“Charlotte’s Web” is a beloved children’s novel written by E.B. White that tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his unlikely friendship with a spider named Charlotte. This novel unit of study will explore themes of friendship, loyalty, kindness, and the cycle of life and death. Students will engage in close reading and analysis of the text, as well as participate in activities such as character analysis, creative writing, and discussions on the themes and motifs present in the novel. Additionally, students will examine the use of symbolism and figurative language, and explore how the author uses these literary devices to convey deeper meanings and messages to the reader. Through this unit of study, students will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the enduring legacy of “Charlotte’s Web” as a timeless classic of children’s literature.
This is a 100- page Novel Unit of Study with ELA, as well as interdisciplinary, resources to be used for Charlotte’s Web. Charlotte’s Web is a novel by E.B. White about the friendship between Wilbur, a pig, and Charlotte, a spider.
The unIt includes:
. chapter by chapter reading comprehension
. graphic organizers
. writing activities (can also be used for assessments)
. cooperative work with partners
. science activities
. social studies extension
. bulletin board/art ideas for complete unit display
. all activities can be done remotely
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