Julie of the Wolves Bundle
Get the Julie of the Wolves Novel Study and the Interactive Notebook! Both are so much fun to use in the classroom and help teach students comprehension as well as information about the beautiful state, Alaska!
Please download the file for FREE by clicking on the title of this resource. Students think deeply about the character, Julie by answering open-ended questions and then color her picture. This makes for a great bulletin board display!
Julie of the Wolves Novel Study
This unit is set up for the whole class to read as a novel study for Julie of the Wolves, by Jean Craighead George. This could also be used as a small literature circle in class as well.
An agenda/outline for the unit
Vocabulary words with definitions for students to know BEFORE they read the assigned section
Suggested "thinking prompts" for students for when they are writing post-it notes while reading
Activity Suggestions for after the Book Talk/Literature Circle Discussion
Comprehension Questions for Classwork or Homework
Comprehension Checks to Assess longer sections of the book
Final Project sheet that includes choices for a "hands-on" project which is paired with a written assignment for students to complete at home
Rubric for the Final Project "hands-on" activity and written assignment
Julie of the Wolves LapBook/Interactive Notebook
Students Practice to:
Identify facts about the State of Alaska
Identify facts about Alaskan Culture
Identify how Alaskan Natural Resources are Utilized
Organize and Identify all of the Wolves
Visualize and Understand Julie's Location
Identify Theme of the Story
Review the Story
I use this with students during and even after reading the novel. It is your choice. I also assign it as homework to reinforce comprehension and make it fun for students! Please use the pictures to guide you through putting it together, though you could have students do this in a notebook or on separate pieces of paper. The way I placed pictures and information is purely a suggestion. It can be designed any way that you or your students decide! It will still be a success!