Giver: Interactive Layered Flip Book Novel Study Reading Literature Guide
Comprehension Skills and Strategies: Vocabulary in Context, Theme, Cause and Effect, Character, Inference, Compare and Contrast, Drawing Conclusions, Dystopian Society Genre, Setting, Symbolism, Textual Evidence, Figurative Language.
The Giver interactive novel study helps you bring enthusiasm to your common core literacy lessons. Your lessons will thrive with the interactive notebook style of the flip book. Great alternative to the run-of-the-mill reading comprehension novel study guide. Great for Center Task / Differentiation -Class Discussion -Fast Finishers and Review.
Each “flap” is ¾ inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Includes:
★ Vocabulary by Chapter (with answer key)
★ Guided Reading Questions by Chapter (with answer key)
★ Thematic Response (with answer key)
★ Background on novel, Dystopian Societies, and author, Lois Lowry
★ Conflicts and Symbols (with answer key)
★ Jonas’ Memories (with answer key)
★ Plot Diagram (with answer key)
Print in color or grayscale. White paper or color paper.
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