I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)

I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 worksheets (all chapters 1 - 15)
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I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916

by Lauren Tarshis

This novel study was created for my 5th grade ELA classes, most of whom are low readers and need worksheets and questions that are not busy, less wordy, and have extra supports to find the answers in the text. I have been having trouble finding this and started creating my own resources to better meet the needs of my students.

It is a worksheet page for each chapter in the book. If your students can handle being given a packet, you could print it as an entire packet. I generally assign 1 chapter to read for homework a night and send one page to hold them accountable for reading.

Each chapter has a section with comprehension questions, and then other various activities covering many skills. There are examples and help throughout so that students are able to do the activities correctly without help from the teacher.

That’s 15 worksheets, plus answer keys.

I hope that this resource helps some other class!

Sincerely, Mrs. Buckeye Nut

Skills Covered:

Chapter 1: Setting, Building background knowledge

Chapter 2: Characterization, Setting, Map Scale

Chapter 3: Action verbs, Similes

Chapter 4: Synonyms, Predicting, Building background knowledge

Chapter 5: Antonyms, Character traits, Text-to-self connections, using textual evidence

Chapter 6: Context clues, visualization

Chapter 7: Vocabulary, Sequencing

Chapter 8: Compare and Contrast, Synonyms

Chapter 9: Descriptive details, Cause & Effect

Chapter 10: Text-to-text connections (“The Boy Who Cried Wolf”), Gerunds

Chapter 11: Figurative language, Point of view, Predicting, Using textual evidence

Chapter 12: Figurative language, character traits

Chapter 13: Elements of historical fiction

Chapter 14: Word origins, editing

Chapter 15: Theme

I also have available a final test that can be given either on paper or using Google forms that goes with the novel study.

Not sure if you'll like the format? I have a free sample of chapters 1 to 5 that you can try to see if you like it before committing. Enjoy!

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