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1 HOW TO TREAT OUR CLASSROOM BOOKS By: Sarah Sadler Next

2 Learning Objectives and Standards Content Standard: 1.0The student will develop the reading and listening skills necessary for word recognition, comprehension, interpretation, analysis, evaluation, and appreciation of print and non-print text. K.1.03 Demonstrate knowledge of concepts of print. K.1.14 Develop and maintain a motivation to read. Next Back

3 Parts of a Book The front cover The back cover The spine The pages NextBack

4 How to pick a book Look for a book that looks interesting to you. Look at the picture on the cover to figure out what the book might be about. Look at the picture on the cover to figure out what the book might be about. Take it GENTLY off of the shelf and begin reading. Take it GENTLY off of the shelf and begin reading. NextBack

5 How to hold a book Hold the book right-side up. –Make sure that the pictures are not upside down. NextBack

6 How to read a book Follow the words from left to right. Look at the pictures to help you figure out what might be happening. NextBack

7 How to turn the pages Turn one page at a time, very GENTLY! Hold the right side of the page and turn it over to the left to get to the next page. Next Back

8 How to put the books away Close the book GENTLY so that none of the pages get bent. Put the book back on the shelf GENTLY so that all of our books can stay in GREAT shape! Next Back

9 Now let’s try a QUIZ! What part of the book is this picture showing? a. The front cover b. The back cover c. The spine d. The pages Back

10 Great Job! That is the front cover of the book. Next Question

11 Let’s try that again. Try again

12 Now let’s try a QUIZ! How should we handle the books in our classroom? a. Very roughly b. Bang them against the tables c. Very gently d. Tear the pages

13 Great Job! Next

14 Let’s try that again. Try again

15 Summary We need to be very GENTLE with all of our classroom books. We should not be grabbing them from other students. Next

16 References 12/articles/12938.aspx lly/custom/mediacenter/Kids%20Corner/ Nononever/NoNover.html Back Next

17 The End! Thanks for taking care of the books in our classroom!! Exit Back


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