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    • Thumb image for Once They’re Hooked, Reel Them In: Writing Good EndingsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Once They’re Hooked, Reel Them In: Writing Good Endings

      Grades: 3 to 5
      Subjects: Writing Strategies, English-Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, Literary Analysis
      It’s important to “hook” readers at a story’s beginning, but it’s equally important to keep them interested. In this lesson, stu...
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      Maurice Sendak: Imagination and Art

      Grades: TK/K to 2, 6 to 8
      Subjects: Music, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Reading Comprehension and 2 additional..
      In this lesson, from the PBS American Masters Web site, early elementary students read books written and/or illustrated by Mau...
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      It Doesn't Have to End That Way: Using Prediction Strategies with Literature

      Grades: TK/K to 2
      Subjects: English-Language Arts, Literature, Reading Comprehension
      In this lesson, from ReadWriteThink, students listen to the beginning of a story and then use details in the text, personal expe...
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      <em>Where the Sidewalk Ends</em> by Shel Silverstein was published in 1974.

      Grades: 1 to 12
      Subjects: Writing Strategies, English-Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, Literary Analysis
      Students are introduced to a Silverstein verse and asked for their impressions. They then draw that they imagine when they read ...
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