Lessons for Famous Books

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  • Trading Faces (Famous Missourians) - … /Pens 3x5 Notecards, unlined Internet Access Print Resources (ie. Encyclopedias, books) Prep for Teacher: The teacher should ? ? ? copy the appropriate number … : Where He/She Is Buried: Contribution (Why He/She is Famous): Famous Missourian #2 Name: Date of Birth: Date of Death: Where … : Where He/She Is Buried: Contribution (Why He/She is Famous): Famous Missourian #4 Name: Date of Birth: Date of Death: Where …
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  • Strategy lesson: KWL - Strategy lesson: KWL This lesson activates students' prior knowledge about famous North Carolinians and helps them organize thoughts and questions before … charts become active learners as they purposefully seek information about famous people from North Carolina. Teacher planning Time required for lesson … , including: fiction (legends, novels, folklore, science fiction). nonfiction (autobiographies, informational books, diaries, journals). poetry (concrete, haiku). drama (skits, plays). Information Skills …
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  • History of Famous Women - … , writing, and writing of book reports. TIME: 3 or 4 Class Periods MATERIALS: There are numerous books about famous women in libraries. Some … -visual materials on Famous Women. Students will review this listing and discuss why they have selected a particular book. 2. Students will … for the book report. HINTS: Remember, March is "Women s History Month." It is also important to balance famous women with famous men …
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  • 101 Ielts Speaking Part Two Tasks About People, Places, Actions, Things and Times - … a famous person you have met or know about You should say: - How famous that person is - Why that person is famous - What … explain something about the history of the place Describe a famous natural feature that you have seen or know about: You … they enjoyed that present or not, and why Describe a famous food from your hometown or country. You should say: - What … without it or not, and why Talk about an English book you have read or used. You should say: - How you …
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  • Helen Keller - A Light in the Face of Darkness - … known for? (Allow discussion.) Say: This is Helen Keller, a famous American who overcame her disabilities to help anyone who was … of Darkness Cross-Curricular Extensions Reading: http://www.educationalsynthesis.org/books/History/Helen.html -- This page creates an adventure story starring … prepare a PowerPoint presentation on Helen Keller or on another Famous American of choice. Use this project as a culmination for …
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  • States Research Project - … by: Students interpret and analyze information form textbooks and nonfiction books for young adults, as well as reference materials, audio and … credit for having the titled slide Famous person from the state What is the person famous for Give some basic background about … education system set up 5. People Famous person from the state What is the person famous for Give some basic background about …
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  • People in Our Past - … . Initiating Activities: • Teacher will come dressed to class as a famous person from Massachusetts and will know enough about that person … complete, ask the students to draw a portrait of their famous person (see attached example). Extension Activities: Have students create a … . Create a class fact book of all the famous people researched in Chapter 8, including pictures of each famous person. Saugus Historical Society …
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  • Famous Classmates! - … : Step 1: Read Judy Moody Gets Famous! Step 2: Discuss what the word "famous" means. Write famous peoples name on chart paper at whole group time. Step 3: On chart paper write famous people as … . Step 5: Discuss how the children are Famous First Graders. They may be "famous" for something like being a good skipper, writer … is: Students will: 1.Listen to books. 2.List famous people. 3.Write how they are famous. 4.Plan for an interview. 5 …
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  • President's Day for Special Education/Early Elementary - … Working Together in Family and Community 11. Identify symbols, customs, famous individuals, and celebrations representative of our state and nation. (Alabama … Washington, construction paper, glue, scissors, stapler for pop-up books and pocket books, a variety of activity sheets (word search, puzzles, color … and Working Together in Family and Community11. Identify symbols, customs, famous individuals, and celebrations representative of our state and nation. (Alabama …
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  • Pt3 Lesson Plan Format - … Virginia. Overview of Lesson Fourth grade students created a book on famous Americans using the previously typed and edited paragraphs written cooperatively … the biography of their famous American. 3. print the completed page, which will be bound into a book for classroom use. Prerequisite … were bound into a class book. Evaluation The lesson was evaluated using the completed famous Americans biography book chosen by the student. Criteria …
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