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|Other Titles:||Using Picture Books as a Guide for Junior High School Students' Reading and Writing-Taking a Picture Book Entitled ＂Hu Li Fu Dan＂ as an Example|
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The curriculums for further reading and writing are designed by using an article entitled ＂Cao Cao Diao Xia Qu Le＂ in Kang Hsuan textbook as a model and the subjects of the study are the seventh graders in the same junior high school. The reading activity has spanned three months and the writing activities have been conducted in three periods. The activity sheets are designed according to the subjects' ability and their life experiences. Through the students' works, the conclusions are made as follows. 1. Picture books are deeply loved by junior high school students and are a good means to guide students to do further reading. 2. Picture book writing, which is different from conventional writing, can motivate students' interest in writing and inspire their imagination and creativity. Suggestions: 1. Divide the students into different groups based on their ability to introduce suitable picture books and set specific teaching goals. 2. Make use of model essay teaching to cultivate students' writing concepts and skills and all the reading activities are warm-up activities for writing. 3. Integrate art teaching and technology teaching to elevate beauty and quality of students' writing works. 4. Utilize picture books as a scaffold of narrative writing for the seventh graders to laid a good foundation for the eighth graders to undergo a novel creating course.
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