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© Boardworks Ltd of 33 © Boardworks Ltd of 33 Holes by Louis Sachar Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Accompanying worksheet Flash activity. These activities are not editable. Web addressesExtension activities Icons key: For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Without reading any of the novel, or even the blurb, try to guess what the story is, using only the title and book cover to help you. What are your first impressions of the novel? Does the front cover attract you and make you want to read the book or does it put you off? Why? The cover
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 PART ONE YOU ARE ENTERING CAMP GREEN LAKE Part One
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Read the first chapter of the novel. Sachar gives his novel a very harsh setting. How has he managed to do this? Make a list of all the words or phrases which make Camp Green Lake sound hostile. The word hostile means unfriendly or unwelcoming The setting How does Sachar create a sense of tension?
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 1.Why are openings important in stories? 2.Has Sachar managed to create an engaging opening to Holes? 3.Now that you know a little more about the setting, can you guess what the main themes of this novel will be? 4.What questions are raised in these chapters which you are interested in finding the answers to? Read Chapters 1 and 2 thoroughly before answering the questions below. Openings
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Stanley Yelnats – true or false?
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Camp Green Lake
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 What’s in a name?
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 What do you think the characters look like? Draw a picture of two characters from the book and label them to show why you have decided to draw them in the way you have. Here is an example to help you think about it. Sunburned due to working in the heat all day Friendly face to show he is kind tired eyes Stanley Character profiles
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 A sub-plot is the part of a story which is told alongside the main plot, but is different from it in some way. Often the significance of a sub-plot is not revealed until the end of a story. In Holes, there is a sub-plot which runs parallel to the main plot set at Camp Green Lake. Madame Zeroni America pig stream love What is the sub-plot of Holes? Who are the main characters of this sub-plot and how are they related to the main storyline? Write down your ideas. The sub-plot
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Stanley’s pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather!
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Read Chapters 7–9, which describe Stanley’s first full day at the camp. Can you explain Stanley’s letter to his mother? Why does he lie to her? Imagine that as well as writing home to his mother, Stanley also keeps a diary in which he is completely truthful about his life at the camp. How would it differ to his letters home? Write an honest diary entry for Stanley’s first full day at Camp Green Lake. Stanley’s diary
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Read Chapters 10 and 11 and then complete the questions below, using full sentences and giving reasons for your answers wherever possible. Chapter 10 1.How can you tell that Stanley is tired? 2.Why does Stanley show the fossil to Mr Pendanski? 3.How can you tell that Mr Pendanski is not interested in the fossil? Chapter 11 4.Why does Stanley agree to give anything he finds in the future to X-Ray? 5.What prompts Stanley to think of Derrick Dunne? How does he feel about Derrick Dunne? Comprehension
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Can you guess why this object might be more ‘interesting’ to the Warden than the fossil which Stanley also found? What do you think the tube is? Predictions
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 In Chapter 14, we meet the Warden. Read the description of the Warden from ‘A tall woman…’ until ‘Her voice was soft’. The Warden This description does not say the warden is a bad person. However, how has Sachar hinted at a darker, or more sinister side to her?
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Name: Age: Occupation: Duties and responsibilities: ______________ ____________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ Complete the Warden’s identity badge:
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Teamwork
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 In Chapter 18, Zero asks Stanley to teach him to read but Stanley refuses. Stanley seems to be quite kind, so why doesn’t he want to help Zero? What kinds of things do people who cannot read or write miss out on? Why is it important to learn how to do these things? Reading and writing
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Zero
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Kissin’ Kate Barlow
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Sam and Kate’s relationship
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 1.The love story between Katherine and Sam is important in the novel. Can you guess why? 2.When do Sam and Katherine fall in love and how do they manage to see each other regularly? 3.Why do the people of Green Lake disapprove of the relationship between Sam and Kate? 4.What do they do as a consequence of their hate? 5.Who is the main instigator of the trouble? 6.Can you work out why Camp Green Lake becomes dry and barren? Kissin’ Kate Barlow – comprehension
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Part Two PART TWO THE LAST HOLE
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Read the first page of Part 2 until ‘a barren wasteland’. 1.What atmosphere is created by Sachar at the start of Part 2? 2.How can you tell that something important is about to happen? What do you think it is? Atmosphere
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Zero, Zigzag and X-Ray
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 1.How does the argument start between Stanley and Zigzag? 2.Why does Mr Pendanski encourage the fight? 3.How can you tell that Zero and Stanley have developed a bond? 4.How does the Warden try to humiliate Zero? 5.Why do you think Zero runs away? 6.Why do none of the adults try to stop Zero from escaping? In Chapter 30, Stanley and Zigzag fight. Conflict – comprehension
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 When Zero runs away, Stanley is left alone and another boy, Twitch, arrives in Zero’s place. Finally, Stanley decides to leave too. Imagine that you are Stanley. Write a diary entry in which you are completely truthful about what has happened at camp and why you decided to run away. Think especially about how Stanley would feel about the Warden’s attitude to Zero’s disappearance. Remember to mention any fears he might have as well. Stanley’s diary
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 A food company has decided to produce bottles of Sploosh! Imagine that you are part of the marketing team. Your task is to design the label for the bottle of Sploosh to encourage shoppers to buy it. Think carefully about the words and pictures on the label. Sploosh!
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 I’m an English student…Get me out of here!
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 Draw a detailed treasure map of Camp Green Lake and the surrounding area. Once you have done this, write down an important thing that happens at each location. X Treasure maps
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 1.What was the curse on Stanley’s family? 2.Why were Stanley Yelnats’s family cursed in the first place? 3.How was the curse lifted? 4.How did the Warden know there was treasure buried at Camp Green Lake? 5.Why was Stanley’s name written on the buried treasure? Test your knowledge
© Boardworks Ltd of How can you tell that Stanley and Zero are friends? Test your understanding 2. In what ways do the Warden and Mr Sir reveal themselves as villains in Part Two? 3. In what ways do Stanley and Zero undergo a change in their lives once they have left Camp Green Lake?
