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Teach the Comprehension Skills & Strategies: Character, Drawing Conclusions, Genre, Plot, Predicting with The Westing Game

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The Westing Game Wanted Poster -A fun way to enter into the Westing mystery is to have students make predictions about the various “criminals” alluded to in the novel. These include Westing’s murderer along with the bookie, the bomber, the thief, and the mistake. Really fun student activity!

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Life in Fifth Grade: The Westing Game Central Questions and Quick Notes

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The Westing Game Plot Diagram - Students can create a storyboard capturing the narrative arc in a work with a six-cell storyboard containing the major parts of the plot diagram. For each cell, have students create a scene that follows the story in sequence using: Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.

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Little Piece of Tape: Westing Game Wanted Posters

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The Westing Game Detective Notebook & Final Project

The Westing Game Detective Notebook & Final Project | The Learning Effect

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The Westing Game Central Questions and Quick Notes | Life in Fifth Grade

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The Westing Game - Book Trailer. I love this book but can't ever seem to get my students interested in it... This should do the trick!

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The Westing Game Novel Study & Enrichment Project Menu

No-Prep novel study for "The Westing Game", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award winning novel by Ellen Raskin in your classroom while encouraging critical reading skills.$

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