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What are the 8 genres of literature?
Poetry, Non fiction, Realistic fiction, Historical Fiction, Biography, Fantasy, Folk tale, Science Fiction
Definition of Poetry?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Expression of imaginative
thoughts and perceptions
through condensed language.

Choral or echo reads.

Phonological awareness
Definition of Realistic Fiction?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Although untrue, could actually happen.  Some events, people, and places may even be real.

Literature Circles, Guided Reading

group work, cooperation, connections
Definition of Non fiction?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Informational books that
explain a subject or
concept using facts.

Books on Tape, Literature Circles

Non fiction text features, text to world and text to text connections
Definition of Historical Fiction?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
A sub-genre of fiction that often portrays fictional accounts or dramatization of historical figures or events.

Reader's Theater, Literature Circles

Text to self connection, link to social studies
Definition of Science Fiction?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Stories based on extending
scientific possibilities to their
logical outcomes.

Literature Circles, Guiding Reading

Thinking outside the box, creativity, interest in reading
Definition of Biography?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
The story of an actual
person’s life, or part of their
life not written by the subject.

Read Aloud, Literature Circle

Connections, author studies
Definition of Fantasy?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Stories with worlds, characters
and/or events that could not
exist in the real world
as we know it.

Read Aloud, Reader's Theater

Gets children interested in reading, elevates creativity
Definition of Folk Tales?

How would you teach this?

What does this teach?
Brief fanciful narratives,
originally spoken rather than
written that convey a lesson and the original author is unknown.

Reader's Theater, Storytelling

Imagination, fluency
What does Reader's Theater aid in?

why?
fluency

Read with inflection, practice pausing, expression and intonation
If a child is listening to books on tape what is is something you should be sure they are also doing?
Tracking the print
What are the two types of read alouds?
Traditional and Interactive
What does choral poetry promote?

why?
phonemic awareness

repetitive sounds and patterns, rhyming words, alliterations
What are the three types of connections we as teachers want our students to make?
text to self, text to text, text to world
What are some activities that aid in teaching comprehension?
file folder games, Read write think websites, graphic organizers
What book is a great tool to teach text to World Strategies?
14 Cows for America, September 12th we Knew Everything would be Alright
What book is a great tool to teach text to self strategies?
Ramona series (Beverly Cleary)
really any type of realistic fiction
What book is a great tool to teach text to text strategies?
You could use an original folktale The Three Little Pigs and compare it to a folk lore version like The Three Pigs by David Wiesner
What are 10 examples of non fiction text features?
titles, headings, italics, maps, charts, tables, table of Contents, index, glossary, bullets
What kind of information can you gather from an author's website?
biographies, e-mail, snail mail, pictures, book lists, lesson plan ideas, podcasts, web shows, awards, book teasers

On Berenstain Bear's site their is a bio of each character in the book series