When You're Root Bound
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"Yes. Punished. I suspect it would do you some good." He raise the book he was holding and blew on it. A puff of dust swirled through the air. I closed my eyes as the dust tickled my face. "Hey, cut it out!" I wiped my face with my sleeve and then opened my eyes. He was gone.From that point forward, Logan speaks in puns, which are groan out-load "punny!" Logan eventually finds Mr. Wordsworth for an explanation. Mr. Wordsworth tells Logan that he can remove the punishment himself by finding seven oxymorons, anagrams, and palindromes or he will speak in puns forever....
On a trip to visit his father, 13-year-old Brian is the sole survivor of a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness. With only the clothes on his back and a hatchet he received as parting gift from his mother, Brian begins to shape a life for himself in the wild. This splendid coming-of-age story has sold more than two million copies.The following posters are a list of 5th grade "I can" statements that are directing our teaching. The focus is on learning more about the FAST-C Strategy where students will elaborate on student understanding the main character's feelings, actions, saying thoughts and story conflicts. Along with the FAST-C strategy, we will utilize shades of meaning to cover all of the emotions in this book, focus on context clues and focus on character change. Each grade level has focused on the QAR (Question-Answer-Relationship) strategy to help students understand depth of knowledge and different responses to questions.