⭐These Digital Lessons in Google Slides contain five mini lessons focused on 4th & 5th grade visuals and multimedia skills in literature and cover an entire week of instruction and activities. Teachers can use this as a presentation for their mini lessons in school or virtually. This resource can also be used as self-guided lessons for virtual learning.
⭐In this interactive resource, students explore visual elements, oral readings, and multimedia presentations through a combination of anchor charts, embedded instructional videos, skill focused activities & questions, and integrated mentor text read alouds. Students can use the included Recommended Book List to access additional read aloud stories to continue to practice these important skills.
⭐This resource is aligned with RL.4.7 & RL.5.7. If you do not use Common Core, this packet is still perfect for teaching about visuals and multimedia in literature.
✏️Google Slides Format – Google Slides format makes this resource flexible for any classroom or distance learning need. Easily downloads to PowerPoint format.
✏️Integrated Mentor Texts – Contains YouTube links to popular mentor texts. This resource can be used alongside the featured mentor text, any of the texts in the Recommended Book List, or a book of the teacher’s choice.
✏️Embedded Video Lessons – Embedded skill focused video lessons engage students through audio-visual presentation and make learning fun.
✏️Skill Focused Activities – Questions and activities are skill focused to allow students to master each unique reading skill and strategy.
- How to Use This Resource Guide
- Daily Teacher Instructions
- Interactive Anchor Charts
- Interactive Activities
- Skill Focused Video Lesson
- Visuals and Multimedia Reading Exercises
- Visuals and Multimedia in Literature Review
- Recommended Book List
*Answer Key Included
Featured Mentor Texts:
“Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost via YouTube
“The Bad Guys” by Aaron Blabey via YouTube
“Winter Sport” by Anonymous via YouTube
“Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll via YouTube