Gordon Korman's new book "WhatsHisFace" takes a funny look at the issues around the identity of Shakespeare and whether he is really the author of the works credited to him. Roderick Northrup's enthusiasm for life manifests itself in real quotes worthy of hanging and contemplating further.
**This freebie is part of a larger product called 'A Linked Unit Study for Gordon Korman's "WhatsHisFace.''
" Inside that product, you’ll find:
- Open-ended Discussion Questions by Chapter
- Written Essay Questions by Chapter
- Creative Writing Prompts
- Analysis by Quote Pages
- Thematic research and hands-on projects, great for differentiation, for history, science, and writing
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Check out my Discussion Questions & Writing Prompts Packets to accompany other books:
Tara Dairman's 'All Four Stars'
Jennifer Chambliss Bertman's 'Book Scavenger'
Gennifer Choldenko's 'Chasing Secrets'
Gordan Korman's 'Masterminds'
Chris Grabenstein's 'Mr. Lemoncello's Library Olympics'
Joan Bauer's 'Soar'
Madeleine L'Engle's 'A Wrinkle in Time'
For more in-depth novel study, check out these linked unit studies:
Tara Dairman's "All Four Stars"
Jennifer Chambliss Bertman's "Book Scavenger"
Beth Fantaskey's "Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter"
Elise Broach's "Missing on Superstition Mountain"
Chris Grabenstein's "Mr. Lemoncello's Library Olympics"
Joan Bauer's "Soar"
Elise Broach's "The Wolf Keepers"
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