Please Write in This Book

Please Write in This Book[Download] ➾ Please Write in This Book By Mary Amato – Heartforum.co.uk When a teacher leaves a blank book in the Writer s Corner for her students to find, with the instructions Please Write in this Book, she hopes it will encourage her students to talk to one another in When a teacher leaves a in This PDF Ì blank book in the Writer s Corner for her students to find, with Please Write Epub / the instructions Please Write in This Book, she hopes it will encourage her students to talk to one another Write in This Kindle × in its pages They do, and the result is an epic classroom battle.

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Please Write in This Book eBook Û Please Write  Epub
  • Hardcover
  • 97 pages
  • Please Write in This Book
  • Mary Amato
  • English
  • 22 July 2019
  • 0823419320

10 thoughts on “Please Write in This Book

  1. Darla says:

    The notes and pictures that 3rd graders add to a blank notebook that Ms Wurtz leaves in her Writing Corner for them to find As could be predicted, there are students who want there to be rules for the contributions Others do not A conflict arises and the teacher encourages the students to work it out by listening to each other As one might predict there is a fondness for writing about gross things like puking and other bodily functions The handwriting is easily distinguishable from one e The notes and pictures that 3rd graders add to a blank notebook that Ms Wurtz leaves in her Writing Corner for them to find As could be predicted, there are students who want there to be rules for the contributions Others do not A conflict arises and the teacher encourages the students to work it out by listening to each other As one might predict there is a fondness for writing about gross things like puking and other bodily functions The handwriting is easily distinguishable from one entry to the next The artwork is adorable There is much to be learned about elementary classroom dynamics from a perusal of this book

  2. N_kellie says:

    Hello boys and girls, You have found this book I hid it in the writer s corner, hoping you would During center time, you can choose to come to the writer s corner and write in this journal Write about anything you want Leave it for other students to find and write in, too I want you to talk to one another in these pages And that s just what the students in this class do..Please write in this Book had me laughing out loud These characters seemed so real, I almost imagined my own 3rd gr Hello boys and girls, You have found this book I hid it in the writer s corner, hoping you would During center time, you can choose to come to the writer s corner and write in this journal Write about anything you want Leave it for other students to find and write in, too I want you to talk to one another in these pages And that s just what the students in this class do..Please write in this Book had me laughing out loud These characters seemed so real, I almost imagined my own 3rd graders at the authors Each entry, written in a different font for each student so the reader can easily identify who is writing, begins with the date and ends with the student s name What the students write next and what they consider to be controversial illustrations, and comments, had me anxious to read this book from cover to cover They bicker, make fun of one other, question if they are using the book the way their teacher has indented, write narratives, and include things like Lizzy, I love your poem And you picture You are sooo talented P.S I agree with you Classroom feuds are shared in an interesting format as their love for writing is captured, even if they don t even know it The students even included humorous pencil drawings, from doodles of hearts and smiley faces, to Tyrone with mucus coming out of his honker The book ends with the class solving their problems and work together to write one big story A final journal entry from the teacher lets them know how glad she was that they figured out how to work together, and since the book is out of pages she ll have to get a new one I think this book would be great to start your very own hidden writing center book, although I might start our own class journal first, then, share this one so the kids don t get any ideas A perfect mentor text to show voice, this text could be used in a 2 5th grade classroom This book is sure to be a hit with the girls AND the boys

  3. Amanda Engelking says:

    This was the first selection in our summer family book club A joy to read, cute, funny and sweet.

  4. Madeleine S*Books says:

    This is a very interesting book I love how it is like how real children would write it The reason I found this book is because my mother suggested it and I am glad she did I think this a great book A good three stars.Like I said I absolutely love how the author wrote it I recommend this book to elementary school kids It s also really funny for comedy lovers I hope you enjoy this book the way I did

  5. June says:

    A teacher leaves a book with instructions for the students to write in it A boy and girl have a disagreement and concerning what is appropriate and the results bring an ultimatum from the teacher or the book will be taken away.

  6. Jaime says:

    It wants to be Diary of a Wimpy Kid but never quite gets there.

  7. Chloe Pearl says:

    SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO funny A favorite of mine with Fish in a Tree, Out of my Mind, a Mango Shaped Space, and Strawberry Hill.

  8. Kimberly says:

    It feels like a different lifetime ago that I was a 2nd grade teacher And in certain good ways this book brought me to that time that was one of the hardest times in my life What I was hoping for in a teaching career versus the reality was something hard to deal with and then when my brother died during my 2 and a half year of teaching, it was all out the window This book, set in an elementary school classroom, with a teacher who loves writing and has a communal class notebook sounds exactl It feels like a different lifetime ago that I was a 2nd grade teacher And in certain good ways this book brought me to that time that was one of the hardest times in my life What I was hoping for in a teaching career versus the reality was something hard to deal with and then when my brother died during my 2 and a half year of teaching, it was all out the window This book, set in an elementary school classroom, with a teacher who loves writing and has a communal class notebook sounds exactly like something I would ve done in my classroom And for that I enjoyed this book even though it was quite silly It made me reflect on how far I ve come since I was a teacher and am grateful I found the career for me now as a librarian

  9. Sean Harding says:

    A month in the life of students who are given a blank book to write in and we read as the feuds and then the reconciliations occur some interesting observations on group culture are shown.Addendum read this one again for differing reasons it does hold up as per the previous comments, although someexploration of the motives behind what the people did could have been helpful.

  10. Michelle says:

    A teacher leaves a notebook in the Writer s Corner in her classroom and encourages anyone who finds it to write about whatever they want The only problem is the entries start to get mean.

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