5 read aloud journal book reflections

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This assignment is a Read Aloud Journal. In your Read Aloud Journal, you will respond to five of the eleven (20 points each) suggested children’s books. Below are eleven books recommended by the textbook author. For this assignment you will select five books in which to respond. You can read the book and write a read aloud journal reflection using the prompt.

Course # Read Aloud Journal This assignment is a Read Aloud Journal. In your Read Aloud Journal, you will respond to five of the eleven (20 points each) suggested children’s books. Below are eleven books recommended by the textbook author. For this assignment you will select five books in which to respond. You can read the book and write a read aloud journal reflection using the prompt. Chapter 1 Read: The Art Lesson (DePaola, 1989). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: What were the goals the following people had for Tomie: Tomie’s cousins, Tomie’s parents, the kindergarten teacher, the first-grade teacher, and the first-grade art teacher? Do you think Tomie’s compromise was an acceptable solution to this problem? Do you think this book should be read to young children? What will they learn from it? What questions must you ask to make it meaningful to them? Chapter 2 Read: Art Lessons (Schick, 1987). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: Why is Adrienne a good example of a facilitating teacher? Chapter 3 Read: Harold and the Purple Crayon (Johnson, 1955). After reading, ask students to imagine they are holding a crayon. Have them work in pairs. One should draw a shape or object and have their partners guess what they drew, and then reverse roles. Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: Will reading this book inspire or frustrate a child who is still scribbling? How can this book be used as a transition into open-ended drawing activities? How could it be acted out by young children? Can this book be misused with young children? What should be avoided? Chapter 4 Read: On My Beach There Are Many Pebbles (Lionni, 1961). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: For what age level is this book most appealing? What related activities could accompany this book? How does this book teach children to appreciate beauty? Chapter 5 Read: Regards to the Man in the Moon (Keats, 1981). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: How can this book be used to help children work together better? What arts activities can this book accompany? Other books to read aloud or display: All the Colors We Are (Kissenger, 1994) The Black Book of Colors (Cottin & Faria, 2006) The Cloud (Cumming, 2010) Same, Same but Different (Kostecki-Shaw, 2011) 1 Course # Chapter 6 Read: Architectural Colors (Crosbie & Rosenthal, 1993) or The Big Orange Splot (Pinkwater, 1977). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: What age child would enjoy this book? What are some related activities (graph house colors, walk in community, etc.)? Chapter 8 Read: The Dot (Reynolds, 2003). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: What are the most important things a teacher must do to make every child a learner? Is this always possible? How do the two curriculum designs—the project approach and integrated units—help children be more successful? What role do the arts play in this process? Chapter 9 Read: Sky Color (Reynolds, 2012). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: Which model of child art development does this book reflect? Chapter 10 Read: My Family Plays Music (Cox, 2003). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: How do the different musical choices each family member makes reflect the influence of cultural and experiential factors? Chapter 11 Read: Song and Dance Man (Acherman, 2003). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: Who taught you how to dance? What factors have influenced how you feel about moving your body in public spaces? Chapter 12 Read: Dancing Masks of Africa (Price, 1975). Read Aloud Journal Reflection Prompt: What are some ways to help children identify with and understand the tradition of African masks? Should this book be accompanied by large visuals or actual masks? 2

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Read Aloud Journal Book Reflections
Chapter 4
On My Beach There Are Many Pebbles (Lionni, 1961).
For what age level is this book most appealing?
This book would be most appealing to children of age between 4-8years.
What related activities could accompany this book?
This would be a great book for children who live close to the beach and are visiting the beach.
The accompanying activities would thus involve travelling and adventures.
How does this book teach children to appreciate beauty?
Lionni book is well wonderfully illustrated book about the beauty of the beach. The children are
introduced to creative thinking, observing things from diverse perceptions, classifying, sorting,
patterns, and various science and math concepts. Though not written as a concept book, the
language and illustrations in the book instill children with ideologies to view normal objects
from new point of view. It is a great way of introducing natural beauty of the world to chiledren
Chapter 5

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Regards to the Man in the Moon (Keats, 1981).
How can this book be used to help children work together better?
At the beginning of the book one of our key character...

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