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Poster: This is a printable 8x10 poster that fits perfect to any 8X10 frame once trimmed You will receive a high quality PDF file ready to print and frame. Please note that the image shown is in low-resolution. Your high-resolution image will be available for download immediately after payment is
John Green is one of the best American author's of this generation. In an effort to capture his creative genius and make it accessible for students, I have created a study unit here that is challenging and comprehensive. This packet includes vocabulary, study guides, quizzes, a test, projects, a wri
This is a complete unit on "Looking for Alaska" by John Green, which outlines 18 lessons and includes comprehensions questions, vocabulary and reader response journals, as well as a final test. All materials are included to go with each lesson. Among the lesson topics are characterization, setting
Looking for Alaska Famous Last Words: Allusions, Reference, and Non-Fiction Connections This document contains 10 pages with 22 non-fiction references and "famous last words" included in John Green's first novel. This powerful product serves to complement the novel and to provide context and depth
The main character Miles "Pudge" Halter is obsessed with the last words people say in their lives. This 3-page activity looks at the final dying words mentioned in the novel. Students will read 20 last words and think about their meanings (some of which are deep and others pretty off-the-wall). T
Looking for Alaska by John Green New ➡ Added two comparative short stories⚡ Looking for Alaska, John Green's first novel, is a riveting and provocative rite-of-passage novel perfect for high school students! This comprehensive unit bundle includes 131 pages and 4-6 weeks of scaffolded and student-
Looking for Alaska Study Guide presents activity-based materials and handouts to help teach this novel by John Green.Activity and handout titles include: Discussion Questions, Selected Vocabulary, Feelings, One of a Kind, Character Sketch, Personal Narrative, Making Connections, Dream Collage, Adje
This digital download is a collection of nearly 60 extended response prompts for the new-classic novel, Looking for Alaska, by John Green. These are prompts that will help your students meet success in standardized tests, and most importantly, comprehending and analyzing the the content of the novel
Looking for Alaska Body Biography: Creative Summative Assessment The Body Biography is a creative summative assessment that measures a student's understanding of character, symbolism, and passage analysis. Students employ the following skills. Determine text meaning and make logical inferences.
This full unit culminates in a analytical team presentation, and gives an opportunity for students to analyze thematic ideas and characters in the novel while also delving deeper into the concept of how teenagers are represented in modern texts, including television, movies, and advertising. Two var
The Looking for Alaska lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The lesso
This 5-page packet requires learners to think about and analyze 23 thought-provoking quotations from the novel, Looking for Alaska by John Green. ·······················································································································NOVEL: Looking for Alaska by John G
Save prep time and help your students read closely and actively with this bundle of Common Core aligned organizers, worksheets, projects, quizzes, and review materials for Looking for Alaska by John Green. Note: We provide as many of our worksheets and organizers as possible in Word format to facil
A comprehensive study guide including: 1. Teachers' introduction; 2. List of characters; 3. Guiding questions and some commentary for each chapter (51 in all). The questions encourage readers to a deeper understanding of the background, themes, and characters of the text. They are designed to stimul
John Green's novel Looking for Alaska "is taught in a lot of English classes around the country," but the school board of Depew High School decided to challenge the parents' rights to let their learners read the book. This is the complete transcript of John Green's YouTube video in which he defend
John Green's novel Looking for Alaska "is taught in a lot of english classes around the country," but the school board of Depew High School decided to challenge the parents' rights to let their students read the book. This 23-slide, 10-question PowerPoint contains the complete transcript of John G
Anticipation guide with 5- statements to agree or disagree with/ reason with...statements also in LFA PowerPoint (great to model with).
This assignment allows students to work together to come to a deeper understanding of the novel, Looking For Alaska by John Green, and its components. They answer a set of higher-level questions concerning such elements as theme, point of view, literary devices, etc. All of the questions are fairly
38 clue puzzle (with solution) based on the novel by John Green. This is a summary quiz, designed to be used after reading the novel. It could be used as a homework assignment or as a filler exercise in class if you have nothing else prepared. I find that students enjoy the crossword format (and do
This activity is a pre-reading strategy. Prior to the students beginning Looking for Alaska by John Green, they would take part in this fun activity. This previewing strategy is great for introducing plot, conflict, characterization, vocabulary, literary devices, and thematic ideas. It promotes grou
Do you want to motivate your high school students to read? Looking for Alaska by John Green is an award winning YA novel that students (especially boys) will enjoy. This is a 20 question (with a paragraph) exam that I use to assess my student's independent reading of the novel. The answer key is in
50 multiple choice questions that correspond to the before questions (#1-47) from the study guide, and questions that are in the Jeopardy PPT.
Using the included web address, students can fill in this sheet as an anticipatory activity for the novel.

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