[[September 11th (9/11) Series]]
"The Walked Who Walked Between the Towers" Picture Book Study
There is a multitude of effective and differentiated resources to support the understanding of the picture book and subject matter. This is rigorous study that works well grades 3–8. The assessment is best for grades 6+ or advanced elementary students and consists of 15 pages of materials. The graphic organizers work well for upper elementary. The tasks cards are on varying levels.
Again, Provided is a multitude of resources and you should not overwhelm yourself. Pick and choose what is conducive to your students and your classroom. Do not feel obligated to use every resource. Remember, you are in control of what you teach and what you want your students to accomplish. Optimize your instruction with differentiation!
Remember you do not have to print every activity. You can project the file onto your smart board and have students work as a class to complete the activities. You can also engage in differentiated group activities and even let children pick what they want to complete.
< 4-Page Assessment
--7 Multiple Choice Questions
-- 6 Short Response Questions
--1 Extended Response Prompt
< 1 Answer Key for Short Answer Ass. Ques.
< 1 Cornell Notes
< High Order Thinking Literary Elements
--Literary Element Overview
--Character Terms Overview
--4 Major Elements
< 52 Task Cards (Varying Levels of Difficulty)
< 10+ Visual Reading Strategy GOs
< 1 Set of Notre Dame Research GOs
< 1 Set of World Trade Center Research GOs
< 1 Set of Eiffel Tower Research GOs
< 1 Set Title Cut-Outs
< +Much More!
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