By Rob Reid
During this timesaving source, Reid makes studying aloud to teenagers and teenagers effortless by way of opting for titles in high-interest issues and delivering context to focus on nice passages. Make examining enjoyable and fascinating with: passages from four hundred titles encompassing fiction and nonfiction; recommendation on tips to arrange for a read-aloud; an issue index to make application making plans more uncomplicated; and, bibliographic info on all titles. you'll find lots to have interaction your audiences and reinvigorate courses!
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6–10. Armie, a half-Armenian, half-Shawnee boy, is very comfortable around birds and animals. He transfers to the North Mountains School in the wilderness. He discovers a pond a few miles away from campus. Something in the pond calls to him, trying to lure him to his death. A Native American named Mitch works with Armie to try to kill the monster that inhabits the pond. 10-Minute Selection: Read the first page of chapter 2. It starts with the line, “The first time I saw the dark pond was on one of my walks,” and lets the audience know that the main character attends a wilderness school.
In fact, since birth, wherever I am . . ” We eventually learn that the reason she moved was to escape her ex-boyfriend, who became overly obsessed with her. Jean may have witchcraft powers; her ancestor was burned as a witch. Jean’s cousin Tory believes that Jean inherited their descendant’s powers. Tory wants them for herself, even if it means going to dangerous extremes. ” What “starts” is Tory’s personal, vindictive war against Jean. Jean approaches her school locker. ” The rat turns out to be from the school’s biology lab.
A creature with no interest in magic or rules. A thing that would simply kill anything in its way, regardless of species. ” This is the first book in Colfer’s popular series. 10-Minute Selection: Read the prologue, which briefly introduces Artemis. ” Begin with the sentence, “Butler checked the porta-radar, muting the volume in case the equipment betrayed their position,” and read until the end of the chapter. Artemis and Butler 22 The Read-Alouds spot Holly for the first time and subdue her. Holly is astonished by how much these two humans know about fairies.