Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Introduction

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    Chapter Matchup

    This document helps teachers who may wish to provide differentiated instruction by allowing higher-level students to read the original text and students who need the adapted text can read the illustrated classic.  The chapter match up document helps teachers know which chapters in the original text “match up” to the Illustrated Classics version.


    Anticipation Guides

    There are three levels of anticipation guides depending on the abilities and needs of your students.  The upper-level guide forces students to not only discuss the themes in the novel prior to reading the story but to also find evidence in the text to support a specific viewpoint.  The Middle and Lower level activities ask students to consider their own opinions about certain themes in the novel before reading and then review their opinions after reading. 

    Upper Level

     

    Mid-Level

    Lower Level


    Note Taking Guides

    Use Note Taking guides to assist students with taking notes as they read.  Various levels have been provided for you so that you can meet the instructional needs and levels of your students.

    Upper Level

    Mid-Level

    Lower Level


    Leveled Author Biographies

    Use the author biographies to assist students in gathering information about the author at the appropriate reading level for individualized learning.  Information about how to use Lexiles can be found at Lexile.com

    950 Lexile Level
    A 950 Lexile score could range anywhere from 6th - 12th grade reading level depending on the content of the passage.

    700 Lexile Level
    A 700 Lexile score could range anywhere from 3rd to 6th grade reading level depending on the content of the passage.

    500 Lexile Level
    A 500 Lexile score could range anywhere from 2nd to 4th grade reading level depending on the content of the passage.