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Learning From Wisdom Books


After our class reads about five wisdom books, I divide the class into five groups. I assign one of the books that we've read to each group and they review it with the question, 'What did the author want me to learn from this book?' in mind. The students write down their thoughts. Then, I type their ideas and hang them around the room. The 'wisdom' is written in kid language and everyone has contributed. I find that more students participate in this small group activity than will volunteer to share their thoughts during a large group discussion.

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