Mr. Tucket by Gary Paulsen: A Book Study is designed for teachers of students in grades 6-8 reading Mr. Tucket by Gary Paulsen (Delacorte Press, 1994), the first book in the Francis Tucket Series. The main character is a fourteen-year-old boy traveling on the Oregon Trail in 1848 who is captured by a group of Pawnee Indians and befriended by trapper Jason Grimes who teaches Francis how to trap beavers and survive on the plains.
Features of this book study include:
*Oral Reading and Discussion Guide which provides a summary of each chapter, discussion questions, and vocabulary words with simple definitions.
*Glossary with twenty-five vocabulary words with definitions
*Vocabulary crossword puzzle matching words with definitions
*Vocabulary worksheet using words in sentence context
*Find the Details, a comprehension activity with fifty questions
*Cause and Effect activity
*Identifying Plot Elements worksheet
*Questions for Independent Readers, which is a list of the questions used in the Oral Reading and Discussion formatted for student use
*Comprehension test with matching and multiple choice questions.
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