Welcome to my workshop! Here you'll find writing tips, strategies, and challenges to help you write a book review. Once you've completed my challenges, try writing and publishing a review of your own. More, home Classroom Resources Lesson Plans, lesson Plan. Grades, k 3, lesson Plan Type, unit, estimated Time, seven 30- to 45-minute sessions, lesson Author. Publisher, overview, featured Resources, from Theory to Practice, overview, designed for students in grades 2 and 3, this lesson demonstrates the process for writing book reviews and offers ideas for publishing student reviews.
Teachers can support readers' comprehension by teaching decoding skills, helping students build fluency, building and activating students' prior knowledge, motivating students, and engaging students in personal responses to text. Teachers can help motivate students by providing authentic learning experiences. An authentic "literacy event" is one that offers students an opportunity to experience reading and writing in a situation that they might encounter in society, such as reading or writing a book review. When you've completed your review and this workshop, you can write your own book review and publish it online.