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About the Author Research Activity
Story Summary: Characters/Plot/Setting: Graphic Organizer
Comparing Two Characters: Graphic Organizer
Character Change Throughout Story: Graphic Organizer
Character Action/Motivation: Graphic Organizer
Setting: Time and Place: Graphic Organizer
Plot: Problem/Solution: Graphic Organizer
Plot: Determining Importance of Events: Graphic Organizer
New Words/Meaning Graphic Organizer
Questions I Had in The Homework Machine: Before/During/After Reading Graphic Organizer
Text-to-Text Connection Graphic Organizer
Text-to-Self Connection Graphic Organizer
Text-to-World Connection Graphic Organizer
Text-to-Self Connection with Specific Characters Graphic Organizer
Character/Character Traits Graphic Organizer
My Important Thoughts While Reading Graphic Organizer
Sensory Images in The Homework Machine: Graphic Organizer
Describing the Setting: Graphic Organizer
Inferring Character Feelings Graphic Organizer
My Inference Picture
Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer
Inferring Graphic Organizer
Eight Deep Question Response Activities
Seven Quotes from Book Response Activities
Book Commercial Activity
Letter to the Author Activity
Lesson/Theme of The Homework Machine Response
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The homework machine
1st Aladdin Paperbacks ed.
Published 2007 by Aladdin Paperbacks in New York.
Written in English.
About the Book
Four fifth-grade students known as the D Squad (a geek, a class clown, a teacher's pet, and a slacker), their teacher, and their mothers all relate events surrounding a computer named Belch that is programmed to do homework.
Originally published: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2006.
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