Eco Friendly Activity - Try to get the clearest water as possible ~ Plus book tie into Hatchet.
The Hatchet Plot Chart guides learners in analysis of the 6 parts of the plot (Freytag's Pyramid).Exposition (setting, characters, and background info)ConflictRising Action (3 events or details)ClimaxFalling Action (2 events or details)ResolutionNOVEL: Hatchet by Gary PaulsenLEVEL: 5th-8thCOMMON CORE: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2ANSWER KEY: IncludedWhat is Created for Digital?
Critical Thinking Novel Companions for The Giver, Sign of the Beaver, Hatchet, The Lightening Thief, Tuck Everlasting, and many more. Get your students thinking and responding with depth and complexity.
Report Outline: Can be used to give to each student. Assignment can be for each student to research a weather pattern or disaster, such as tornadoes hurricanes or floods, and complete this research outline on it. Also a good way to integrate technology, by giving students computer time in class to do the research. AMS
Hatchet Film vs. Novel Comparison contains a 2-page Google Drive organizer that will help your learners compare the novel to the film. How is the movie different? After reading the novel, learners will view the film and analyze the differences. This opens up a bunch of fun and critical-thinking conversation about why the film-makers would change parts of the novel for the film. They are, after all, two different works of art.
Hatchet learners will enjoy the rigor of this 4-page digital Google Drive organizer (with bonus blank page for extra characters). Learners will keep track of their analysis of the main characters, making notes of the physical descriptions, inner desires, important traits, and anything else they discover about the characters.