Novel Study for Sideways Stories from Wayside School -- Standards Aligned
This No Prep Novel Unit is for use with Louis Sachar’s Sideways Stories from Wayside School and contains 39-template pages of interactive, cross-curricular and engaging activities -- all standards-aligned. This print-and-go unit contains interactive journal pages, comprehension, literary analysis and a whole lot more.
Differentiated for use with the whole class.

#1 Cover
#2 Questions Along the Way
#3 In My Opinion
#4 Story Connectors
#5 Character Analysis: Sharie, Todd and Bebe
#6 Character Analysis: Calvin, Maurecia and Myron
#7 Character Analysis: Jason, Paul and Rondi
#8 Character Analysis: Deedee, Sammy and Dana
#9 Character Analysis: D.J., John and Leslie
#10 Character Analysis: Miss Zarves, Ron and Kathy
#11 Mrs. Gorf, Mrs. Jewls and Joe
#12 The Three Erics, Allison and Dameon
#13 Jenny, Joy and Terrence
#14 Nancy, Stephen and Louis
#15 Blank Template
#16 Interactive Notebook Pocket
#17 Inferring Character Feelings
#18 Correct the Errors
#19 Character Conflicts
#20 Dictionary Skills Activity
#21 Quick Write Compare and Contrast
#22 Story Summary
#23 Character Changes from Beginning to End
#24 Text to Text: Connecting Fiction Texts
#25 My Thoughts While Reading Template
#26 Comprehension Quiz 1
#27 Comprehension Quiz 2
#28 Inferring Character Feelings
#29 Inferring Differently
#30 My Inference
#31 Cause and Effect
#32 Compare and Contract Two Characters
#33 Think, Question and Analyze
#34 Sideways Stories from Wayside School In Brief
#35 Louis Sachar’s Humor
#36 Book Review
#37 Lights, Camera, Action
#38 Sensory Effects
#39 Rubric for Constructed Response Questions

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