Lessons for Genres

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  • Speculation, Spoilers and Sequels: Making Inferences to Predict What Happens Next - … do you need to understand about the conventions of whatever genre you are reading? For instance, how might the "rules" of … emulate the writer's style and the conventions of the genre. As they record inferences, encourage them also to take note …
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  • What 'Connected Education' Looks Like: 28 Examples From Teachers All Over - … 's blog responses; and got much-needed resources for multi-genre isearch papers from @gregkulowiec and @shawnmccusker. Larry Ferlazzo | Luther Burbank … ? Have you ever asked your students to do a multi-genre research project? Want to? To find answers to any of …
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  • Multiple-Path Stories for English Students - … partners again and talk about your conversations. 5. GENRES: Rank these book genres and share your rankings with your partner. Put the …
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  • Connecting Families through Folk Stories and Fairy Tales - … Familiarize students with the elements of the fairy tale/folktale genre Materials: Fairy tales and folk stories from various cultures, including … six panels Preparation: Familiarize students with the fairy tale/folktale genre by reading and comparing stories from around the world Identify …
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  • 30 Million People Invited to Read Books - … e-BOOK See a sample 5. GENRES: Rank these with your partner. Put the best literary genres at the top. Change partners …
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  • Writing Movie Reviews: Lights, Camera, Publish! - … (e.g., spelling and punctuation), media techniques, figurative language, and genre to create, critique, and discuss print. Directions Step 1: Lights … with some popcorn. In the process, categorize movies by their genre during presentations. Print and publish your movie reviews in your …
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  • Bookshelf Bests: Once Upon a Fairy Tale (Grades K -5) - … a spell. For creative inspiration on teaching about this literary genre, check out Scholastic's Myths, Folktales, and Fairytales Internet Project … Hathaway. Use this lesson plan to discuss the fairy tale genre and compare/contrast Ella Enchanted to traditional Cinderellas and/or …
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  • 4 Support and elaboration - … the key to developing support and elaboration in the expository genres - informational, critical, and argumentative writing. While writers of narratives can … and inner resources to develop their writing, writers of expository genres have to look outside themselves for the information they need …
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  • An Educator's Guide to I Survived by Lauren Tarshis - … . Display the posters on the classroom walls. Compare and Contrast Genres (RL.5) A great way to increase comprehension is to … personal experience, distributed at 30%, 35%, and 35%, respectively. Each genre of writing requires the use of textual evidence. Persuasive/Argument …
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  • Exploring the Genre of Review Writing - … , movies, and books. Having your students study and evaluate the genre of written reviews at the beginning of the year is … (e.g., spelling and punctuation), media techniques, figurative language, and genre to create, critique, and discuss print. -NCTE standards Students conduct …
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