Here's What You'll Get and Why:
My goal was to make it easy to teach readers how to think about “You Wouldn't Want to Be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty” using a variety of comprehension strategies. That's why I've included page by page lesson plans, guided practice worksheets, and text specific reader's notebook prompts for the following strategies:
- Making Connections
- Identifying the Author's Purpose
- Determining Importance
- Asking Questions
- Understanding Text Structure
I also created an Extension Activity for early finishers.
Next, I find that vocabulary instruction works best when it's done within the context of books that students are already reading. That's why I've included the following vocabulary resources:
- Vocabulary Word List
- Flash Cards (match words to pictures and match words to definitions)
- Interactive Vocabulary Notebook Cards
- Vocabulary Word Games Printable
- Personal Vocabulary Word Bookmark
This set of resources also includes the following:
- Running Record Assessment
- Answer Keys
- Common Core State Standard Alignment
- BONUS: Surprise Sample Resource
I hope that you will enjoy using my resources along with your copy or copies of “You Wouldn't Want to Be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty” by John Malam.
If you have any questions about the resources included in this set please email me at AmyMackenzie@BookPagez.com. It will be my pleasure to reply and help you in any way I can.
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