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Title: Hatchet by Gary Paulsen


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Hatchetby Gary Paulsen
  • 5th grade reading

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Connections
  • Text to text (T-T) these are connections you
    make between what you are reading to something
    you have read before.
  • Text to self (T-S) these are connections you
    make between what you are reading and something
    that has happened to you.
  • Text to world (T-W) these are connections you
    make between what you are reading and the bigger
    issues and events of the world.

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Discussion questions Chapters 1 2
  • What memory do you think was troubling Brian?
  • What are some ways that Brian might use his
    hatchet?

4
Prediction
  • Using observations or experiences to make a
    reasonable guess about what will happen.

5
Authors Purpose
  • Persuade wants to convince you to do something,
    buy something, or believe in something.
  • Inform wants to give you information, facts, or
    ideas about something.
  • Entertain wants you to enjoy what you read

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Discussion questionsChapters 3 4
  • Do you think Brian should have kept the secret
    about his mother to himself or should he have
    talked to her about what he had seen?
  • What do you think Brian should do first to ensure
    his survival?
  • What do you think Brian might find in his
    surroundings to help him survive?

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Compare and Contrast
  • When you compare two things, you look at them to
    see how they are alike.
  • When you contrast two things, you notice how they
    are different.

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Drawing conclusions
  • Drawing conclusions means combining clues from
    what you are reading with clues from your own
    experiences to make a decision.

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Discussion questionsChapters 5 6
  • Do you think Brian had the skills and temperament
    to survive alone in the wilderness?
  • Do you think you could survive in a similar
    setting?

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Figurative language
  • Simile comparing two unlike things using like or
    as.
  • The skating rink was like glass.
  • Metaphor comparing two unlike things without
    using like or as.
  • The tree was a giant soldier.
  • Personification giving human qualities to a
    non-human thing.
  • The sun smiled down on me.

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Personification
  • The eggs had awakened his hunger fully,
    roaringly, so that it tore at him.
  • What two objects are being personified?
  • Why is better than just saying Brian was hungry?

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Inferences
  • Authors dont always tell their readers exactly
    how the story characters are feeling or what they
    are doing. Sometimes the authors give clues
    about what is happening. Then it is up to the
    reader to make inferences based on the clues and
    their own experiences to figure out what is
    happening.

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Cause and Effect
  • As in real life some things cause other things to
    happen.
  • A cause is why something happens. Look for words
    like because, so, as a result.
  • The effect is what happens.

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