Looking for an all-encompassing resource bundle for teaching the novel The Outsiders written by author S.E. Hinton? Look no further!
- Assignment Calendar that chunks the chapters into sections. Students can reference this at any time and check off completed assignments.
- Chapter Assignments that are chunked by chapter, focusing on the Notice and Note Strategies, figurative language, writing prompts, inferences, and more! Includes lesson plans. Keys are not included as answers vary. Your students will blow you away with their creativity and thoughtfulness!
- Literary Devices Activity with lesson plans and activity sheets. Students search the novel for literary devices, and then identify, interpret, and analyze the devices.
- Literary T-Shirt Final Project with lesson plans, organizers, and rubric. Students analyze setting, characterization, symbols, and theme. Then, they illustrate setting, characterization, symbols, and theme on a t-shirt that they wear and present to the class in lieu of a novel test.
- Poetry Analysis with key. Students analyze the poem Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost after reading chapters 5-6.
-Pre-Reading Activity with lesson plans and activity sheets. This activity exposes students to some of the slang vocabulary, main characters, setting, and other important topics prior to starting the novel.
- 12-16 Free- Response Question Quizzes that are chunked by chapter sections. Includes answer key.
- Research Activity with lesson plans, organizers, resources, and rubric. In this jigsaw activity, students research important topics to the novel and present their findings to the class.
- Slang Words Recording sheets and key. Students record slang words as they occur in the novel and use this as a reference sheet when the words occur again.
- Text Dependent Analysis with lesson plan, organizers, resources, and rubric. Students respond to a text dependent question using the novel and step-by-step organizers.
- Vocabulary that is organized by chapter section. Includes lesson plan and organizer. Students use the Frayer Model to acquaint themselves with upcoming vocabulary words. Students are then asked to use vocabulary words in sentences.
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