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Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension
Fresh Ink Meet Cute teaching classroom resources material high school middle school chapter questions reading comprehension

Fresh Ink: "Meet Cute" Workbook

ELA Hwy

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This is a workbook for the second story in the anthology Fresh Ink: "Meet Cute" by Malinda Lo.

Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions & vocabulary
Pg. 3-6: Graphic organizers
Pg. 7: Story Review Form
Pg. 8: Key

>22 reading comprehension questions
Three types of questions:
*Short answer (complete sentences not required)
*Complete answer (complete sentences required)
*True/false
>A few questions may be 'no wrong answer' or sketch style responses - to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.

>The story review form can be reused with any text.


<>The character graphic organizers are specific to the text. If you would like character graphic organizers with no character names - with a blank space to type in character names, see below. These can be with any text:

<>All resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect accommodated or alternative resources for special education or below-level learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); they are roughly 7-8th grade level.