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Baseball Bundled: Seven Novel Studies by Jean Martin

Baseball Bundled: Seven Novel Studies by Jean Martin

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In this packet I have bundled together seven separate novel studies that I have created to use with students in grades 4-8 who are reading baseball themed novels. Each of these is also sold separately but by purchasing this bundled packet, you will get 7 for the price of 4! A big savings for you and a convenience to have all of these novel studies on hand to use with students who enjoy learning and reading about baseball! Novel studies included in this product are:
The Lucky Baseball Bat (by Matt Christopher) Heat (by Mike Lupica)
The Big Field (Mike Lupica)
Babe and Me (Dan Gutman)
Shoeless Joe and Me (Dan Gutman)
Keeping Score (Linda Sue Park)
The Boy Who Saved Baseball (John Ritter)

Each individual novel study is designed as a separate workbook with clear instructions to go with the tasks and activities in order to support independent work. A separate answer key is provided for each novel study. The student workbooks offer the following components:
1. separate weekly reading assignments for the text
2. vocabulary practice and vocabulary bookmarks
3. activities to demonstrate and reinforce comprehension
4. reading skills practice that includes: visualizing, questioning, clarifying, making connections, cause and effect, inference, recognizing point-of-view, author’s purpose, and determining character traits
5. practice with language skills (such as similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, interpreting expressions)
6. writing practice for describing, explaining, and/or summarizing

Most of the tasks that appear in the student workbooks promote close reading and are aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). They are designed to prepare students with the higher level skills needed for eventual high school and college work.

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**The original purchaser of this document is granted permission to copy for teaching purposes only. If you are NOT the original purchaser, please download the item from my store before making any copies. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item or any part thereof on the Internet is strictly prohibited without first gaining permission from the author. Violations are subject to the penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Please contact me at jabmartin@aol.com if you wish to be granted special permission.**
In this packet I have bundled together seven separate novel studies that I have created to use with students in grades 4-8 who are reading baseball themed novels. Each of these is also sold separately but by purchasing this bundled packet, you will get 7 for the price of 4! A big savings for you and a convenience to have all of these novel studies on hand to use with students who enjoy learning and reading about baseball! Novel studies included in this product are:
The Lucky Baseball Bat (by Matt Christopher) Heat (by Mike Lupica)
The Big Field (Mike Lupica)
Babe and Me (Dan Gutman)
Shoeless Joe and Me (Dan Gutman)
Keeping Score (Linda Sue Park)
The Boy Who Saved Baseball (John Ritter)

Each individual novel study is designed as a separate workbook with clear instructions to go with the tasks and activities in order to support independent work. A separate answer key is provided for each novel study. The student workbooks offer the following components:
1. separate weekly reading assignments for the text
2. vocabulary practice and vocabulary bookmarks
3. activities to demonstrate and reinforce comprehension
4. reading skills practice that includes: visualizing, questioning, clarifying, making connections, cause and effect, inference, recognizing point-of-view, author’s purpose, and determining character traits
5. practice with language skills (such as similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, interpreting expressions)
6. writing practice for describing, explaining, and/or summarizing

Most of the tasks that appear in the student workbooks promote close reading and are aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). They are designed to prepare students with the higher level skills needed for eventual high school and college work.

__________________________________
**The original purchaser of this document is granted permission to copy for teaching purposes only. If you are NOT the original purchaser, please download the item from my store before making any copies. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item or any part thereof on the Internet is strictly prohibited without first gaining permission from the author. Violations are subject to the penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Please contact me at jabmartin@aol.com if you wish to be granted special permission.**

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Published by: Jean Martin on Sep 18, 2013
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