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The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves Cherie Dimaline products: workbook, chapter questions, tests, assessments, dual entry journal, resources
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: All Materials Bundled

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: All Materials Bundled

ELA Hwy

Regular price $37.00 Sale

This bundle includes all The Marrow Thieves products: workbook & chapter questions, 2 tests, & dual entry journal
-Each item purchased separately costs: $40.50
-Bundled here: $37

<>CONTENTS<>
Pg 0 - Table of Contents
Pgs 1-35 - Workbook (chapter questions, vocab activities, maps, and more)
Pgs 36-43 - Tests
Pgs 44-47 - Dual Entry Journal
 
<>THE WORKBOOK<>
-Pg. 1: Workbook cover page
-Pgs. 2-22: Chapter questions and vocab activities
-Pg. 23:  Novel-based crossword puzzle
-Pgs. 24-27: Answer key
-Pgs. 28-29: Maps
-Pg. 30: Canada's Prime Minister statement of apology to Indigenous peoples
-Pgs. 31-33: Additional resources and ideas for classroom activities and studies related to the novel
-Pgs. 34-35: Book Review Form. This can be used for ANY book! A GREAT resource all year long! Asks student to: describe protagonist, summarize book, tell if they recommend it (or not) and why, and rate it.
 
-Covers the whole book
-Questions for every chapter
-Key included
-203 chapter questions total
-Book Review Form at end which can be used for ANY novel, a great resource
-About 10% of questions are open-ended thought questions to encourage independent thinking. The rest have right/wrong answers.
-A few questions ask students to sketch a scene
-Vocabulary activity for each chapter
 
Three types of questions for each chapter:
-Short answer (complete sentences not required)
-Complete answer (complete sentences required)
-True/false
 
Example Questions:
-On page 18, Frenchie makes an observation of Miigwans’ shoes. What does his observation tell the reader about Miigwans, or the world?
-Why does Frenchie touch the fence before Miig can?
-At first, Indigenous people were treated one way, then as time passed, they were treated differently. How did the way they were treated change?
-Why does Frenchie touch the fence before Miig can? 
-Why does the family encourage independence? -Make a sketch of the trees described on page 91. 
-What does the reader learn about why the world changed?
True/False
-Slopper was allowed to hear Story before he was seven.
-The new member of the family is a soft-spoken girl.
-Frenchie falls asleep because he is tired from the long hike.
 
  • Designed for students slightly below grade level. The questions are not all higher order thinking questions (some are); they are roughly 8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for high schoolers who are below grade level. It is also just a great dystopian novel!
 
<>THE TESTS<>
TEST ONE:
-Covers pages 1-99
-Questions address basic events, characters, surrounding, & relationships
-Answer Key on last page
 
25 questions:
-18 multiple choice
-6 true/false
-1 short response
 

Example Questions:
-What did Mitch sacrifice to save Frenchie?
his food, his money, himself, their parents

    -What is Story?
    stories about the schools, history, Anishinaabe history, A, B, & C

    -What happened to Miig’s husband?
    he was taken to the schools, he died from polluted water, he disappeared mysteriously, the book never says

    Maze at the end to keeps students busy and quiet while other finish, just for fun.
     
    TEST TWO:
    -Covers pages 100-234
    -Questions address basic events, characters, surrounding, & relationships
    -Answer Key on last page
    25 questions:
    -18 multiple choice
    -6 True/false
    -1 Short response

    Example Questions:
    -When Miig went back to get Isaac, he was told by a truck driver all the people were…
    gone, used up, taken to a different school, dead because the school burned down, none of the above
      -What is Minerva’s miracle?
      she comes back to life after the Recruiters kill her; she has the power to destroy the Recruiters machines; she can use song, Native language, and dreams to destroy the school; B & C
        -When the family joins the Council and community, Frenchie feels…
        resentful, confused, jealous, guilty, all of the above
         
        Maze at the end to keeps students busy and quiet while other finish, just for fun.
         
        <>THE JOURNAL<>
        Limitless journal for use throughout the novel. Teacher can dictate quantity and quality of entries. Includes cover page, and, an example entry.
        It is suggested that teacher may several copies of page 3 as students will likely need more space.
         
        INCLUDES:
        Cover page
        2 Journal entry pages
        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."
        • Like all ELAHwy products, these are designed for students slightly below grade level. The questions are not all higher order thinking questions (but some are); they are roughly 8th grade level questions. Perfect accommodated or alternative reading for high schoolers who are below grade level or have SpEd accommodations. It is also just a great dystopian novel! 
         
        "Just when you think you have nothing left to lose, they come for your dreams."

        Same product on TeachersPayTeachers: $45