Fifty great books for kids to read this summer. (Photo by Scott Anderson/ AP) Here, from Scholastic Instructor, is a list of 50 great books for kids to read over the summer.
The list, which was assembled with the help of teachers and others, offers books that will appeal to students from pre-K through eighth grade.
Children's Literature Book Reviews / FrontPage. RoaldDahlFans.com - Teacher Ideas - "The Boy Who Talked With Animals" Classroom Activities. Teacher Ideas "The Boy Who Talked With Animals" Classroom Activities This exercise was sent in by Frankie Meehan, an ESL Teacher at United World College of SE Asia, Singapore.
If you have any questions, please e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Frankie! NOTE: Any page numbers below refer to A Second Roald Dahl Selection: Eight Short Stories, Longman, 1987. 1. Complete the following crossword, using the clues below. Clues Row 1 We chew with these.Row 2 A liquid mixture of vegetables and perhaps meat, usually hot.Row 3 Flat feet which help some animals to swim. 2. As you read, answer the questions below. In the first 2½ pages there are a number of hints that the island is rather strange. 3. Who said each of the following? Don't ever go up into those mountain forests. 4. Find words on pages 3-4 with the following meanings: creeping up quietly to catch = carefully = noise and excitement = moving in a group = walked with long steps = holding tightly = Literature-in-the-Curriculum - The Giving Tree. Short Stories for Middle School.
Shakespeare. Search for "land" - Wordsmyth Blog. Ak y@ peI sh@n noundefinition 1: a person’s normal way of earning a livelihood; profession.example: Teaching was one of the few occupations open to women at that time.example: He wrote “accountant” as his occupation on the form he was given. definition 2: an activity that someone engages in, particularly as a hobby.example: Bird-watching became her favorite occupation after she retired. definition 3: the act or process of living in or staying in a place.example: The cat’s occupation of the dog’s bed was amusing to everyone but the dog.example: The building is unsafe and unfit for human occupation. definition 4: the act or process of militarily holding or occupying a foreign land, usually after the defeat of its forces.example: The victors of the war began their occupation of the defeated nation after its surrender.
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Great Websites for Kids. Children's Literature - Resources for Teachers. Indicates an Internet resource that in my opinion is particularly valuable.
Bantam Doubleday Dell Teacher's Resource Centre There are biographies of authors, and teaching ideas for several novels (recent ones, like Brian's Winter by Gary Paulsen, and old standbys like The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton). Novels are indexed by grade, theme, and curriculum subject. The BookRead Project and BR_Match (WCU MicroNet) The BookRead project links students and teachers with partner classrooms, and with the authors of books they are reading in the classroom. Ipl2: Information You Can Trust. Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site: BooksInTheClassroom.com. CLWG: Children's Literature Web Guide.
Kate DiCamillo's Picks For Summer Treehouse Reading. Scholastic Press Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer, and that means the tantalizing prospect of having more time for reading stretches ahead of us — long, lazy summer days curled up with a book.
With that in mind, Newbery Award-winning author Kate DiCamillo shared some summer book recommendations for readers ages 8-13 with NPR's Melissa Block. DiCamillo is the author of Because of Winn-Dixie and The Tale of Despereaux, among others, and was recently named the country's national ambassador for young people's literature by the Library of Congress. Teaching Children’s Literature: It’s Critical! Christine Leland is a Professor in the Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education in the Indiana University School of Education at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis.
She teaches courses in psycholinguistics, language education, children’s literature, reading methods, and critical literacy. Her book Creating Critical Classrooms (coauthored with Lewison and Harste, 2008) articulates a theory of critical literacy instruction and provides demonstrations of how critical practices can be enacted in elementary and middle school classrooms. Her interest in issues concerning the education of urban children, critical literacy and teacher education are reflected in her numerous journal articles and presentations. Her international work includes partnerships with universities in Kenya, Indonesia, and China. She has been recognized for teaching excellence a number of times, most recently in 2008 when she received the Frederic Bachman Lieber Memorial Award. Essential Books for Kids and Teens. Read.