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Lamb to the Slaughter - Questions, Activities, Handouts, Project

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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This package provides students with everything they need to complete a short story unit on Roald Dahl's "Lamb to the Slaughter". A complete unit - just print and teach!!!

15 pages of materials to use with this great short story!

All activities are classroom tested and include creative handouts, information sheets, and detailed instructions.

This creative and engaging package includes the following:


-Comprehension Questions - A complete set of comprehension questions to go along with the short story. Detailed answer key included!

-Characterization Chart - Students learn about direct and indirect presentation, and use that information to complete a chart on a character from the novel

-5Ws News Report - Students create a news broadcast presentation on the story, and present it to the class. Students must reflect back on the novel and answer the 5W's of Who, What, Where, When, and Why. A great way to reflect on key scenes!

-Paragraph Writing Activity - Students write a detailed paragraph describing whether they think Mary Maloney is guilty or not guilty. Detailed handout and Marking Key included!
Total Pages
15
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N/A
Teaching Duration
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Lamb to the Slaughter - Questions, Activities, Handouts, Project
Lamb to the Slaughter - Questions, Activities, Handouts, Project
Lamb to the Slaughter - Questions, Activities, Handouts, Project