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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl is a low prep novel study that contains a variety of comprehension activities to support student reading of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and analyze Dahl’s fun writing style.
Many of the activity pages in the packet ask students to look for details in several chapters and then compare the findings. Students will make generalizations about the characters, work with vocabulary and review synonyms and antonyms, and create a news article for the final writing activity that is like the news article in the story.
Common Core Standards (4th grade)
Sample Pacing Chart
Chapter Vocabulary Lists
Reading Comprehension Questions
Define a Hero
Identify Willy Wonka Warnings-- foreshadowing
Dahl Style Words
Summarize Oompa Loompa Songs
News Article Writing Activity
Reading Comprehension Test
Optional Research Activity about Dahl's writing style
**Teacher notes and answer keys included**
Did you see the bundle links above? Make sure to take a peek at The Missing Golden Ticket activity product. The Missing Golden Ticket is a book of fun trivia about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It contains things like a deleted chapter and earlier versions of character names.
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literature unit, novel studies, Roald Dahl, reading groups, Willy Wonka, book clubs, guided reading