On a Clear Day by award winning author Walter Dean Myers
The world is their area of influence. The goal is more money for their pockets.
They always win. They don't expect any opposition...
until a bunch of teens show up.
-Covers the whole book
-Questions for every chapter
-288 chapter questions total
-Book Review Form at end which can be used for ANY novel, a great resource
-Vocabulary activity for each chapter
-About 7% of questions are open-ended thought questions to encourage independent thinking. The rest have right/wrong answers.
-Short answer (complete sentences not required)
-Complete answer (complete sentences required)
-Table of contents
-Pg. 1: Cover page
-Pgs. 2-25: Chapter questions and vocab
-Pgs. 27-28: Book Review Form: This can be used for ANY book! A GREAT resource all year/career long! Asks student to: describe protagonist, summarize book, tell if they recommend it (or not) and why, and rate it.
-Pgs. 29-33: Answer key
-Who is the narrator?
-Who controls the world?
-What is the only thing that Dahlia thinks has real meaning?
-Dahlia has many questions. But what does she know?
-What happened to the spy from Surrey?
-What are three theatrical sorts of behaviors displayed by Sayeed or his crew?
-What question did Anja come away from London with?
-What could be the consequences if Ellen’s work is correct and Natural Farming takes over CTI?
TRUE/FALSE-Tristan thinks they can match Sayeed on weapons.
-Rafael wishes Dahlia luck even though he thinks she is being foolish.
-Drego changed jobs so he could work with Michael.
-Anja understands what the Brits and Sturmers want from them.
<><>Designed for students slightly below grade level. The questions are not all higher order thinking questions (but some are); they roughly 8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for high schoolers who are below grade level. It is also just a great dystopian novel!
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