Compare and Contrast characters, settings, and point of view with The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare; Designed for 4-6th grade with CCSS in mind.
* Compare and Contrast skill practice for each set of two chapters
* Short Answer writing prompts for student reflection
* Detailed Answer Keys
The Bronze Bow is a beautifully written story and the skill practice can be used in a variety of ways to bring the story to life. Choose to use it as a whole class, read aloud, in guided reading groups, in literature circles or let students read independently using The Bronze Bow skill practice to deepen understanding and assess comprehension. Great for independent summer reading.
The Bronze Bow brings to life the time in Jewish history when the Romans ruled and the Jewish people were longing for a deliverer. Through the eyes of Daniel, we experience the longing, the bravery to fight for freedom and the lesson that hate is a more powerful enemy than Roman soldiers and love is the most powerful weapon in setting people free.
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