Book Review Project: Improving Student Writing with Digital Photography

Grade Levels
3rd, 4th, 5th
Common Core Standards
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This amazing project is a great way to help you improve student writing, meet Common Core writing standards, and integrate technology. Research shows that English language learners have more success when many visuals are included. The effect is even more powerful when students create those visuals themselves. You'll find that this lesson will be extremely successful with all your students- not just your ELLs!

This project guides students to review a book in writing, then create a video of their review. The video reviews can then be attached to books in the classroom library thorough Aurasma or the use of QR codes.

This amazing packet includes:
-Lesson Plan for 3rd-5th grade (1 each)
-Differentiated Book Review Organizers (3 levels of differentiation)
-Brainstorming Organizer
-Peer and Self Editing Checklist
-Student-Friendly WIDA Writing Rubric
-Content Assessment Rubric
-Expanded Strand based on WIDA to show differentiation and language expectations for ELLs at each language level

Any claims of alignment to WIDA or the CCSS are solely those of Tools for Teachers by Laurah J. and have not been evaluated or endorsed by WIDA or the NGA.
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Book Review Project: Improving Student Writing with Digita
Book Review Project: Improving Student Writing with Digita
Book Review Project: Improving Student Writing with Digita
Book Review Project: Improving Student Writing with Digita