The 2017 Newberry Medal winner is truly worthy of the award. It is the story of love. It is the story of Xan and Luna and a Sorrow Eater and magic. Your students will LOVE this fantasy filled with excitement and mystery.
My study includes thinking critically about text. I try to put plenty of choice as you think about your students.
You can tailor the materials to meet the needs of remedial to gifted students.
Table of Contents:
1. Chapter comprehension and critical thinking questions.
2. Each chapter has short writing responses embedded.
3. Each chapter requires students to define unfamiliar vocabulary words.
4. Each chapter will have some figurative language to identify.
5. A list of writing prompts for journals that require students to think deeply.
6. A lesson on MOTIF with suggested answers for the teacher.
7. A lesson on the Christ ARCHETYPE with suggested answers for the teacher.
8. THEME graphic organizer.
9. Vocabulary Writing to Learn: this requires students to explain how the new vocabulary word connects to the story--not just the definition.
10. Creative projects ideas.
11. Nine (9) tests that include True-False, Matching, Multiple Choice, and Vocabulary.
12. Answer Keys
The Girl Who Drank the Moon--Comprehension and More
by Dianne Watson
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