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review 2016-11-11 06:34
Classroom Jobs
Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash - Sarah Weeks,Nadine Bernard Westcott

Throughout this book, Mrs. McNosh is doing laundry and hanging up all of her clothes on a clothes line. I would incorporate this into my classroom when I feel they are responsible enough to take on a classroom job. I will relate this back to the book and how Mrs. McNosh had laundry to do as her job. In our classroom we will have jobs that will keep our classroom running smoothly. Everyone will get a job and I would alternate them either every 9 weeks or monthly depending on what worked best for my class.

 

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review 2016-11-06 23:35
Werewolves Don't Go to Summer Camp
Werewolves Don't Go to Summer Camp - Debbie Dadey,Marcia Thornton Jones,John Steven Gurney

Grade: 4th

 

This story is about a camp counselor at Camp Lone Wolf. The kids in the story become suspicious of him being a werewolf after he eats his meat raw, is hair like a wolf, and is obsessed with wolves. I will read this story aloud to my students as part of a classroom management strategy. Whenever the class as a whole receives 25 gum balls in the class gum ball machine for good behavior, they will get to choose a book a reward. For this "book and a reward," we will read this story aloud as a class during read aloud time. When we finish it, the class will get to have a "Reading Camp" as their reward. They will bring sleeping bags and books to read for the day. They will present their favorite book to the class as part of the day, and they will also write a story about a time they went to summer camp and had a camp counselor that was some other type of character instead of a werewolf. Students will get to sit around a pretend campfire with a flashlight and read their story.

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