Transform your Students into Non-Fiction Writers
Encourage your students to think creatively about spiders—how they are shaped, individual traits, and visual characteristics. Then, enable them to apply that creativity towards improving their understanding and of non-fiction writing.
The Writing Reflection will help you:
Develop critical thinking skills in your students through reflective image questions
Encourage students to express themselves through reflective poetry
Build reasoning skills in your students by helping them discuss, listen, and share ideas with their peers
The Science Magazine will:
Teach students about spider superstitions and offer you talking points to disprove them
Motivate students to think deeply about different kinds of spiders and their role in our ecosystem today
Allow you to expand upon additional topics related to spiders and provide more guiding questions to your students
The Field Journal will:
Provide examples of non-fiction writing and technical drawing
Give you online resources to provide additional guidance to your students as they write and draw about their findings
Inspire students to create non-fiction stories of their own and use their time to produce technical drawings
For more Along Came a Spider Resources visit the Along Came a Spider Project Plan page.