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Author Study: Eve Bunting Discuss this eTheme.

These sites are about author Eve Bunting and her works. Read interview transcripts and watch videos. There are teaching ideas and lesson plans for using picture books to teach about character development, plot development and conflict resolution, and the six traits of writing. Includes lesson plans to connect the books with real-life and historical events. There is a link to eThemes Resource on story elements.

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Read the author's biography, an interview transcript, and her works. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This page has a brief biography and short descriptions about her books. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Watch video interviews with Even Bunting about her childhood and writings.
This lesson plan has teaching ideas and activities that use picture books to teach character development.
Students use picture books to explore plot development and conflict resolution.
This page has suggested activities and lesson plans to go along with pictures by Eve Bunting.
Here are teacher guides with suggested classroom activities to go along with books by Eve Bunting.
Read an interview transcript about Pop's Bridge.
Here are some suggested ideas to integrate "Terrible Things" to holocaust, civil rights, and internment.
In this lesson plan, students will learn about Vietnam wars and veterans through "The Wall". Note: This site includes ads.
These sites have hands-on activities and graphic organizers to help students understand the different story elements, including plot, setting, and characterization. Also learn about sequencing and cause and effect. There are links to eThemes Resources on character traits, book activities, and graphic organizers.

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