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    Lesson Three:
    Need a story about writing a book for this lesson......
    Possible history connection
    Marguerite Makes a Book by Bruce Robertson (Author), Kathryn Hewitt (Illustrator)

    Lesson Four
    : Alphabet cards, several large 'books' with library labels on them
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Friday, August 15

  1. page Utopian and Dystopian Science Fiction edited Utopian/Dystopian Science Fiction Novels Lesson Plan Title: The perfect world? Concept / Topi…

    Utopian/Dystopian Science Fiction Novels
    Lesson Plan Title: The perfect world?
    Concept / Topic To Teach: Genre
    Standards Addressed:
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    Anticipatory Set (Lead-In):
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    Utopian/Dystopian Science Fiction Novels
    Lesson Plan Title: The perfect world?
    Concept / Topic To Teach: Genre
    Standards Addressed:
    General Goal(s):
    Specific Objectives:
    Required Materials:
    Anticipatory Set (Lead-In):
    Step-By-Step Procedures:
    Plan For Independent Practice:
    Closure (Reflect Anticipatory Set):
    Assessment Based On Objectives:
    Adaptations (For Students With Learning Disabilities):
    Extensions (For Gifted Students):
    Possible Connections To Other Subjects:

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    David Wiesner Books
    Dr. Seuss-Read Across America Day
    Utopian/Dystopian Science Fiction
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Wednesday, July 16

  1. page Resources edited Resources Specialty Book Publishers Kane Miller Specializing in children's books from around …

    Resources
    Specialty Book Publishers
    Kane Miller
    Specializing in children's books from around the world
    Main Site Kid Lit Blog
    Inexpensive Books
    Book Depot

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Sunday, March 30

  1. page orientation-early childhood edited Lesson Topic: Library Orientation-Early Childhood (grades k-1) Length: Two or three Five twenty…
    Lesson Topic: Library Orientation-Early Childhood (grades k-1)
    Length: Two or threeFive twenty-minute lessons
    Lesson One:
    Materials: Any type of collection you may keep as a hobby (ie., stamps, baseball cards, rocks etc.,)
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    animal cards, . (These cards
    Sponge Activity: Have the collection you brought in displayed when students come in for class. Explain that many people collect things that they like. Tell a little about your collection including why you chose the objects to collect. (this is also a fun time to let the kids know a little about you)
    Ask: Does anyone here have a collection of anything? (or know someone who does?) How do you decide what to put in your collection? Guide the students to the idea that usually items in a collection have something in common (ie., they are all objects you think are pretty, they are all rocks, the baseball cards represent members of your favorite team) To illustrate this idea, use one of the sets of grouping cards to make a 'collection' (You could also do this with actual objects if you wanted to) Show and describe how you decide what to put in the collection or have students come up and choose an object to add to the collection.
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    Use the books you have chosen to talk about the individual collections in the library.
    Could also show pictures of library books sorted by color or by size (but might confuse younger kids?)
    Lesson Three: Need
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    a story
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    Lesson Four:Four
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    Alphabet cards,
    We know that the books in our library are in groups called collections. If we're looking for a specific book, how do you think we could find it? What do you know about the book you want? (I know I want a book about.....) Remember last week, we talked about the person who writes the words in a book? Who remembers what that person is called? (Author) In lots of libraries, the name of the author helps us decide where to put the book.
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