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The City of Ember Novel Study: Digital + Printable Book Unit

Gay Miller
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The City of Ember Novel Study by Jeanne DuPrau contains lessons aligned to the Common Core Standards for grades 4 – 6. This comprehensive unit includes vocabulary practice, comprehension quizzes (both multiple choice and constructed response), skill practice, and language arts lessons.

Be sure to check out ★ the printable only version to determine which best fits your teaching needs and style. This unit is the full printable + Digital Resources version.

The digital resources include the following:

For Google Slides

• 16 Constructed Writing Questions

• Discussion Questions

• Quotation Lessons

• Story Map

• Story Writing

For Hot Potatoes

• 13 comprehension quizzes are included which includes:

o multiple choice questions which require students to recall details from the chapters

o multiple choice higher level thinking questions such as sequencing, main idea, plot development, summary, drawing conclusions, inference, predicting, theme, understanding vocabulary, interpreting literary devices, etc.

Boom Learning

• 2 Vocabulary Decks

• 13 Comprehension Decks

• Analogies

• Fact or Opinion

• Point of View

• Cause/Effect

• Synonym/Antonym

• Story Beginnings

• Classifying Words

• Word Choice

• Homonyms

• 5 Standardized Test Practice [3 on Reading Skills and 2 on Quotations]

The printable resource contains the following:

• Vocabulary

o Vocabulary including pronunciation, definitions, and sample sentences from the text

o Practice Pages for Vocabulary Practice

o Vocabulary Book Marks

o Vocabulary Flash Cards

o Vocabulary Test

• Comprehension

A comprehension quiz is included for each two chapters which includes:

o multiple choice questions which require students to recall details from the chapters

o multiple choice higher level thinking questions such as sequencing, main idea, plot development, summary, drawing conclusions, inference, predicting, theme, understanding vocabulary, interpreting literary devices, etc.

o Constructed response questions

• Skill Practice including:

o Analogies

o Coding

o Reading Skills (Multiple Choice Test Ready Practice)

o Fact or Opinion

o Art – Drawing a City

o Cause and Effect

o Antonyms and Synonyms

o Food Project – Moths

o Reading Skills (Multiple Choice Test Ready Practice)

o Classifying Words

o Choosing the Correct Meanings

• Discussion Topics

o Activities and Discussion Generators and Careers

o Extending Chapter 2 Mayors

o Extending Chapters 3 – 4 Doon's Worm and Light

o Extending Chapters 5 – 6 Things to think about

o Extending Chapter 7

o Extending Chapters 8 – 9 Doon's Creature and; Questions to Ponder

o Extending Chapters 10 – 11 Temptations and Canning

o Extending Chapters 12-13 Friendship

o Extending Chapter 14 Earthly Disasters

o Extending Chapter 15

• English Lessons

o Lesson 1 – Introduction Why Should We Learn to Use Quotation Marks?

o Lesson 2 – Direct Quotations at the End of Sentences

o Lesson 3 – Direct Quotations at the Beginning of Sentences

o Lesson 4 – The Interrupted Quotation

o Lesson 5 – The Indirect Quotation

o English Skill Connection Quiz on Quotation Rules

o Lesson 6 – Writing Conversation

o Lesson 7 – Point of View

o Lesson 8 – Making a Story Map

o Lesson 9 – Creating an Interesting Setting

o Lesson 10 – An Imaginative Story Beginning

o Quotation and Writing Conversation Quiz

o Lesson 11 – Writing the Rest of the Story

o Lesson 12 – Editing and Proofreading

o Using a Grading Rubric

o English Test

Answer keys for each practice page are included.

Please download the preview for a closer look.


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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use the relationship between particular words (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) to better understand each of the words.
Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.
With some guidance and support from adults, use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others; demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of two pages in a single sitting.
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

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