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Students study the procedures for writing a fiction or nonfiction book or a magazine. They choose a topic they are interested in and then plan and write either a book or a magazine about that topic.
For this parts of a book worksheet, 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 title page worksheet, students read information about the title page and copy the titles and authors from books on the blank title pages on the worksheet. Students copy two titles and authors.
Following a reading of Frogs by Gail Gibbons, young scientists write about one fact they learned from the reading to include in a class book about frog facts. Class members illustrate their sentences and add a title page and a table of contents. Learners also practice categorization skills by dividing the class book into sections and deciding which facts belong in each section. After laminating and binding, the book becomes part of the classroom library. 
Pupils learn to use prediction to think more deeply about literature. In this reading comprehension lesson, students chart predictions in order to more fully understand text.
Read and discuss a variety of books by different authors and have your class create their own book. They will identify the different parts of a book, then using a story they have already written, they enter their story and information into a story template, dedication page template, and author biography page template.
Students identify the correct way to read a book. In this book lesson, students use a Thanksgiving book to demonstrate the proper way to hold and read a book.  Students also practice beginning consonant sounds.
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.
A great way to publish students' stories is by having them create a picture book using Pages. This simple instructional activity has them take a short story they have written and create a book with a title page and dedication. After they have printed out their stories, they draw illustrations.  
Students analyze the components of a book to use it as a model for the creation of their own book. The title, author, illustrator, front cover, back cover, dedication page, and author are examined in this lesson.
Each day students participate in a different activity in the library. They listen to parts of "How a Book is Made," by Aliki. They discuss how a book looks as it coms off the press, how the spine information helps to locate books in the library and the parts of a book. Students create a cover for a book. They learn to use the districts online public access catalog, and complete pages for an alphabet book.
Students learn skills for evaluating information they retrieve from searching book catalogs, article indexes and Web search tools. They evaluate print and Web materials that they have collected for a specific topic. Use before a research report!
Fourth graders practice opening templates and using Microsoft Word and keyboard functions such as delete and backspace, use mouse and arrows to navigate around page, type title page for their stories, and practice using print function.
Second graders discuss various ways in which landforms change over time. They, in groups, research and create a reference book about landform change including tsunamis, earthquakes, weathering, erosion and volcanic eruptions.
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Grandfather Counts. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Grandfather Counts. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students create a twelve page booklet about a real or imaginary plane trip. They include in their booklets a title page, ten pages of one sentence each using a verb with the correct tense and an ending page. Each students shares the process involved in preparing to travel by plane with their classmates.
Help your middle and high schoolers explore geometric terminology. In this geometry instructional activity, learners use the entire year to create an ABC Geometry book. Young scholars use a list of terms learned in class to create a page for each letter. Students use a rubric to guide their process. 
Third graders author a book about the universe to be shared with a younger audience. After compiling an alphabetic list of words related to the universe, 3rd graders research a definition for each word and put them in book form. Books are illustrated and shared with a class of younger students.
Fourth graders identify and practice a variety of prereading strategies to assess how to ask questions that a new reader might ask about the book, "One Day in the Woods." They skim the book, brainstorm the topic of the book and preview the book before reading.

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