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Brians Return by Gary Paulsen: A Novel Study

Brians Return by Gary Paulsen: A Novel Study

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Published by Jean Martin
This is a ready-to-use, 30 page packet of materials to use with students in grades 4-7 who are reading Brian’s Return, by Gary Paulsen. Included is a 17 page student booklet plus a bookmark for keeping track of vocabulary words as students read. An answer key is included for the teacher as well. Included also is an optional mapping activity which may be used as a culmination or for differentiation for certain students as they read the book.
The student booklet contains four reading assignments with 4 pages of questions and tasks to go with each one. The booklets are designed to be used independently so that students may be working while the teacher is meeting with other groups. The questions and tasks in this booklet cover and reinforce the skills that good readers and writers need to understand and maintain; they are aligned with Common Core Standards. Skills and tasks include comprehension, summarizing, visualizing, questioning, clarifying, similes, idioms, connecting to the text, compare and contrast, recognizing setting and point-of-view. The packet gives students essential practice in writing to explain their thinking and to demonstrate their understanding
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Brian’s Return in a nutshell:
This book is designed for those students who are eager to learn what happened to Brian after his adventures in Paulsen’s books, Hatchet and The River. Brian is now a sixteen year old boy who feels out of place in his civilized school setting and is anxious to return to a life in the quiet and genuine setting that so often appears in his dreams. This is the story of his return and his chance to be a part of the natural, wild environment that he has missed so much.

Recognitions received for this book include:
Winner of Arkansas Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award (2001)
Winner of ALA Quick Pick for Young Adult Reluctant Readers (2000)
Nominee for Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award (2000)

Appropriate for students in grades 4-8. Reading level approximately 6th grade.
This is a ready-to-use, 30 page packet of materials to use with students in grades 4-7 who are reading Brian’s Return, by Gary Paulsen. Included is a 17 page student booklet plus a bookmark for keeping track of vocabulary words as students read. An answer key is included for the teacher as well. Included also is an optional mapping activity which may be used as a culmination or for differentiation for certain students as they read the book.
The student booklet contains four reading assignments with 4 pages of questions and tasks to go with each one. The booklets are designed to be used independently so that students may be working while the teacher is meeting with other groups. The questions and tasks in this booklet cover and reinforce the skills that good readers and writers need to understand and maintain; they are aligned with Common Core Standards. Skills and tasks include comprehension, summarizing, visualizing, questioning, clarifying, similes, idioms, connecting to the text, compare and contrast, recognizing setting and point-of-view. The packet gives students essential practice in writing to explain their thinking and to demonstrate their understanding
.
Brian’s Return in a nutshell:
This book is designed for those students who are eager to learn what happened to Brian after his adventures in Paulsen’s books, Hatchet and The River. Brian is now a sixteen year old boy who feels out of place in his civilized school setting and is anxious to return to a life in the quiet and genuine setting that so often appears in his dreams. This is the story of his return and his chance to be a part of the natural, wild environment that he has missed so much.

Recognitions received for this book include:
Winner of Arkansas Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award (2001)
Winner of ALA Quick Pick for Young Adult Reluctant Readers (2000)
Nominee for Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award (2000)

Appropriate for students in grades 4-8. Reading level approximately 6th grade.

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Published by: Jean Martin on Jun 15, 2013
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