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Daven Trammell Quiz Chapter 5: Literary Arts SEED Strategies Directions: Please select eight SEED strategies in chapter

five from the categories listed below. List the title of the SEED strategy and the page # from the textbook. Below the title, copy the full description of the strategy from the book. See the example posted if needed. Literary Art Warm Up/Energizer Title: Tongue Twisters and Lip Blisters Page # 125 Description: Examples- Bugs Black Blood, Swiss Wrist Watch, Six Sick Sheep. All of these simple warm ups gets everyone puckered and giggling, relaxed, and ready to do creative work. The internet also has tongue twisters for any topic that may pertain to what is being learned in the classroom. Notes:

Literary Element Title: Character Graph Page # 127 Description: Make a graph with boxes at least 1 inch square and width enough spaces on the X and Y axes to write the names of important characters. List the names twice: on the left side in a vertical column and then at the top cross the row of squares. Where two names intersect, students write in how characters interacted or related. Notes:

Literary Art & Science Title: Life Science Page # 129 Description: Arnold, C. (2009). A platypus world. Picture Window Books. Notes

Literary Art & Social Studies Title: Biography Boxes Page #132 Description: Students fill boxes with objects, pictures, and poems that may have been important to a person. Boxes are shared. Students learn that things used or seen each day are also things famous individuals used. Notes:

Literary Art & Language Title: Picture Book Art Criticism Page #134 Description: Teach students how to see and discuss art, thereby increasing comprehension of a picture book. Reference key is on page 134 1. List and describe everything you see (subject matter, shapes, lines, and techniques). 2. Analyze and connect the things you see (Tell about the relationship between the two).

3. Describe the mood (Emotions). 4. Draw conclusions about the meaning (Explain what you think the art is about). 5. Evaluate the goodness of the art. (Give your opinion). 6. Speculate (Give ideas). Notes:

Literary Art & Math Title: Story Problems Page # 135 Description: use math based literature to create story problems. For example, in Carles The Very Hungry Caterpillar, the caterpillar eats a certain number of things each day. How many total items did he eat? Notes:

Literary Art & Math Title: Math Poetry Page # 135 Description: Many types of poetry depend on math concepts for their construction. Show students different poem patterns to use to write math poems. Notes:

Energizers and Warm- Ups Title: Rhyme Change Page # 126 Description: Nursery rhymes and other chants and poems are great verbal warm-ups for creative thinking. For example: Hickory Dickery Dock, a mouse ran up the ... students supply rhymes). Change vowel sounds for phonemic development: Dack, Deck, and so forth. Notes: