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寄件者: MSN 別名MAYFISH1  (原始留言) 傳送時間: 2005/12/9 上午 07:52
◎文/朵琳•克羅寧
 ◎圖/哈利•布里斯
上誼/出版
•ISBN : 957-762-359-X
   
  內  容:
作者以一隻小蚯蚓的觀點,用寫日記的方式記錄了學校、家庭、朋友之間的生活點滴,還有對自我、未來的想法;全文詼諧幽默,插畫生動有趣,除了以擬人化的角度介紹蚯蚓的特色(幫助地球呼吸、頭和屁股長得一個樣、會吃掉回家功課…..)外,更帶出「生物多樣性」的概念,讓讀者從不同族類的立場,重新對習以為常的論點有了新的思考與判斷(人類的樂趣──釣魚、玩跳房子,卻是蚯蚓的災難;人類丟棄的垃圾,在蚯蚓生活中卻極富實用價值……)。

  《蚯蚓的日記》兼具圖畫書與日記的魅力,讓孩子從另一種生物──有別於他們熟悉的哺乳動物──的角度來看世界。它的迷人之處,便在於即使故事主角和我們是如此的不同,卻有如鄰家男孩般的親切:他和我們一樣有喜歡和不喜歡的事、有改不掉的小習慣、會作惡夢、會調皮搗蛋、偶爾和朋友吵吵鬧鬧、對未來也有番遠大的理想;雖然渺小,但不會因此否定自己存在的價值。故事不僅與讀者產生了連結,也帶來了樂觀、正向、多元的思考。

  本書從蚯蚓本身的特色,以及擬人化的趣味,不但可以讓孩子在翻閱的過程中享受「異中有同」的樂趣與共鳴,「日記體」的形式,更是一個用圖文記錄自己生活的鮮活示範,讓孩子運用附贈的小日記本,從父母的陪伴、引導和鼓勵中,發掘另一個可以自由表達自我的方式和天地。 <以上圖文取自信誼網站資料>

這書很有趣哦! 從書堛瑤厭滬順}始的可愛,直到封底都不忘來個幽默式的結束

對於書中那六百句的早安,早安,早安,早安...........讓我們都笑歪了,真是太可愛了.

認識蚯蚓:

< 台灣蚯蚓資料庫>

蚯蚓外部型態 

為何下過大雨後的清晨,會有許多蚯蚓奄奄一息? (990720)

蚯蚓大量鑽出地面的異常現象 (991026)

台灣蚯蚓的交配行為000105

蚯蚓會叫嗎?000316



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寄件者: MSN 別名綺媽a 傳送時間: 2005/12/9 上午 09:59
我在班上帶這本書時, 孩子們愛死了..(是公園常見的生物. 很有親切感 )
而且很驚訝  蚯蚓竟然 一次只生 一顆蛋..
一顆 小小的蛋..
 
問小朋友  有沒有人看過蚯蚓的蛋?? ( 我就沒看過)
竟然 有人看過ㄟ-- 原來她家是做 園藝的, 她爸養了好多好多蚯蚓....
 
然後大家討論.. 如果我是蚯蚓....
孩子們的想像力 真是  豐富ㄚ....


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寄件者: MSN 別名蠟筆小黑 傳送時間: 2005/12/9 上午 10:36
這本書我門家看了快半年,
非常有趣幽默的一本書,是本難得的"日記形式"的圖畫書!
 
而且裡面的圖案也非常有趣,
你可以想樣蚯蚓全家旅行去哪裡?
堆肥島之旅! 哈哈哈~~
 
我們家哥哥笑得最開心的其中一篇日記在6月15日:
我姊姊覺得自己美極了!
我告訴她,不管自己花多少時間照鏡子,
她的臉永遠長得跟他的屁股一個樣。
(接著右頁寫著)
蜘蛛覺得這真的很好笑。
媽媽可不這樣想。
 
我家姊姊則開始小小的日記本了......
 


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寄件者: chenninii 傳送時間: 2005/12/9 下午 02:51
天哪!小魚媽
這本書,我們之前真的沒有討論過嗎?!
這本真是超幽默和爆笑的說
 
我覺得那隻小蚯蚓,就像是個無邪的孩子
總是直言一些大家都無法接受的 "實話"
例如:叫姐姐不用照鏡子和打扮,不論怎麼扮,頭和屁股還是一個樣!
 
