How strongly do you agree or disagree with each of these statements?
Leaders are born, not made.
War is a necessary evil.
Water is the world's most important resource.
This anticipation guide is perfect for kicking off a small-group unit or whole-class read-aloud of Linda Sue Park's novel, "A Long Walk to Water." It contains several controversial statements related to the story that students may build discussion around throughout the book.
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"A Long Walk to Water" Comprehension Questions
Check out this hands-on, highly-engaging, performance-based assessment that brings the community into the story!
CRISIS IN SUDAN: A Performance-Based Assessment
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