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Bridge to Terabithia Layered Assessment

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  • 1. Bridge to Terabithia—Layered Assessment Layer 1: Vocabulary Choose one of the following options using the selected vocabulary from the novel. repulsive anticipate notion Option 1: Create a set of flashcards for the vocabulary words from the novel Bridge to Terabithia. On the front of the note card, write the vocabulary word. On the back of the note card, write the definition of the word. Then, use the word in a sentence. abruptly humiliated (10 Points) peculiar Option 2: Create a crossword puzzle for the vocabulary words from the novel, Bridge to Terabithia. Use the definition of each word as the “clues” to your crossword puzzle. Each word must be used once. Include an answer key to your puzzle. Layer 2: Using Literary Elements (10 Points) Postcard to a Character Create a postcard for the novel following the directions below. The postcard is written from you to a character in the novel The stamp represents the setting The address is to a specific character in the novel Message includes one really important incident and 5 details Some specific indication of your opinion of the book is included Tack on a postscript (P.S.) The picture side has an attractive drawing with the title of the book and the author’s name. Layer 3: Post-Reading Activities Choose one of the following options. (30 Points) Option 1: Imaginary World Bridge to Terabithia lets readers into an imaginary world where anything is possible, and friendship and imagination rule. Your task is to create your own imaginary world. Include an illustrated and colored picture of your world—think of Jess’s artistic talent. It will also include a written description of your world—think of Leslie’s creative use of words and imagery. Option 2: Alternate Ending Write an additional chapter to Bridge to Terabithia. How is Jess coping with the loss of Leslie? Who is ruling Terabithia now? Does Jess make new friends? What is happening in Jess’ family? Be creative, and be sure to give your Chapter a name. Chapter should be well-written and free from grammatical and punctuation errors.

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