Robinson Crusoe Teacher Resources
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Students read and then identify literary elements in The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, describing characters, setting, and plot. They write original Island Adventure narrative pieces including detailed descriptions of people, places, and things. Afterward, they construct island adventure environments to illustrate the settings of their narrative pieces.
Students explore the location of the campsite of fictional character Robinson Crusoe. In this ESL lesson, students read an article that discusses the whereabouts of Robinson Crusoe's campsite, then have a class discussion on the article. Several activities follow the class discussion, including drawing a map, completing a vocabulary assignment and taking a quiz.
Fourth graders read and analyze Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, and participate in problem solving activity similar to television show, Survivor. Eight lessons on one page.
Students discover literary classics by reading Robinson Crusoe. In this language arts lesson, students investigate the writing techniques that make Robinson Crusoe a classic piece of literature. Students complete a creative writing worksheet and based on story elements from the novel.
In this online interactive reading comprehension instructional activity, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive literature worksheet, students respond to 8 short answer and essay questions about Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. Students may check some of their answers online.
Who was Robinson Crusoe? Kids love learning about his interesting story. First, read the simple paragraphs with your learners, and have them answer the six questions provided. There's also space for your learners to record items Crusoe had on the ship, and there's a chart for them to record verbs used in the present tense. Two other short activities, focusing on retelling, close this lesson. Some of the text is written awkwardly.
In this literature learning exercise, students respond to 15 short answer and essay questions about Robinson Crusoe. Students may also link to an online interactive quiz on the novel at the bottom of the page.
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, students respond to 12 multiple choice questions based on Robinson Crusoe. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students participate in a simulation of life on a deserted island. They work with their group to develop an island survival plan and summarize it in a journal. Students use a worksheet and challenge cards to earn points. They will be challenged to use their critical thinking skills and knowledge of islands to "survive" and return to safety.
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, learners respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Keyes's Flowers for Algernon. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students facilitate each student's comprehension of the different jobs on a ship and the job's evolutions over time. They compare/contrast certain jobs on a ship from history to today. Students work together in cooperative groups to present their combined learnings from this lesson.
Dive your class into a reading of Island of the Blue Dolphins with this in-depth study guide. Breaking the novel into three parts, the resource begins each section with a focus activity that identifies a specific theme or question to be addressed in the reading. Learners are then provided with background information, key vocabulary, and a graphic organizer to use while taking notes, before answering a series of five comprehension questions. Each of the three sections concludes with extension ideas for writing and discussing key concepts from the book. Also included are reading guides for five additional pieces of writing that encourage young scholars to expand their learning and make connections between multiple texts. A thorough resource that supports students in reading and understanding this award-winning novel.
By the end of this interdisciplinary lesson, youngsters will be able to describe the Gulf Stream ocean current and how it impacted the journey of the Mayflower ship. Reading, research, and the use of a really neat interactive website, "Museum Box," to build a display of the voyage.
Students examine the many changes in the Tarzan character from Edgar Rice Burroughs' first novel to Disney's newest movie version to explain how student movies are often used to mirror and promote cultural attitudes and beliefs.
In this finding the area of the letters in HELP! worksheet, students use the 1/4 inch represents 5 feet scale to find the area of each letter, each letter plus the exclamation point, the total area, and the white space. Students solve five problems.
Create positive reading experiences that will foster a long-term love of reading.
Fourth graders demonstrate and evaluate the six traits of writing. They read and identify good writing and bad writing, utilize a rubric to self-evaluate their own writing, participate in a Reader's Theater, and publish a class book.
Understanding different cultural experiences is a challenging and worthwhile objective throughout grade and content levels. This lesson facilitates an appreciation of rural Mongolian life through a simulation of being a nomadic teen as well as other activities. The resource includes suggested partner readings of books like Hatchet and Island of the Blue Dolphins. It also provides extension activities.
Students discover the people of Mongolia. In this social studies lesson, students look at the Mongolian nomadic culture by reading a letter written by a member of the Peace Corps. They describe the different types of communities found in Mongolia and compare them to the United States.