On a Clear Day by award winning author Walter Dean Myers
C-8 The world is their area of influence. The goal is more money for their pockets. They always win. They don't expect any opposition... until a bunch of teens show up.
-Covers the whole book -Questions for every chapter -Key included -288 chapter questions -Book Review Form at end can be used for ANY novel, a great resource -Vocabulary activity for each chapter -Graphic organizers -About 7% of questions are open-ended thought questions to encourage independent thinking. The rest have right/wrong answers.
Three types of questions for each chapter: -Short answer (complete sentences not required) -Complete answer (complete sentences required) -True/false
Contents: -Table of contents -Pg. 1: Cover page -Pgs. 2-25: Chapter questions and vocab -Pgs. 27-28: Book Review Form: This can be used for ANY book! A GREAT resource all year/career long! Asks student to: describe protagonist, summarize book, tell if they recommend it (or not) and why, and rate it. -Pgs. 29-33: Answer key
Example Questions: -Who is the narrator? -Who controls the world? -What is the only thing that Dahlia thinks has real meaning? -Dahlia has many questions. But what does she know? -What happened to the spy from Surrey? -What are three theatrical sorts of behaviors displayed by Sayeed or his crew? -What question did Anja come away from London with? -What could be the consequences if Ellen’s work is correct and Natural Farming takes over CTI? TRUE/FALSE -Tristan thinks they can match Sayeed on weapons. -Rafael wishes Dahlia luck even though he thinks she is being foolish. -Drego changed jobs so he could work with Michael. -Anja understands what the Brits and Sturmers want from them.
*Designed for students slightly below grade level. The questions are not all higher order thinking questions (but some are); they roughly 8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for high schoolers who are below grade level. It is also just a great dystopian novel!