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Ch 3: Johnny Tremain Resources for Teachers

About This Chapter

This chapter can help you create comprehensive ''Johnny Tremain'' lessons that will keep your students fully engaged. Take advantage of access to activities, a lesson plan and other teacher resources for this book.

Johnny Tremain Resources for Teachers - Chapter Summary

To help students understand the book Johnny Tremain, it's good to develop lessons that ask thought-provoking questions and feature activities that encourage student participation. This chapter offers fantastic resources for teachers you can use to meet your lesson development goals. Among those resources are:

  • Activities specifically geared for Johnny Tremain
  • A lesson plan that offers comprehensive guidance for teaching Johnny Tremain
  • Comprehension and discussion questions addressing concepts in the book

These resources make it easy for you to develop comprehensive lessons that will benefit your students. Access them as often as needed, and even utilize them during class to enhance your discussions.

How It Helps

  • Sparks new ideas: Use the questions in this chapter to stimulate discussions and spark new ideas about the book.
  • Offers convenience: Enjoy the ability to access lessons conveniently from your smartphone, computer or tablet any time, day or night.
  • Aids in quality lesson development: The lesson plan, questions and other resources offer the variety you need to develop well-rounded lessons.

Skills Covered

Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Incorporate fun Johnny Tremain activities into your lesson plan
  • Utilize this chapter's lesson plan ideas to enhance your classroom instruction
  • Get students involved in discussions with help from engaging questions

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