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Author Info & Trivia Search
Ms. Atlee begins new language arts units with a research assignment that piques students’ interest and prepare them for their reading. Individual students learn basic research methods, and the whole class ends up with an Author Trivia File.
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Book vs. Movie vs. Mind
A filmmaker’s vision of a book is almost always different than our own. In this activity, Ms. Reiling’s students read a book then compare the movie version with how they imagined it.
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Comparing Poems
Now that some standardized tests have a poetry component, Ms. Robson's school adds a twist to learning about poems. Read about her tip and see if it can work for you!
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Essential Skills
Middle school educator Ms. Auman read a book that changed the way she teaches and grades book reports. Read about the book here, and how she uses it to integrate life skills learning into her curriculum.
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Mythological Characters
Ms. Reis says this is one of her most successful projects for teaching world literature. Her students select one character from Green and Roman mythology. What happens next is why they rated this project "high in personal emjoyment". Read more!
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