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  1. A Literature Unit: Septimus Heap: Magyk

    Septimus Heap: Magyk is a ten-week Literature Unit comprising a detailed, Australian Curriculum-aligned study guide based on the novel, Septimus Heap: Magyk, written by Angie Sage. The unit covers almost all of the aspects of the three Language, Literature and Literacy strands of the English component of the Australian Curriculum, combining fun activities with detailed literature instruction. Students that complete the Literature Unit as they read will build fundamental skills in reading, writing, listening and critical thinking. The unit is made up of ten sections, one for each week of the term. It is suitable for students in Years 4, 5 or 6 and the direct links to the curriculum have been made to these year levels.

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  2. A Literature Unit: How to Train Your Dragon Student Workbook (Set of 5)

    This literature unit consists of two parts: this student workbook, and the teacher guide (available separately). Based on the popular children's novel by Cressida Cowell, it is divided into ten sections, allowing one for each week of the school term. Each section includes a comprehension quiz and three fun and engaging activities for students, with space to fill out answers, draft essays and letters and draw pictures. A Literature Unit: How to Train Your Dragon covers almost all of the aspects of Language, Literature and Literacy strands from the Australian Curriculum: English for Years 4-6.

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  3. A Literature Unit: How to Train Your Dragon Teacher Guide

    This teacher guide is the ideal resource for Australian Curriculum-aligned English instruction, combining fun activities with detailed literature instruction. This literature unit, based on the popular children's novel by Cressida Cowell, consists of two parts: this teacher guide, and an accompanying student workbook (available separately). It is divided into ten sections, allowing one for each week of the school term. This guide includes instructions on using the literature unit, spelling and vocabulary lists and three fun and engaging activities for each section. Further, it describes the way in which A Literature Unit: How to Train Your Dragon covers almost all of the aspects of Language, Literature and Literacy strands from the Australian Curriculum: English for Years 4-6.

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  4. Literature Unit: Romeo and Juliet (Years 6-8)

    Romeo and Juliet Literature Unit has been written so that students can experience what this renowned play has to offer! When students are introduced to Shakespeare, they may be reluctant to read his work, or find it difficult to understand the 'unfamiliar' language that is being used. This book provides ideas and activities that encourage students to approach Shakespeare enthusiastically and can help them make the study a rewarding and memorable experience.

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  5. Literature Unit: How to Eat Fried Worms

    Based on the novel by Thomas Rockwell, this Literature Unit will supplement the teacher's own ideas, and encourage students to read and discuss other books by Thomas Rockwell. This book includes integrated lessons and projects which may be used with a book you are reading with the class or be adapted to stories in your reading series. There are eight useful sections: Pre-reading activities, reading response journals, vocabulary ideas, book report ideas, graphic organisers, multiple intelligences, Bloom's taxonomy activities and culminating activities.

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  6. Literature Unit: Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl (Years 6-8)

    In each section of this book students can work together in cooperative learning groups. Some of the activities that the students will be involved in include keeping a personal diary, introducing new words of the day, vocabulary charades, a short history of Nazi Germany and the holocaust, and preparing an escape bag. Adventurous students can also create an Anne Frank museum and put Hitler on trial.

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  7. Activities for any Literature Unit (Intermediate)

    Activities for Any Literature Unit provides lessons and projects for middle to secondary students who are interested in writing novels or short stories. Ideas are developed to guide students in individual and cooperative learning activities. There are eight useful sections: pre-reading activities, reading response journals, vocabulary ideas, book report ideas, graphic organisers, Multiple Intelligences, Bloom's taxonomy activities and culminating activities.

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  8. Activities for any Literature Unit (Primary)

    Activities for any Literature Unit is designed for primary students. The lessons and projects can be modified to use with a book you are reading with the class or adapted to stories in your reading series. The book is ideal for core literature, partner and individualised reading. Ideas are provided to guide students in individual and cooperative learning activities. The three sections include: Before You Read, As You Read and After You Have Read.

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  9. Literature Unit: Madeline (Years P-2)

    Use some or all of the following suggestions to introduce your primary students to Madeline. The activities will extend their appreciation of the book and include aspects from right cross the curriculum. Some of the activities include: pocket chart activities, stick puppet theatres, story questions, character webs, following directions, a magic carpet ride, Madeline pictionary, creative writing, Paris and London landmarks and a readers' theatre.

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  10. Literature Unit: The Summer of the Swans (Years 6-8)

    A good book can touch our lives like a good friend. Within its pages are words and characters that can inspire us to achieve our highest ideals. We can turn to it for companionship, recreation, comfort and guidance. It can also give us a cherished story to hold in our hearts forever. Each unit contains activities such as sample lesson plans, pre-reading activities, pen sketch of the author, vocabulary lists, chapters grouped for study which contain quizzes, hands-on-projects and co-operative learning activities. Research ideas and options for evaluation are also included.

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