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by Marcia Agness Kochel,Kathleen A. Baxter

Free eBook Gotcha Again!: More Nonfiction Booktalks to Get Kids Excited About Reading download ISBN: 1563089408
Author: Marcia Agness Kochel,Kathleen A. Baxter
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited (May 20, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 165
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
Size MP3: 1335 mb
Size FLAC: 1173 mb
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Baxter, Kathleen A. and Marcia Agness Kochel.

Baxter, Kathleen A. Gotcha! Nonfiction Booktalks to Get Kids Excited About Reading. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Kathleen A. Baxter states that she has a healthy streak of curiosity and an active interest in a lot of things which makes nonfiction books her choice for booktalks. Ideas for over 350 booktalks are presented in seven chapters.

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A companion title to the popular Gotcha! by the same authors, this new guide lets you pinpoint the right books to get children excited about reading . More Nonfiction Booktalks to Get Kids Excited about Reading. by Kathleen A. Baxter and Marcia Agness Kochel.

A companion title to the popular Gotcha! by the same authors, this new guide lets you pinpoint the right books to get children excited about reading nonfiction.

A companion title to the popular Gotcha! by the same authors, this new guide lets you pinpoint the right books to get children excited about reading nonfiction titles! With more than 350 nonfiction books, most of which have been published in the past four years, this guide makes it easy to find good reading material to use in your classroom, at the library, or at home.

This book makes it easier for you to find the best in children's nonfiction books, and it offers concrete, classroom-tested ideas for presenting them to students in irresistible ways

This book makes it easier for you to find the best in children's nonfiction books, and it offers concrete, classroom-tested ideas for presenting them to students in irresistible ways. Booktalks for more than 350 nonfiction titles (appropriate for elementary and middle school students) are organized according to topics popular with young readers-Great Disasters, Unsolved Mysteries, Fascinating People, Science, and Fun Experiments to Do. In addition, there are tips on booktalking, an outline for a booktalk program, and a bibliography that can be used for collection development.

Irresistible book descriptions and book talks guide librarians and teachers to nonfiction books kids want to read. New features include numerous booklists to copy and save (similar to the bookmarks in Gotcha for Guys!) and profiles and interviews of some innovative authors such as Sally Walker, Kathleen Krull, Catherine Thimmesh, Steve Jenkins, Ken Mochizuki, and others.

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Gotcha!: Nonfiction Booktalks to Get Kids Excited About Reading.

Gotcha Again!: More Nonfiction Booktalks to Get Kids Excited about Reading. Wilma Unlimited: How Wilma Rudolph Became the World’s Fastest Woman. Illustrated by David Diaz. Libraries Unlimited, 2002. Blass, Roseanne J. Booktalks, Bookwalks, and Read-Alouds: Promoting the Best New Children’s Literature across the Elementary Curriculum. The following books have exciting and provocative crowd scenes which would lend themselves well to such dramatization. Homesick: My Own Story.

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A companion title to the popular Gotcha! by the same authors, this new guide lets you pinpoint the right books to get children excited about reading nonfiction titles! With more than 350 nonfiction books, most of which have been published in the past four years, this guide makes it easy to find good reading material to use in your classroom, at the library, or at home. In addition to suggestions for presenting books to students in irresistible ways, hundreds of ready-to-use booktalks and a wealth of tips on booktalking make this title an invaluable and versatile resource. Even an outline for a booktalk program and a bibliography for collection development purposes are included. Educators can search thematically to find books that correlate precisely with their curriculum requirements, and parents have an convenient tool to select just the right books for their children. While perfect for booktalk programs, librarians and school media specialists will also find this to be a valuable collection.