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Wonderstruck Culminating Writing Task


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  • Q1

    How do the details and illustrations of Wonderstruck help to develop the theme =

    Explain how the details from the story 

    the pictures/drawings from Wonderstruck help to create a life lesson 

    Explain how the details from the story and the pictures/drawings from Wonderstruck help to create a life lesson 

    develop the theme = create a life lesson 

  • Q2

    Effective Communication develops strong relationships  =

    relationships = connections can be positive or negative 

    develops = create

    Positive ways to explain your feelings/point of view (communication) create positive relationships (connections) can be positive or a negative relationships

    Effective Communication = Positive ways to explain your feelings/point of view

  • Q3

    Determine the events in each part of Wonderstruck where communication is important

    Discuss/Tell the action in each part of the text that shows where communication is important in the story

    Communication is important = explains/expresses/shows their feelings is necessary 

    Determine the events = Discuss/Tell the action 

    Communication = how a person explains/expresses/shows their feelings

  • Q4

    Identify the outcomes of each event and communication ?

    Show the results of the action and communication 

    Compare and Contrasts tell how 2 or more things are alike and different 

    Theme the life lesson

    Onomatopoea words that make sounds 

  • Q5

    Compare and Contrasts the various characters had in each event 

    Tell the similarities and differences the different characters have with each important action from Wonderstruck

    Just compare the different characters 

    Just compare and contrast 

    Just compare and contrast the different characters

  • Q6

    Whether their roles impacted whether the communications worked or not

    communication = how you express/explain their feelings 

    Tell how/if the communication worked 

    worked or not

    Author's Purpose = Persuade, Inform, Entertain 

  • Q7

    Examine the connections between the relationship in the text and the various communication 

    point of view = feelings/opinion, perspective

    Explain the connections/relationship

    explain their feelings/point of view

    Explain the connections/relationship from the story and the ways they explain their feelings/point of view

  • Q8

    Evaluate the various events

    various = different 

    Judge the different action that happened in the story

    events = the important action that happened in the scene/story

    evaluate = judge

  • Q9

    scene =

    characterization = character personality 

    point of view = feelings/opinions 

    a certain part of the story ( when Rose goes to the museum) 

    theme = the life lesson 

  • Q10

    characters =

    theme = life lesson ( Never Give Up, Work Hard, Don't Quit)

    Idioms = A Figurative Language Phrase where you must figure out the meaning of the phrase

    the people in the story 

    characterization = character personality (brave, fearless, adventurous, kind, friendly)

  • Q11

    relationships =

    how characters/people FEEL, ACT, SPEAK, and THINK about other characters can be positive or negative relationship 

    theme = life lesson 

    Think F.A.S.T. Feelings, Action, what a character Says, how a character THINKS about another character

    point of view = feelings/opinions 

  • Q12

    determine how the theme "Effective communication develops strong relationships " is developed

    develop a theme = creating a life lesson 

    tell/discuss how the life lesson "effective communication develops strong relationships" is created in the story with the characters  

    determine how the theme = discuss/tell how the life lesson is created with the characters 

    effective communication develops strong relationships = explaining your feelings creates better relationships with others

  • Q13

    "writing a literary analysis essay" =

    develop a theme = create a life lesson 

    write an essay  starting my essay with = In this essay I will...

    writing an essay breaking down what you just read

    literary analysis = breaking for a better understanding  the story you just read

  • Q14

    Be sure to use proper grammar, conventions, spelling and grade-appropriate words and phrases.

    theme = the life lesson from the story (Grow, adapt, evolve, become more mature, take care of your responsibilities,)

    Be sure to capitalize the first word in every sentence, make sure "I" is always capitalized when you use "I" by itself. Make sure you are spelling words the best way you can.

    main idea = the important information from the story

    point of view = opinion/feelings/ perspective, emotions 

  • Q15

    including words that signal relationships  (e.g. , however, although, moreover,  in addition, etc.)

    point of view = feelings/opinions 

    main/central idea = the important information 

    using transitions words like (Additionally, Furthermore, Moreover, Next, Also, 

    theme = a life lesson 


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