Swiss Family Robinson Study Guide

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Saddleback Educational Publ, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Each 48-page Study Guide includes 35 reproducible exercises, teaching suggestions, background notes, chapter summaries, and answer keys.
 

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Contents

NOTES TO THE TEACHER
4
FACTS ABOUT THE AUTHORS
5
FACTS ABOUT THE TIMES
6
CHAPTER SUMMARIES
7
ANSWER KEY
10
LITERARY GLOSSARY
12
WORDS AND MEANINGS
14
PERSONALIZING THE STORY
15
CHOOSING THE CORRECT WORD
29
WORDS AND MEANINGS
30
MULTIPLEMEANING WORDS
31
WORDS AND MEANINGS
32
GETTING MEANING FROM CONTEXT CLUES
33
WORDS AND MEANINGS
34
ACTION WORDS
35
WORDS AND MEANINGS
36

WORDS AND MEANINGS
16
CAUSE AND EFFECT
17
WORDS AND MEANINGS
18
DESCRIPTIVE WORDS
19
WORDS AND MEANINGS
20
RECALLING DETAILS
21
WORDS AND MEANINGS
22
COMPREHENSION CHECK
23
WORDS AND MEANINGS
24
COMPREHENSION CHECK
25
WORDS AND MEANINGS
26
SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS
27
WORDS AND MEANINGS
28
SEQUENCE OF EVENTS
37
BOOK SEQUENCE
38
FINAL EXAM Part 1
39
FINAL EXAM Part 2
40
BEYOND THE TEXT
41
PLOT STUDY
42
THEME ANALYSIS
43
CHARACTER STUDY
44
VOCABULARY STUDY
45
GLOSSARY STUDY
46
BOOK REVIEW Part 1
47
BOOK REVIEW Part 2
48
Copyright

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