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Flying Lessons & Other Stories: ALL Story Workbooks Bundled (save $11)

Regular price $32.50 Sale

Bundle of 10 workbooks for the 10 stories in
Flying Lessons & Other Stories edited by Ellen Oh.

>Save $11 (Workbooks purchased separately: $43.50)

>93 pages
General
>Workbooks for every story
>All workbooks have the same general layout:
Questions. Vocab. Graphic organizers. Review form. Key.
>Consistent format
>Some workbooks have cover pages with additional pre-reading questions.
>All but one story's character graphic organizers are specific to the story. They are detailed and tailored to the specific story's characters. (Not generic fill-in-the-blank organizers.)
>Two Freebies:
1. Dual entry reading journal (specific to the anthology - not generic!) can be used for one or every story. (A $2.25 value.)
2. Two pages of notes about (and quotes from) the authors.

THE STORIES
Story 1: "How to Transform an Everyday, Ordinary Hoop Court Into a Place of Higher Learning and You at the Podium" -Matt de la Pena
Story 2: "The Difficult Path" -Grace Lin
Story 3: "Sol Painting, Inc." -Meg Medina
Story 4: "Secret Samantha" -Tim Federle
Story 5: "The Beans and Rice Chronicles of Isaiah Dunn" -Kelly J. Baptist
Story 6: “Choctaw Bigfoot, Midnight in the Mountains” -Tim Tingle
Story 7: "Main Street" -Jacqueline Woodson
Story 8: "Flying Lessons" -Soman Chainani
Story 9: "Seventy-Six Dollars and Forty-Nine Cents” -Kwame Alexander
Story 10: "Sometimes a Dream Needs a Push" -Walter Dean Myers

THE WORKBOOKS
1. "How to Transform..."
Cover page & self-reflection question related to one theme in the story: parent-child relations.
Pgs. 1-4: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activities
Pgs. 5-6: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 7: Story review form
Pg. 8: Key

>3 pre-reading questions
>33 reading comprehension questions
>2 post-reading questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>Story review form and plotline graphic organizer a re-usables. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. Career-long resources.
>All character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

2. "The Difficult Path"
Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pgs. 3-4: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 5: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pg. 6: Story review form
Pg. 7: Key

>25 reading comprehension questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and individual interpretation.
>Story review form and graphic organizers are re-usables. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. Career-long resources.

3. "Sol Painting, Inc."
Pgs. 1-3: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pg. 4: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pgs. 5-6: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 7: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 8: Key

>3 pre-reading questions
>27 reading comprehension questions
>1 post-reading questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>12% of questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and individual interpretation.
>Story review form is a reusable. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
>Two of three character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

4. "Secret Samantha"
Pgs. 1-4: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pg. 5: Character graphic organizers for characters: Mom & Blade
Pg. 6: Character graphic organizer for Sam
Pg. 7: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pg. 8: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 9: Key

>4 pre-reading questions
>35 reading comprehension questions
>3 post-reading questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>Story review form is a reusable. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
>All character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

5. "The Beans and Rice Chronicles of Isaiah Dunn"
Cover page & self-reflection questions
Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pg. 3: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pgs. 4-5: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 6: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 7: Key

>26 reading comprehension questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>Story review form is a reusable. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
>All character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

6. “Choctaw Bigfoot, Midnight in the Mountains”
Pgs. 1-3: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pg. 4: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pgs. 5-6: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 7: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 8: Key

>3 pre-reading questions
>27 reading comprehension questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>>Several questions address storytelling and how Uncle Kenneth does so. Such as use of red herrings and storytelling when interactive with the audience.
>Story review form & plotline graphic organizer are reusables. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
>All character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

7. "Main Street"
Cover page & self-reflection questions
Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions
Pg. 3: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pgs. 4-5: Character graphic organizers
Pg. 6: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 7: Key

>25 reading comprehension questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>Story review form & plotline graphic organizer are reusables. Can be used for any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
>All character graphic organizers are specific to the story, not generic.

8. "Flying Lessons"
Cover page & self-reflection questions
Pgs. 1-3: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activity
Pg. 4: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pgs. 5-6: Detailed character graphic organizers for Nani & Santosh
Pg. 7: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)

>3 pre-reading questions
>27 reading comprehension questions
>3 post-reading questions
>Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and creative engagement.
>Story review fom & plotline graphic organizer are reusables. Can be used for any book, story, or epic poem. Career-long resources.
>Both character graphic organizers are specific to the story. Not generic.


9. "Seventy-Six Dollars and Forty-Nine Cents”
Cover page & pre-reading questions
Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions
Pg. 3: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pg. 4: Character graphic organizer for Monk
Pg. 5: Story review form (describe, summarize, recommend/not & why, rate)
Pg. 6: Key

>5 pre-reading questions
>25 reading comprehension questions
>5 post-reading questions
>Three types of questions
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and individual interpretation.
>Story review form & plotline graphic organizer are reusables. Can be used for any book, story, or epic poem. Career-long resources.
>Character graphic organizer is specific to the story, not generic.

10. "Sometimes a Dream Needs a Push"
Pgs. 1-4: Reading comprehension questions, vocab activities, post-reading questions
Pg. 5: Story mountain plotline graphic organizer
Pg. 6: Character graphic organizer
Pg. 7: Story review form
Pg. 8: Key
Pg. 9: Teacher Suggestions: Two discussion topics and their relevance and role in the story (Myers' writing style, and ableism respectively). Both can be used pre- or post- reading; One pre- or mid-reading suggestion; One extension activity suggestion.

>2 pre-reading questions
>36 reading comprehension questions
>4 post-reading questions

>Three types of questions

  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' style to encourage independent thinking and individual interpretation.
>Story review form & plotline graphic organizer are reusables. Can be used with any book, story, or epic poem. Career-long resources.
>Character graphic organizer is specific to the story, not generic.

THE FREEBIES
1. Dual Entry Reading Journal
(A $2.25 value.)
>Dual entry reading journal for Flying Lessons & Other Stories. >Specific to the anthology - not generic!

Cover page
Pg. 1: Directions & journal entry page
Pgs. 2-5: Journal entry pages
Pg. 6: Example entry

Details
>Limitless journal for use throughout the stories.
>Student task is to provide quotes from the story/ies which tell the reader something about a character (personality, values, etc.), and, what that something is exactly.
>Number of entries required is left blank so the teacher can
modify as needed.

2. Author Info
Two pages of information about the authors.

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<>Resources are designed for struggling learners. Great modified or alternative resource for special education or below-level learners. Workbook questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); they are roughly 7-8th grade level.

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