“Watch, Observe, Be Patient”
by Traci Swain
Watch this teacher review of Ordinary People Change the World: I Am Jane Goodall for tips on how to introduce the beloved world-famous scientist, environmentalist, and champion of animal rights to your students.
Did you know? Your students probably have more in common with Jane Goodall than they ever imagined!
Eileen O’Rourke from Carlstadt Public School in Carlstadt, New Jersey, loves how Ordinary People Change the World: I Am Jane Goodall makes a legendary scientist and researcher approachable for kids. Her second graders love the book so much that they reread it again and again.
Watch Eileen’s review to see how this week’s Dollar Deal could be the perfect supplement to your Women’s History Month lesson plan.
Eileen loves using I Am Jane Goodall to inspire turn and talks and journal-writing classroom activities. What activities would you use to teach this book? We’d love to hear from you! Please share on social media using the hashtag #ScholasticBookClubs.
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