It's a familiar and unfortunate story: educators everywhere are being asked to do more teaching with lessaless money, less staff, and less time. One easy way to provide more content area instruction to very young readers is by scaffolding beneficial learning subjects within memorable read-aloud activities. This augments the instructional curriculum and keeps learning funawithout adding to the educator's already-full plate. Read-Aloud Scaffold: Best Books to Enhance Content Area Curriculum, Grades Pre-Ka3 offers teachers and librarians over 700 content area connections through carefully selected, recently published children's trade books. These selections include fiction and non-fiction titles that represent outstanding read-aloud choices that will augment the instructional curriculum, covering subjects ranging from history to holidays to special events, and from biographies and memoirs to poetry and character education. qA Closer Lookq suggests outstanding read-aloud choices related to key units in the curriculum and features discussion points, cross-curricular activities, writing prompts, and related online and print materials.MISS SMlTHa#39;S INCREDIBLE STORYBOOK by Michael Garland; Dutton; Grades 1 -3; teacher makes read-aloud time magical. MOTHER GOOSE NUMBERS ON THE LOOSE by Leo and Diane Dillon; Harcourt; Grades Pre-K-I; counting rhymes from Mother Goose illustrated by the award-winning duo. ... by Eric Carle; Orchard/Scholastic; Grades K-2; one-page lessons. ... Compestine and illustrated by Stephane Jorisch; Dutton; Grades 2-4; humorous version of the well-known folktale.
|Title||:||Read-Aloud Scaffold, The: Best Books to Enhance Content Area Curriculum, Grades Pre-K-3|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-09-16|