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TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR:

The Wind Called My Name

By Mary Louise Sanchez
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Teacher’s Guide Features: 

  • Summary and background information
  • Prereading focus questions
  • Vocabulary Discussion questions
  • Ideas for literature circles
  • Ideas for reader’s response and writing activities
  • Strategies for ESL/ELL
  • Interdisciplinary activities and connections

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About This Title

Guided Reading:

V

Lexile:

HL700L

Interest Level:

Grades 4 - 8

Reading Level:

Grades 3 - 7

Themes

Childhood Experiences and Memories, Cultural Diversity, Families, History, Home, Immigration, Latino/Hispanic/Mexican Interest, Mexico, Poverty, Respect/Citizenship, United States History, Courage, Discrimination, Empathy/Compassion, Forgiveness, Friendship, Grandparents, Identity/Self Esteem/Confidence, Middle Grade, Neighbors, Overcoming Obstacles, Persistence/Grit

Collections

English Fiction Middle School, Historical Fiction Grades 3-6, Latin American English Collection Middle School, 2018 Lee & Low Frontlist Collection, High-Low Books for Teens (Middle and High School), EmbraceRace Webinar: Books that Support Kids To Think Critically About Racial Inequity, English Fiction Grades 3-6, Social and Emotional Learning Collection, Problem-Solving Collection, Summer Reading Collection Grades 3-5

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