這本書,真的一定要唸,用唸的,效果更ㄅㄧㄤˋ
 
書中,還有一段,是我的寫照
話說:
我每天早上要在校門口迎學生上學,放學在校門口送少爺小姐們回家
學生問早,道再見,我都一一微笑答覆
突然有一天,站在我旁邊的小妮說:媽媽,妳好像那蚯蚓日記裡的蚯蚓喔!
啊!~~~~
『爺爺說要有禮貌,有一天早上我出門的時候遇見第一隻螞蟻,我說早,第二隻........那後面接著600隻ㄋ』
每次唸到這裡,都會掩書大笑
(大意如此,書沒在手邊,但那畫面仍浮現腦海)
 
這書裡還有一些經典童書作品的影子喔!
翻看一下蝴蝶頁
就會有驚奇的發現
不信的人,試試看~~~~~
 
鄭重推薦,沒讀過的人,不可錯過


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寄件者: MSN 別名MAYFISH1 傳送時間: 2005/12/9 下午 04:19
妮媽,有啦,有人介紹過,但未拉出,在某話題下......於是我...是來"補好書書目"的啦


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我們家哥哥也看過這本,真的很好笑,
那種調皮搗蛋的說話法,我家哥哥都笑翻了


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寄件者: MSN 別名shellybubu 傳送時間: 2005/12/11 下午 07:33
這本書真的很棒!!我們是先在圖書館借到中文版, 前陣子才買到英文版的.
 
我們也是看到MAY 1那頁(第二張圖) ,就笑到不行
MAY 1
Grandpa taught us that good manners are very important. So today I said "good morning" to the first ant I saw.
There were 600 more of them in line. I stood there all day.
Laughing 1
還有......4月15日忘帶午餐,就把功課給吃了......
APRIL 15
I forgot my lunch today. I got so hungry that  I ate my homework. My teacher made me write " I will not eat my homework" ten times.
When I was finished, I ate taht, too!!!!!
ROTFL
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忘了提上則留言的圖片是轉貼自Amazon.
還有!!這本書的作者Doreen Cronin 就是寫(Click, Clack Moo: Cows That Type)的作者喔!
Lesson Plan

Diary of a WormThen What Happened?
based on Diary of a Worm
by Doreen Cronin
Grades: K–3

View and print the student activity sheet (PDF)



About the Book
Recorded from March 20th to August 1st, this is the diary of a worm with a busy life. If hes not trying to teach Spider how to dig (no luck there), hes doing the hokey pokey at a school dance (a partial success). Often attired in a distinctive red baseball cap, this little brown worm has endearing adventures at home, at school, and on the playground.

Set the Stage
Get students ready to read by showing the cover and talking about the title and pictures.

  • What kind of animal is holding the pencil? What is the worm doing?
  • The worm in the story keeps a diary. What is a diary? Have you, or anyone you know, kept one? What kinds of things (dates, thoughts, feelings, pictures) are written or drawn in a diary? Why do you think people keep diaries?
  • What do you know about real worms?

Review
After students have enjoyed the book, lead a lively discussion with these questions:

  • Which page(s) made you laugh? Why?
  • What do you notice about the illustrations on the inside front and back covers? Why do you think the illustrations are in frames, with tape on the corners, and with captions under each?
  • Why are the illustrations important to the book?
  • What kind of research do you think the author and illustrator did to create this book?

Student Activity
This reproducible will help children check their understanding of the sequence of events from the story.

Related Activities
To extend students' enjoyment of the book, try these:

  • Curtain Going Up: Have students use brown paper bags and crayons to create puppets of the worm and other characters in the story. (Have children hold the bag with the opening at the bottom. Use the flap on the bag for the mouth. Children insert their hands into the bag, opening and closing the flap as the character talks.? Ask students to put on a show about the life of the worm in the story.
  • Dear Diary: As a group, write some diary entries by an animal other than a worm, such as a bee or a bird. Include a date and an illustration for each page. If you like, create a Big Book called Diary of a ______ and place it in the class library.
  • Act It Out: Worms crawl, but how do other animals get around? Play a pantomime game: Create a stack of cards, each card showing an animal in motion (bird flying, snake crawling), along with the name of the animal. Have a student select a card and act out for the class the animal on the go. Have students in class identify the animal. The child who correctly identifies the animal gets to act out the next one.
  • Book Report Card: Talk about the worms report card (which is illustrated on the inside front cover of the book). Then create a report card for Diary of a Worm, giving it letter grades for Story, Illustrations, and other categories students suggest.
  • Watch Them Go!: Order real worms from an approved educational supply company. Keep a class journal of observations: size, color, means of locomotion, diet, and behavior. Later, through research, find out about worms?natural habitat. Talk about the ways in which worms help the earth. Record the information on a chart.
  • Animal Mural: As a class, create a mural of animal life in your school neighborhood. Using a large sheet of butcher-block paper taped to a wall, divided into three horizontal sections: above ground, on the ground, below the ground. Discuss which animals live or work in each area. Then ask volunteers to use crayons and markers to illustrate the animals and other things in nature.
  • We Want More!: Do students like books by Doreen Cronin? If so, try: Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type and Giggle, Giggle, Quack.

