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Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!

Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Book vs. ___ Bundle! Book vs. Book AND Book vs. Movie Printables!
Product Description
Save by purchasing the BUNDLE! This pack includes:

♥ Book vs. Movie pack AND
♥ Book vs. Book pack

One of the most powerful ways we can ask students to think critically is by examining similarities and differences. The pages in these packets address these skills in a variety of ways!

BOOK VS MOVIE pack DETAILS:

Kids ALWAYS want to watch the movie (if there is one!) after completing a chapter book. These days, with online streaming services, it is easier to access these books-turned-movies than ever before.

The packet contains a set of printables to use with your students to make the most of the book/movie experience. One of the most powerful ways we can ask students to think critically is by examining similarities and differences. The pages in this packet address these skills in a variety of ways.

It contains the following pages:
♦ Parent Permission Form Options for Viewing PG Movies
♦ Cover Page Options for Student Packet
♦ Before and After Viewing Tool
♦ Book vs. Movie: Characters, Settings, Events
♦ Book vs. Movie: Focus on Characters
♦ Book vs. Movie: Focus on Plot
♦ Book vs. Movie: Focus on Favorites
♦ Same and Different Page
♦ Stationary for Compare/Contrast Essay

BOOK VS BOOK pack DETAILS:

One of the most powerful ways we can ask students to think critically is by examining similarities and differences. The pages in this packet address these skills in a variety of ways! You might choose to have students compare/contrast two books they’ve read independently, two books by the same author, two books you’ve shared as a class through a read-aloud or novel study, or two books they’ve read during Book Clubs. Print off a page or two (or 3 or 4!) each time you want students to compare books they’ve read, and get those kiddos thinking!

This product contains the following pages:
♦ Cover Page Options for Student Packet
♦ Book vs. Book: Focus on the Facts
♦ Before and After Reading Reflection Tool
♦ Book vs. Book: Characters, Settings, Events
♦ Book vs. Book: Focus on Characters
♦ Book vs. Book: Focus on Plot
♦ Book vs. Book: Focus on Theme
♦ Book vs. Book: Focus on Favorites
♦ Book vs. Book: This or That?
♦ Same and Different Page
♦ Stationary for Compare/Contrast Essay

Copyright 2015 (updated 2017) by Jenny Rynearson
Questions or concerns? Please email me at:
jennyrynearsontpt@gmail.com

The purchase of this product entitles you to single classroom use only. Graphics/content may not be copied and used in other products without permission from their creators. Thank you for your respect and honesty!
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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