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Setting Definitions

Setting -- found at Notes in the Margin

Setting Lessons and Activities

Setting (PDF) -- a graphic organizer for identifying the elements of setting


Three Elements of Setting Development (PDF)-- found at Read*Write*Think


Recording the Setting Bookmark (PDF) -- found at Read*Write*Think


Setting Graphic Organizer (PDF) -- found at the Educator's Reference Desk


Setting Comparison (PDF) -- found at Scholastic

Picture Books That Are Great for Teaching Setting

bulletby Eve Bunting
bulletSo Far From the Sea
bulletby Eve Bunting
bulletTrain to Somewhere
bulletby Eve Bunting
bulletby Bryan Collier
bulletOnce Upon a Time
bulletby Niki Daly
bulletThe Moon Ring
bulletby Randy Duburke
bulletWater Hole Waiting
bulletby Jane and Christopher Kurtz
bulletby George Lyon
bulletCanoe Days
bulletby Gary Paulsen
bulletPink and Say
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletPink y Say/Pink and Say
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletThunder Cake
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletThe Relatives Came
bulletby Cynthia Rylant
bulletWhen I Was Young in the Mountains
bulletby Cynthia Rylant
bulletAurora Means Dawn
bulletby Scott Russell Sanders



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