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About This Unit

SUBJECT
Reading, Language Arts

GRADE
3-5

DURATION
1 Class Period

Inhkeart

Within the Pages of a Book...

Take students on a reading and writing adventure through the pages of their favorite stories. With the Inkheart writing program, students will explore characters and plots that will help them in writing their own creative narrative.

OBJECTIVE

Lesson 1: What a Character!
Students will learn how character development plays an integral role in story development. If your class has read "Inkheart," cite passages and examples directly from the book.
Lesson 2: Lost in a Good Story

Inspire imaginative exploration by guiding students through a dramatic reading in which the ending is theirs to determine. Students will write their own dramatic dialogues and act out their stories for the class.

Inkheart Discussion Guide
Use these questions and responses to engage students in a class discussion about the book "Inkheart."

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LESSONS FOR THIS UNIT
Lesson 1: What a Character!
Lesson 2: Lost in a Good Story

REPRODUCIBLES
Inkheart Discussion Guide (PDF)
Lesson 1: What a Character! (PDF)
Lesson 2: Lost in a Good Story (PDF)
Poster from Inkheart (PDF)

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