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Loser

Novel Study Guide - Grades 5 to 6 - Print Book - Lesson Plan

  • Loser - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - print book
  • Loser - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - print book
  • Loser - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - print book
  • Loser - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - print book
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Order #: CC2511 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-432-3 Grades: 5, 6 Reading Level: 5-6 Total Page: 55 Author: Nat Reed
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  • Very thorough! Great for large or small group instruction! Thanks!

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  • The graphic organizers are great for literature circles.

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  • The graphic organizers are great for literature cirlces.

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  • Great resource full of wonderful lessons, quizzes, and activities.

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  • Great resource full of wonderful lessons, quizzes and activities.

    Amy E

Description

Students deal with the concept of the human spirit and the importance of failure. Challenge students' comprehension of the novel with a variety of question styles and a final quiz. Students describe Zinkoff's self-image as it appears in the novel. Write a triangle poem about being a mail carrier. Find the synonym of vocabulary words found in the text. Students give their impressions of the teacher's speech on Zinkoff's first day of school. Understand the idea of "unconditional love" and its value in a parent-child relationship. Create a comic strip to highlight a brief incident from the story. Aligned to your State Standards, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

About the Novel:
Loser chronicles the childhood of Donald Zinkoff, who is one of the most unusual, endearing characters ever to grace the pages of a novel for young readers. No matter what the game, Donald never wins. He trips over his own feet, constantly raises his hand without ever knowing the correct answer, and falls down laughing at the mention of any unusual word. The novel traces Donald’s journey from first to sixth grade. It details his important friendships, marks his relationships with different teachers, and describes how he copes with various shortcomings that everyone but Donald and his parents deem terribly important.

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-- M. Reynolds

This helps alot. Thanks

-- Krista Jacoby

Great Product!

-- Gloria Gibson

Thank you!

-- Ramona Stein

I loved this literature kit and would not hesitate to purchase more kits from this company in the future. Great content that engaged the students.

Allison CarmichaelAllison Carmichael

This is amazing! I can't wait to get the others.

Allison CarmichaelAllison Carmichael

This is amazing! I can't wait to get the others.

Ursula GarrettUrsula Garrett

Very thorough! Great for large or small group instruction! Thanks!

Ursula GarrettUrsula Garrett

Very thorough! Great for large or small group instruction! Thanks!

VerschelloNelson

The graphic organizers are great for literature circles.

VerschelloNelson

The graphic organizers are great for literature cirlces.

AmyE

Great resource full of wonderful lessons, quizzes, and activities.

AmyE

Great resource full of wonderful lessons, quizzes and activities.

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