- Recommended Grade Level:
- Science Fiction, imaginative
- Workbook ISBN:
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- Study Guide Author:
- Rebecca Gilleland
- for the book by:
- Jill Paton Walsh
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Through Jill Paton Walsh’s enthralling science fiction tale for young reader’s, students will learn:
Before-You-Read Activities: Read other pioneering books, travel plans, memory photos, make a journal.
Vocabulary words used throughout the novel, utilizing a variety of activities to stimulate retention and growth.
Literary Techniques: In-context, similes, idioms, metaphor, mood, synonyms, imagery, foreshadowing, repetition, alliteration, juxtaposition, conflict, theme, circular narrative,
Moral Lessons and Character Values: making plans, working with friends, teamwork, work, rules, personal value, do not worry, trust in God, God’s providence, courage, hospitality, suicide and murder, despair vs. hope, sharing,
Activities and Writing Assignments including planning forum, computer research, gravity, science and wind, rain cycle, jellyfish, oil lamps, marine aquariums, science video recommendations, fairytales, boredom ideas, tree candy, hopscotch, cooking grain, pancakes, Venn diagramming, wordsearch, mystery word message, crossword, crystal gardens, maple syrup, gardening, spin thread, fire opals, creative writing journal, creative writing sequel, poetry performance, persuasive paper, flatbread and muffins.
Suggestions for Further Reading: We include an in-depth reading list of more plays by the same author(s) and other books that tie in with, or are similar to, The Green Book.
All of the unit lessons are written from a Christian perspective!
Printed Workbook Format
Learn More about the Book
Read the story summary of The Green Book and get the book HERE.