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This year we will gain participate in the Global Read Aloud Project 2011 to join thousands of other students enjoying the read-aloud of Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt.
Please join us as we ponder the question:
If you had the chance to stay young forever, would you take it? Why or Why not?
Tuck's weekly breakdown looks like this:
Week 1 - September 19 - 23: Prologue, Chapters 1-6
Week 2 - September 26 - 30: Chapters 7-13
Week 3 - October 3 - 7: Chapters 14-20
Week 4 - October 10 - 14: Chapters 21-25, Epilogue
Students: Login to Edmodo and join the Student Tuck Everlasting group--
Respond to the Tuck NC to WA group.
Character Traits: Why are they important to the story? Log in to view: W6 W7 W8
Reading and Writing for 10/3 - 10/12: Assignments -- click here.
Strand: Literary Elements:
Strand: Analysis: Cause/Effect
Strand Comprehension: 1) Main idea/details 2) Summarize
Strand Analysis: Cause/Effect
Strand Critical Thinking: Generalize
Resources on Characterization
Project Schedule -- Week 1 and 2 Focus:
Read: 2.2.3 Setting/ Characters / Plot RHB Setting 353-359; Character 340,341; 342,342;
Prep: Tuck Everlasting
Have you ever wished you could live forever?
Story Listen: Visualize; Setting; Character
What are the advantages of living forever? What are the disadvantages of living forever? Chart