Joanne Warner

Joanne Warner

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Character Traits

Bubble Map : Character Traits- love this idea for teaching character traits- students could work in groups with the main character of book to create a character web for the class

Teaching plot with picture books. A shared reading lesson that includes a free printable story map.

Teaching plot with picture books. A shared reading lesson that includes a free printable story map. Notes: Change "Big Idea" to Theme, add protagonist and antagonist, edit "Characters" to say Major and Minor.

Interactive read aloud with webinar replay. How can you teach for deep comprehension? Reading comprehension is taught through an interactive read aloud.

Interactive read aloud with webinar replay. How can you teach for deep comprehension? Reading comprehension is taught through an interactive read aloud.

Read alouds for problem/solution and cause/effect.

Teach Your Child To Read - These books are some of my favorite read aloud texts and lessons for teaching problem and solution and cause and effect. Head on over to the post for some ideas on how to use each book! - Teach Your Child To Read

Want to make your interactive read alouds more interactive? Here are some ways to get your students to engage and interact with one another.

IRA Want to make your interactive read alouds more interactive? Here are some ways to get your students to engage and interact with one another.

Ivan:  The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla literature unit is easy to use and fun for students.  It contains a flip book and many additional fun activities that align with the common core to save you planning and teaching time.  Check out this heartbreaking, yet touching narrative nonfiction picture book and share it with your students!

Ivan The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla by Katherine Applegate is a narrative non-fiction picture book. With a variety of literacy activities and a flip book, this easy to use literature unit is common core aligned for and grade.