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No Bones About It...add on

Submitted by: Ann Burchard
From: San Diego, CA

Date Submitted: October 12, 2005

In addition, or another version of "Make no bones about it": I bought a door poster/decoration from party city of a shiny black & silver skeleton. In Interactive Writing, we co-created labels of body parts and posted them on our door poster. The title reads: "No Bones About it! Room 31 Knows Their Parts!"

I've been advised always to add some element of writing to art to prove it's integrated into literacy curriculum & teaching point. Our focus was NF/Expository for Reader's Workshop and this was an extension into Interactive Writing focus on labeling pictures to help readers better understand info presented in a text.

   
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