Quiet Please, Owen McPhee | Differentiated Book Study Companion Activities

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Looking for a no-prep Book Study to delve deeper into Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! by Trudy Ludwig?

This resource has 46 engaging standards-aligned activities/printables designed to do just that!

Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! is a funny story about a boy who LOVES to talk! Unfortunately, all that talking gets in the way of his listening, being a good friend, and following directions. When he comes down with a good old-fashioned case of laryngitis, Owen learns that it is just as important (if not more!) to be a good listener.

Many of the printables are differentiated by product, allowing you to address differing ability levels in your classroom. Since the printables cover a range of modalities, you could also differentiate by student interest (showing understanding through drawing, words, etc.).

IN THIS BOOK STUDY, YOU WILL FIND:

→ Common-Core Alignment pages

→ Suggestions for how to use this resource

→ A Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! Book Study Activities Cover Page

→ 46 differentiated activities/printables related to Quiet Please, Owen McPhee!

READING SKILLS/STRATEGIES ADDRESSED IN THIS RESOURCE:

→ Before-Reading Observations

→ What’s the Genre? (2 versions for differentiation)

→ Story Elements (2)

→ Summary (2)

→ Character Traits: Owen McPhee (2)

→ Let’s Look at the Illustrations

→ Oh, What a Week! (Key Details)

→ Ask the Author

→ Author’s Purpose

→ Point-of-View

→ Here’s Why! (Inferencing)

→ Framing My Thoughts

→ 3-2-1

→ Cover Up

→ What Time is it? Talking Time!

→ Listen Up!

→ Theme: Consequences

→ Theme: Communication (2)

→ Theme: Discovery (2)

→ Theme: Friendship (2)

→ Theme: Empathy (2)

→ Reading Reflection (2)

→ Instagram

→ An New Adventure Comic Strip Creation

→ Text-to-Text Connections

→ Text-to-World Connections

→ Word Within a Word

→ Acrostic Poem

→ Picture This! (Vocabulary)

→ Verb Hunt

→ Noun Hunt

→ Do You Hear What I Hear? (Onomatopoeia)

→ My After-Reading Predictions (2)

→ My Rating

→ Maze (includes answer key)

→ Word Search (includes answer key)

Click here for more BOOK STUDIES.

Rating after downloading is greatly appreciated.

Yours in Literacy,

Sheila ☺

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.

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