Students who have mastered the study of the elements of fiction can now put their own ideas on the page as they create their own Children's Book. The project can be as detailed or brief as works for the teacher, but it is a great culmination
As students dive into texts, they want to make notes about what they understand, question, or need more information about. This quick guide is a great introduction to annotating and gives students the structure AND freedom to meaningfully mark up a
Students who are given choice in what to read genuinely get more invested in their reading. This ppt walks students through a "draft" for different titles as chosen by the teacher. It is a fun, exciting, and interactive way to provide students
Using knowledge of literary elements, students will analyze the book from the perspective of book critics. They will look for how the author explained their theme, made the lessons relevant for children, used elements of fiction to tell the story,
Review Figurative Language using pop songs and quotes. If you can play Bingo, you can review Figurative Language! You can add new quotes and pieces as needed, but student should have lots of fun reviewing terms from poetry.