Shiloh

Lesson 12

Objective

Describe how Marty is changing.

Readings and Materials

  • Book: Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor  — Ch. 7

Subscribe to Fishtank Plus to unlock access to additional resources for this lesson, including:

  • Enhanced Lesson Plan
  • Essential Task Guide
  • Student Handout Editor
  • Vocabulary Package

 

Target Task

?

Multiple Choice

Read the following lines from page 61.

"A lie don't seem a lie anymore when it's meant to save a dog, and right and wrong's all mixed up in my head."

What do these lines suggest about Marty?

Create a free account or sign in to view multiple choice options

Writing Prompt

In what ways is Marty changing? What causes the change?

Mastery Response

?

Create a free account or sign in to view Mastery Response

Key Questions

?

  • Read the quotation from page 61. "A lie don't seem a lie anymore when it's meant to save a dog, and right and wrong's all mixed up in my head." Is a lie a lie if it's meant to save a dog? Why or why not?
  • How has Marty changed?

Vocabulary

?

envy     (n.)

to want what others have in a jealous way

blush     (v.)

to get red in the face because you are embarassed

shame     (n.)

a feeling of guilt

meadow     (n.)

flat land covered with grass

ashamed     (adj.)

feeling shame or guilt

Enhanced lesson plan

Enhanced Lesson Plan

Get recommendations on pacing and lesson structure, as well as suggestions for meeting the needs of a range of learners. Download Sample
 

Common Core Standards

  • RL.4.3 — Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions).

Spiral Standards

?

L.4.4

RF.4.3

RF.4.4

RL.4.1

RL.4.10

RL.4.4

SL.4.1

W.4.10

W.4.9