ONE CRAZY SUMMER COMPREHENSION
One Crazy Summer Printables, Classroom Activities, Teacher
Three sisters, Delphine, Vonetta, and Fern, live with their father and grandmother in Brooklyn. One summer, their father sends them to California to stay with their mother, Cecile, a poet. She is involved with the Black Panther Party and the girls get a quick education about party members. Though it was an eventful summer, the girls are glad to
One Crazy Summer - Novel Studies
PDF fileOne Crazy Summer By Rita Williams-Garcia Suggestions and Expectations This curriculum unit can be used in a variety of ways. Each chapter of the novel study focuses on three chapters of One Crazy Summer and is comprised of five of the following different activities: • Before You Read • Vocabulary Building • Comprehension Questions
5th Grade Literature - Unit 5: One Crazy Summer | Common
In this unit, students explore the meaning of family, community, and identity by reading the core text One Crazy Summer. Through the eyes of eleven-year-old Delphine, readers experience life in Oakland, California, in 1968, the height of the Black Panther movement.
SAMPLE Inc. Units, Novel - ECS Learning Systems
PDF fileOne Crazy Summer Activity #17 • Comprehension Use After Reading (Sequencing) Sequence Directions:Fill out two sequencing charts, one that traces the development of the relationship between the girls and Cecile, and one that follows the girls’ involvement with the People’s Center. 1. First 2. Next 3. Then 4. And 5. Then 6. Finally
One Crazy Summer | BookPagez
One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia. This 9 question Common Core aligned assessment can be used to determine students' overall comprehension of One Crazy Summer and their mastery of the Common Core State Standards. Preview the Resources Download the Resources.
Teaching Voracious Readers: One Crazy Summer
Also discuss whether the book title (One Crazy Summer) is appropriate for this book and how. Rita Williams-Garcia Writing activity demonstrating inferential comprehension: Students can write a letter either from the perspective of Cecile to Delphine, or from the perspective of Delphine to Cecile, dated one year from the end of the story.
By Rita Williams-Garcia Discussion Guide
PDF file“One Crazy Summer is a genuine rarity: a book that is both important in its contents and utterly engaging in its characters . . . with the tremendous bonus of being beautifully written.”—Linda Sue Park, Newbery Medal–winning author of A Single Shard wwwercollinschildrens Photo by Jason Berger
5th Grade Literature - Unit 5: One Crazy Summer - Lesson 9
One Crazy Summer — "Cassius Clay Clouds" and "Golden Gate Bridge" RL.5.3. Analyze the role Delphine plays in the family, by using specific details to compare and contrast two or more characters in a story. 2. One Crazy Summer — "Secret Agent Mother" RL.5.3.
One Crazy Summer-- Pre-Reading Activities | Pre reading
Introduce students to One Crazy Summer with this engaging, interactive set of pre-reading activities. Students decide how they feel about a novel from their first interaction with it so having engaging pre-reading activities is important; they set the stage for the new novel.