Citation Machine- Gone are the days of BIBLIOGRAPHIES
Here is a way to help you organize your sources when you research.
Let's Get QUIZZICAL-Finding your interests, asking questions, informing others
Fourth Grade students have been asked to think about what they are most interested in right now, today. What topics interest them, where will they find information about their topic and how can they inform others about their topic. To learn things about the world, one must be QUIZZICAL!
Reading Around the World - Folktale Collection
Folktales is the umbrella term for all stories that were spoken aloud and passed down from generation to generation. Folktales are set in distinctive landscapes and inhabited by objects that reflect the values and cultures who are telling the stories. There are famous story collectors in folktale history such as Jakob and WIlhelm Grimm from Germany, Peter Asbjørnsen and Jorgen Moe (known as Asbjørnsen and Moe), Charles Perrault from France, and Andrew Lang from Scotland. Folktales and fairy tales were never considered a literature for children. Their existence comes out of entertainment and as warnings for what to do or what not to do in society. As our IT fourth graders read folktales they will log the titles, country of origin and any connections they have to other folktales. Students will then color in and label a world map according to the folktale path they took in their own reading. Let the folktale reading begin!
Quizzical - Let your curiosity drive your research
Solve the Wooden 3-D puzzle problem
Southeast Book Trailers