Try out Follett eBooks in your classroom with some ready-to-go activities. Each activity is designed to develop a specific skill using Follett eBooks to bring the lesson to life. Use them with individual students, small groups or the whole class to see the many ways eBooks can support learning in your classroom.
Students learn to organize what they are reading and identify what is important by considering main ideas and their supporting details. The activity comes with a student worksheet you can copy and distribute.
Helps students discriminate between traits the author tells the reader directly and those the reader infers from the author's writing. The activity includes a student worksheet "What Evidence Is There of the Character's Traits?"
Students practice skills in predicting what will happen next in a story, and also allows them to answer the essential Who? What? When? Where? How? and Why? questions. The included worksheet gives students an easy-to-use format for recording answers.
Students use the first steps in scientific inquiry to analyze and make observations. The included worksheet encourages students to organize their thoughts and answers.
Develops students' imaginations as they create an alternate ending for a story.
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