Questions (I think . . .)
Connections ( I know, I infer)
“Unearthed”, narrated by Donovan (IQ: 112) As he describes the reasons for his being placed in detention (broadcasting his jokingly negative opinion about an important basketball game over his school’s PA system), Donovan also describes how his life and character are defined by an irresistible drive to be spontaneous, rebellious, and a little dangerous.
Writer's Notebook Entries (Spiral Notebook) Mon-Thurs
What connections have you made in this book to real life experiences?
Who is your favorite character? Why?
What were you wondering about as you read the story?
How has the character changed in the story?
Questions for Ungifted
- In the book, what did Janey do in moments of stress? p. 52
- In the book, Ungifted, by Gordon Korman, what did Chloe say about Donovan to Daniels?
- In the book, who was hunting Donovan? p. 60
- In the book, Ungifted, by Gordon Korman, what did Mr. Osborne think naming the robot did? p. 64
- In the book, Ungifted, by Gordon Korman, what did the principal think about Donovan at first? p. 66
- In the book, how long total do you have to do human growth development? p. 66
- In the book, when was the first time Noah laughed? p. 70
- In the book, what did Chloe like about Donovan? p. 73
- In the book, what did Mr. Osborne think about Donovan's smarts? p. 62
- In the book, what did Donovan think the problem with the robot was? p. 75
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