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Fresh Ink: Workbook for "Tags" by Walter Dean Myers

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No-prep workbook for "Tags" by Walter Dean Myers.
A short story from Fresh Ink: An Anthology.

Pgs. 1-2: Reading comprehension questions & sketch
Pg. 3: Plot graphic organizer
Pg. 4: Story Review Form
Pg. 5: Key

> 18 reading comprehension questions
> Three types of questions:
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Complete Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
> Four questions are 'no wrong answer' style - to encourage independent thinking.
> Plot review form is a reusable. Can be used for any book, story, or epic poem. A career-long resource.
> One act play of four New York City teens shot down in the prime of life.
> Shocking, powerful ending!

> Themes: life, death, and the place in-between; unexpected encounters

<>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. Reflection questions encourage independent thinking - great for discussion. Roughly 8th grade level.