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Author, Author: Who Is An Author?

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  1. Author, Author: Who Is An Author? Third Grade Author Study by Jo Murphy

  2. Purpose & Objectives Students will: • Gather and synthesize information using technological resources • Apply various strategies and multiple intelligences to Communicate in a variety of ways • Comprehend and interpret different texts • Use various intelligences to present knowledge created based on research of various authors • Use technology to enhance communication of their ideas

  3. Theoretical Basis

  4. Set the Stage • Select an author or authors • Locate the author’s website • Gather books • Prepare minilessons • Plan an electronic meeting

  5. On the Web • http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/depaola.htm • www.rquackenbush.com/ • www.childrenslit.com/home.htm

  6. Activities • Picking an author – group or whole class • Research • Study story elements of plot, characters, sequence, etc. • Identify illustration elements of style, composition, color, media • Hold a media conference if possible

  7. More Web Examples • http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/teachtech/ • www.janetstevens.com/ • www.judyblume.com/index.html

  8. Products & Projects • Brainstorm for possibilities • Conference with individual students or groups to make selection • Multiple Intelligiences • Use technology

  9. Examples • Write their own stories in author’s style and illustrate & publish as book • Use HyperStudio to create a Slide- Show Presentation • Plan to video a “mock” interview • Debate plot or story line • Draw a houseplan or building diagram

  10. Examples, cont. • Work in groups to produce a dramatization of one story by author • Write a new story about one character • Write a new ending for one of the stories • Create a map or chart to go with story

  11. Evaluation • Individual or group presentation of products • Students critique each others products • Students do self evaluation with rubric • Teacher does rubric evaluation • Journal entries telling what they learned from author study

  12. THE END