Lessons for Authors

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  • Scaling Back to Essentials: Scaffolding Summarization With Fishbone Mapping - … lessons: To identify main ideas that are important to the author of a text by recognizing repeated references To make connections … gorillas for food.) This is a repeated reference since the author names hunting as a problem in both paragraphs. Explain that when authors carefully convey a cause-effect relationship, they often repeat the … repeated reference signals that an idea is important to the author. The repeated idea will be important to include in a …
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  • Tracking the Ways Writers Develop Heroes and Villains - … presentations that share their character analyses. draw conclusions about how authors develop characters. back to top Session One Review the Three … class, asking them to focus on the details that the author communicates about the character Voldemort. With students, work though the … the exploration full circle by having students create Character and Author Business Cards for the characters that communicate the kind of …
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  • Zines for Kids: Multigenre Texts About Media Icons - … Comics (dialogue with graphics) Session 8: Autobiography Writing (about the author) Session 9: Zine Cover Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES … to create biography pages about the students themselves ("About the Author" pages). Note that the page created by the tool contains … folders. back to top Session 8: Autobiography Writing (about the author) 1. Explain to students that in this session they will …
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  • Animal Report - … front cover, title page, table of contents, reference page and author's page. You must have at least one page with … , colorful illustration. You also need to include the title and author and illustrator's name. 7. After you design your cover … . Research Report complete with Cover, Title Page, Table of Contents, Author's Page, caption page, label page, map and comparison The … a cover, title page, table of contents, reference page and author's page. You have included a caption page, label page …
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  • I Am An Author - … explain to the students that we are going to become authors. Each child will be given a chance to be the … sure will probably do a good job for the beginning author.) A three ring binder that contains a letter about the … child bringing this bag home has been chosen to be author of the week. With his family and not alone, he … week. At the end of the year, we have an author's party to celebrate our journey into the world of …
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  • The Big Bad Salamander and the Three Little Pigs Play - … Salamander and the Three Little Pigs Reader's Theatre Characters: Author, Scientist, Big Bad Salamander, Baby Pig, Big Pig, Old Pig, & Narrator Author: Once upon a time there were three little pigs: baby … all their money, and then eat them! (Everyone: "Oh NO!") Author: So the big bad salamander strolled over to baby pig … ate big pig. Big Bad Salamander: MMMMMMM......tastes like chicken. Author: Next, the big bad salamander went to see old pig …
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  • Creating an AuthorCard - … can create AuthorCards, cards that are reminiscent of the old Authors' card game with a few unique additions. These cards could … (if the author has died) and find a photograph of the author. The Bibliographer will find what other books the author has written … ," you should choose a size such as 16 for the author and the title of the book. For the birth and … low will distort the words. # Find a photo of the author if you can, and insert and re-size it to …
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  • "Classrooms That Work, chapter 2 mailring discussion" - … about chapter two classrooms? >> Real Writing - We write letters to authors, pen pals, parents, friends - anyone who will read our letters … *********************************************************** deb wrote: In the very beginning of chapter two, the author encourages us to ask ourselves, "How much time will the … unusually difficult"). In the preface to the new edition the authors state that they attempted to preserve the best of the …
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  • True Green Kids: 100 Things You Can Do... - … by a listening session with a taped interview with the authors. As part of the Assessment, students then write letters/e-mails to the authors telling them about their own Green Corps Kiosks. If a … and why she included the activities she did. Discuss the author's motivations for the book and her research methods. Students … write two questions he or she wants to ask the author in the letter each writes for the Assessment. Assessment To …
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  • Style and Voice - … class volunteers read, excerpts from a variety of works whose authors have fairly distinct writing styles [See examples at the end … from other works by the same authors and have students match the excerpt to the author based on the previously identified characteristics … examples of writing techniques from each excerpt that characterize the author's style/voice. Experimenting with Style Now students can experiment …
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