Type:

Interactive, E-book, Game, Graphic Organizer/Worksheet

Description:

Questions, quizzes and activities for the novel, Tuck Everlasting.

Subjects:

  • Education > General
  • Language Arts > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

Keywords:

Tuck Everlasting Natalie Babbitt

Language:

English

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Update Standards?

LA.6.R.1.a: English Language Arts

Use knowledge of a variety of decoding strategies, such as letter-sound correspondence, syllable patterns, decoding by analogy, word structure, use of syntactic (grammar) cues, and use of semantic (meaning) cues, to read unfamiliar words

LA.6.R.1.b: English Language Arts

Integrate sources of information to decode unfamiliar words, self-monitor, and self-correct for word-reading accuracy

LA.6.R.1.c: English Language Arts

Use word recognition skills and strategies quickly, accurately, and automatically when decoding unfamiliar words

LA.6.R.1.d: English Language Arts

Recognize at sight a large body of high-frequency words and specialized content vocabulary

LA.6.R.2.a: English Language Arts

Extend knowledge of word meaning through direct and indirect means

LA.6.R.2.b: English Language Arts

Use word structure knowledge, such as roots (e.g., Greek and Latin), prefixes, and suffixes, to determine word meaning

LA.6.R.2.c: English Language Arts

Use prior knowledge and experience in order to understand ideas and vocabulary found in a variety of texts

LA.6.R.2.d: English Language Arts

Acquire new vocabulary by engaging with a variety of texts written by a range of different authors

LA.6.R.2.e: English Language Arts

Use self-monitoring strategies to identify specific vocabulary difficulties that disrupt comprehension, and employ an efficient course of action, such as using a known word base or a resource such as a glossary to resolve the difficulty

LA.6.R.2.f: English Language Arts

Determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context, dictionaries, glossaries, and other print resources, including electronic resources

LA.6.R.2.g: English Language Arts

Use a thesaurus to identify synonyms and antonyms

LA.6.R.3.a: English Language Arts

Read grade-level texts from a variety of genres, in varying text formats and by different authors, for a variety of purposes

LA.6.R.3.b: English Language Arts

Use a variety of strategies (e.g., summarizing, forming questions, visualizing, and making connections) to support understanding of texts read

LA.6.R.3.c: English Language Arts

Employ self-monitoring strategies and engage in self-correcting behaviors when comprehension has been disrupted

LA.6.R.3.d: English Language Arts

Ask questions to self-monitor comprehension, to clarify understanding, and to focus reading

LA.6.R.3.e: English Language Arts

Make connections between texts being read to own lives, the lives of others, other texts read in the past, and the world at large

LA.6.R.3.f: English Language Arts

State or summarize a main idea and support it or elaborate on it with relevant details

LA.6.R.3.g: English Language Arts

Present a point of view or interpretation of a text, such as its theme or the author's intended message, and support it with relevant details from the text

LA.6.R.3.h: English Language Arts

Read grade-level texts and answer literal, inferential, analytic, and evaluative questions

LA.6.R.3.i: English Language Arts

Use prior knowledge, along with multiple sources of information, to support comprehension, from forming predictions to making inferences and drawing conclusions

LA.6.R.3.j: English Language Arts

Note and describe aspects of the writer's craft, and explain the role that crafting techniques play in helping the reader comprehend the text

LA.6.R.3.k: English Language Arts

Participate cooperatively and collaboratively in group discussions of texts

LA.6.R.3.l: English Language Arts

Demonstrate comprehension of grade-level texts through a range of responses, such as writing, drama, and presentations

LA.6.R.3.m: English Language Arts

Demonstrate personal response to grade-level texts through a range of responses, such as writing, drama, and oral presentations

LA.6.R.4.a: English Language Arts

Show interest in reading a wide range of texts, topics, genres, and authors

LA.6.R.4.b: English Language Arts

Read voluntarily for a variety of purposes

LA.6.R.4.c: English Language Arts

Be familiar with titles and authors of a wide range of literature

LA.6.R.4.d: English Language Arts

Engage in independent silent reading for extended periods of time

LA.6.W.1.a: English Language Arts

Correctly spell words within own writing that have been previously studied or that follow previously studied spelling patterns

