Reading with Franklin the Turtle Author Study Grades 1-3

EBOTM14126

$18.99 CAD

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  • Author : Rodgers, Kathleen

Kids love Franklin and readily identify with him as he sometimes makes poor decisions but always finds a solution to his problem. Use this resource to help your students develop the literacy strategies necessary to derive meaning from print and illustrations, read to find new information about a topic, and think and write creatively, all using the Franklin books. 108 pages

 Includes

  • Story summaries
  • Reproducible work sheets for 16 different Franklin stories
  • Teacher suggestions
  • Resource list
  • Student tracking sheet
  • Answer key

 Stories Included:

  1. Franklin's Bad Day
  2. Franklin's Blanket
  3. Franklin is Bossy
  4. Franklin in the Dark
  5. Franklin Fibs
  6. Franklin Goes to School
  7. Franklin's Hallowe'en
  8. Hurry Up, Franklin
  9. Franklin is Lost
  10. Franklin is Messy
  11. Franklin Plays the Game
  12. Franklin Rides a Bike
  13. Franklin has a Sleepover
  14. Franklin's School Play
  15. Franklin and the Tooth Fairy
  16. Franklin Wants a Pet

 List Of Skills

The Comprehension section deals with Knowledge, Comprehension, and Evaluation based on Bloom's taxonomy. e.g. identifying, sequencing events, matching a character to an event, judging why a character acted a certain way.

 There are two questions under the heading Word Study. One question relates to phonics and the other word study. If you students are unfamiliar with any of these skills, then they should be taught as mini-lessons to ensure successful completion of the reading activities. The following skills will be explored:

 Phonics: short vowels; long vowels; long vowels with silent e; double vowels; "y" as a vowel; initial consonants; blends; digraphs; initial consonant substitution; hard and soft c; double letters

 Word Study: classifying words; word meanings; plural and singular words; verbs, adjectives; compound words; root words; contractions; rhyming words, one, two, and three syllable words

 In the Thinking About the Story section, the students are asked to relate what happened to the story to their own personal experiences.



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