publish a final copy.
2nd Language Arts 16 Views 32 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Parts of a Book Synopsis
A model based on The Torch Runner, by Dina Anastasio, headlines a two-page worksheet focused on writing a synopsis. Class members located the title of the book, the main idea, and the conclusion of the synopsis on the model, and then use the provided graphic organizer to craft one of their own.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 59 Downloads
My Community Book
Young learners examine different places in their neighborhood using informational texts. First they identify a place that they like to play and predict if it will be in the nonfiction book Community at Play.They will share their favorite place and their prediction with a partner before listening to the story.
K - 3rd Language Arts 18 Views 326 Downloads
Introduce: Cause and Effect
Introduce beginning readers to cause and effect in a story by exploring it together. Learners make predictions about a book based on its cover, title, and a brief flip through the pages. They listen to an explanation of cause and effect before applying these ideas to a book you read together.
K - 3rd Language Arts 46 Views 147 Downloads
Text Features of Fiction, Poetry, Drama: Story Matrix
How do novels differ from plays? Explore with your class the text features of fiction and drama by reading The Hidden One: Native American Legend and then performing a reader’s theater script based on the story. Class members create a story map outlining characters, setting, and major events in the book.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 6 Views 418 Downloads
Non-Fiction Text Features
Distinguish between textual features of non-fiction in the book The Lewis and Clark Expedition and in the non-fiction story "Ta-Na-e-Ka." Third graders create posters and participate in group discussions to show their understanding of features such as headings, glossaries, charts, captions, and maps.
3rd Language Arts 3 Views 273 Downloads
Cathryn Falwell Books
Learn more about making texture prints with a variety of objects. Young illustrators are introduced to Turtle Splash! and Scoot! in order to examine the collage illustrations. They create their own illustrations by making paint prints of leaves and other everyday objects.
Pre-K - 2nd Language Arts 3 Views 0 Downloads
Discussing Nonfiction and Fiction Text Features
Scholars compare and contrast nonfiction and fiction text features. They define and identify nonfiction text features such as glossary, table of contents, charts, bold words, and headings. Then they read nonfiction independently to orally share the text feature they found helpful.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 19 Views 418 Downloads