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The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang
The Princess and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang
The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang: The BIG Workbook
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The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang: The BIG Workbook

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The Prince and the Dressmaker
by Jen Wang

> Extensive workbook for an acclaimed graphic novel! (See below for recognitions.)
> 28 pages
> Has common core connections

CONTENTS
Pg. 00       Teacher Cover Page
Pg. 0          Student Cover Page
Pgs. 1-22   Student Workbook
       > Pg. 18-21   Four Graphic Organizers
       > Pg. 22        Review Form
Pgs. 23-26  Answer Key

Details
> Questions for every chapter
> 150 questions
> 4 graphic organizers, 3 based on novel characters, not generic
> Novel review form is a reusable, career-long resource
> Questions are not only checks on reading; many require close reading, are reflection-driven, open-ended, and vocab sections include minor sketching.
> Vocab for every chapter
> Close-reading character graphic organizers

QUESTIONS
Four types
  • Short Response (complete sentences not required)
  • Written Response (complete sentences required)
  • True/False
  • Nine thought bubble activities
Example Questions
> Why would Frances ask Emile if the client is an aristocrat?
> What is Sebastian’s conflict? 1 sentence minimum
> Is Sebastian’s conflict internal or external? 
> On pages 50-51 we see a prince who feels very differently from earlier pages. Compare his facial expressions on pages 50-51 to earlier in the chapter.
> What do you think Sebastian and Frances are thinking on page 262?
> Why does Lady Sophia want Frances to create a “ghastly” dress for the ball?
> What are at least three things the king does in chapters 10-11 which you feel he would not have done at the beginning of the novel?  3 sentence minimum
> Who are the two people who know Sebastian’s secret?
> What words would you use to describe how the audience is feeling in picture B
> What has Frances been hiding that she wants to express?
> Between the two scenes below, Peter’s attitude toward Frances changes dramatically. What causes the change? 
> Clue 4 tells me: __________________
> Which of the theme/s below did you see in the novel?
> Pg. 47. The Prince says, “My whole life is other people deciding what’s acceptable. When I put on a dress, I get to decide what’s silly.”
Can you can relate? Have you ever felt like other people get to decide what’s acceptable, or not, for you? Have you ever felt like you can’t be yourself because it’s not what you are “supposed” to be? By family? Friends? Other adults? Society in general? What about expectations made by media, music, or TV/Film?
Discuss this, or the closest experience/s you have to this. 5 sentence minimum

<>All resources designed for struggling learners. Perfect modified resources for special education or below-level learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); they are roughly 7th grade level and include a number of open-ended, sketch response, and reflection-based questions.

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Acclaim for The Prince and the Dressmaker:
Washington Post Best Graphic Novel of 2018
NPR Best Book of 2018
Boston Globe Best Children's Book of 2018
Publishers Weekly Best Books of the Year
Joint winner of the 2018 Harvey Award for Best Children’s or Young Adult Book
2019 Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards Teen Book of the Year