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Ch 1: Walk Two Moons Literary Context & Analysis

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The Walk Two Moons Literary Context and Analysis chapter of this Walk Two Moons Study Guide course is the most efficient way to study the literary context and analysis of this story. This chapter uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long, plus includes lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to ensure you understand the essential concepts of this novel's literary context and analysis.

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  • Watch each video in the chapter to review all key topics.
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This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about the literary context and analysis of Walk Two Moons for a standard literature course. Topics covered include:

  • Biography and other works by author Sharon Creech
  • Recognitions this novel has received and its significance
  • Examination of the novel's setting
  • Review of important quotes throughout the story
  • Analysis of the text, themes and vocabulary
  • Discussion of the conflicts seen in the novel
  • Exploration of the characters and discovering who the Lunatic is in the novel

11 Lessons in Chapter 1: Walk Two Moons Literary Context & Analysis
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Sharon Creech: Biography, Books & Poems

1. Sharon Creech: Biography, Books & Poems

Sharon Creech is an American author of Young Adult books. She is best known for the 1995 Newbury Medal book, 'Walk Two Moons.' Creech writes books and poetry based off experiences she's had in her own life. This lesson will cover the biography, books, and poems of Sharon Creech.

Walk Two Moons: Awards & Significance

2. Walk Two Moons: Awards & Significance

This lesson briefly explains the main characters and basic plot line of ''Walk Two Moons.'' Further, the lesson discusses the significance of the book, and highlights the many awards it has won and lasting literary impact.

Walk Two Moons Setting

3. Walk Two Moons Setting

'Walk Two Moons' by Sharon Creech has a variety of setting changes within the story. Follow along on Sal's journey from the farm, to the suburbs, all the way across the country and back! Let's explore the changing settings within this story.

Walk Two Moons Important Quotes

4. Walk Two Moons Important Quotes

Throughout the story ''Walk Two Moons'', you will find many important quotes. These quotes frequently have deeper meanings beyond their actual words. Let's take a look at some of the quotes and make sense of them.

Walk Two Moons: Themes & Analysis

5. Walk Two Moons: Themes & Analysis

This lesson provides a summary of the book ''Walk Two Moons'' and examines the themes of loss and self-identity. Nearly every character in the book is affected by the loss of a loved one, but deals with it in different ways, as you'll find out.

Conflict in Walk Two Moons

6. Conflict in Walk Two Moons

'Walk Two Moons,' by Sharon Creech, is a novel that is chock-full of conflicts. The characters are complex and have many struggles. Let's take a close look at the conflicts that are flowing throughout this story.

Walk Two Moons Characters

7. Walk Two Moons Characters

This is an overview of the main characters in the book 'Walk Two Moons', by Sharon Creech. There are many interesting characters in this story. Let's take a look!

Who is the Lunatic in Walk Two Moons?

8. Who is the Lunatic in Walk Two Moons?

In the story 'Walk Two Moons', an unexpected visitor knocks on the Winterbottoms' front door one afternoon. The mysterious boy is looking for Mrs. Winterbottom. Let's take a look at who the 'lunatic' really is and why he wants to find Mrs. Winterbottom.

Walk Two Moons Vocabulary

9. Walk Two Moons Vocabulary

'Walk Two Moons' by Sharon Creech, is narrated by a thirteen year old girl named Sal. She is an amazing story teller, in part due to her use of powerful words. Let's take a look at some of the vocabulary within this story.

Walk Two Moons Vocabulary Flashcards

Walk Two Moons Vocabulary Flashcards

Are you reading Sharon Creech's 'Walk Two Moons'? Check out this flashcard set to review some of the more challenging vocabulary from this award-winning young adult novel about loss and self-identity.

Walk Two Moons Character List & Flashcards

Walk Two Moons Character List & Flashcards

This set of flashcards introduces the characters of Sharon Creech's book, 'Walk Two Moons'. Each character is described and placed in context to their relationship with Salamanca, the protagonist, or to other characters in the story.

Chapter Practice Exam
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