Ndla. Having read a novel, you are traditionally asked to analyze the book or write a book report, and an outline for such work can be found in the Skills and Tools menu.
On this page, however, we have listed different ideas for working with a novel, hoping you may find some of them interesting and rewarding. Some of the projects are based on digital tools that can be downloaded or sites where you need a personal account. These tools are all free. Board Game ROWECreate a board game in which the game pieces represent the characters and the board shows the plot sequence or main events of the novel. You can find more information about making a board game on this page: Create a Board Game. Trailer Movie previews always offer a quick sequence of the highlights in the movie to lure us into watching it. Act Out or Dramatize Use puppets or finger puppets representing the main characters in the novel and act out the plot of the entire novel. Dramatize a scene from the story with other students. Talk Show. For ESL English Language Learners.
What is most notable about this funny, touching, memorable novel is the resounding accuracy with which the author captures the voice of a boy on the brink of adulthood.
Charlie is a freshman. And while's he's not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. He's a wallflower--shy and introspective, and intelligent. We learn about Charlie through the letters he writes. Charlie encounters the same struggles that many kids face in high school--how to make friends, the intensity of a crush, family tensions, a first relationship, exploring sexuality, experimenting with drugs--but he must also deal with his best friend's recent suicide. The-perks-of-being-a-wallflower-study-guide. Skip Reske's ESL BITS - English Language Learning - ESL Listening Stories, Songs, Audiobooks.
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Från jullovet till nu har jag arbetat med The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian av Sherman Alexie med mina nior.
Vi har arbetat en lektion i veckan och eleverna har läst största delen hemma. Det är en hyfsat enkel bok med en hel del illustrationer som underlättar förståelsen. Om ni inte har tillgång till klassuppsättning av boken kan ni hitta den digitalt här: Digital version Här kommer en sammanställning av hela temat. Använd gärna: Lektion 1: Say Geronimo Lektion 2: I am Zero Lektion 3: Discussion Lektion 4: Skype in the classroom - Indians Lektion 5: Writing (Vi har gjort annat än detta också lektionstid, därav att det är 5 lektioner.)
Pearltrees.com - skapa ett konto på Pearltrees och ta del av de länkar som jag samlat till detta tema. Eva Martinsson köpt in boken till Av Media Skåne. Www.randomhouse.com.au/content/teachers/tsk absolutely true diary.pdf. Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian Vocab flashcards. Hidden America: Children of the Plains. Eng 8A, 9C. You have read a chapter of the book: " The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.
Today we are going to read the text together and help each other writing an emotional poem. This is how you do it: 1. Write a Sensory Emotion Poem Work in pairs. When you read the text - what did you think of? Choose one emotion that you think describes the text best. Title (Emotion) (Line 1) (Emotion) is (color) (Line 2) What does the emotion taste like? (Line 3) What does the emotion smell like? (Line 4) What does the emotion feel like? (Line 5) What does the emotion sound like?
(Line 6) What does the emotion look like? (Line 7) (Emotion) is _____________(include a metaphor) If you don't remember what a methapor is you can find help here: Metaphor 2. Save your poem and send it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ndla. Sherman Alexie, the author of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, in the state of Washington.
Sherman Alexie In the novel we meet Arnold Spirit Jr., a fourteen-year-old Indian. The character is partly based on Alexie’s own experiences. Arnold or Junior as he is often called, is the reservation outcast – an outsider – and he is routinely bullied and beaten up. His parents are alcoholics and the family poor. At times, poverty is just terrible and thus Arnold sometimes wishes that he could draw "a fist full of twenty dollar bills, and perform some magic trick and make them real". Arnold, like Sherman Alexie, makes a choice to leave the reservation and attend the white school 22 miles away in Reardan. Check these words before you read/listen to chapter 1: Vocabulary. 0 Absolutely True Diary Curriculum full. EnglishTheWave - home. Number_the_stars.pdf.