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Mrs. Jacobs

Student Instructions

Make Predictions About Your Book (GRA18)

1. Spend a few minutes looking through your book. Consider the cover art, read the back cover, and thumb through the pages. You may stop and read headings or other passages that catch your attention. 2. Based on your experience looking through the book, make some predictions about what you think might happen or what themes might emerge in the text. 3. Note that the first sentence of Chapter 1 is “Destiny sucks.” What might this mean or foreshadow about the story? 4. Click to share your thoughts and predictions. You can choose or . Make sure to say or type at least four sentences. 5. Click to add to when you are done.

11th Grade, 10th Grade, 9th Grade, English Language Arts, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

This activity is designed for students reading “Love, Hate, and Other Filters” as part of Global Read Aloud 2018. However, you could edit the image and use most of the instructions with any book.