Eighth-grade students continue to build their critical reading and analysis skills. As they do this, they must find evidence both in the text and from alternate sources to support their thoughts and the conclusions they draw from the text.
Students should read fiction and nonfiction texts in a variety of formats, including graphic novels, infographics, magazines/newspapers, and websites.
In addition, they should be given the opportunity to write about what they read and create effective presentations.
Our library lesson plans align with AASL and Common Core State Standards.
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