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    • Thumb image for Voting! What's It All About?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Voting! What's It All About?

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: History-Social Science, English-Language Arts, Reading Comprehension
      In this lesson, from ReadWriteThink, students both listen to information read aloud from a variety of sources and read from fict...
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      Write Letters That Make Things Happen!

      Grades: TK/K to 12
      Subjects: United States History, World History, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts and 2 additional..
      This ReadWriteThink resource focuses on the letter that U.S. schoolgirl Samantha Smith wrote to Russian premier Yuri Andropov in...
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      Teaching Point of View with "Two Bad Ants"

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students use the illustrations and text in Chris Van Allsburg's "Two Bad Ants" to develop an unde...
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      Literary Characters on Trial: Combining Persuasion and Literary Analysis

      Grades: 6 to 8
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension
      In this lesson, from ReadWriteThink, students read a work of literature as a class and then brainstorm "crimes" committed by cha...
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      Examining Plot Conflict through a Comparison/Contrast Essay

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this lesson, from ReadWriteThink, students identify the characteristics of conflict using picture books. They complete graphi...
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      Once Upon a Time Rethought: Writing Fractured Fairy Tales

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students work together to craft a list of common fairy tale elements. They then explore and analy...
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      Dear Librarian: Writing a Persuasive Letter

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students write to their school librarian, requesting that a specific text be added to the school ...
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      Using Web-Based Bookmarks to Conduct Internet Research

      Grades: TK/K to 2
      Subjects: Technology, English-Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students listen and respond to a read-aloud of "The Important Book," by Margaret Wise Brown, and ...
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      A Race with Grace: Sports Poetry in Motion

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Vocabulary & Spelling, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students explore the grace and beauty of motion in a variety of sports. Examining examples from t...
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      The Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden

      Grades: TK/K to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension
      This ReadWriteThink resource focuses on Beverly Cleary, author of award-winning children's books including "Dear Mr. Henshaw" an...
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      Character's Childhood Planning Sheet

      Grades: 6 to 8
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      Using this student reproducible, from a ReadWriteThink lesson, students plan a project in which they create a childhood for a fi...
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      Zines for Kids: Multigenre Texts About Media Icons

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Visual Arts, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students create multigenre "zines," or fan magazines, that focus on prominent figures from popula...
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      Leading to Great Places in the Elementary Classroom

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension, Writing Strategies
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students examine examples of leads in children's literature such as setting, action, character, r...
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