A reflective & structured way a to wrap up The Night Wanderer by Drew Hayden Taylor.
- Parent-Teen Conflict
- Native Issues
> Each essay topic is followed by a paragraph full of ideas and/or questions to stimulate student brainstorming - to get their ideas 'rolling'.
> Vocabulary used is grade 7-8.
> Page two provides the six traits of writing & detailed explanation of each.
> Blank spaces for the teacher to write in length (see below).
> A detailed and thorough assignment description that can be adjusted to any length. > Depends on the requirements and any additional expectations determined by the teacher.
> Assignment length can range from a single paragraph response to a formal multi-paragraph essay. SOME OF THE DIRECTIONS > General Expectations and Requirements(1) A thorough and thoughtful response to each question(2) Organized and clear* explanation of your thoughts(3) Adequate and appropriate examples from the text to support your ideas/opinions*An ”organized and clear” explanation means:a. your paragraph/s have a topic sentence followed by sentences which stick to the topic. b. your paragraph/s have a beginning, middle, and end.> Formatting Expectations(1) Proper referencing/citation of quotes and paraphrasing.(2) Titled, numbered pages, and single spacing in final draft(3) Margins of no more than 1”, if typed(4) Minimum length for each response: _____________ (5) Maximum length for each response: ____________
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<>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. Reflective & no wrong answer style questions encourage independent thinking or use as discussion questions. Roughly 7th grade level.
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