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Two Thumbs Up! Get Students Writing and Publishing Book Reviews

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Grades K – 3
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Seven 30- to 45-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Emily Manning

Emily Manning

Denton, Texas

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Katie

January 08, 2011

I am starting this unit in my class next week. I love how thorough it is. Everything is there for me, and it's all of high quality. I am so excited to introduce book reviews to my students after just finishing learning how to summarize! The Reading Rainbow website is no longer at the link listed, but I did find some YouTube videos of Reading Rainbow book reviews. The worldreading.org website is a great find. Thanks so much for your wonderful lessons!

 

 

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