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The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study

The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
The Report Card by Andrew Clements Novel Study
Product Description
This is a 61 page unit study on the text The Report Card by Andrew Clements. There is one before reading activity. Each chapter has comprehension questions, including at least two short response questions (with evidence statements sentence starters at the bottom of the page), comic strip drawings, vocabulary analysis, visualizing, or summarizing.

There are 7 extended response questions, as well.

I included a variety of character study questions and tables to utilize either during reading, or as a concluding activity. There are also 3 art connection questions and 7 journaling pages to use with any chapter. The 7 journaling pages include:
- Summarizing (Somebody Wanted But So)
- Visualizing/Predicting
- Connections
- Vocabulary
- Story Elements
- Sequence Words
- Character Traits

I also included NYS test prep posters that we reference while reading the text including:
- Genre
- Main Idea
- Context Clues
- Text Features
- Text Structure

There is also a list of suggestions for other extension activities to go along with any novel.

This unit has a variety of questions and activities in order to make differentiation easier.

***I really adore this novel for use in grade three through five. I teach fourth grade, and I really love that this text focuses on the debate over testing and intelligence. The main character, Nora, is a genius, but feel immense stress over testing and how it affects her peers. The novel is quite enlightening and really charming.





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Total Pages
61 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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