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    • Trade-books In The Elementary Classroom By Chen Ni
    • Introduction
      • Article 1.- Using Trade Books in the Classroom
      • Article 2.-Trade Books
      • Article 3.-Children's Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom
      • Conclusion
      • Reference
    • Trade Books In The Classroom
      • Trade books can be successful use in the classroom.
        • Trade books is width range for the topics. It compare with one topic textbook. In addition, it also can expand the topic by including fictional setting, or alternatively, a non-fiction account from real life.
    • Trade Books In The Classroom
      • Trade books demand the interesting of topic to students.
        • Teachers can build the activities based around the trade book. students can in additional improving their vocabulary development during the activities. All activities can be created by based on the book, it could including, history, mathematic, science, social science, geography, etc.
    • Trade Books In The Classroom
      • Personal opinion
        • I like the ideas from the articles. Using the trade books to teach different topic in the classroom will helping to create the enthusiasm of students. teachers could an different type of activities to improve the knowledge of students, in stead of just always use the only type of activities in the class.
        • http://www.articlesbase.com/k-12-education-articles/using-trade-books-in-the-classroom-604853.html
    • Trade Books
      • The trade books are helping independent study.
        • Students are a dedicated reader who can find a great deal of interesting material, both fiction or nonfiction.
        • The trade books are the important material to help students to find the interesting material for their independent study.
    • Trade Books
      • Trade books are helping “poor readers” improving their reading skill.
        • The “poor readers” can do a better job to read a easy book than to read a challenge book.
        • When readers interesting in the books they are reading, then, the read skill of these readers are improving.
    • Trade Books
      • Personal opinion.
        • I like the ideas had shown from the articles. Some times the textbooks make students bored, then, decrease the interesting of reading. However, the trade books helps students become enthused to reading. When students feel enjoy their books, then, they will be improved.
        • http://www.teacherneedhelp.com/students/trade.htm
    • Children's Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom
      • Book in the article
        • This article it a summary article of the book, Exploring the Literature of Fact. According to the article, the book has six chapters, these are all helping teachers to using the non-fiction book in their classroom teaching .
    • Children's Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom
      • Pre-service & In-service
        • The trade books provide both pre-service and in-service to teachers who are interest in selecting and using well-written and informative nonfiction in the elementary classroom.
      • Fact in the classroom
        • Although, teachers have many non-fiction books are able to use in their classroom, the big question is how to use the books.
    • Children's Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom
      • Personal Opinion
        • According to this article, I read a idea about how to using the trade book with correct track in the elementary school. From my idea, I consider that trade books play a important role in the classroom, however, not the all trade books are able to use in the classroom because some of them may bring the negative outcome.
    • Conclusion
      • From these three articles, I learned more information about using trade books in the classroom. The trade books are able to help students improve their knowledge because the topic of trade books are width, it almost cover all different area. In addition, more different activities available be created based on the books. However, to chose a right book also is important for teachers because not all the trade books available be used in the classroom teaching, some of the books may bring the opposite result.
      • http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3626/is_200504/ai_n14900807/?tag=content;col1
    • Reference
      • --, (2008). Using trade books in the classroom. Articlesbase. http://www.articlesbase.com/k-12-education-articles/using-trade-books-in-the-classroom-604853.html
      • --,(--). Trade books. Students can learn on their own. http://www.teacherneedhelp.com/students/
      • Johnson, K. (2005). Exploring the Literature of Fact: Children's Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom. BNET. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3626/is_200504/ai_n14900807/pg_2/?tag=content;col1