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Novel study packet for the book The Kid Who Ran For Presid
Revisit Farmer Brown’s farm and introduce the election process as Duck decides to run for office in this funny and entertaining story! This 42 page journal includes 17 comprehension questions- constructed response, graphic organizers for story elements, and ...plus much more!
-Fiction vs. nonfiction
This is a 34-page book study that covers pre-reading, each chapter, and post reading activities. The questions are based on reading comprehension, strategies and skills. Many different types of questions are used to keep the students engaged.Types of questions include:Predicting Story ElementsText E
These are "right there" questions. I do this only to monitor that they are reading and have basic comprehension of the book. I ask higher order questions in my small groups :)
I do not have an answer key right now prepared. I will type up the answers and post them when they are done
Task cards, differentiated exit tickets (dividing the novel into seven sections), and extension writing activities! Students will make text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world connections, discuss character traits, make inferences, and evaluate a novel. Through discussion and writing activities
This group project for the novel, The Outsiders, is designed to get students to focus on positive character traits and develop their persuasive skills. It is also a good team building activity because they need to work together to produce a more convincing product than the other group.