Peter Pan Book Unit
Each Monday beginning October 19 and running through March 14, you can pick up one part of the book unit. Saving each lesson for a novel study is a great option. Since students are so familiar with this well-loved American classic, most chapters can be stand-alone lessons. [Chapters 8 and 9 together are especially good stand-alone chapters.] Sir James Matthew Barrie first wrote Peter Pan as a play in 1904. The play was turned into the book Peter and Wendy in 1911 (later called Peter Pan), so it is now in public domain. There is no need to purchase a class set of books because the complete text will be added to the unit plans.
I love all the feedback, e-mails, and messages you sent regarding The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Book Unit. I made a few changes with this series of posts based on your suggestions: Here’s what is new:
All Peter Pan blog posts will fall on Mondays. This chart shows the scheduled post dates. While each post below is linked, the links will not work until the date of their posting:
Separate Skill and Chapter Posts
Chapter posts will contain the following:
Five separate posts are schedule for skills:
The skill posts will be all inclusive containing foldable graphic organizers, task cards, games, and so forth. For those who want to just use the skill practice, you will no longer need to download three to five documents to get all the needed parts to teach the skill lessons.
Begin with this free download found at Teachers Pay Teachers.
I’d love to hear from you. E-mail any suggestions you might have.