Summary: The narrator asks various animals what they see with the response usually being another animal, the respondent is then asked what they themselves see, and the process is repeated. Genre: Non-fiction children's book Writing Technique: animal sounds Writing Traits: This is the perfect book to teach voice since you will be hearing from the animals featured. Martin, Bill, and Eric Carle. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? New York: H. Holt, 1992. Print.
Summary: Students will make sentences using all the letters in the alphabet to describe things they see in the library. Genre: Children's Humor Writing Techniques: vocabulary, library learning, ABCS Writing Trait: Word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions are all taught through this book by making sentences and pointing out things in the library in ABC order. Farmer, Bonnie, and Chum McLeod. ABC Letters in the Library. Montréal: Lobster, 2005. Print.
Major and Minor Chords Explained. This is an explanation with examples of how major and minor chords are constructed using tones/whole steps and semitones/half steps. The explanation is followed by TWO theory worksheet to test students' understanding. $
COMPOSERS Research Activity You will find this a great activity to have because it can be used in so many ways: a class research task, set as an assignment, homework or left as a sub lesson when you are away. Students are given 2-3 clues on the identity of a composer and they must then research who it is and write their name in the right hand column. Once this section of the task is completed, students must then enter the composers name and information into the table provided, in…