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Library Time! What’s the PROBLEM? Here’s the SOLUTION!
As we read the story of Molly Lou Melon, she comes across many problems throughout her day, but always finds the solution. Students will learn the reading comprehension skill of Problem & Solution as we enjoy this fun book by Patty Lovell.
Amber Couch, M. Library Science
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It's Library Time with Ms. Couch! Ask students what a problem is, then ask about the solution. I’ll explain we will be reading a story with a few different problems that must be solved. I’ll read the story Molly Lou Melon Has Fun by Patty Lovell. Talk about her different problems and how she solved them (grandma said no TV, so she watched the clouds). Then talk about how she and her friend had a problem and how the friend was able to solve it (Gertie was bored, used her imagination)....
Students will be able to read and comprehend fiction by defining the main idea. Students will be able to match the problem and solution cards.
My name is Amber Couch. I have been working in education for almost two decades as a homeschool English teacher, a middle and high school librarian, and an elementary teacher. I am a graduate of Nevada State College with a Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education and a Masters of Science in Library Science from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The best part of my job is helping students find their next favorite book. It brings me great joy to talk about books with kids, teachers, or parents. I can talk magic schools, dragons, space odysseys, love triangles, and tragic teenage angst all day. All my English lessons start with a novel, and are supported with articles, websites, virtual field trips, and cross-curricular units that delve into history, science, anthropology, and even astronomy.
Students will participate in weekly class discussions on topics related to the book.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Amber Couch, M. Library ScienceTeacher. Librarian. Lesson creator.
14 total reviews
22 completed classes
My name is Amber Couch. I have been working in education for almost two decades as a homeschool English teacher, a middle and high school librarian, and an elementary teacher. I am a graduate of Nevada State College with a Bachelor's of Science in...