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Holes Teaching Resources - Chapter Summary
The series of lessons in this chapter will give you the tools you will need to teach the book Holes to your students. In this chapter, you will be provided with resources including:
- A Holes lesson plan to use or help you develop your own version
- Comprehension and discussion questions for the book Holes
- Book activities
- A list of books similar to Holes
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How It Helps
- Student activities: When you use the lessons in this chapter, you will learn about different activities you can use in your classroom for teaching the book Holes.
- Teacher resources: This chapter will give you different resources and tools that you can directly apply to your classroom.
- Increases student understanding: When you use the lessons in this chapter, your students will have a better understanding of the novel Holes.
By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
- Put together a Holes lesson plan
- Make up comprehension questions about the story
- Use discussion questions for Holes
- Apply different book activities in your classroom
- Find books that are similar to Holes
1. Holes Lesson Plan
You can use this lesson after reading Louis Sachar's novel Holes to help students uncover themes. Students read a lesson outlining the two major themes, then work in small groups to apply concepts. Make learning long-lasting by following up with a fun activity.
2. Holes Comprehension Questions
Focus student learning and assess comprehension using this lesson. Questions focusing on important aspects, like plot, setting and characters, are given on a variety of levels.
3. Holes Discussion Questions
Teachers, in this lesson students will confirm their understanding of the book. Additionally, the questions challenge their critical thinking and analytical skills.
4. Holes Book Activities
Holes is a fictional story of a kid who was wrongly convicted and sent to a camp for punishment. These activities will familiarize students with the characters in the book, the setting and south Texas.
5. Books Like Holes by Louis Sachar
Holes, by Louis Sachar, is such a popular book that students who love it might be looking for similar things to read. This lesson gives you some books that will keep your students reading!
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