Lessons for Famous Books

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  • ECB: Education Wisconsin Studies Page - … archeological history and famous discoveries To have students become familiar with and understand archeological terms. Materials Overhead projector Books: Archaeology by Dennis … Walking With Grandfather: "The Arrival" (15 minutes) Book A Mishomis Book: A History Coloring Book of the Ojibway Indians Procedure 1. View video … example of Native American storytelling 3. Share the book, A Mishomi Book: A History Coloring Book of the Ojibway Indians 4. Divide students …
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  • Little Bill the Producer! - … . Describe how they acted as producers upon completion of their books. INTRODUCTION In this lesson, students will be identifying producers of … Bill and Alice the Great produced a book. Since most kids make things like books and colored pages, they will be able … to introduce the students to being a producer of books about other famous people you are studying. To start the lesson, show … . www.nickjr.com/home/tonya_lee_on_reading.jhtml They can find the book at www.nickjr.com/home/please_baby_please.jhtml . To find out …
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  • Create a Big Book - … favorite story or an ABC big book. Objectives Students learn about big books. create a big book version of a favorite story or … : Ask students to describe the size of the book. Tell students that big books are books that have large pictures and words. Read … ABC books, then challenge children to create a BIG ABC book on a subject they choose, such as animals, places, or famous people. Students might have fun creating an ABC big book
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  • The Jobs People Do - … purchased separately. A quiet Reading Center may include books such as the annotated books recommended in the Resources Section of this unit … book. Discuss the purpose of each part of the book. Ask students if they can predict what the book is about. Read the book … to make a house into a home or be a famous doctor. Work Tools Center On a table, place a variety … pride in helping with "grown-up" work in this book from My World Books series. Rylant, Cynthia. Mr. Griggs' Work. Illustrated by …
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  • Features of print - … research: Encyclopedia research skills will be taught using biographies of famous people. This is one lesson in a collaborative unit taught … whole title and tell what this book is about? (Students read Growl! A Book About Bears "This book is organized a little differently … familiarity with a variety of texts (storybooks, short chapter books, newspapers, telephone books, and everyday print such as signs and labels, poems …
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  • How to identify search terms in an index - … research: Encyclopedia research skills will be taught using biographies of famous people. This is one lesson in a collaborative unit taught … Overhead projector (or some other device to project pages from books) Pre-activities The teacher will model for the students how … search terms in an index. Remember this section of the book helps you find information for research." Why: "Identifying search terms … for where to find it within the book." How: "Today we will use a book with a more complex index to practice …
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  • Critical thinking and art with The Snowy Day - … , and collage. They will look at prints of clowns from famous artists You can even dress as a clown if you … Show the students the Caldecott award-winning book, The Snowy Day . Explain that this book won a special award for its illustrations … what they think this book's illustrations will include to be an award-winning book. What should the book include by thinking of its title? Read the book, allowing the students to …
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  • Colors of the Rainbow - … Bryan. If possible, play the recording made famous by Louis Armstrong while sharing the book. Talk to the children about the illustrations … thing?] To do this, consult page 12 in the resource book Picture Books Plus (listed below). For crayon scratching, provide fat crayons … . HarperCollins, 1995. Walsh, Ellen Stoll. Mouse Paint. Harcourt, 1989. Instructional Books Brashears, Deya. Dribble Drabble: Art Experiences For Young Children. Gryphon …
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  • Drawing on History - … students the same color) -resources about graphic novels and comic books (reference books, periodicals, computers with Internet access, etc.) Activities / Procedures: 1 … movies. Color is less melodramatic." -"...we decided not to show [famous historical figure] as a beast or inhuman because the [name … .teachingcomics.org/) offers resources and support for using comic books and creating comic books. The National Council of Teachers of English (http …
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  • 10 Ways to Celebrate Banned Books Week - … model for an essay about personal experiences reading banned books and thoughts about book banning in general. We also invite you to … collage of book jackets of some of the most famous banned books. Another: Create a map of challenges, to demonstrate that book bans and … librarians to plan a Banned Books Week event - - perhaps a read-a-thon or book festival, featuring banned books, with proceeds to benefit …
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