How to Find Theme

How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
How to Find Theme
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
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Teach students how to analyze theme using an easy, step-by-step method with children's books! Students will think of theme topics, find text evidence, and write thematic statements. I include a model for "The Dot" by Peter H. Reynolds to get you started.

Why this works: Students have an easy-to-understand reference which explains how to arrive at theme. By watching the teacher practice with a children’s book, students visually see the steps involved in arriving at theme and have a self-made sample to use in the future.

This method can be used in elementary through high school because you model with a children's book before you change the level of text complexity to fit your students' reading levels.

With this purchase, you will get
• a complete set of teacher instructions
• a sample assignment for "The Dot" by Peter H. Reynolds to guide you
• a blank graphic organizer for students to practice on
• a student handout for use with future short stories or novels

STAAR and Common Core aligned.

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Summary/Main Idea/Theme - What's the difference?
Total Pages
6 pages
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