Item description for Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 3 by Kim Griswell...
Overview "Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 3" contains 20 topics in the following content areas: social studies, science, health and safety, mathematics, and the arts. Each unit contains teacher resource page that introduces the topic and lists suggested vocabulary to introduce for each article, a visual aid that presents the topic graphically to the entire class, and more. An answer key is included.
Publishers Description Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 3 contains 20 topics in the following content areas: social studies, science, health & safety, mathematics, and the arts. Contains: a teacher resource page, a visual aid, three articles on the same topic, and three accompanying comprehension/vocabulary worksheets. Also included are graphic organizers and a reading strategies checklist are provided for teacher and student use as well as an answer key.
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Kim T. Griswell is a developmental editor for Uncle John's Bathroom Readers and the former coordinating editor of Highlights for Kids. She continues to help develop and teach writers' workshops with the Highlights Foundation; has taught with the Institute for Children's Literature; and has published more than 200 short stories, articles, and columns. Her children's book, Carnivorous Plants, was published by Kidhaven Press. She lives in Ashland, OR. Learn more about Kim at her website, kimgriswell.com.Valeri Gorbachev emigrated from his native Ukraine to the US in 1991, and now lives in Brooklyn, NY. He has written and/or illustrated more than 50 children's books, including Turtle's Penguin Day and The Giant Hug by Sandra Horning (both Knopf). "
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getting better Oct 12, 2005
great breadth of material fewer misprints than level 2 has become the gold standard for productive bellwork first thing in the morning i put the overhead up of the graphic, they read and answer the hardest of the 3 versions students have to prove their answer to the class by referencing which paragraph they found the answer in - they debate it out from there their homework includes the mid-level version to reinforce vocab and key concepts the same evening i have used level 2 with low 5th grade, level 4 with on-grade level 5th graders weak in test taking skills (process of elimination) i have finished level 2 with my current 4th grade and am using level 3. we will soon go into level 4 together. my resource kids get the easiest version of the story to work on - better way to access the content and participate in the discussion