The House on Mango Street 122-page novel study unit: complete lesson, activity, analysis and assessment bundle complete with student coursework, activities, quizzes, tests, and more aligned with the Common Core State Standards for ELA as well as the NCTE/IRA National ELA Content Standards in English for grades 9-12. Everything you've ever wanted in a unit plan is in this Guide! This The House on Mango Street Literature Guide is the solution to your lesson planning and CCSS stress!
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This The House on Mango Street Literature Guide includes:
- Biography on author Sandra Cisneros with corresponding questions about the article
- Historical Context article: The Mexican Population in Chicago with corresponding questions about the article
- Article on Novellas and Vignettes
- A list of Pre-Reading Ideas and Activities for use before reading the novel
- Pre-Reading Activity on Thematic Literary Elements
- Anticipation Guide for personal reflection about the themes of the novel before reading
- Vocabulary Lists With and Without Definitions
- Defined list of Allusions, Slang, and Spanish Words
- Note-Taking and Response Chart for student-centered note-taking and reflection during reading
- Comprehension and Analysis Questions, based upon Bloom's Taxonomy and Webb's DOK
- Specific CCS-Based Reading: Literature Activities on:
- Figurative Language
- Character Interaction
- Setting and Theme
- Theme and Character - Gender Roles
- Referential Texts
- Specific CCS-Based Writing and Language Activities on:
- Sentence Structure
- Parallel Structure
- Context Clues
- Task, Audience, and Purpose
- Reading Comprehension Quizzes
- Two Versions of the Final Test - One entirely multiple choice for use with bubble-like testing forms
- Sample Agenda and Teacher Notes
- Novel Summary
- Post-Reading Activities and Alternative Assessment Ideas
- Essay and Writing Ideas
- Two Project Rubrics and a Response to Literature Rubric for help with grading projects and essays
- Complete Answer Key
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