Wonderstruck - Part 3 - pages 490-519

  • Synopsis: Here, we read about Ben being outside in the heat and looking for a cool place to go in and sit down. He goes into Kincaid’s bookstore and sees an old man and woman have a conversation in sign language. They then begin to speak to him. We learn in this section, that the old woman’s name is Rose. In the picture portion, we see a locket with a picture of a man in it. Then, we see an older woman touching the face of a young boy and then we see the book titled, “Wonderstruck.” At this point of the book, several pieces come together as the stories merge.


    Text Teaser Video

    The video gives a brief synopsis of a portion of the text without giving away too much detail to encourage students to continue reading the story.
    Length of Video: 52 seconds



    Picture Teaser Video

    This video gives a brief synopsis of a portion of the picture part of the book without giving away too much detail to encourage students to continue reading the story.
    Length of Video: 51 seconds



    Discussion Question 12 Video (Text)

    In this video, Ben goes into the bookstore when an old woman comes in and she asks Ben a question. There is a man who interprets. How are they communicating? Does Ben know sign language?
    Length of Video: 34 Seconds



    Discussion Question 12 Video (Pictures)

    This video discusses the woman’s hand on the face of the boy and asks, “What do you think she is feeling towards the boy and what is going through his mind?”
    Length of Video: 28 Seconds


    Pgs 490-519 Questions

    This is a worksheet that asks questions related to the section that students have read.

    Time to Complete: 20 minutes (approximately)


    Annotation Notes – Pt 3 pgs 490-519

    This is a worksheet that assists students in taking notes while they read this section of the book. The instructions for using this worksheet are in a powerpoint in the introduction section; download powerpoint.

    Time to Complete: Done while reading – time determined individually