LA.6.W.1.b: English Language Arts

Use a variety of spelling resources, such as dictionaries and spell-check tools, to support correct spelling

LA.6.W.2.a: English Language Arts

Use legible print and/or cursive writing

LA.6.W.3.a: English Language Arts

Engage in a variety of writing activities, both student and teacher initiated, to respond to the reading of literary and informational texts

LA.6.W.3.b: English Language Arts

Engage in a variety of writing activities, both student and teacher initiated, in response to listening to literary and informational texts

LA.6.W.3.c: English Language Arts

Write on a wide range of topics, both student and teacher selected

LA.6.W.3.d: English Language Arts

Write for a variety of purposes, selecting a form of writing appropriate to the function of the written communication

LA.6.W.3.e: English Language Arts

Select an organizational pattern for writing that effectively communicates the topic and purpose of the text to the intended audience

LA.6.W.3.f: English Language Arts

Write, using a variety of media such as print and electronic

LA.6.W.3.g: English Language Arts

Use the writing process (e.g., prewriting, drafting, revising, proofreading, and editing)

LA.6.W.3.h: English Language Arts

Use a variety of prewriting strategies to plan and organize writing

LA.6.W.3.i: English Language Arts

Review writing independently in order to revise for focus, development of ideas, organization, and language use

LA.6.W.3.j: English Language Arts

Review writing independently to address editing concerns

LA.6.W.3.k: English Language Arts

Write for a wide variety of audiences

LA.6.W.3.l: English Language Arts

Adjust style of writing, including voice and language used, according to purpose and audience

LA.6.W.3.m: English Language Arts

Demonstrate effective use of writer's-craft techniques, such as literary devices, when writing

LA.6.W.3.n: English Language Arts

Review writing with teachers and peers

LA.6.W.4.a: English Language Arts

Engage in writing voluntarily to communicate ideas and emotions to a variety of audiences

LA.6.W.4.b: English Language Arts

Engage in writing voluntarily for a variety of purposes

LA.6.W.4.c: English Language Arts

Engage in writing voluntarily on a range of topics

LA.6.W.4.d: English Language Arts

Publish writing in a variety of presentation or display mediums, for a variety of audiences

LA.6.L.1.a: English Language Arts

Listen attentively, for an extended period of time, to a variety of texts read aloud

LA.6.L.1.b: English Language Arts

Listen attentively, for an extended period of time, to oral presentations

LA.6.L.1.c: English Language Arts

Listen attentively for different purposes, both student determined and teacher determined

LA.6.L.1.d: English Language Arts

Respond appropriately to what is heard

LA.6.L.1.e: English Language Arts

Listen respectfully when others speak

LA.6.S.1.a: English Language Arts

Speak in response to listening to a variety of texts

LA.6.S.1.b: English Language Arts

Speak in response to listening to and viewing a variety of performances

LA.6.S.1.c: English Language Arts

Use appropriate and precise vocabulary to communicate ideas

LA.6.S.1.d: English Language Arts

Use grammatically correct sentences when speaking

LA.6.S.1.e: English Language Arts

Include details and examples relevant to the audience when speaking

LA.6.S.1.f: English Language Arts

Communicate ideas in an organized and coherent manner

LA.6.S.1.g: English Language Arts

Demonstrate understanding of the need to vary formality of language according to the audience and purpose for speaking

LA.6.S.1.h: English Language Arts

Speak with expression, volume, pace, and gestures appropriate for the topic, audience, and purpose of communication

LA.6.S.1.i: English Language Arts

Respond respectfully to others, and offer feedback to others in a respectful and responsive manner

LA.6.S.1.j: English Language Arts

Participate in group discussions on a range of topics and for a variety of purposes
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