The Wild Robot Book Study
This resource is a complete literature guide for The Wild Robot by Peter Brown. The plot follows Roz, a robot, as she observes the wildlife on her island and eventually becomes accepted by them. Many science concepts are integrated into the plot (adaptation, observation, and more.) This novel is a terrific book for grades 3 – 5.
This unit is ready to print and go. Two formats are included to make it easier for teachers to use this in their classrooms.
1. Folded Booklet – All of the included lessons can be made into a folded book. The booklet uses five pieces of copy paper printed front and back.
2. Individual Lessons – For teachers who want to use a few lessons, each lesson also comes on a single page. There are ten pages in all.
The lessons included are:
– Character Traits
– Plot Diagram
– Theme & Author’s Purpose
– Vocabulary & Reading Comprehension Questions – grouped by chapter on 6 pages
Throughout the included lessons, students practice identifying text evidence and using it to answer specific questions, justify their responses, and create illustrations of Roz the robot and the island.
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