By Kay Martin, Tina Willoughby
A to Z: Novel rules for analyzing academics is an excellent source for somebody who teaches analyzing. The publication is stuffed with actions that provide scholars the opportunity to discover their insights into literature in numerous ways—through writing, poetry, artwork, learn, and making own connections to characters, quotations, and events.The teacher-tested, hands-on actions have interaction scholars of all degrees and studying kinds. better of all, they're designed in order that academics can use them with any novel. in truth, a few of the actions also are acceptable to take advantage of with brief tales, biographies, autobiographies, and different interpreting fabric besides. A to Z used to be written by way of interpreting lecturers with a long time of expertise within the lecture room. it truly is useful, choked with rules, and adaptable for plenty of occasions!
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EXAMPLE (Based on chapters 1–3, Switching Well, by Peni R. Griffin) Amber was unhappy in 1991. She found out her parents’ marriage had come undone. Ada felt trapped in 1891. The weight placed on women hit her like a ton. Both found a well. Both made a wish. And before they knew it, the switch was done! TIP You might want to introduce students to rhyming dictionaries. They are very helpful in creating lines that rhyme. A to Z • Copyright © 2000 • Cottonwood Press, Inc. com 44 S S YMBOLIZE I T With “Symbolize It,” students take a look at symbols and their meanings, as well as review characterization.
By the way, have you seen Jeff? ” TIP Use the activity to create a bulletin board. Type or print the original work on a large square of paper. Have the students write their modern versions on strips of colored paper and post the new versions around the original. A to Z • Copyright © 2000 • Cottonwood Press, Inc. com 57 Y Y OU A SK I T ! ” is a great activity for a study review before a test or a comprehension check over a reading. Students write questions for others, using question starters like “Who could .
Choose four mental images that are really significant in a chapter. Write a question that requires students to draw these images. The drawing should show that they have read and understand the chapter. Here are some examples: From Savage Sam, by Fred Gipson • Draw the position Travis was in when the Indians punished him in this chapter. • Draw the transformation Arliss underwent in this chapter. From Bridge to Terabithia, by Katherine Paterson • Draw Jesse’s Christmas gift from his father. • Draw the tool used most often in this chapter.