Anne Frank Reading Guide

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Saddleback Educational Publ, Aug 1, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 43 pages
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Struggling readers frequently lack basic reading skills and are not equipped with the prior knowledge and reading strategies to thoroughly engage in the classroom literature experience. Give your students the background and support they need to understand and enjoy literature. With these reading guides, your students will practice reading comprehension skills, sharpen their vocabulary, and learn to identify literary elements. Paperback books range in reading level from 4 to 10. Reproducible. Contents Include: Teacher and student support materials, reproducible student activity sheets, an end-of-book test, and an answer key. Each reading guide divides the novel into six manageable units. Prepares all students for reading success through activating prior knowledge. Focuses reading with guiding "Questions to Think About". Build vocabulary with pre-reading and during-reading activities.
 

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Contents

Focus Your Knowledge
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I Sunday 14 June 1942Thursday 12 November 1942
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Deepen Your Understanding
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II Tuesday 17 November 1942Tuesday 3 August 1943
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Deepen Your Understanding
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V Thursday 23 March 1944Monday 5 June 1944
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Deepen Your Understanding
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III Wednesday 4 August 1943Friday 28 January 1944
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Deepen Your Understanding
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IV Thursday 3 February 1944Wednesday 22 March 1944
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Deepen Your Understanding
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VI Tuesday 6 June 1944Afterword
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Build Your Vocabulary
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Multiple Choice
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Short Answer
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Deepen Your Understanding
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EndofBook Test
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Answer Key
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