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HUGE Printable AND Self-Grading Google Forms Novel Study - Charlotte's Web by E. B. White. It is printable, but LINKS are also provided for Google Forms, Google Slides, and Self-Grading Google Forms. Directions are provided. Students use Chromebooks, Ipads, Laptops, Desktops, etc.
***NEW UPDATE*** - I just added 56 Charlotte's Web Task Cards and a fun Jeopardy Style Review Game!
NO NEED TO ADD TEXT BOXES – all the work has been done for you! Just click on the easy Google Links and share with your classes!
Included with the Digital Resources in this Guide:
--Charlotte's Web Task Cards with story events and skill building questions (56)
--Charlotte's Web Interactive Notebooks (3) - Digital for Google Classroom
--Vocabulary through Quizlet.com
--Jeopardy Style Review Game - 25 Questions and Answers
--Chapter Questions for All Twenty-two Chapters through Google Forms (Notebook #1)
--Colorful Story Element Activities through Interactive Google Slides with Movable Parts (Notebook#2)
--Self-Grading Digital Tests Through Google Forms:
Chapters 1 - 5 Quiz - 15 questions
Chapters 6 - 10 Quiz - 15 questions
Chapters 11 - 15 Quiz - 15 questions
Chapters 16 - 22 Quiz - 15 questions
Charlotte's Web Test (Final Test) - 26 questions
--Figurative Language Activities through Google Slides with Movable Parts (Notebook#3)(Bonus!)
Why am I qualified to write this novel study? I have 30 years of experience as a reading teacher, as well as 15 years of experience as an assessment writer for both state and national testing. I pulled from both of these experiences when I created this guide. It has some activities designed to make learning fun, such as the story elements interactive notebook with drag and drop parts, the Jeopardy style review game, and the character task cards, but it is also filled with high rigor activities. The purpose of these high rigor activities is to improve reading comprehension skills, master figurative language, increase vocabulary, improve test taking skills, identify story elements, and finally, chart the elements of plot. The pacing guide spells out when to complete each of these activities in a cohesive manner. The chapter by chapter questions help keep students grounded and accountable, and the periodic quizzes and final test are in self-grading google forms, which is very convenient for teachers.
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A+ Literature Guides are made by a language arts teacher with 30 years of experience teaching language arts, as well as 15 years of experience writing state and national assessments that align with common core standards.