This gallery walk is intended for use at the end of reading "A Long Walk to Water" by Linda Sue Park. There are twelve stations in total. All questions are leveled to Bloom's Taxonomy, two questions per level. Level 1 Knowledge - Questions 1 and
English Language Arts, Reading, Writing
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Novel Study
This packet helps students stayed organized while creating an argument essay. The packet asks students to choose a character that they believe changed the most throughout the story and to prove why using textual evidence form the book.
This worksheet can be used as a pre-reading strategy or a close reading strategy. Students are asked to use their context clues to determine the meaning of a word and then to look up synonyms of that word.
English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Reading Strategies
The characters' identities of "Bronx Masquerade" change in many ways throughout the story, despite societal issues they face. This graphic organizer helps students keep the characters, their societal issues, and ways that they change organized while