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Recently updated! (3/23/14) A complete study guide for "The Glass Castle" by Jeanette Walls. You have the option of 1) using a ready to print PDF with a sleek modern design and graphics or 2) using a customizable word document or pages publication to make it fit your needs. I have questions for
This activity has students choose sides on various issues raised in The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. Works great as a pre-reading or anticipation activity, or perhaps as something to use after the story as a review or reflection exercise. Includes 10 key issues that students have to take a stand
The Glass Castle Complete Unit comes with EVERYTHING you need to teach this novel with rigorous, engaging, comprehensive, creative, thought-provoking, and fun activities. This unit should take between 3 to 4 weeks depending on your students' reading levels and the number of activities you choose to
FILE IS EDITABLE - Before reading page 91 in the Glass Castle, students will respond to different parenting scenarios. Based on responses, students will classify their parenting style. Next, they will make connections to the Walls' parenting style after reading pages 91-93.Lastly, they will read an
200+ pages of resources! This is a jam-packed bundle full of engaging resources that is guaranteed to save you a ton of time. This resource has been tested and deemed successful in my own personal classroom! Even better, this bundle is distance learning ready with easy-to-use Google-friendly digital
The Glass Castle Activities Packet comes with 9 different engaging activities for students to do while reading this novel.Includes: ►"Child Hunger in America" - uses nonfiction articles about child hunger and requires students to read, discuss, think, write, move, and draw. This is a great activity
While reading The Glass Castle, students will map out the Walls' family travels as they fill in the road map activity.Students are required to list significant events in each city and back up their claims with quotes from the text.The editable files include a word document for students to use and a
This bundle includes 10 activities that coincide with The Glass Castle. Descriptions for the individual activities can be found below. This is a great deal, as it saves $15, and will get you through the entire novel with engaging activities and writing prompts. 1. IIntroduction to the Book Activity
Activity where students trace how Jeanette Wall's uses diction and imagery to convey meaning and purpose. Great for differentiating and tiering and also scaffolding students to examining how authors use diction and imagery for different meaning.
This is a movie guide for the movie entitled “The Glass Castle”.***The Preview File is a mixture of various pages from different movie guides that I have made so you can get a better idea of what my movie guides are like. All of my movie guides follow the same pattern as the preview file (25 short a
This is an activity to complete at the end of a novel. This is for the memoir The Glass Castle, but it could be adapted for any work. A SCAMPER activity lets the students think about a work critically and creatively from different angles. They must Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify, Put to Other
Since Welch is a very long section of the book, we’ve noticed students start to lose momentum while reading this part. This activity jigsaws the section into smaller parts and requires students to create a storyboard of the main events and the present it to the class. Directions on how to complete
Print and digital versions included!This product is a guaranteed way to engage your students in the Walls' travels to Welch , West Virginia. Up until this point in the novel, the Walls have been used to desert and city life. Welch, WV is a HUGE change for the family. As your students read, they will
This packet has starter vocabulary for the novel The Glass Castle. Students can find the word in the text, define, identify synonyms, and draw a memory picture for each word. Then, students are asked to consider different quotes from the author about broader themes and respond in a free write.
Engage your students in the first few pages of the popular memoir The Glass Castle with this creative intro activity! Students will read the first few pages of the novel before completing the activity. In these first few pages, Jeannette is a wealthy adult living on Park Avenue while her parents are
This activity, meant to be used from page 1 to the last page of The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls , focuses on character development. Through annotation and a focused lens of one character each, students become experts in that character's journey across the USA and across varied emotions. Students
The following quote is feedback from a TPT buyer who purchased a similar character analysis activity for a different piece of literature: "This is a comprehensive packet. The students comprehension of this book went through the roof. I loved it." In this activity, students will select a character
Students will read about the four parenting styles and make connections to the text and self.
For this activity students are asked to read the poem "I Never Asked You To Be My Dad" by Ronald Doe and then create a similar poem from Jeannette Walls' point of view. Document includes Ronald Doe's poem, thorough instructions and blank lines for the 2nd poem the students are asked to create. This
This product includes a 40 question recall test featuring True/False, Matching, and an Answer Key. This product also includes a higher-order thinking essay prompt and 10 reproducible activities. This product is uploaded in Microsoft Office Word for your convenience. You may have to realign after
In this activity, students will have an opportunity to put themselves in the shoes of Jeanette Walls and will give her an opportunity to respond to Professor Fuchs' question regarding underprivileged people. The students' responses will come in the form of a letter. This is an opportunity for stud
One activity for each list including roots and affixes, definitions, and words in context. Key included.
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Start your unit right with this engaging, interesting lesson to begin the memoir with a focus on point-of-view and characterization! Grades 8 – 12 9 ELA CC Standards Met Detailed Lesson Plan with objective, rationale, standards, materials, procedures, and assessment information. Like what you s
Students will look at the imagery in the opening lines of The Glass Castle and the closing lines.

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