Divergent Questions In The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer
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Types of Questions
The educator's greatest weapon is the question. Below are some different categories of questions to use, as well as some representations’ of their use with the Adventures of Tom Sawyer book.
What task did Aunt Polly gives Tom to do?
Name three things that Tom got the kids to give him for the “whitewashing privilege.”
So, do you think Tom deserved his Aunt Polly punishments, is that right? Why do you feel this way?
What do you think of the expression “a white lie”? Often told to spare someone's feelings.
Why do people believe in superstitions and how do these superstitions compare to some we have today?
Is Tom a good…show more content… Vega-Guerra
Student Name: ________________________________________ Date:____________
Task Description: This book report will count towards your grade. You must read the assigned book and write at least of five paragraph report on it.
• Work individually to create your own book report.
• Indent first line of each paragraph
• Report must be typed
• Write a draft, go through it and edit it before you typed your last report. The report must have book title, Author, setting, time, description of the main characters, problems and solutions faced by them, principal idea and lesson learned.
CRITERIA Excellent Good Needs Improvement Poor
10 points Summary is excellent, it includes all aspects of the book and there is enough detail to let the reader understand what the book was about. Summary is good, it includes most aspects of the book and there is enough detail to let the reader understand what the book was about. There is some summary, but it is minimal. It seems as though the book was just skimmed, or only part of the book was read. Summary is very vague.
Much of the important information is missing.
The student did not read or did not understand the