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Transcript of Hatchet

By: Gary Paulsen
Book Review
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Hatchet Book Trailer
Does this book interest you? Why or why not?
HATCHET
Before Reading: Make Predictions
What is it?
A reader explains what they think will happen in the story before they begin reading.
Why is it important?
Predicting allows us to think about what might happen and we become more engaged readers!
Before Reading: Make Predictions
How do we make predictions?
1. Look at the author
2. Look at the title
3. Look at the picture and images on the front cover
4. Make a prediction!
5. Check your prediction after reading the back cover
Before Reading: Make Predictions
Let's Practice:
Vocabulary Chapters 1-3
Altitude:
the distance or height above the horizon
Gratitude:
being thankful or grateful

Audible:
heard or capable of being heard

Rigid:
stiff; not flexible

Stricken:
troubled with disease, misfortune, or sorrow
Vague:
not clearly expressed or understood
Before Reading Chapter 1
After Reading Chapter 1
Before Reading Chapter 2
After Reading Chapter 2
After Reading Chapter 3
Cause and Effect
Cause: describe why event happened - person or thing that makes an action happen
Effect: the result or what happens - a change that has occurred
After Reading Chapter 3
After Reading Chapter 3
Make sure you use complete sentences!
Genre of Hatchet
Vocabulary Chapters 4-6
Abated:
to make less or to become less
Keening:
having a sharp edge or point
Amphibious:
works or lives both on land and in water
Asset:
a quality or a thing that can be helpful
Pulverized:
to beat or grind into a powder or dust
Ruefully:
mourning or showing sadness; regretful
Reading Strategy: Visualization
You make mental images in your head or a movie in your head as you are reading. It makes your reading experience more personal and memorable!
You'll notice that Gary Paulsen includes many details in Chapter 4. Practice the visualization strategy as we read today!
After reading: create a sketch of what you visualized while reading Chapter 4.
After Reading Chapter 4
After Reading Chapter 5
Character Traits
Character traits describe a character's personality.
We use descriptive words, or adjectives, to describe a character.
Examples: kind, compassionate, active, brave, intelligent, helpful
What are some other examples?
After Reading Chapter 5
Before Reading Chapter 6
Flashback: a scene in the novel set in an earlier time than the rest of the story
Before Reading Chapter 6
Toy Story 2 Flashback
After Reading Chapter 6
Before Reading Chapter 7
Sequencing: putting the important events from a story or a chapter in order
Let's practice sequencing with a short film about Jack Jack from The Incredibles
Before Reading Chapter 8 and 9
Making Inferences: it is an educated guess that you make based on the information in front of you combined with your own experiences.
Practice Making Inferences
Vocabulary Chapters 7-9
Crude:
planned or done in a rough, unskilled, or simple way
Rivulets:
small streams

Gingerly:
very cautious or careful

Imbedded:
to enclose or securely set something inside
Tendrils:
a slender leafless winding stem

Gratified:
a source of pleasure or satisfaction
After Reading Chapter 7
After Reading Chapters 8 and 9
Vocabulary Chapters 10-12
Eddied:
a current of air or water running against the main current or in a circle
Dormant:
inactive (not active)

Convulse:
to shake violently and uncontrollably

Tapered:
to make or become gradually smaller or thinner
Primitive:
belonging to an early stage of development
Persistent:
continuing, existing, or acting for a longer than usual time
Build Background Knowledge
Surviving in the Wilderness
Build Background Knowledge
Survival Rules of 3
You can survive:
- 3 minutes without air
- 3 hours without shelter
- 3 days without water
- 3 weeks without food
Compare and Contrast
Compare and Contrast
Life in the City
Compare and Contrast
Life in the Wild
You compare two or more things.
How are they similar? How are they different?
After Reading Chapters 11 and 12
Before Reading Chapter 13
Wild Animals
Before Reading Chapter 13
Wild Animals
Vocabulary Chapters 13-15
Punky:
to be soft or rotten

Infuriating:
to make furious; maddening

Exulted:
to be very joyful or happy

Rectify:
to set or make right

Vital:
very important

Streamlined:
designed to make motion through water or air easier
After Reading Chapter 13
Before Reading Chapter 14
Main Idea: it is the most important thing or idea in a text
After Reading Chapter 14
Before Reading Chapter 15
Text to Self Connections
Let's Practice Text-to-Self Connections
Think about a book you have read this year. I want you to think about how you could connect to the text. Maybe something very similar has happened to you or you've had a similar experience. Perhaps you've had the same feelings as a character or the character reminds you of someone you know in your life.
After Reading Chapter 15
Animals Brian Encounters
Moose
Build Background Knowledge
Storm Time Lapse
After Reading Chapter 16
Vocabulary Chapters 16 - Epilogue
Unduly:
in an excessive manner; especially

Stymied:
to present an obstacle to; stand in the way of
Surging:
to rise and fall actively

Unwittingly:
not intended or not knowing

Furor:
in a rage or in an uproar

Scarce:
lacking in quantity or number; not plentiful
Before Reading Chapter 17
Problem and Solution
Find the Problem and Solution
After Reading Chapter 17
Problem and Solutions in Hatchet
- Make a list of the various problems Brian has faced so far as well as how he solved those problems.
- Compare your list with your group members' lists.
- We'll discuss the problems Brian has faced as a class and talk about how he solved them.
Before Reading Chapter 18
After Reading Chapter 18
After Reading Chapter 19
After Reading the Epilogue
Hatchet Flip Book Project
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