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Students create a class alphabet book. In this letter recognition lesson, students use line and color to draw an object whose name begins with a specific letter. Students use adjectives to create a sentence describing the object or animal. Students may use the resource, Plant and Animal Alphabet Coloring Book for inspiration.
Who is Beverly Cleary? Take a picture walk through the book Ribsy. Then, as a class, investigate the unusual text layout before diving into the reading. Several reading activities and questions are provided, as well as a list of vocabulary terms for each chapter. This plan takes you through the book in just 10 days.
Readers build text-analysis skills by working through read and respond activities for the book, Tornado by Betsy Byars. This detailed plan provides worksheets and supports for thorough skill development. Using this resource will make guiding your class through this book a breeze!
What is APA format, and how is it different from MLA format? Dive into the world of APA, investigate how to properly cite resources in-text, and look at a reference list of sources. Intended for higher education, not all of the information is pertinent for middle and high schoolers to learn at this juncture. However, you can cut out certain slides to keep it relevant for your classroom.
The Apple iWork Pages program is utilized to transfer written storyboards into digital format. Eventually, pupils publish their final photo journals. This fine lesson teaches many real-life skills such as: word processing, desktop publishing, editing text, inserting photos, and creating pleasing publications. Excellent 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.
Help readers explore initial letter sounds. They will choose a letter of the alphabet and create a page for a classroom "ABC" book. They will write down various words that begin with their assigned letter and draw a picture to go in the class book. Furthermore, the book can be created in a digital format so that every family can have a copy. Various digital tools are recommended.
Students compare two media sources of the same story. In this literature/visual arts lesson, students discuss the similarities and differences between the book and video version of Abiyoyo. Students dissect the features contained within both sources, and use these findings to create a storyboard.
Explore birds! Youngsters color bird pictures and choose one type to research. Using books and the Internet, they compile information and write paragraphs in a PowerPoint slide, including a picture of their bird. Then, they voice record their paragraphs onto the computer. Their finished product is presented to the class as a slide show.
A great way to publish students' stories is by having them create a picture book using Pages. This simple 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.
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. They identify items such as the title, the copyright date, and the publisher.