This PDF is to be used in conjunction with The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. This PDF contains 24 pages - 1 intro page, 1 for each of the 20 chapters, and 3 end pages. Each page uses higher order thinking questions, authentic "real world" connections, and other ideas from the novel for student
This is an advanced novel study for The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Included in this resource:— Teacher Guide with ideas for implementation— Ongoing Student Notes— Chapter-by-chapter Thinking Frameworks— Pre- and Post- Thinking Frameworks— Additional research/writing prompts— Extension Activ
This reading guide is aligned with 5th grade common core unit from Georgia Frameworks. It includes questions, vocabulary and discussion questions for each chapter. There is 4 multiple choice quizzes for every five chapters. I have included some links for teacher resources I plan to use while teachin
Rationale for using Discussion Cards:Discussions are guided by students’ responses to what they have read. This approach provides a way for students to engage in critical thinking and reflection as they read, discuss, and respond to books. Collaboration is at the heart of this approach. Students res
Looking for a quick and easy way to check student's comprehension? These little chapter quizzes include comprehension questions for The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton Juster. They are short, simple and easy to grade!What's included:Comprehension questions for every chapter (20 quizzes, 8-18 pages of
5 weeks of literary analysis lesson plans for Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Includes pacing guide, pre-reading, film essay, activities, reading quizzes, notes, posters, author study, character analysis and discussions. This unit plan contains everything you need to add relevance and rigor to
Students feel confident with this semi-structured approach to class discussions. This purchase includes a 20 slide PowerPoint that introduces students to the Socratic method for the purpose of discussing a text, a student discussion prep sheet and reflection, and detailed instructions for the teach
This novel packet provides discussion and analytical discussion questions for the Novel The Phantom Tollbooth.
A Critical Thinking Guide and Analysis of Literary Techniques including:
Setting • Plot • Characterization• Problem and Solution • Theme • Conflict • Supporting Opinions with Textual Evid
This teaching unit helps introduce fine literature to students with a wide range of reading abilities. Each teaching unit promotes oral and written language proficiency through discussion questions and writing assignments that develop comprehension, application, synthesis, and evaluation skills. Rep
Here are twenty-four journal questions for use with The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Great for independent journaling or group discussion.
This product includes:
-2-3 journal questions per reading over 11 readings
-Notes and suggestions for the teacher, including grading suggestions
This was intended and created for a gifted 5th grade class. This classic book has proven yet again to engage and enlighten my students in all aspects of our ELA standards. The figurative language and play on words is amazing, not to mention a fun and exciting plot that is constantly keeping students
This lesson plan includes a teaching guide with instructional materials such as reading assignments, discussion questions, quizzes, crossword puzzles, and classroom activities. Lesson plan is in PDF format.
Literature Guides are 16-18 page ready-to-print PDF files. They include: (Contents vary with titles - Over 300 titles) * Exciting Booktalk That Introduces New Vocabulary in Context * Open-ended Pre-reading Journal Sentence Starters and Activities * No Simple Recall Exercises * Author Information * H
This packet includes questions for each chapter of the Phantom Tollbooth and include the page number that the answers are found on. It allows for guided discussion as well as leveled questions pertain to themes, critical thinking, and plot elements . License allows the use in distance learning setti
Reading comprehension questions for The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Justin. Resources include: character identification, vocabulary definition, discussion questions on figures of speech and homonyms, drawing comparisons and contrasts, citing evidence from the the text to back up predictions and asse
This 6 - 8 week novel study will guide students through an imaginative exploration and critical analysis of Norton Juster’s classic, fun-filled tale, The Phantom Tollbooth. Students will be challenged to think deeply about the book’s themes and respond thoughtfully through written work and oral disc
If you are teaching The Phantom Tollbooth, these questions are perfect to help your students solidify their comprehension of the novel as they read it. They are conveniently split up by chapter so that you can use them throughout the novel study. They are intended to be done independently, but they
This unit lesson plan is all based around the book The Phantom Tollbooth.. Here is what you will get with this plan;
- Chain of events project to go along with the book
-Crossword using vocabulary from the book
- Understanding Idioms and having fun with them in a creative project
- Vocabulary unders
What an amazing book for a novel study! I love facilitating discussions using this novel with my class. Over the years I have added to and modified this pack to meet comprehension needs and to invite challenging discussions that spark my students' interest. I am so proud of all of these activities a
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In this activity, students will select a character
This is a unit for the Phantom Tollbooth. I do these as prep work for close reading. Students read first independently and then I read chapters aloud to them. Finally, they do the prep work and then work in collaborative teams to share their responses, evidence, and evaluate thinking.
Suggestions for Use Make copies of the first section of this novel unit. Punch holes in the pages. Have students store their copies in a one-inch binder. Before beginning to read The Phantom Tollbooth, hand out the novels to the students and let th