Book Title: Study Guide: Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Rachel Tolman Terry
This study guide does NOT include the original book, Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. You can obtain the original book through your local library or through retailers to use in conjunction with this curriculum. Grade Levels: 3-7 Themes: War, Courage, Friendship, Religious Freedom Unit Projects: Essay, Diorama, Social Studies Project, World War II Dictionary, Creative Writing Project Schedule: 3 Schedules Included: (2) Three-week Schedules and (1) Two-week Schedule This study guide provides summaries, analyses, reading comprehension quizzes, vocabulary lists, essay questions, unit projects, and more. You'll find lists of characters, proposed schedules, an author bio, and information about literary devices. This study guide is appropriate for classroom teaching, homeschooling, book groups, and individual study. Teachers will be able to customize the unit study according to students' interests, abilities, and needs, and the study guide makes it possible for students of varied abilities to discuss the same material while working on individual projects. Written by Newbery Winner Lois Lowry, Number the Stars offers a child-sized view of the Holocaust from the perspective of a ten-year-old Danish girl named Annemarie Johansen. When Annemarie's best friend is targeted by the Nazis, she has to step out of her comfortable world and be as brave as the Resistance fighters and mature adults around her.