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Genre in the Classroom

Multiple Perspectives

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        StatementLawrence Erlbaum
        PublishersLawrence Erlbaum
        LC ClassificationsNovember 1, 2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages78
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100805830731

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Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson• The student-friendly language is what really appealed to me as well as the wonderful graphics.

Five Types of Genres in Writing

Introducing your students to different genres and encouraging them to read a variety of books will strengthen their reading, vocabulary and writing skills. White, Matilda or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl• Then students will have a predesignated place to put ripped, unlabeled, or colored on for.

Another option would be to have each student write a reflection on a different book from the same genre to create a class book that the children can read to find new titles.

How do Genre in the Classroom keep track of the books that are out of your library? It will make your job easier because there is little to no prep. It will make your life easier and make them feel empowered.

Genre in the Classroom: Multiple Perspectives

4 Informational texts fall under the umbrella category of nonfiction. Ultimately, we want our students to be more educated when confronting texts in real life. We had such a great time learning about Genres this week!