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The Best Young Adult Books Contest presents a program that involves the whole classroom in an effort to plan, develop, and perform a mock "academy awards" show. The reader is guided through each and every step of the process, beginning with students reading and nominating books in eight categories and ending with a full-fledged production. Full of reproducible handouts, fo The Best Young Adult Books Contest presents a program that involves the whole classroom in an effort to plan, develop, and perform a mock "academy awards" show. The reader is guided through each and every step of the process, beginning with students reading and nominating books in eight categories and ending with a full-fledged production. Full of reproducible handouts, forms, templates, and student-written scripts, The Best Young Adult Books Contest is a classroom simulation that promotes the reading of YA literature and allows all students to cultivate a variety of skills, including reading, written and oral communication, performing and visual arts, and technology.


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The Best Young Adult Books Contest presents a program that involves the whole classroom in an effort to plan, develop, and perform a mock "academy awards" show. The reader is guided through each and every step of the process, beginning with students reading and nominating books in eight categories and ending with a full-fledged production. Full of reproducible handouts, fo The Best Young Adult Books Contest presents a program that involves the whole classroom in an effort to plan, develop, and perform a mock "academy awards" show. The reader is guided through each and every step of the process, beginning with students reading and nominating books in eight categories and ending with a full-fledged production. Full of reproducible handouts, forms, templates, and student-written scripts, The Best Young Adult Books Contest is a classroom simulation that promotes the reading of YA literature and allows all students to cultivate a variety of skills, including reading, written and oral communication, performing and visual arts, and technology.

47 review for The Best Young Adult Books Contest: A Simulation for the Language Arts Classroom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tena Edlin

    I wish I had skimmed this book in a store instead of buying my own copy. There were some good ideas, especially for writing and filming book trailers, but I don’t think I’d ever follow the author’s process in detail for this project, so it would take a LOT of modification. That said, I can see why his students enjoy it. I bet it’s something they look forward to experiencing from year to year.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    I love the way this book aligns with Common Core yet the requirements of the assignment make it feel like it is much more fun than assigned projects. I think this is a great source for many teachers to use with Language Arts classes for the 6-8 grade levels. This book is filled with reproducible materials to be used for the projects but also allows teachers to come up with their own ways to incorporate these tools into other lessons or break the overall project down into smaller sections.

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