THE CHASER

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THE CHASER

The short story The Chaser by John Collier is always a hit with my middle/high school students. It is an excellent story to teach predictions and inferential thinking, as the reader has to make inferences to understand the plot.

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• A detailed lesson plan explaining lesson procedure

• Prediction cards

• A PowerPoint presentation that guides the lesson with discussion points and question/assignment prompts

• Show What You Know assignment that includes 4 post reading questions (answers are provided in the presentation to go over with students)

• Abby and Andrew's Advice Column Assignment which allows the student to give advice to the main character from a male and female perspective

***Please note that the full text of the short story is not included for copyright reasons, but can easily be found by searching the title and author in an internet search engine***

FEEDBACK ON THIS RESOURCE:

♥ Love this product. My students really enjoyed discussing this story and sharing their thoughts. Thank you for creating a product that caused my students to have a high quality academic conversations! :)

♥ This is so clear. I think I will have my upcoming sub use this activity. Thank you.

♥ I'm excited to use this with my high school students

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Common Core Aligned Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.1 Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

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