You and your students will love this Esperanza Rising, by Pam Munoz Ryan Interactive Layered Flip book. Great alternative to the run-of-the-mill study guide. Students will practice reading / summarization skills, recalling details, writing, finding textual evidence, citing evidence, and discovering meanings. Differentiation, Interactive notebooks – minimal cutting, this is the most organized approach to a novel study you will find.
Esperanza Rising is a young adult historical fiction novel by Pam Muñoz Ryan. Esperanza lived a comfortable and privileged life with her family on their large ranch in Mexico. She suffers an unexpected tragedy that forces Esperanza and her mother to leave and immigrate to California during the Great Depression. She then lives a new life as a migrant worker in a camp among Mexican farm workers. This novel study is perfect for middle school English language arts grades 6-8
★Complete answer key for the entire flip book
★By chapter guided reading questions
★For print PDF file and technology resource digital flipbook via Google Drive.
Each “flap” is ¾ inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer.
Print in color or grayscale. White paper or color paper.
Are you using technology?
Get ready for your technology infused 21st century classroom! Your common core lessons will be alive with enthusiasm when you bring digital notebooks to your students. #tptdigital
Educational Technology. Mobile Learning. Google Resource. Digital Classroom.
You don’t need to be a teacher in a 1:1 classroom to deliver digital content for your lesson plans and curriculum. Using a teaching text, or instructional web tool – like an online textbook paired with Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, or a learning management system, is an excellent first step to try paperless classroom instructional technology methods.
Elearning promotes differentiation, collaboration, improves overall learning objectives, and student growth mindset, which are proven advantages of using classroom technology.
Created by Danielle Knight, © Study All Knight ™, The Knight Stuff, LLC
upper elementary, middle school literature, ELA, the great depression, young adult literature, Mexican American fiction, immigration, California migrant workers
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