Lesson Developed by Dr. Susan Shafer
Dr. Susan Shafer is a former elementary school teacher with more than twenty years of classroom experience and a doctorate in education from Teachers College, Columbia University. While teaching she received special recognition for her innovative, theme-based teaching methods. The author of two books for children and numerous articles for adults, Susan is presently a freelance writer, editor, and educational consultant.

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 還有一些相關的網站提供參考 ~以下轉貼自http://jromanshek.tripod.com/wormunitstudentpages.htm
Introduction

"I am long and round; I live underground. If you dig your garden, that's where I'll be found.
Who am I?"

An earthworm! worm drawing

In this webquest you will be a scientist and create the perfect home for a worm and a night
crawler. You will visit Internet sites, read books, and through observation, find out more about
what an earthworm looks like up close and personal.

Task

We have been assigned to learn more about earthworms and night crawlers but our classroom
is not set up to accommodate these creatures. What changes will need to be made to the
classroom in order for these animals to survive?

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Process worm with glasses graphic worm with glasses graphic worm with glasses graphic

Research and Preparation For Worms:

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Activity One: Food grocery bag graphic

1. A good scientist always keeps an organized record of his/her observations and thoughts.
Use your journals writing hand graphic to record information from the worm resources on:
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy9.html
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/wormdeli/index.html

Do you know what worms pink worm graphic eat?
http://www.smm.org/sln/tf/w/worms/worms/eat/eat2.html

2. Make a page writing pad graphicfor our class book with food grocery bag graphicpictures. Cut out of a magazine
or draw a picture of a food. Add the sentence "Worms eat…and the picture of the food." or
"Worms don't eat …….and the picture of the food." depending on the food.

3. Take a quiz as to what kinds of foods grocery bag graphicthat worms pink worm graphic like to eat:
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/wormdeli/wormdeli.html

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Activity Two: Habitat

Day 1:
Make a quart jar worm pink worm graphic farm - worm jar graphic
www.dnr.state.mo.us/deq/swmp/wormjar.htm

Or………

Making an Earthworm Habitat using a 2-liter bottle -

http://www.geocities.com/hickschicks1gr/worms.htm

(Scroll down to the activity portion.)

Day 2:
Making a worm bin -
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/neighborhood/

Making a classroom worm pink worm graphic bin by visiting the following Internet Site:
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/neighborhood/

worm bin photo
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Activity Three: Worm Facts
Learn other interesting facts about worms pink wrom graphic by visiting the following Internet Sites:
· Benefits of having worms -
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/live/index.html
· Worm Facts - http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/facts/index.html

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Worm Observation: Incorporating FOSS Science

Activity One: Worm Observation

Day 1:

1. Remember that earthworms have very soft bodies, so be careful not to
squeeze them. Their bodies feel moist, but they are not slimy.
2. Take a cup cup graphic to the worm bin and find an pink worm graphic earthworm.
3. Pour about 1" of water water graphic into cup cup graphic to clean the pink worm graphic worm.
Place on a wet paper towel.
4. Look large eyes graphic at the worm. Use your magnifying glass graphicmagnifying glass to observe the
worm.
5. Record your observations in your Worm Journal.

Day 2:
1. Wet water graphic your hands and touch the worms pink worm graphic on
different parts of its body to
see how it reacts. The teacher will ask you some guiding questions while you explore .

2. Use the digital camera camera graphic to take a picture of your worm.

3. Go to find out more about worms pink worm graphic.:
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/invertebrates/earthworm/Earthwormcoloring.shtml

4. Use KidPix to draw a picture of your worm and label the parts.

Day 3:

1. Go to the following sites to find out more about worms:

pink worm graphic http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/index.html

heart graphic http://yucky.kids.discovery.com/flash/worm/pg000102.html

worm drawing http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/invertebrates/earthworm/Earthwormcoloring.shtml

worm on a branch http://yucky.kids.discovery.com/noflash/worm/pg000102.html

2. Use the photo of your worm to record new information that you learned from the above sites.
Label the parts of the worm.

