The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian: Teacher Guide (Novel Units)

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian Teacher Guide Novel Units This time saving easy to use teacher guide includes inspiring lesson plans which provide a comprehensive novel unit the legwork is done for you The guide incorporates essential reading writing and t

  • Title: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian: Teacher Guide (Novel Units)
  • Author: Linda Herman
  • ISBN: 9781608780969
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian: Teacher Guide (Novel Units)

    This time saving, easy to use teacher guide includes inspiring lesson plans which provide a comprehensive novel unit the legwork is done for you The guide incorporates essential reading, writing and thinking practice This is NOT the paperback novel

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    1. Reed Sakakeeny

      This story was an eye opening novel for me. I had no clue what goes on in Indian reservations and what they have to overcome. Junior was the perfect person to inform us about the struggles he and his fellow Indians have to face in America. I thought it was depressing how the only way to find hope and become successful in life was to leave the Rez. This book required a lot of maturity and I would only recommend it to a responsible audience.

    2. O

      It isn't completely true, even by the standard of autobiography. Being only half fiction means it's only halfway into my realm of interest. I'm reminded by this fact of why I prefer fiction to reality. This person's life sucked. As a published author, hopefully it got better. But if there was a sequel, I wouldn't want to read it. Give me fiction any day.

    3. Josue Castillo

      I really loved this book it is an amazing book i would recomend the ages 14and up because if its profanity.

    4. Wendy

      I just think it's interesting to read! I read it for my English class at first The pictures in it were assume! It's a good book I think, teaching us history of a part-time Indian

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