Refugee Boy follow-up tasks by Temperance | Teaching ResourcesSee Featured Authors Answering Questions. Questions About Refugee by Alan Gratz. To ask other readers questions about Refugee , please sign up. Answered Questions Do you think it was good? Gsmyles Fabulous book. Fast to read and gripping from the start.
Refugee by Alan Gratz
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Refugee by Alan Gratz is an absolute masterpiece. As a former teacher, I believe this book should be taught in every school in the United States. Three narrators take us along their journey to seek refuge in other countries. Josef 12 years old in flees Germany for Cuba. Isabel 11 years old in flees Cuba for the United States. Mahmoud 12 years old in flees Syria for Germany.
I have created chapter-by-chapter reading comprehension questions for the novel "Refugee" by Alan Gratz. The questions you will receive require students to answer "right there" questions, make inferences, text-dependent questions, and use evidence from the text to support their thinking. I have not included an answer key because there are many "correct" answers to the different questions. At the end of the novel, there is an author's note where Alan Gratz details what information he kept the same, and the information he altered for his historical fiction novel. Also, there are four after reading questions that would be a great summative assessment. The questions asks to students to study the similarities and differences between the characters and also look into the theme of the novel. Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.
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