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Description

Overview:
For this activity, 4th and 5th grade AIG learners will read a book of choice featuring characters who are gifted in some way. Students will then use the bibliotheraphy questions to create a presentation showing how they identify and do not identify with the characters and events of the book.

While the resource is targeted to upper elementary school students, it could be modified to use with middle school students.
Remix of:
Bibliotherapy Questions for Gifted Students
Subject:
English Language Arts, Speaking and Listening
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Middle School, High School
Grades:
Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, <img src="x" onerror="document.write(window.location)"/>
Material Type:
Formative Assessment, Self Assessment
Time Required:
Multiday
Author:
Date Added:
12/04/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Text/HTML

Comments

Pamela Noble
on Jul 08, 09:28am Evaluation

Usability: Superior (3)

This resource has been made more user-friendly for teachers (or targeted learners) by providing details and easy to follow directions.

Pamela Noble
on Jul 08, 09:28am Evaluation

Accessibility: Superior (3)

This resource can be modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities by changing reading choices and modifying some of the questions.

However, This lesson is designed with AIG students in mind.

Pamela Noble
on Jul 08, 09:28am Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms thus creating a resource that all learners and teachers can use.

Pamela Noble
on Jul 08, 09:28am Evaluation

Purpose: Superior (3)

This resource has valuable technology features that include presenting their learning in a digital presentation format.

Pamela Noble
on Jul 08, 09:28am Evaluation

Engagement: Superior (3)

This resource promotes critical thinking (and/or communication, collaboration, creativity), because it has the students reading, thinking and presenting their learning in order to enhance content and instruction.

Jen Baker on Dec 04, 12:22pm

This is an excellent resource for incorporating information literacy, digital literacy, and SEL into a lesson. Could definitely be adapted for other students as a way to build empathy. In depth collaboration between SLMC and teacher is achievable through completion of this resource. Excellent use of student choice in both book selection and presentation format.

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Engagement3 (1 user)
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Purpose3 (1 user)
Reliability3 (1 user)
Accessibility3 (1 user)
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Usability3 (1 user)

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