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David Eza Stein Author Study

This is an author study that was created for grades 1-5 in the Library Media Center. It is intended to be taught once a week for 50 minutes for five weeks. It utilizes writing and technology strategies and resouces along with books by the author. A classroom teacher could easily adapt this author study to meet his/her needs. #VegasPBS-RDLA125.454

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Content Area

  • NVACS English Language Arts
  • Library
  • Technology

Resource Type(s)

  • Lesson Plan
  • Unit Plan

Grade(s)

  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade
  • 3rd Grade
  • 4th Grade
  • 5th Grade

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Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • (1)5.2 - Choose fiction and other kinds of literature to read and discuss: a. read/listen to a variety of quality literature (fiction and non-fiction) from various cultures and genres including folktales, fiction, and non-fiction; b. read/listen to Caldecott, NYRA, and other award-winning books; c. understand the role of authors and illustrators in creating a book.
  • (1)5.3 - Listen and respond to creative presentations of information.
  • (2)5.1 - Choose fiction and other kinds of literature to read and discuss: a. recognize and read a variety of literature (fiction and non-fiction) from various cultures and genres including folktales, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction; b. interpret different kinds of stories and illustrations, including Caldecott, NYRA, and award-winning books; c. recognize that books are written and illustrated by authors and illustrators from many cultures.
  • (2)5.2 - Explore and discuss films, plays, and other creative presentations of information.
  • (2)5.3 - Express information and ideas creatively in a variety of simple formats.
  • (3)5.1 - Choose fiction and other kinds of literature to read, discuss and analyze: a. compare and contrast different genres of literature including folktales, poetry, fiction and non-fiction; b. compare the works of several award-winning authors and illustrators including Caldecott, Newbery, NYRA, and other award-winning books.
  • (3)5.3 - Express information and ideas creatively in information products that combine several formats.
  • (4)5.1 - Choose fiction and other kinds of literature to read and evaluate: a. recognize and read a variety of literature from various cultures; b. compare the works of several award-winning authors and illustrators, including Caldecott, Newbery, NYRA, and other award-winning books.
  • (4)5.2 - Analyze and explain information presented creatively in various formats.
  • (4)5.3 - Express information and ideas creatively in unique products that combine several formats.
  • (5)5.1 - Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the literature read: a. compare the works of several award-winning authors and illustrators including Caldecott and Newbery; b. compare the works of several award-winning authors and illustrators including NYRA and other award-winning books.
  • (5)5.2 - Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of various creative presentations of information: a. compare and contrast the various genres of literature including mythology, short stories, drama, poetry, fiction and non-fiction; b. compare and contrast the quality of writing of various authors.
  • (5)5.3 - Express information and ideas creatively in unique products that integrate information in a variety of formats: a. retell stories with supporting details in sequential order; b. evaluate the informational products.
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