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Equipped with all the necessary components of a literary response, including a summary page, vocabulary list, a space for questions and answers, a story flow chart, and a character map, this resource is a superior way for students to complete a book report. Two additional pages provide 10 response-to-literature questions and 10 extension activities. This format will work for any book, not just Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five. It is also not restricted to homeschool use.
Designed for homeschoolers (but equally as effective for independent learners), this worksheet focuses on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Middle and high school readers summarize, define vocabulary, and answer questions about the chapters they have read. The worksheet includes several literary activities to extend learning. It also includes several online resources for the novel, though the rest of the activities are not specific to the book.
Use this series of spelling (and/or vocabulary) activities to reinforce the spelling list in your class! You can include the 10 provided spelling words or replace them with your own list. Activities include picture boxes, anagrams, and flash cards. A page with 15 additional activities could function as a lesson extension, homework assignment, or extra credit. Though the lesson is designed for homeschool, it would make a great addition to any class setting.
Meant for use with Maya Angelou's first autobiographical volume I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, the materials here are designed for a homeschool setting, but they'd suit any classroom or text. Graphic organizers, chapter summary guides, vocabulary practice, response to literature ideas, writing prompts, a plot flow chart, character map, and reading schedules are provided.
Designed to be used for homeschool learning or independent reading, the extensive templates and activities that make up this resource are not specifically designed for Richard Wright’s Black Boy, but can be used with any narrative text. Learners establish a reading schedule, create a vocabulary list, craft and answer questions, complete response activities, and fill in plot and character maps. Worth a lengthy look.
For homeschool or the classroom: response to reading activities, writing prompts, study guides, a reading schedule, plot flow chart, and character map relevant to any reading task. Resource is designated for Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, but these materials would work with any literary text. Links to the complete text and additional study guides are provided.
The variety of activities and templates included in this Don Quixote study guide will clearly demonstrate whether your independent readers or homeschoolers are progressing through and comprehending Cervantes’s classic tale. Pupils set a reading schedule, record and define unfamiliar vocabulary words, pose and answer questions, and complete literature response activities. The activities and templates can be used with any narrative.
Need a framework for independent reading or homeschool learning? The many activities and exercises contained in this resource can be used with any narrative text and ensure that learners can respond in depth to their reading. Pupils establish a reading schedule, summarize the passages, create a vocabulary list, create and answer questions, and engage in response activities. The templates are easily reproduced and links to other resources are provided.
For homeschool or the classroom: graphic organizers, response to literature activities, writing prompts, study guides, a reading schedule, plot flow chart, and character map relevant to any reading task. Resource is designated for Dickens' Tale of Two Cities, but these materials would work for any literary text. It has links to the book, author information, and curriculum guides.