If you're planning a unit on Roland Smith's Zach's Lie, be sure to incorporate a list of important literary elements into your curriculum. With a list of essential questions, literary themes, conflicts, and notes about setting, the resource is a great addition to your middle school language arts class.
- Use the ideas and concepts from the resource to frame your novel unit
- Use the comprehension questions as a warm-up activity or for class discussion
- Have your class track the conflicts throughout the unit by noting important quotes and character arcs
- Does not include any class assignments beyond discussion questions
- Organized in a straightforward way
- Includes tips for instruction and helpful discussion questions
- Beware spelling and grammar mistakes