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This teaching guide for The Givercontains 140 pages of student coursework, quizzes, tests, and teacher guides aligned with seventh through ninth grade English / Language Arts content standards, including:
This The Giver Literature Guide includes:
Notes/Activity on Genre
List of Allusions and Terminology
Vocabulary List With and Without Definitions
Anticipation/Reaction Pre-Reading Activity
Note-Taking and Summarizing Activities
Standards Focus Activities on Foreshadowing, Point of View, Symbolism, Setting and Problem, Imagery, Elements of Style, Conflict, Theme, Character Development, and Elements of Plot
Comprehension Check Questions Every Two Chapters
Assessment Preparation Activities Including Punctuation, Spelling, and Grammar, Word Origins Etymology, Identifying Parts of Speech, Vocabulary in Context, Verb Tense and Agreement, Synonyms and Antonyms, Sentence Structure, and more
Reading Quizzes Every Two Chapters
Vocabulary Quizzes Every Two Chapters
Two Final Test Versions
Pre-Reading Ideas and Activities
Post-Reading Ideas and Activities
Essay/Writing Ideas and Prompts
Response to Literature Rubric
Complete Answer Key
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Angela Frith Antrim graduated from Duke University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and Political Science. After working as a buyer for a department store chain for five years, Ms. Antrim attended Salem College to earn her Elementary Education certification. Ms. Antrim taught 4th and 5th grades, as well as art in North Carolina public and private schools. Ms. Antrim currently writes classroom curriculum from her home in North Carolina. She has written Literature Guides for Tuck Everlasting, The Giver, Frankenstein, 1984, and Maniac Magee for Secondary Solutions. Ms. Antrim has also contributed to a math intervention curriculum for the state of California.
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