Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1

Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
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Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1
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Product Description
This fiction scavenger hunt is perfect for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th-grades, and it provides engaging and interactive practice of plot analysis, summaries, character analysis and vocabulary development with a realistic fiction text (DRA 40).

Fiction Scavenger Hunt 1 Includes:
-Full-page student text
-2 Scavenger Hunts
-8 Multiple-choice questions (summary, plot development, making inferences, character analysis)
-8 Word Bank questions (vocabulary development, character analysis)
-Easy-to-use Answer Keys
-Full-page posters with text and answer boxes
-Two days of practice
-STAAR-aligned, STAAR prep
-Compare to 2017 STAAR

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Text Complexity & Readability Levels
Lexile 700L-800L
DRA: 40
ATOS Level: 4.8
Flesch-Kincaid: 4.1
Free Reading Level Chart: http://teamtomeducation.com/reading-level-chart/
Two Scavenger Hunts
Cards 1-8 focus on understanding plot development through summarizing, analyzing characters, and making inferences.
Cards 9-16 use the same text and allow students to dig deeper into character analysis and expand their vocabulary.

How to Use
Hang the scavenger hunt cards 1-8 around your room or in the hallway. Divide students into pairs or triads and assign each to a starting page. Students will work the student answer page. After choosing their answer, they have to hunt for the answer. If no page has their answer, they know they chose an incorrect answer and need to go back. When they find their answer, they’ll continue the scavenger hunt.

The only way to finish the scavenger hunt is to get the question right for each page. Repeat with cards 9-16.

This is self-checking, feedback-embedded, and relearning in one task!

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STANDARDS
Common Core Standards
CCSS 3.3 Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events
CCSS 4.3 Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions).

Newly Updated 2017 TEKS
TEKS 3.8B Explain the relationships among major and minor characters.
TEKS 4.8B Explain the interactions among characters and the changes they undergo.

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Related products for character analysis or scavenger hunts:
Making Inferences Task Cards 1 (STAAR)
Making Inferences Task Cards 2 (STAAR)
Making Inferences Task Cards 3 (STAAR)
Making Inferences Task Cards 4 (STAAR)
Making Inferences Task Cards 5 (Character Analysis)

Drawing Conclusions Task Card Bundle 1
Drawing Conclusions Task Card Bundle 2

STAAR Warm-Ups
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 3rd Grade #1
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 3rd Grade #2
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 4th Grade #1
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 4th Grade #2
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 5th-6th Grade #1
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 5th-6th Grade #2

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Total Pages
27 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
2 days
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