Ch 4: Teaching Bud, Not Buddy

About This Chapter

Check out some strategies for teaching 'Bud, Not Buddy,' including projects and activities, a lesson plan and more. Read on to find out how you can use these ideas and tools in your classroom.

Teaching Bud, Not Buddy - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers ideas and strategies for introducing your students to Christopher Paul Curtis's award-winning children's book Bud, Not Buddy. Study these lessons to find a lesson plan, ideas for discussion questions and activities. These lessons include the following:

  • Ideas for developing lessons
  • Suggestions for discussion questions
  • Topics for comprehension questions
  • Classroom activities based on Bud, Not Buddy

Bright, short and interesting lessons, well-written and skillfully presented, keep boredom at bay while providing comprehensive information. Lesson quizzes and a chapter test allow you to monitor your progress through the chapter and measure your overall mastery of the material. The user-friendly format, combined with lively writing, makes learning a pleasure.

How It Helps

  • Promotes reading enjoyment: You will find ideas that will help you build lessons that can encourage your students to read.
  • Aids reading comprehension: You can build on the material in these lessons to create well-founded comprehension questions based on the book.
  • Encourages student participation: With the material presented here, you will be able to create compelling questions for classroom discussion of the book.

Skills Covered

When you are finished, you should be able to:

  • Create well-written and well-developed lesson plans
  • Design interesting activities based on the book
  • Generate questions to inspire classroom discussion and confirm student comprehension

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