Make it a qcommunity effortq in your classroom to discover primary sources related to various jobs within the community as well as activities to help teach important fluency strategies. While learning about people and their occupations, students make content-area connections, develop fluent and meaningful oral reading, and develop vocabulary and word decoding skills. Included with each text is a history connection, a vocabulary connection, and extension ideas. A Teacher Resource CD is included containing the primary source photographs shown throughout the book. This resource is aligned to the interdisciplinary themes from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. 176pp.... include Presidentsa#39; Day, the beginning of spring, Mothera#39;s Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, the first day of summer, Fathera#39;s Day, ... Rather than holding your own assembly, work with other teachers to hold a Poetry Celebration during which students read poetry. ... Because readera#39;s theater minimizes the use of props, sets, costumes, and memorization, it is an easy way to present a aplaya in the classroom.
|Title||:||Primary Source Fluency Activities: My Community Then and Now|
|Author||:||Christi E. Parker|
|Publisher||:||Teacher Created Materials - 2007-01-23|