No prep 100+ page novel study for One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia;
Designed for 4-6th grade with CCSS in mind.
* Quiz for every chapter- focus on comparing characters and settings
* Skill sheets for Common Core Literature Standards grade 4-6:
- Plot Line
- Character Studies
- Point of View
- Compare and Contrast stories/characters
* Unit plans for three weeks of reading
* Charts detailing the Common Core Standards and which skill sheets address them
* Student Workbook cover page
* Vocabulary words, definitions and activities
* Writing Prompts
* Detailed Answer Keys
One Crazy Summer is a wonderful story that can be used in a variety of ways. Choose to read it as a whole class, read aloud, in guided reading groups, in literature circles or let students read it independently using One Crazy Summer Novel Study as a guide. Great for independent summer reading.
One Crazy Summer brings to life a summer in Oakland, California learning about the Black Panthers and their fight for African American rights. The story is told through the eyes of Delphine, as she and her sisters visit the mother who abandoned them when they were very young. This novel study provides everything you need to spend the summer with them while hitting your common core goals with no worries about prep time.
However you choose to use this One Crazy Summer Novel Study, you and your class are certain to get swept away in the story while addressing comprehension skills, learning new vocabulary words, meeting the Common Core State Standards and enjoying every step of the way!
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