Fresh Ink: An Anthology: Workbooks for 12 Stories Bundled (save 25%)
No-prep workbooks for 12 short stories in Fresh Ink: An Anthology.
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NOTE: This bundle does not include a workbook for "Kodeama's Ramen Shop."
> 92 pages THE STORIES "Eraser Tattoo" by Jason Reynolds "Meet Cute" by Malinda Lo "Don't Pass Me By" by Eric Gansworth "Be Cool for Once" by Aminah Mae Safi "Tags" by Walter Dean Myers "Why I Learned to Cook" by Sara Farizan "A Stranger at the Bochinche" by Daniel Jose' Older "A Boy's Duty" by Sharon G. Flake "One Voice: A Something In-Between Story” by Melissa de la Cruz "Paladin / Samurai" by Gene Luen Yang "Catch, Pull, Drive" by Schuyler Bailar “Super Human” by Nicola Yoon
ALL WORKBOOKS INCLUDE > 2-3 pages of reading comprehension questions > 3-9 vocabulary sketching exercises (average ~4 per story) > 2-4 pages of graphic organizers (except one) > Sketch responses > Plotline graphic organizer > Answer key
Questions > 18-30 reading comprehension questions per story > Three types of questions:
Short Response (words/phrases)
Complete Response (complete sentences required)
> "Complete Response" questions are great for discussion as they're often reflective/no wrong answer style to encourage independent thinking and interpretation.
Graphic Organizers >The character organizers are customized to the storycharacter/s,not generic. They are more akin to close-reading activities, than graphic organizers. > Up to 4 character organizers per story > 1 plot line organizer per story
> The following are documents that can be reused, no changes needed, when working with different stories/books/films/epic poetry. These are career-long resources.
Story review form. (Can be used for any book, story, or epic poem.)
Story plotting graphic organizer
One of two styles of character graphic organizers
<>All resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect modified or alternative resource for special education or below-level learners. Reading comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking. Reflection questions encourage independent thinking - great for discussion. Roughly 8th grade level.