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This product contains foldable novel study trifolds for the book Hana's Suitcase. Great for cross-curricular connections or a unit on the Holocaust. The story of a young girl's experience during this difficult period of history is interwoven with the story of a Japanese museum director determined to make Hana's voice heard. Designed to be used whole-class, small group, or as an individual book study. Each section of the foldable trifold focuses on a different essential reading comprehension skill and aligns with state and Common Core standards. The purpose of this product is to provide a fun, easy way to support your language arts curriculum.Product Contents:• A 3-page instructional pacing guide aligned with the trifold set that includes an outline for 10 days of instruction. Each day outlines the pages to be read, the student learning goal, key academic vocabulary related to the skill being taught, and special notes related to the lesson.• 2 trifolds covering all of the book. Each day students will complete one section of the trifold, which will focus on a single reading comprehension skill. The skill focus is designed to change daily but the skills that often give students a challenge (like inferring) will spiral throughout the trifolds. Reading comprehension skills included: Context clues, main idea, character traits, text analysis, and more!**********************************************
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