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  • 1. The Mouse and the Motorcycle By: Beverly Cleary
  • 2. Before you read While you read After you read Beyond what you read Rubrics Quiz Standards More Standards Additional Books Students will be completing several activities related to the novel The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary. Here you will find activities to complete before, while, and after you read. There are also other activities to complete that go beyond what you have read as well as about what you have read. Once these activities are completed there are some fun online activities as well as a quiz that you will need to take. Some activities will be completed online and others will be completed and then printed for accountability. Be sure to check out the rubrics to make sure you are completing each activity properly. The Mouse and the Motorcycle
  • 3. •Before you read The Mouse and the Motorcycle, you will need to complete A KWL chart about mice. Use what you already know and any questions you have. Once you have completed the book you can go back and finish the “L” portion of the KWL chart. By clicking on the highlighted word, you can get to the graphic organizer you will be required to use. When you get to the graphic organizer you will have to copy and paste the page into Microsoft word and then you may type your information on the page. Once we have completed the book, you will have to print the page, so remember to save it each time you work on it! •You will also need to complete a questioning web before you begin reading the book. Take a look at the cover and read the back . Come up with some thick, meaningful questions. Go to the question web, copy and paste the web into Microsoft Word and then complete your web. When you finish your web, print it for me. Before you read
  • 4. While you are reading The Mouse and the Motorcycle, you will be keeping track of words that you may not know the meaning of. You will be using the clues within the story to infer the meaning of these words. This is a vocabulary activity, and by clicking on the highlighted word, you can get to the graphic organizer you will be required to use. You will need to fill in the unknown word, what you think it means, and what helped you infer the meaning of the word. When you get to the graphic organizer you will have to copy and paste the page into Microsoft word and then you may type your information on the page. Once we have completed the book, you will have to print the page, so remember to save it each time you work on it! While you read
  • 5. Once you have finished reading The Mouse and the Motorcycle you will need to complete 2 activities. •For activity number 1, go to http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards/ and complete 3 trading cards. One card needs to be for Ralph, one for Keith, and one for a character of your choice. Use as many details from the story as you can. You will need to print off each trading card. •For activity number 2, go to http://readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/storymap/index.htm l you will need to complete a character, conflict, resolution, and setting graphic organizer. Each organizer must be completed with complete sentences, and details from the story. You will need to follow the directions on the Read, Write, Think site and print out each organizer After you read after you have finished.
  • 6. There are 2 activities to complete that go beyond what you have read in the book. These are more creative activities, so please think outside of the box. •You will be writing a letter to Ralph persuading him to live with you. You will need to give him 3 good reasons why he should live with you and you will need to back each reason with evidence. Go to the following site and complete the persuasion graphic organizer to help you get started on your letter to Ralph. Once you have completed the organizer, please print it out. Then you will need to type a persuasive letter to Ralph using Micro Soft Word. Please print this out as well. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives /persuasion_map/ • You will also need to create at least 2 acrostic poems over characters of your choice from the reading. You must describe the characters’ personality or actions through this poems. You must use sentences or phrases. No single word descriptions. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives /acrostic/ Beyond what you read
  • 7. If you enjoyed The Mouse and the Motorcycle, you may also enjoy these books by Beverly Cleary. •Ralph S. Mouse •Runaway Ralph •Ribsy •Socks •Henry and Ribsy Additional Books
  • 8. Before you read rubrics for: KWL Chart Questioning Web While you are reading rubrics for: Vocabulary After you read rubrics for: Trading Cards Story Map Beyond Reading rubrics for: Persuasive Letter Acrostic poems Rubrics
  • 9. To take the quiz once you have completed the book, go to http://quizstar.4teachers.org/ •Click on student login page •Sign up to create an account •Click to search a new class •Search class by tying in Bousman •Register for my class •Click classes at the top •Click on untaken quizzes •Click take quiz •Then start quiz •Take the quiz and at the bottom of the page click on next page •Once you finish the quiz click on submit quiz Quiz
  • 10. State Standards 3.1.4-Determine the meanings of words using knowledge of synonyms (words with the same meaning), antonyms (words with opposite meanings), homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings), and homographs (words that are spelled the same but have different meanings). 3.1.6-Use sentence and word context to find the meaning of unknown words. 3.3.3-Determine what characters are like by what they say or do and by how the author or illustrator portrays them. 3.4.2-Discuss ideas for writing, use diagrams and charts to develop ideas, and make a list or notebook of ideas. 3.4.3-Create single paragraphs with topic sentences and simple supporting facts and details. 3.4.9-Organize related ideas together within a paragraph to maintain a consistent focus. 3.4.5-Use a computer to draft, revise, and publish writing. 3.5.6-Write persuasive pieces that ask for an action or response. 3.5.3-Write personal, persuasive, and formal letters, thank-you notes, and invitations that: show awareness of the knowledge and interests of the audience. establish a purpose and context include the date, proper salutation, body, closing, and signature. • Standards
  • 11. ISTE Standards •Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. •Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations. •Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. More Standards
  • 12. Vocabulary
  • 13. Questioning Web
  • 14. KWL