They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky: Part 3 XL Workbook
They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky by Benjamin Ajak, Alephonsion Deng, and Benson Deng This XL workbook is for Part 3: "Lost Boys"
Pgs. 1-5 Chapter Work
Pg. 6 Vocabulary Activity
Pg. 7 5 Ws Graphic Organizer
Pgs. 8-9 Key
Pg. 10 Kakuma Today
Pg. 11 About the Lost Girls
Pg. 12 Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, Paying It Forward
Pgs. 13-14 Many more resources
Pgs. 15-27 Maps of the Region
Details > 73 chapter questions
> From close reading questions to open ended-activities
> 5Ws graphic organizer is specific to the novel - not a generic organizer > Variety of Maps (with & without country borders, with & without cities labeled, etc.) > Sketching > Photos throughout including of authors (three of the Lost Boys of Sudan)
Digging Deeper > Pages 10-14 include: links to streaming audio interviews, videos, articles, free online lessons; information about relevant international organizations; regional political issues; novel information by/about the Lost Girls; documentary information; and much more. > Activity ideas are scattered throughout pages 10-14, marked by a red waving hand. Activities for group, pair, or independent work are provided (as well as suggestions for use).
Short Response (complete sentences not required)
Written Response (complete sentences required)
> Most of the people in Kakuma camp are…
a. Ethiopian b. Sudanese c. Eritrean
> What simile does Alepho use to describe refugee life?
> Benson would rather die walking than _________
> Why is almost every boy bowlegged?
> Why do you think Benson survives the trip from Natinga to Kakuma, despite the odds? Three sentence minimum
> Why do you think the SPLA bodyguard ignores Benson?
> How does the prospect of going to America change Alepho?
<>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. Reflective & no wrong answer style inquiries encourage independent thinking. This resource is 7-10th grade level.