Ruby the Copycat Peggy Rathman Book Description




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Ruby the Copycat

Peggy Rathman
Book Description:



Academic Objective(s):


  • ELA1R6f: The student uses a variety of strategies to gain meaning from grade-level text. The student makes connections between texts and/or personal experiences.

  • ELA1R4i: The student uses a variety of strategies to gain meaning from grade-level text. The student recognizes cause-and-effect relationships in text.

  • ELA1W1a: The student begins to demonstrate competency in the writing process. The student writes texts of a length appropriate to address a topic and tells a story.


Brilliant Star Objective:


  • Personal Style: Students will be able to describe how they are unique and how they are similar to others.


Readability Level: 3.1

Vocabulary: coincidence, loyal, bitter, murmured, recited, sensitive
Questions:
Before Reading:


  • What is a copycat?

  • Why might someone want to copy someone else?

  • Why might someone enjoy being copied?

  • Why might someone not enjoy being copied?

  • How would you feel if someone called up a copycat?

  • How might it feel to be a new student and try to fit in with new people?


During Reading:


  • What did Ruby do when she met Angela?

  • Why do you think Ruby chose to copy Angela?

  • What did Ruby like to do every time she left school?

  • How did Angela and Miss Hart begin to feel about Ruby copying them?

  • How did Miss Hart help Ruby?


After Reading:


  • What did Ruby learn that made her special?

  • What did she learn about how others are special?

  • Have you ever been new and tried to fit in?


Follow-Up Activities:



Additional Resources:



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