Using Picture Storybooks To Teach Literary Devices

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The third volume of Using Picture Storybooks to Teach Literary Devices joins volumes 1 and 2 of this best-selling series to give teachers and librarians the perfect tool to teach literary devices to students in grades K-12. In this volume, 120 well-reviewed picture storybooks, published mainly in the last few years, are listed (sometimes more than once) under 41 literary devices. All-ages picture storybooks, which can be enjoyed by adults, as well as children, are included. For each device, a definition is given, and descriptions of appropriate storybooks, with information on how to use them, the art style used in the book, and a curriculum tie-in, are provided. Among the literary devices included are alliteration, analogy, flashback, irony, metaphor, paradox, tone, and 34 more. Indexes by author, title, art style, and curriculum tie-in add to this outstanding book's great value. Grades 4-12.'

Teaching Beginner Ells Using Picture Books

Author: Ana Lado
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452284253
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Picture your beginning ELLs reading their way to success! For beginning ELLs, a picture really is worth a thousand words! Picture books are useful tools for building important language and social foundations that students may miss through traditional instruction. Ana Lado provides all the tools you’ll need to engage ELLs of any age with picture books, including how to: Design lessons around picture books Select appropriate titles using specific criteria Incorporate fun and engaging strategies like singing and reenacting Access the book’s searchable online database to find the right book Integrate picture-book learning to facilitate development of English Language Proficiency

Using Picture Books To Teach 8 Essential Literary Elements

Author: Susan Van Zile
Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9780545335188
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Helps young readers learn about literary elements such as characterization, plot, foreshadowing, and figurative language through lessons that include annotations for new and classic books, material lists, and activities.

I Like Your Buttons

Author: Sarah Lamstein
ISBN: 9781494221737
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When a little girl compliments her teacher about the buttons on her blouse, it starts a chain reaction of goodwill, good deeds, and thoughtfulness throughout the day.

Using Picture Books To Teach Comprehension Strategies

Author: Joanne Zimny
Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9780545053990
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Includes 30 model lessons for teaching six comprehension strategies—visualizing, questioning, inferring, predicting, determining importance, and summarizing—using picture favorite picture books. Lessons are scaffolded to help move students to proficiency. Also includes: Recommended picture books for teaching each strategy. Graphic organizers and other engaging activities that reach all learners. Quick assessment tips and tools to assess students' growth.

Reading Picture Books With Children

Author: Megan Dowd Lambert
Publisher: Charlesbridge Publishing
ISBN: 1607345633
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A new, interactive approach to storytime, The Whole Book Approach was developed in conjunction with the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art and expert author Megan Dowd Lambert's graduate work in children's literature at Simmons College, offering a practical guide for reshaping storytime and getting kids to think with their eyes. Traditional storytime often offers a passive experience for kids, but the Whole Book approach asks the youngest of readers to ponder all aspects of a picture book and to use their critical thinking skills. Using classic examples, Megan asks kids to think about why the trim size of Ludwig Bemelman's Madeline is so generous, or why the typeset in David Wiesner's Caldecott winner,The Three Pigs, appears to twist around the page, or why books like Chris Van Allsburg's The Polar Express and Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar are printed landscape instead of portrait. The dynamic discussions that result from this shared reading style range from the profound to the hilarious and will inspire adults to make children's responses to text, art, and design an essential part of storytime. From the Hardcover edition.