One of my favorite quotes is "Every student can learn, just not in the same way or in the same day." "Fish in a Tree" lives out that quote in every page. Your class will be forever changed by this book, and challenged to be better together. Everyone can learn something by the wonderful and relatable characters in "Fish in a Tree" by Linda Mullaly Hunt. This novel study will engage students and ensure that reading this book is an unforgettable experience.
What is included in this unique Google Drive novel study for students:
-Vocabulary Guide including 39 key words and their page number
-14 Writing Prompts covering critical thinking, figurative language, character, how characters overcome challenges, and real-life application *text boxes already embedded for students
-Common/Proper Noun Search Activity
-Simile/Metaphor Search Activity
-Coin Research Page
-Book Review Activity
Page 1: Title Page
Page 2: "What is included?" Outline and Overview
Page 3: Introduction Page to introduce the book and author to students
Page 4: Vocabulary Guide for teachers
Page 5: Directions: Acecssing and saving the Google Drive link
Page 6: Directions: Tips and resources for use in Google Slides
Page 7: Closing
Three things to love about this Google Slides edition novel study:
1. PAPERLESS and NO-PREP!
2. These writing prompts can be used with computers, chrome books, OR iPads.
3. They can be used with or without Google Classroom!
See the preview for the slides included and teacher resources to see if it meets your needs. I love the ease of assigning one slide at a time for my students, so there are directions included on how to do the same!
Please email me with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org
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