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Time-saving, inspiring lesson plans provide a comprehensive novel unit- created by teachers for teachers.

Time-saving, inspiring lesson plans provide a comprehensive novel unit- created by teachers for teachers. This is NOT the paperback novel.

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by Novel Units(Author). I love most of the student’s guides and thought I would try the teacher’s guide

by Novel Units(Author). I love most of the student’s guides and thought I would try the teacher’s guide. Teachers have so many things going on, I don’t feel we have time to sort through a bunch of info. I wish the info would have been shorter and to the point.

This is a novel unit created by Creativity in the Classroom to cover many of the Common .

This is a novel unit created by Creativity in the Classroom to cover many of the Common Core Standards for grades 4-8. Types of activities included in our units: Literature Circle Roles, Powerful Passage Loca.

Publisher: Novel Units Inc. (2006). My 3rd grader found his "book" in Gary Paulsen. The stories are engaging, and long enough that he feels he has accomplished a major feat by reading almost 200 pages, but no so long that he loses interest.

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This time-saving, easy-to-use teacher guide includes inspiring lesson plans which provide a comprehensive novel unit--the legwork is done for you! The guide incorporates essential reading, writing and thinking practice. (This is NOT the paperback novel.)

Comments: (7)

Rolling Flipper
I read this book when I was in 6th grade. The whole class actually read it - I remember it being a huge sensation. I suggested this for my son now that he is in 6th grade. He read it over the summer and also loved it.

It is realistic fiction, ideal for kids like my son who don't find much to like in the current trend of fantasy/dystopian young adult. It is probably more of a younger reading level so it was good for slower readers too mature for books at their reading level, too.

I would not be put off by the subject matter. It is a reality many kids live through and it is good for kids to understand what happens in other lives. When I grew up we had a large foster home down the street. The reality of what I heard from those kids (who became my friends) was far more brutal than anything described in this book.
Bil
Pinballs is about three children (~pre/early teen) who find themselves placed in the same foster home, each coming from their own less-than-perfect situations. The book is an easy read; regardless of the Lexile level I would recommend it for 4th-5th graders. The only proviso is that many of the references (e.g., to television shows) are very dated and can lose a modern student reader quite quickly--the time frame includes references to the Sonny and Cher Show, etc.. I tried this as a read-aloud to my 5th grade class and was disappointed; it remains a nice small group book if you are facilitating it in the guise of a literature circle, book club, etc.
Cobyno
The story of Carley, Harvey, and Thomas J still resonates with children. I read the book aloud to my eight-year-old boy and nine-year-old girl. At one point when I tried to stop reading they shouted at me to continue, so wrapped up in the story that they could not bear to stop. I loved The Pinballs when I was a kid and I am happy to be able to share it with my own children.
Drelahuginn
One of my favorite books from 5th grade.
Vit
I bought it for my daughter but I read it first to see if it's suitable for a 6-year old (it's too early). I couldn't put it down until I finished it; although I was crying the whole time, I think it's a wonderful book! I think kids 8+ should be able to understand it and enjoy it.
Adrielmeena
Slow start. Great characters. Good ending.
Shadowredeemer
Young people should read that other young people have problems too. They work together to solve them rather than feeling sorry for themselves! Empathy - feeling someone else's pain is the lesson of this book.
This is a nice story... a bit depressing, yes, with all that bad fathers, and a bit bad mothers, but it is amazing the way the writer puts such a deep deep deep message into words, into this wonderful and amazing story. I hope there is a sequel to the book. Read on.
The Pinballs - Teacher Guide by Novel Units download epub
Schools & Teaching
Author: Novel Units
ISBN: 1561370827
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Novel Units, Inc. (2006)
Pages: 32 pages