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Students are asked to create a 3D model of one of the major settings in the book. They are challenged to include as many details as possible, including the time of day and season of the year.
In this activity, students create their own bad day by describing a series of events that go wrong for them. Adventure On The Sea - Set the purpose ask them to predict what the story will be about.
African Proverb Illustration - Students will understand how proverbs are used by different cultures to simplify a philosophical belief or explain a basic life truth.
Anna Karenina Interviews - In this lesson, students create a series of questions to ask a character of their choice.
|Conversations in the cloud||Tybalt and Mercutio represent the dark forces of each family that threaten the peace and undermine the profound love of Romeo and Juliet.|
They use the questions to help them research their character and then write an in-depth newspaper or magazine article about him or her. Applying Analytical Thinking - Introduce new methodologies when reading and analyzing literature.
Aristotle - Students will be able to take this reading and decipher what Aristotle was trying convey about tragedy and how he wrote it. Arthur's Reading Race - Reading and evaluating, giving opinions. Author Study - In this activity, students research an author of their choosing. They create a detailed report about their author's life and his work.
Students are encouraged to use a variety of mediums in their reports.
Book Advertisement - In this lesson, students create a movie trailer-type ad to promote their book. They pick out critical scenes and have classmates act them out.
Students then watch the advertisements and choose one of the books to read. Character Traits in the book Charlotte's Web - Character traits and adjectives taught through literature.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs - In this activity, students imagine what they would like to have fall from the sky every day and describe what happens when too much of it falls at once. Cora Unashamed - Students will discuss and comprehend interpretation questions that involve expanding the elements found in the story.
Creating A Paragraph - Students will work cooperatively together to reconstruct and agree on a proper paragraph, using sentence strips with the correct topic, detail, and concluding sentences.
Eric Carle - This lesson is a basic study of Eric Carle's work. The students study his drawings and stories and look for similarities and differences in the works.
Face on the Milk Carton Characterization - Students will create an "I Am" Poem about their own personal characteristics after exploring qualities from characters in our novel.
Fairy Tales Around the World - The student will be able to summarize three fairytales from other countries and share one of them with the class. Family Traditions and Culture - To provide a context to discuss meaning in written texts by using the background, knowledge, and experience of the students.
Finding the Climax of the Story - In this activity, students chart the progression of a story as it builds to a climax.
They then create a chart showing how the different scenes led up to the climax. Fitting Together - Students will work together as a team to create a puzzle which reflects the input of each student.
Following Text Signposts - Students will be able to identify the purpose for the text feature. Genre Search - In this activity students complete an online scavenger hunt to learn about different genres.
How Greek Mythology Changed Mankind - Teach the class what the people of ancient Greece believe ,the cause of the world and also the cause of man. How I'll Raise Our Reader - To make learning to read fun, and almost secretive, yet just as effective. Inferences "All Summer in a Day" - Analyze the influence of setting on the problem and its resolution.
Introduction to Tall Tales - What is a tall tale? Who are major tall tale characters? Juliek's Last Performance in Night - The learner will demonstrate analysis of Juliek's character by analyzing what he says, does, and acts in his final moments of life through discussion and writing.
Junior Compare and Contrast Paper - An informational research paper that compares and contrasts an event between two different time periods as discussed in class. Learning the Elements of a Plot - Understand internal and external conflict.
Lemony Snicket Electronic Pals - Provide a description of your own feelings on the book. Letters from Rifka - The student will be able to read Letters from Rifka and write a response as Tovah to three of Rifka's letters.
Literature Circle - Writing descriptive questions about chapters.The Power of Love! - A person in love feels stronger, faster, better overall, Love is the power of telepathy the ability to fully understand someone without having to talk to simply understand or relate.
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