Tears of a Tiger Part 3 (Chapters 12-16) Activity Bundle
This is a very comprehensive bundle of instructional resources and activities related to Part 3 of the novel, Tears of a Tiger by Susan Draper. I have also provided Word and PDF versions as well as answer sheets for all activities. This covers pages 37-56 of the novel (How Do I Feel, Girl Problems, School Blues, Ferocious Frustration, and Female Frustration).
This bundle includes,
1) An active reading scavenger hunt
This is an active reading scavenger hunt with a total of 31 questions where students actively hunt for information and analyze the text while they read the story. It also engages the students by enhancing enjoyment, and understanding. It focuses on important events and twists in plot, vocabulary, and conflicts. It also highlights important examples of figurative language found in the story. My scavenger hunts are always a hit with my high school kids.
2) Tears of a Tiger Part 2 Crossword Puzzle
This is a challenging and comprehensive crossword puzzle related to the characters, events and vocabulary in Part 1 of this great novel,
I have included both the crossword weaver and PDF versions of the puzzle as well as an answer puzzle. It is very comprehensive and a great assessment activity
I have also included the crossword clues to make it easier to edit and recreate your own puzzle.
3) Follow-up Literature Circles Activities
This consists of a worksheet with follow-up questions focusing on Andy's second trip to the psychologist and his meeting with his garlic-burping counselor. The activity explores both sides of the issue-Andy's perspective and his parents and counselors and takes a devil's-advocate approach to get the students talking.
4) Tears of a Tiger Part 3 Figurative Language Workshop, Worksheet.
a) This includes a figurative language workshop which teaches your students the concepts of figurative language such as simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, and synecdoche. It also has a 31 example figurative language quiz and worksheet that uses actual text from the story.
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