1-5-14; Publisher video. Good video; a little fast-paced for 2nd grade.
Listened to the story for awhile, then stopped and had several students pick books and find the title page, etc. The website worked in the morning when I tried it, but then wouldn't when my classes came in. "Imagine That!"
Where A Book Is Made: The video was good, but just didn't keep their attention for long.
We talked again about the Title Page, copyright date, publisher and showed them several physical copies of books in our library wi/title page, etc.
I decided to go to Amazon's children's books and look at the inside of a book to see if they could as a class find the copyright date, etc.
They liked being able to pick the books as a class to choose from. We read several pages of Frozen which they all liked:)
I had to really, really stretch this material to make a half an hour lesson. Second graders lost interest in Where a book is made almost immediately.
Where A Book Is Made: 3rd graders were more receptive to the video it seems. We reviewed what is on a title page of a book, then put Guinness World Record Books on the table for them as a group to find the publisher and copyright date. Couldn't keep them out of the books; they liked them!
Making a Book: 3rd Grade really got into this. Couldn't understand why they couldn't take them with them.
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