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Your students will use critical thinking to review The Bad Guys (Episode 3). Students will refer back to the text whilst making connections related to their own lives and other related texts. Students comprehension is tested as they work their way through this Book Study. The teacher could photocopy this into a booklet or give students individual pages. The pages are presented in an appealing way. If students have enjoyed the humour in The Bad Guys (Episode 3) they may enjoy the sprinkling of humour peppered throughout this work booklet.
Students complete 10 pages (with an additional title page for their booklet).
What the Booklet Includes:
-Title page to write their name
-Chapter Review (Prologue) What is bias?
-Chapter Review (Chapter 1) Using Evidence from the text to understand it; plus Text-to-self connection
-Chapter Review (Chapter 2) Looking at visual elements of the text (you could make your own further link to your Art Curriculum if you choose)
-Chapter Review (Chapter 3, 4 & 5) Onomatopoeia focus
-Chapter Review (Chapter 6 & 7) Including Text-to-self connection
-Chapter Review (Chapter 8 & 9) Students Design and label their own special agent equipment
-Piranhas (Comprehension page about piranhas; students read paragraph then answer questions)
-Character Profile (specific to Mr. Piranha)
-Overall Book Report (for when the students have finished the book)
-Students draw a detailed picture of The Bad Guys and write a paragraph explaining what tricky situation they are in
I am in the process of creating a booklet like this for all books in The Bad Guy series. If you haven't read the books yet they are hilarious and your students will love them... even your reluctant readers, I'm sure!
This booklet will be similar (but different) to other booklets I'm creating for the series. If you like this resource please leave me feedback. I'd love to hear what has worked for you and what hasn't. Positive and constructive feedback is welcome so that I can improve this resource to be helpful to you the teacher and to be enjoyed by your students.
Enjoy your day! You are doing a great job!