Welcome to ELA Hwy! New products weekly!

Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials
Flying Lessons & Other Stories resources materials

Flying Lessons & Other Stories: Story 1 Workbook, Reading Journal, Graphic Organizers, & Review Form

ELA Hwy

Regular price $14.00 Sale

This bundle includes:
<>workbook for the first story in the book (with key)
<>dual entry reading journal
<>graphic organizers
<>book review form for Flying Lessons & Other Stories
JOURNAL:
-Limitless journal for use throughout the novel. Teacher can dictate quantity and quality of entries.
-Includes cover page and an example entry.
-Task is to collect quotes which show character development.
Pg. 1: Cover page
Pg. 2-6: Journal entry pages
Pg. 7: Example entry
 
GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS:
-The graphic organizers can be used over and over again with other stories and even other books.
Pgs. 8-9: Two character graphic organizers. Each designed for use with any story/novel.
Pg. 10: Storyline graphic organizer. A graphic organizer that students can use with any story or novel, all year long, to identify:
Background, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action & Resolution
-Simply laid out, and simply phrased, but not elementary in style or structure
-Reluctant writers will find this invaluable as an aid when writing about what they have read.
<>IDEA: Laminate this document for each student and have them keep it handy to whip out off & on all year to make plot structure a natural part of the class reading routine.

-The graphic organizers (with minor changes) and the story review form can be used over and over again with other stories, books, films, or some poetry.
-Appropriate for grades 6-12


WORKBOOK:
The workbook is for the first story:
"How to Transform an Everyday, Ordinary Hoop Court into a Place of
Higher Learning and You at the Podium"
by Matt de la Pena
Pgs. 11-14: Reading comprehension questions & vocab activities
Pgs. 15: Key
Pg. 16: Character graphic organizer specifically for the story

-35 reading comprehension questions
-Three types of questions:
*Short answer (complete sentences not required)
*Complete answer (complete sentences required)
*True/false
<>Designed for students slightly below grade level. Questions are not all higher order thinking questions (but some are); they are roughly 8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for high schoolers who are below grade level.

BOOK REVIEW FORM:
Pg. 17: This can be used for ANY book/story! A GREAT resource all year long! Asks student to: describe the book; state what story they liked and disliked most and why; tell if they recommend it (or not); and star rate it.