>Bundled price is $7.50 less than buying items separately ($50.50).
WORKBOOK >Covers the whole novel >Questions for every chapter >450 chapter questions total >Book Review Form at end which can be used for ANY novel, a career-long resource >About 13% of questions are open-ended thought questions to encourage independent thinking. The rest have right/wrong answers. >A few questions ask students to sketch >Vocabulary activity for each chapter >Key
Three types of questions for each chapter: *Short answer (complete sentences not required) *Complete answer (complete sentence/s required) *True/false
Contents Table of contents Pg. 1: Cover page Pgs. 2-36: Chapter questions and vocab Pgs. 37-40: Graphic organizers Pgs. 41-42: Book review form: This can be used for any novel! 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. Pg. 43: Author interviews Pgs. 44-51: Key Example Chapter Questions >Who is guiding Allie in her manipulation? >How much time has passed since the Day of the Girls? >What unusual thing happens in India which allows women to kill soldiers? >What lie does Margot tell her oldest daughter? >What happens all around the country the night Allie leaves Jacksonville? Two sentences minimum >What is the difference in the way the news anchors, Tom and Kristen, respond to the Mayor’s proposed plan? Two sentences minimum >What is Glitter, and, what does it do? Two sentences minimum >What is the relationship between men and women in Bessapara like? What do you personally think about how men and women are treating, and being treated by, one another? Use details from the novel to support your opinion/s. Five sentences minimum
TESTS Test 1 of 3 Covers Ch 1-pg 141 4 pages Answer key
32 questions: *23 Multiple choice *7 True/false *2 Short answer (one opinion, one reflection on novel events) Example Questions > Where does Margot’s story begin? (A) Africa (B) United States (C) The book does not say (D) Kuwait > Who kills their father’s enemy with the power? (A) Margot (B) Roxy (C) Allie (D) No one > Where do women take down the government? (A) Saudi Arabia (B) Phillippines (C) Moldova (D) A & C > Older women show younger women how to harness their power. (T/F) > Allie and Roxy want to keep men apart from women. (T/F) > What are three different ways in which women are manipulating or changing the world? Three sentences minimum
Test 2 of 3 Covers pgs. 145-278 4 pages Answer key
31 questions: *22 Multiple choice *8 True/false *1 Short answer
Example Questions > Who loses control on live TV? (A) Africa (B) United States (C) The book does not say (D) Kuwait > What is increasing? (A) crimes against men (B) crimes against women (C) crimes against elderly (D) crimes against children > Who attacks Roxy and cuts out her skein? (A) her father (B) her brother (C) the Saudis (D) A & B (E) A, B & C > All girls have a skein. (T/F) > Roxy regrets letting her father live. (T/F)
Test 3 of 3 Covers pgs. 281-382 4 pages Answer key
30 questions: *21 Multiple choice *8 True/false *1 Short answer
Example Questions > Who tries to blackmail Margot? (A) Daniel (B) Tom (C) Ryan (D) Jocelyn > Who saves Tunde? (A) Roxy (B) Margot (C) Allie (D) Jocelyn > What does Allie’s mother use to justify the abuse of Allie? (A) drug addiction (B) religion (C) depression (D) anxiety > Allie doesn’t miss Roxy after all. (T/F) > The novel is written 10 years after the Cataclysm takes place. (T/F)
WRITING ASSIGNMENT >This post-reading writing assignment is designed to use when the novel is completed. >It can be used as either a short writing response activity or a full five paragraph essay assignment. >There are three different relevant and thought-provoking topics for students to select from. >Detailed questions for each topic are provided to inspire responses. Directions requires answering "all questions for that topic in your response". >Length and formatting expectations are left blank for teachers' choice. Length may be a one paragraph response, a full five paragraph essay, or something in between. >Requires use of "details from the text" to support ideas/opinions. >Includes bulleted list of 12 "Items to consider" to inspire student thoughtfulness. (s.a. religion, control, gender relations & sexuality, relationships, social norms/expectations, etc.)
>Two different grading rubrics: 1. Designed for grading short response (can be used for larger essays as well) 2. Based on the Six Traits of Writing
>Dual entry reading journal for use throughout the novel. Teacher can dictate quantity & quality of entries. Includes cover page and example entry.
"Your task in this journal, throughout this novel, is to collect quotes which
you feel strongly about, in any way
evokes an emotional response or memory for you."
Pg. 1 : Cover page
Pgs. 2-6: Journal entry pages
Pg. 7: Example entry
<>The Power resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect modification for special education or below-level learners. Workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); they are roughly 8th grade level