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Teach Writing to Older Readers Using Picture Books: Every Picture Tells a Story

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Utilize the unique style of picture books to create instructionally sound, standards-based lessons

Improve students' writing and literacy skills in grades 5-9

Fun and effective strategies teach the basic literary elements of character, point of view, setting, plot, style, and theme, and the activities are aligned with NCTE standards"
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Linworth Publishing (first published December 31st 2004)
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Deborah
Nov 05, 2010 Deborah rated it liked it
"Older Readers" is probably middle school or junior high. Most of the activities seem a little young for high school. And the focus is on story writing, so there are chapters on plot, character, setting, etc. Good lists of books and okay activities that I think younger secondary students would like.
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