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Library Instruction Lesson Choosing a Just-Right Book Resource Title Choosing a Just-Right Book File Name Choosing a Just-Right Book.doc Resource Description Choosing a just-right book is an important library skill for all (This is information students. Primary students will be introduced to the concept of picking a just-right library book by listening to the book Goldie about the resource.) Socks and the Three Libearians. Using a Venn diagram, they will compare and contrast this book to the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Standard AASL FCPS Strand AASL FCPS Indicator AASL FCPS Benchmark AASL FCPS SOL SS K.8, 1.8, 2.10 POS Materials Venn Diagram Goldilocks & the Three Bears, Jill Woodall SMART (Books, files, links, Notebook file Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians by Jackie Mims Hopkins graphic organizers, databases, etc.) Lesson Length 15-20 minutes Keywords or key Just-right phrases Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians Jackie Mims Hopkins The Three Bears Byron Barton Compare and contrast Venn diagram SMART Board SMARTBoard Year Created? 2008 Teacher Editable? X Yes No Audience X Librarian (Resources may have more than 1 audience.) Purpose X Lesson Plan (Resources may have more than 1 purpose.) Created By Created by Jill Woodall (written by or adapted from) Grade Level Pre-K 7th Grade X K 8th Grade X 1st Grade 9th Grade X 2nd Grade 10th Grade 3rd Grade 11th Grade 4th Grade 12th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade Adult LEARN Lesson Plan Choosing a Just-Right Book Choosing a just right book is an important library skill for Link all students. Primary students will be introduced to the concept of picking a just right library book by listening to the book Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians. Using a Venn diagram, they will compare and contrast this book to the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Assessment: Student responses Using the “pair-share” strategy, have students discuss Engage with one another how they decide which book(s) to check and out. Share out as a class. Explain that at times it is nice Educate to check out an old favorite or a book that is challenging. Today we are going to learn the importance of checking out just-right books. Books that are just-right are ones that you can read. It is okay if you don’t know all the words on a page (3-5 words). If you don’t know more than 5 words per page than it is a challenging book. We will talk about when to select challenging books at a later time. Assessment: Class discussion 1. Read the story, Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians Active by Jackie Mims Hopkins. Learning 2. Have students retell from memory the story of Goldie Locks and the Three Bears. If the students are unfamiliar with this story, a short version which can be read to the class is The Three Bears by Byron Barton. 3. Introduce/review Venn diagrams. 4. Using the Venn Diagram Goldilocks & the Three Bears, Jill Woodall SMART Notebook file, have students sort the words to the appropriate part of the Venn diagram. Assessment: Completed Venn diagram Ask students to identify other words that can be added to R eflect the Venn diagram. Encourage students to think about the type of book they N ow want to check out: a just right book, a book that is a and stretch, or a book that is an old favorite. Tell them Then throughout the school year, as they select library books, we will review the importance of choosing a just right book as well as learn strategies that will help them do so.
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