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Inspired by the book WONDER, this brief narrative delves into Julian’s perspective, revealing the reasons behind his behavior towards Auggie and providing an opportunity for redemption. This tale can be found within the collection AUGGIE & ME: THREE WONDER STORIES. [source]
|ATOS Book Level||4.3|
|Lexile Book Level||680L|
|Interest Level||Middle Grades (MG 4-8)|
Question 1: After Mr. Tushman called to ask Julian to be a welcome buddy, Mom:
Answer: said it was an honor that Julian had been chosen and raved about Mr. TUshman.
Question 2: What did Mr. Tushman tell the welcome buddies before they met Auggie?
Answer: If they don’t know how to act in a situation, they should just be kind.
Question 3: The night after meeting Auggie Pullman, Julian began:
Answer: having nightmares.
Question 4: Mom finally began to understand Julian’s difficult situation when she:
Answer: looked at his class picture.
Question 5: What was a result of Jack Will punching Julian in the mouth?
Answer: Mom declared war on Mr. Tushman, Auggie, and all of Beecher Prep.
Question 6: Julian received a two-week suspension from school for:
Answer: leaving harassing notes in Auggie’s locker.
Question 7: What did Julian notice when he returned to school after the suspension?
Answer: He was an outsider, and Auggie had become popular.
Question 8: What was NOT true of Tourteau, the boy after whom Julain was named?
Answer: His home had been in the sewers of Paris.
Question 9: In Grandmere’s story, why hadn’t she followed the partisan into the woods?
Answer: She didn’t want to run her beautiful new red shoes.
Question 10: Grandmerer’s story about Tourteau prompted Julian to:
Answer: write an apology note to Auggie.
What is an AR Test on a Book?
An AR test, or Accelerated Reader test, is a quiz designed to assess a student’s comprehension of a book they have recently read. Accelerated Reader is an educational program created by Renaissance Learning, