Find and describe examples in Gary Paulsen's novel, Hatchet, of the five senses as Brian makes his way, all alone, in the Canadian north woods. 39 page comprehensive packet. Ready to print student worksheets. FOR HATCHET NOVEL UNIT.
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. FP level R. Brian manages to survive 54 days in the wilderness after a plane crash. He learns patience and survival skills before he is rescued. Writing strategy: Character growth and development, sequencing.
Hatchet by: Gary Paulsen Official Book Trailer - A classic survival story about a boy who is the only survivor of a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness. He has nothing to help him but a small axe: a hatchet. First in a series of very short books.
Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Surviving in the Wilderness
HATCHET Included is a Response Journal for every chapter where students will focus on vocabulary, context clues, and dictionary skills. They will also write summaries for chapters. Also included is a Figurative Language Lesson and Book Project Ideas.
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Hatchet [Gary Paulsen] Digital + Printable Book Unit
Hatchet [Gary Paulsen] Digital + Printable Book Unit: Be sure to check out all three versions of the Hatchet Book Unit to determine which best fits your teaching needs and style. This is the full printable + Google Digital Resources version containing vocabulary practice, comprehension questions, constructive response writing, and skill practice.