There are 217 pages of resources to use for all four texts, including student workbooks for each. The texts include:
-The Report Card
If you're planning an Andrew Clements author study, these are four very popular texts that many students, grade 3-6, enjoy listening to or reading independently!
- pre-reading activities
- 1-2 short response questions for each of the 24 chapters
- evidence statements to use for scaffolding at the bottom of each page
- 6 extended responses for after reading
- character analysis report cards
- 4 journaling pages that can be used for each chapter, or as the teacher sees fit (visualizing, vocabulary, summarizing the chapter- Somebody Wanted But So, and story elements)
- test prep posters (genre, main idea, context clues, RATT strategy for short response questions, text features, text structures, etc.)
- list of additional novel study after reading projects and activities
This is a student packet that goes along with the text No Talking by Andrew Clements. It includes an overview of how to answer short response questions, using a special technique that has worked for my fourth graders for five years. It also has questions that go along with each chapter, evidence statement options for the students, some teacher notes to encourage adding details to questions, and several culminating writing projects.
No Talking is the story of Dave, who researched Gandhi and decided to stop talking in order to clear his mind. His experiment evolved into a boys vs. girls no talking competition for the entire fifth grade at his school. The text is humorous, engaging for all students grade 3-6, and lends itself well to making predictions.
This is a 58 page novel study. It includes:
-two pre-reading activities
-two short response questions for each chapter
-Character Analysis Report Cards as during reading or after reading activities
-13 Literature Circle Short response questions
-9 extended response questions
-Quote Analysis with three quotes from the text
-12 vocabulary words
-After Reading Suggestions
-Evidence sentence starters at the bottom of each page
-Test Preparation Posters (genre, text structure, main idea, RATT short response strategy, text features, context clues
The Report Card
-1 pre-reading activity
-AT LEAST two short response questions for each of the 22 chapters
-after reading activities
-7 extended responses
-7 journaling pages
-evidence statements on the bottom of each page
You can use all of the activities, or pick and choose for certain groups of students as a means of differentiation.