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Activity Two: Earthworm Behavior worm on a branch graphic

1. We are going to learn how earthworms move and how they behave rather than how they look.

2. Carefully find an earthworm pink worm graphic and watch large eyes graphic it for several minutes.

3. Draw a picture in your journalwriting hand graphic.

4. Put a few drops drop  of water graphicof water on the tabletable graphic . Put an earthworm pink worm graphic on the table table graphic
in a wet area and watch large eyes graphichow it moves. Put a wet paper towel paper towel graphicon the table table graphicand lay
the earthworm pink worm graphic on it. Watchlarge eyes graphic .

5. Block the earthworm's pink worm graphic path by putting an object across it. Observe what happens.

6. How do earthwormspink worm graphic respond to light flashlight graphic?

Go to the following Internet Site to find out more about light sensitivity:
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy12.html

 

7. How do earthworms respond to smell and rain?
Try the experiment at the following site:
http://www.geocities.com/hickschicks1gr/worms.htm

8. Go to the following Internet site to find out more about how a worm moves:
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy8.html

· Breathing: http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy10.html

· Baby Worms: http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy11.html

· Baby Worms being born:http://yucky.kids.discovery.com/flash/worm/pg000102.html

9. Discuss the information from the sites.

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Follow-up Activities

1. Imagine that you are a worm pink worm graphic. What would it be like?
Write writing hand graphicdown your thoughts in your journal.

2. Measure and stretch gummi worms - Use the Worm Table in student journals.
http://www.smm.org/sln/tf/w/worms/worms/gummy.html

3. Paint with rubber worms.

4. Make Chocolate Covered Worms - See recipe
http://www.smm.org/sln/tf/w/worms/worms/weird.html

5. Make Worms in the Dirt - See recipe
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/Cupoworms.shtml

6. Add on to a worm story at the Minnesota Museum Magnet School:
http://www.smm.org/sln/tf/w/worms/worms/books.html

7. Fun Worm Games/Activities

· Herman's Spring Adventure - A fill-in-the-blank story.
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/funplace/adventure.html

· My Day As A Worm - A fill-in-the-blank story about a worm.
http://www.can-do.com/uci/ssi2001/myday5.html

· Color Me Herman - Online picture to color along with a place to send an e-mail to Herman the Worm. http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/funplace/colorme.html

· Herman's Art Gallery - Send your picture of Herman the worm and view other pictures from around the country. http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/funplace/artgallery.html

· Worm Words - List a worm word for each letter of the alphabet.
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/funplace/wormwords.html

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Evaluation:

The students will be observed throughout the unit and anecdotal records will be kept on their level of engagement and participation in this unit. A rubric is included in the student journal that will also be used.

Conclusion:

Brainstorm the best place for the worms after we finish studying them.



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Earthworms



Earthworms (also called nightcrawlers) are very important animals that aerate the soil with their burrowing action and enrich the soil with their waste products (called castings). Good soil can have as many as as 1,000,000 (a million) worms per acre.

There are over 3,000 species of earthworms around the world. These invertebrates (animals without a backbone) range in color from brown to to red, and most have a soft body. Earthworms range in size from a few inches long to over 22 feet long. The largest earthworms live in South Africa and Australia.

Anatomy and Diet: The brain, hearts, and breathing organs are located in the first few segments of the worm. It has five pairs of hearts! The rest of the inside of an earthworm is filled with the intestines, which digest its food. Earthworms eat soil and the organic material in it - like insect parts and bacteria. The mouth is covered by a flap (called the prostomium) which helps the earthworm sense light and vibrations. Tiny bristles (called setae) are on most segments of the earthworm's body.

Reproduction: Although each earthworm is hermaphroditic (having both male and female reproductive systems), it takes two worms to mate and reproduce. The reproductive organs are in the clitellum (the enlarged segments in the middle of an earthworm). The clitellum later forms a cocoon which protects the developing eggs.


轉貼自Enchanted Learning


Worm Watch

Ask the Answer Worm

Literature Connections:

Wiggling Worms at Work by Wendy Pfeffer

Where a Flower Once Bloomed by Lola M. Schaefer



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