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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 Resources Bundled

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: All Resources Bundled

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Regular price $37.00 Sale

This bundle includes all The Marrow Thieves products: "the big workbook", two tests, and 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
 
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.
       
      TESTS
      TEST ONE
      >Covers pages 1-99
      >Questions address basic events, characters, surrounding, & relationships
      >Answer Key on last page (page 4)

      25 questions:
      *18 multiple choice
      *6 True/false
      *1 Short response

      Example Questions:
      Frenchie’s dad never returned from…
      (A) looking for clean water
      (B) from a hunting trip
      (C) the north
      (D) a Council meeting

      What is Story?
      (A) stories about the schools
      (B) history
      (C) Anishinaabe history
      (D) A, B, & C

      What happens to non-Indigenous people in this changed world?
      (A) they stop dreaming
      (B) they turn on one another and kill eachother
      (C) they try to clean up the pollution
      (D) they try to protect Indigenous people

      What are bells used for/as?
      (A) to help the family keep dreaming
      (B) to hear animals/game
      (C) an alarm system
      (D) positive energy for the family
       
      >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 (page 4)

      25 questions:
      *18 multiple choice
      *6 True/false
      *1 Short response

      Example Questions:
      What secret does Miig keep from the family, but shares with Frenchie?
      (A) Miig can’t dream anymore
      (B) the government is burning down the forests to scare out the Indigenous people
      (C) a new school is being built in the north
      (D) there is no one in the north, he was just trying to give the family hope
       
      How are Isaac and Miigwans captured?
      (A) they are caught while camping
      (B) Indigenous traitors lead Recruiters to them
      (C) they stayed in the city too long
      (D) the book never says
       
      What is Minerva’s miracle?
      (A) She comes back to life after the Recruiters kill her
      (B) she has the power to destroy the Recruiter's machines
      (C) she can use song, Native language, and dreams to destroy the school
      (D) B & C

      >Maze at the end to keeps students busy and quiet while other finish, just for fun.
       

      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."


        <>All resources are designed for students slightly below grade level. Questions are not all higher order thinking questions (a few are); they are roughly 8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for below grade level high school students or high school special education students who struggle with reading.