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Tuck Everlasting is a timeless novel that everyone should read at least once. This is the perfect unit for your middle school students to enhance their work and understanding of the novel.
This 40-page unit includes: -18 pages of reader response questions -5 pages of context clue word work with more space for writing all of the information needed -character analysis work -figurative language work -post-reading reflection journals -a character map -a table of contents to keep track of all materials -answer key
Summary: Winnie Foster is worn out of her name and her life. She wishes to run away. Before she can really comprehend what has happened to her during a walk in the wood, she is taken by the Tucks before she can share with anyone a secret that they are terrified will get out. After sharing in some different life experiences with the Tuck family, Winnie Foster will never be the same. However, students will be on the edge of their seats waiting to see what her future holds! A MUST READ!
Novel not included in this unit, but FYI: Reading Level Grade level Equivalent: 5.9 Lexile Measure®: 720L DRA: 50 Guided Reading: V Genre Classics Fantasy Theme/Subject Changes and New Experiences Confronting and Resolving Fears Growing Up Courage, Bravery, Heroism Honor
This unit is perfect for on-level 6th grade or intervention level seventh and eighth grade.
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My son is 8th grade. Probably h.s reading level. Reads some higher level books (MazeRunner) but still reads Hardy Boys books. Would he enjoy Tuck Everlasting?
Asked by a Parent on September 7th, 2016
I have loved sharing it with my 6th graders. I love using it for the descriptive language and theme. It brings out incredible discussion in my students because they are so intrigued by the idea of a family that will live forever. If your son is reading HS level books, this might not be as challenging for him, but it is an amazing book that I LOVE to share with my students.
Answered by Erin Beers from Mrs Beers Language Arts Class on September 10th, 2016
I have taught for 15 years as an upper elementary reading and language arts teacher. I love this level of learners because they challenge me to find the perfect novels, and to create the most effective resources. I am a National Board Certified Teacher in Early Adolescent English Language Arts.
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