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Where is Max? (Rookie Readers Level A) (A…
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Where is Max? (Rookie Readers Level A) (A Rookie Reader) (edició 2001)

de Mary E. Pearson (Autor), Samantha Walker (Il·lustrador)

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When the class gerbil escapes from his cage, the children look everywhere for it and find a way to get it to return home.
Membre:lforre5
Títol:Where is Max? (Rookie Readers Level A) (A Rookie Reader)
Autors:Mary E. Pearson (Autor)
Altres autors:Samantha Walker (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Children's Press (2001), 24 pages
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Where is Max? de Mary E. Pearson

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I really liked the book "Where is Max?" I liked this book because it shows young students many examples of opposite words. One example of opposite words that the book uses is inside and outside. Not only does the book write examples but it also has illustration examples of the opposite words. Another example of opposite words is far and near. Overall this book did a great job at showing opposites to young children and I give the book a 5/5. ( )
  cpresl1 | Mar 10, 2020 |
This is a pattern book that has images that helps students recognized the pattern in the book. it is a great book to use for beginner readers because they are able to look at the images to recognized the pattern of the words. ( )
  Efuent2 | Mar 10, 2020 |
I like this book because it is good practice for choral reading and can also be used to help teach problem, solution, setting, and opposites. The repeated phrase "Where is Max?" is easy for students to follow along with and predict when it is coming in the book. The main problem in the book is the title of the book, which is easily identifiable for students and proposes the easy solution: we need to find Max. Setting can be taught by asking where are they looking? Where in the classroom are they? Are they outside? Where? Students can use the illustrations to help them figure out the solution. This book also demonstrates opposites. Opposites are usually taught in early childhood education, but this is a good book to use for that. Each time they look for Max it is in opposites: "We look high. We look low." "We look inside. We look outside." I would use this book in a kindergarten classroom or for basic level first grade.
  sonyaw26 | Mar 10, 2020 |
This is a great pattern book. The repetitive phrases throughout the book such as "we look..." make it predictable for beginning readers or ELLs. The illustrations throughout the book are also very helpfu. Even if a student didn't know the words, they could look at the pictures and use the cues to guess what the words say. For example, when the book says, "we look high, we look low," there is a picture of the students literally looking up high and down low. I recommend this as a great resource for a pattern book! ( )
  adento3 | Mar 10, 2020 |
I would rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. This pattern book is one kids could easily pick up on by using their cuing systems to read along to or with someone. It would be a good book to go with a lesson about opposites. The pictures gave great context clues for if a child is stuck. One thing I would add would be a first page with a picture of Max with a caption reading, “This is Max.” This way the reader knows beforehand what they are looking for.
  lforre5 | Mar 10, 2020 |
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