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Butterflies and Moths (Rookie Read-About Science: What's the Difference?) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-12 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0531215334
LANGUAGE:English

"Camp, D. (2000). It takes two: Teaching with twin texts of fact and fiction. Reading Teacher, 53(5), 400-408.

Fountas, I. C., & Pinnell, G. S. (2006). Understanding the demands of nonfiction texts. Teaching for comprehending and fluency: Thinking, talking, and writing about reading, K-8 (185 - 187). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Sundgaard, A. (2013). The lamb and the butterfly. New York, NY: Orchard Books.

I chose The Lamb and the Butterfly by Anrold Sundgaard for my twin text to pair with What’s the Difference? Butterflies and Moths by Lisa M. Herrington because I would use The Lamb and the Butterfly to introduce the topic of butterflies. I would use it to activate prior knowledge of butterflies from my students. Then we would go into more in depth reading about butterflies.

Text Structure
-Description
-Compare and contrast
-Question and answer

Text Features
-Titles
-Diagrams
-Table of Contents
-Index
-Glossary
-Captions
-Special font
-Captions
-Comparisons
-Illustrations/photos
-Maps

I would use a Venn diagram to promote critical thinking by making connections between the text. Students would use the Venn diagram to indicate features common or unique about butterflies and moths. Students would write things that butterflies and moths have that are alike and things that are different. Students would construct the Venn diagram after reading The Lamb and the Butterfly and then also after reading What’s the Difference? Butterflies and Moths.
" said.

"Camp, D. (2000). It takes two: Teaching with twin texts of fact and fiction. Reading Teacher, 53(5), 400-408.

Fountas, I. C., & Pinnell, G. S. (2006). Understanding the demands of nonfiction texts. Teaching for comprehending and fluency: Thinking, talking, and writing about reading, K-8 (185 - 187). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Sundgaard, A. (2013). The lamb and the butterfly. New York, NY: Orchard Books.

I chose The Lamb and the Butterfly by Anrold Sundgaard for my twin text to pair with What’s the Difference? Butterflies and Moths by Lisa M. Herrington because I would use The Lamb and the Butterfly to introduce the topic of butterflies. I would use it to activate prior knowledge of butterflies from my students. Then we would go into more in depth reading about butterflies.

Text Structure
-Description
-Compare and contrast
-Question and answer

Text Features
-Titles
-Diagrams
-Table of Contents
-Index
-Glossary
-Captions
-Special font
-Captions
-Comparisons
-Illustrations/photos
-Maps

I would use a Venn diagram to promote critical thinking by making connections between the text. Students would use the Venn diagram to indicate features common or unique about butterflies and moths. Students would write things that butterflies and moths have that are alike and things that are different. Students would construct the Venn diagram after reading The Lamb and the Butterfly and then also after reading What’s the Difference? Butterflies and Moths.
" said.

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