This bundle contains workbooks for ALL 12 of the short stories in the wonderfully diverse, unique, and thought-provoking anthology
Fresh Ink: An Anthology.
A career-long collection of workbooks for stories that
all studentscan see themselves in.
>Workbooks purchased individually: $60. This bundle is a $16 savings. >92 pages
THE STORIES Story 1: "Eraser Tattoo" by Jason Reynolds Story 2: "Meet Cute" by Malinda Lo Story 3: "Don't Pass Me By" by Eric Gansworth Story 4: "Be Cool for Once" by Aminah Mae Safi Story 5: "Tags" by Walter Dean Myers Story 6: "Why I Learned to Cook" by Sara Farizan Story 7: "A Stranger at the Bochinche" by Daniel Jose' Older Story 8: "A Boy's Duty" by Sharon G. Flake Story 9: "One Voice: A Something In-Between Story” by Melissa de la Cruz Story 10: "Paladin / Samurai" by Gene Luen Yang Story 11: "Catch, Pull, Drive" by Schuyler Bailar Story 12: “Super Human” by Nicola Yoon
Every Workbook Includes >2-3 pages of reading comprehension questions >3-9 vocabulary sketching (average ~4 per story) >2-4 pages of graphic organizers (except one) >Plotline graphic organizer >Answer key
THE QUESTIONS >18-30 reading comprehension questions per story >Three types of questions:
Short Response (words/phrases)
Complete Response (complete sentences required)
>Some questions are 'no wrong answer' or sketch style to stimulate independent thinking and story engagement.
THE GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS >The character organizers are specific to the story character/s,not generic. These 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
<>Resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect modified resources 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.