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Black Beauty

Novel Study Guide - Grades 5 to 6 - eBook - Lesson Plan

  • Black Beauty - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - eBook
  • Black Beauty - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - eBook
  • Black Beauty - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - eBook
  • Black Beauty - Literature Kit Gr. 5-6 - eBook
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Order #: CCP2500 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-332-6 Grades: 5, 6 Reading Level: 5-6 Total Page: 55 Author: Nat Reed
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  • Well put together. This covers what I need to cover for my students with this novel study. Thank you!

    Stacy Hunt
  • Loved it!

    Karla Gaines
  • This saved my life! Super easy to use and I didn't have to create much after purchasing this!

    Whitney Cook
  • Great questions for the novel, all types and a variety for the chapters. I also liked the combining chapters because they are so short.

    Denise Menchaca
  • The Before You Read sections are a great learning tool and a 'carrot' to get the kids excited about reading the chapters. My kids *really* liked that multiple chapters are grouped together.

    Jennifer Austin
  • Very helpful resource for teaching the novel. Black Beauty is required curriculum at my school, so it was helpful to have this resource as I planned my novel unit.

    Alicia Lazareva
  • This is actually super simple, straightforward and its hard to find Black beauty resources. Thanks for this.

    L.Autumn
  • fabulous resource

    L.Mcdermand
  • What a wonderful resource. My students are enjoying the book and have a better understanding, thanks to this!

    E. Meza
  • awesomely done!

    T. Molina
  • Helpful resource!

    SuzieQ78888

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Get a sense of the remarkable injustices experienced by both horses and the people of the day. Incorporate well-thought-out questions that encourage students to really think about their answers. Determine the setting of the novel based only on a few details from the story. Prepare for the reading by investigating the purpose of the spur in horseback riding. Finish sentences from the book with their missing vocabulary words. Identify Joe's error in judgment when tending to Black Beauty. Explore ways some of the cruelties experienced by the horses in this novel could have been prevented. Write a short book review of the novel, and post it online. Choose a major event from the book and complete a concept wheel with details on who, what, when, where, and why. Aligned to your State Standards, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

About the Novel:
Nothing could defeat the spirit of this gentle and courageous horse, Black Beauty! One of the most endearing stories of all time is set in England during the mid-1800s, and is told from the perspective of its main character. Black Beauty shares his adventures from his days as a young colt in the pastures of Farmer Grey, through different owners and into his twilight years. Tragedy seems to shape the course of Black Beauty’s life as he learns much of the world through the friendships with different horses: the tragic life of Ginger, the brave and noble Captain, and the fun-loving Merrylegs.

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Product Reviews

Stacy Hunt

Well put together. This covers what I need to cover for my students with this novel study. Thank you!

Karla Gaines

Loved it!

Whitney Cook

This saved my life! Super easy to use and I didn't have to create much after purchasing this!

Denise Menchaca

Great questions for the novel, all types and a variety for the chapters. I also liked the combining chapters because they are so short.

Jennifer Austin

The Before You Read sections are a great learning tool and a 'carrot' to get the kids excited about reading the chapters. My kids *really* liked that multiple chapters are grouped together.

Alicia Lazareva

Very helpful resource for teaching the novel. Black Beauty is required curriculum at my school, so it was helpful to have this resource as I planned my novel unit.

L.Autumn

This is actually super simple, straightforward and its hard to find Black beauty resources. Thanks for this.

L.Mcdermand

fabulous resource

E. Meza

What a wonderful resource. My students are enjoying the book and have a better understanding, thanks to this!

T. Molina

awesomely done!

SuzieQ78888

Helpful resource!

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