3 edition of More than anything else found in the catalog.
Nine-year-old Booker works with his father and brother at the saltworks but dreams of the day when he"ll be able to read.
|Statement||story by Marie Bradby ; pictures by Chris K. Soentpiet|
|Contributions||Soentpiet, Chris K. ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B7175 Mo 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0531094642, 0531087646|
|ISBN 10||9780531094648, 9780531087640|
|LC Control Number||94048804|
An exuberant Booker throws his arms in the air, then settles down to learn how to write his name. So, what problem does this create for him? Now, combine these writing prompts and try to make them one story. As you refer to the model, discuss the learning targets from Unit 2 and how they are evident in this piece of writing. I'll use this information later when I fill out student rubrics for assessment.
The first thing children will notice is every character in this book is an African American, much different from the typical picturebook. If these questions require specific research, invite students to do this or do it yourself to share with students in the next lesson. As students share, capture appropriate responses on the board. Once you have talked about some similarities and differences, students should write their own paragraph, based on the pre-writing activity. Teachers, I visit schools and you can e-mail me. Select a prompt and respond in the front of your independent reading journal.
If so, what do you know about him? I take notes by placing a check mark participatingor a minus not participating next to students names on a class log. Invite the students to read the sentence frames aloud before beginning to reflect. We aren't a district yet, and our computer lab time is limited, so for now, we are completing a paper copy of our rough draft. For ELLs and students who need support with reading: Reassure them that if they don't understand or cannot read the feedback, they will have an opportunity to review it with you during the lesson.
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Explain that in order to get there, More than anything else book will first write a reading contract that describes the reading challenges they face and strategies for overcoming those challenges. My class used it in our computer lab after reading an More than anything else book on the Wright Brothers on Ducksters.
Direct students back to the Mid-Unit 3 Assessment Prompt and focus them on the first criterion: "Introduce the book and the author. Some students may have more in common with the main character than others, but a classroom activity will get students started in the right direction.
While students are taking the assessment, circulate to monitor their test-taking skills. This student can serve as a model and a mentor. Marie and I finally met for the first time at the International Reading Association's conference where we both received an IRA Book Award for our contribution to this book.
Annotate, illustrate, and label the model paragraph. For example, we had to collaborate together when choosing the materials for this biography research unit. For ELLs and students who may need additional support with reading: Read the questions they recorded at the beginning of the lesson aloud and allow additional wait time for students to think of answers and additional questions.
Students must be silent when they do this, though. Why would his whole community look up to him just for learning to read?
Display student-created examples of the performance task and some of the work students will complete. Point out that there can often be more than one message or lesson. Reading: As you read and show the illustrations have the students look closely at the drawings.
For ELLs: Create heterogeneous language proficiency triads. They're in your head, in the grass, in the leftovers you had three days ago that no one has gotten around to tossing in the garbage.
Focus whole group. Allocate the End of Unit 3 Assessment excerpts for Rain School according to the reading ability of each child, and ask students with the same More than anything else book to sit together at a table or in a specific area of the room.
Remind them that finding the gist is one of the first things they do with a text to figure out what the text is mostly about. Find the Kanawha River hint: West Virginia. You can even draw attention to the fact that this is a present we might give a three-year-old child.
Remind students that sometimes people make connections between stories and things from their own lives, or stories they have heard from their families and that this can be upsetting, so they need to remember to practice respect, empathy, and compassion.
Table of Contents More than anything else book says, "I want to learn to read. Reading Aloud: More Than Anything Else 15 minutes Tell students that they are going to begin this work on overcoming More than anything else book challenges by hearing about a boy who had reading challenges and overcame those challenges despite being in a challenging situation.
After graduation from Hampton University, she worked as a journalist for newspapers and magazines. Additionally, consider providing an audio recording of the text for students to listen to. Once you have talked about some similarities and differences, students should write their own paragraph, based on the pre-writing activity.
Guide students through the Thumb-O-Meter protocol using the learning targets.This book is part of the Read for Success collection.
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