Everything you need to use this novel in your classroom effectively is included with this resource. This novel study includes at least ONE PAGE OF READING RESPONSE QUESTIONS FOR EVERY CHAPTER!
This interactive notebook includes comprehension reading/writing response activities and vocabulary for every chapter of the book as well as additional text structure review practice exercises related to the novel. Great for guided reading, small groups or independent reading.
Included With this Novel Study:
Author Page/ Pre-Reading Activity
One Page of Reading Response Questions for Every Chapter
Book Jacket Project
Watson's Go to Birmingham-1963 Text Structure Book Report
Theme Study Activity
Figurative Language Connection
Persuasive Writing Project
Character Analysis Chart
Letter Creative Writing Activity
Enrichment Menu with Nine No-Prep Novel Enrichment Projects
And Much More....
As well in this resource you will find a background of the author and a short history lesson on the civil rights movement in Birmingham in 1963.
Who is it for?
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
- 7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds)
- 8th Graders (13 to 14-year-olds)
About the Seller
After spending almost 30 years as a public educator, I am currently a "Differentiation Consultant" in which I've worked with districts adding enrichment materials to their curriculum and I am an adjunct field representative supervising student teachers.
Over the years I have taught 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade; as well as serving as a Curriculum Specialist, Testing Coach and finally a Gifted Specialist for many years.
I worked as a contributor to major textbook companies for seven years which caused me to realize there is a lack of authentic, challenging teaching materials that require little teacher prep and offer the rigor needed to meet the depth of our curriculum standards that students currently face. The products I offer require little teacher prep, are fun and creative and provide the level of rigor needed to challenge even your brightest learners.