© Boardworks Ltd of 33 What kinds of qualities make a character a hero or heroine? Make a list. Which of these qualities does Stanley possess? Write a short article entitled: Holes – evaluation You may, if you wish, write it as a newspaper report.
Holes By: Louis Sachar. Pre-reading Predict the role of the following items in the novel: –sneakers –peach preserves –sunflower seeds –onion –lipstick.
The Setting of this book is at Camp Green Lake but it’s not actually a lake. It used to be but the unbearably hot temperatures dried it all up a long.
Jeopardy $100 CharactersQuotesPlotMisc.Vocabulary $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400.
© Boardworks Ltd of 22 Reading Journals This icon indicates that detailed teacher’s notes are available in the Notes Page. For more detailed instructions,
Main LO: Understanding the events, characters and settings in chapters 1- 3 Holes by Louis Sachar.
THHGCS07B Coordinate Marketing Activities Lecture 2.
Pop quizzes. Pop Quiz Chapter 1-5 POP QUIZ CH What kind of lake is at Camp Green Lake? 2.What kind of kids go to Camp Green Lake? 3.Why do things.
Character Conflict in Holes. Introduction: There are many examples of Person-to- Person Conflict in the novel Holes. One example is between Stanley and.
Holes Scrapbook By: Madalyn Gathright Retold by: Mrs. Rogers 1 st period class.
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© Boardworks Ltd of 12 ‘The Man He Killed’ Pre-1914 Poetry These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the.
Holes Literacy Skills. 1. Which is not a setting from the book? a)A dried up lake b)Kissing Kate’s cabin c)X-Rays mother’s house d)Stanley’s living room.
Sight Words. the of and a to in is you that.
By: Louis Sachar By: Austin Sandford Mrs. Rogers 6th period.
HOLES Author: Louis Sachar Genre: Newberry Award Book (Fiction) Created By: Wade L. Johnston Mrs. Rogers 5 th PERIOD ELA (Pre-AP) Scrap Book.
High Frequency Words. a about above add after.
This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Holes by Louis.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
© Boardworks Ltd of 11© Boardworks Ltd of 11 High-Frequency Words Year 9 Spelling Starters Teachers notes included in the Notes Page Accompanying.
Name: My Sight Word List #1 I A Like The Can See At To We In Get Look Go I am ready to test!________ Parent Initials Name: My Sight Word List #1 I am ready.
Created By Sherri Desseau Click to begin TACOMA SCREENING INSTRUMENT FIRST GRADE.
Stanley Yelnats By Craig Crawford. The History of Stanley Yelnats The story begins in 19 th century Latvia, when Elya Yelnats made a promise to Madame.
Vocabulary Genre – a category in which a work of literature is classified Elements of Plot- exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution:
“HOLES” By Louis Sachar. Main Characters Stanley Yelnats-called “Caveman” by the other boys/sent to “Camp Green Lake” because he supposedly stole a pair.
© Boardworks Ltd of 24 Magazine Project Year 8 Media © Boardworks Ltd of 24 Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Accompanying worksheet.
Parent Reading Workshop Do you know why readings so important? Do you know how to help your child improve their reading ability? Do you know how to improve.
HOLES LOUIS SACHAR. A STORY ABOUT….
© Boardworks Ltd of 7 © Boardworks Ltd 2015 Writing a Story – part 2a Creative Writing Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Accompanying worksheet.
Holes By: Louis Sachar Type of book fiction Year published 1998.
MR. SIR Mr. Sir seems to be friendly but he’s tough. Mr. Sir is one of the counselors at Camp Green Lake. He is tough and mean and is constantly eating.
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© Boardworks Ltd of 20 Twelfth Night Act Three For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. This icon indicates the slide.
Characters Cause And Effect Conflict True and False.
© Boardworks Ltd of 17 An Inspector Calls Act Two These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page.
© Boardworks Ltd of 13 Twelfth Night Act Five For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. This icon indicates the slide.
By Louis Sachar There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom.
© Boardworks Ltd of 10 Of Mice and Men – Section Five This icon indicates that detailed teacher’s notes are available in the Notes Page. For more.
Quiz on Holes chapters Clear your desk of everything except your agenda and a pencil.
© Boardworks Ltd of 19 © Boardworks Ltd 2009 Writing a Story – part 2 Year 7: Creative Writing Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Accompanying.
Scrapbook By: Grayson Jones. Genre: Fiction Setting: The setting for Holes is at Camp Green Lake. The name is kind of a contradiction because there is.
Character Analysis Essay. Introduction: Example “Even you, Zero. You’re not completely worthless,” said Mr. Pendanski, the counselor at Camp Green Lake.
EAR-BASED AMENDMENT FORUM. September Sponsored by the Pinellas Planning Council September 12 & 13, 2006 Harborview Center Clearwater.
By Alayshah Mabson Squid is another boy at the camp. He is as tough as X-Ray, although he often follows X-Ray's directions. Squid often talks about.
Fry Sight Word Inventory Second 100 Words New Sound.
Sebastian Amorin Book hardcover (I think) Stanley Yelnats Title: Holes Author: Louis Sachar Year published:1989 Type of book: Realistic Fiction.
Finding the Theme What Is a Theme? Why Find the Theme? Tips for Uncovering Theme Use the Strategy Practice the Strategy Feature Menu.
EAR-BASED AMENDMENT FORUM. September PROCESS AND PROCEDURES From Preparation of an Amendment to a Finding of “In Compliance”
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