RED4335+Trade Book Reading Assignment+IkeriaCorbett.docx

Not only will students be able to have different

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Not only will students be able to have different solutions to handle puberty, but they will learn how to deal with bullies. They will understand how it feels to love yourself and value the moral discipline implanted deep inside of them. I would love to have an open discussion based on personal opinions. Students may agree or disagree that Greg shouldn’t have left the party, because Rowley wasn’t
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popular enough. Then some students may feel as thou he was being a great friend. Also students may feel that taking on extra responsibilities is not for them and some may feel it’s apart of growing up. Text Connections I believe this trade book Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth, will allows students to make text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections. Students will be able to connect themselves to reading material, peers, and the real world. Students will be able to connect themselves to the characters in the novel, because they are trying to survive the evil depths of middle school. Teenagers often hide who they really are to please peers. Similarities students and the characters share are they are yearning for acceptances from peers. The Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a collection of books of a growing boy who experience everyday struggles of becoming a teenager. In the novel Greg doesn’t tell anyone he is being bullied. Everyday teens all around the world are being bullied just like Greg. Teens often hide being bullied to keep up a status quo with the other students. Teens are being bullied, because society says they are not cool, athletic, or intelligent enough. This book pin points bullying. All of these connections will allow students to relate to the novel in an entertaining, but realistic way.
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