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Book Punch provides interactive, step-by-step writing prompts to help students comprehend and think about books commonly read in schools. Hundreds of built-in tips help learners write clear responses to the literature they are reading.
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Author: Paul Langan
Subject: School and family life
Setting: California contemporary
Darrell, a high school freshman, must move to California with his mother when she is fired from her Philadelphia job. At his new high school, Darrell encounters a bully. In desperation Darrell reads an inspiring book and joins the wrestling team, which make him stronger and more confident.
|Lexile Measure: 700
Grade Level: 5
|Gender of Main Character: Boy
SAMPLE BOOK PUNCH WRITING PROMPTS
At the beginning of the story, Darrell is preparing to leave his home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the last day he will spend in his neighborhood. As he wanders the streets, he thinks about all the things that have made his neighborhood feel like home. Write a paragraph about the place where you live. Describe what makes your neighborhood special.
The neighborhood we live in can be protective or hostile. It can make us feel safe or threatened. Write a paragraph that describes Darrell's neighborhood at the beginning of "The Bully." Tell how he feels about it.
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