The Great Gilly Hopkins (Novel Study Guide)

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  • eBook Order #: CCP2504
  • Print Book Order #: CC2504
  • Both eBook & Print Book Order #: CC+P2504
  • ISBN13: 978-1-55319-336-4
  • Grades: 5, 6
  • Reading Level: 5-6
  • Total Pages: 55
  • Author: Marie-Helen Goyetche

  • Discover the importance of family, friendships, and what it means to be loved by those around.

    Present new vocabulary words in a variety of ways to ensure students are excited to expand their literacy skills. Find the antonym for each word. Match words to their definitions, then identify their part of speech. Explore character motivations by stating why Gilly didn't tell Trotter who the visitor was. Explain the expression "demon possession" by writing a story based on this idea. Write a personal reflection on the poem found in the story. Conduct a class survey on things considered to be important in daily life. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, our worksheets incorporate a variety of scaffolding strategies along with additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key.

    About the Novel:
    A story about a bold and brazen eleven-year-old girl, and foster child, who has great expectations about life. Gilly runs away from her foster home looking for her real mother. Not finding her, she begins to adjust to life with the foster family. On Thanksgiving weekend, while Gilly is busy taking care of everyone with the flu, Gilly's grandmother shows up. She has come to take Gilly to live with her in Virginia. Gilly must move to a new home against her will. She realizes how she is loved at the foster house, and learns many valuable life lessons, relationships and prejudice.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 26 reviews
    Ashley Herman

    Good resource. There are different levels of questions students answer as they read the novel.

    Ashley Ruffenach

    Great resource for my students!

    Judy Peng

    Good novel companion. There are different levels of questions students answer as they read the novel.

    Kelly Hulce

    Easy to use resource, and it engages students.

    Rachael Landrey

    Love this

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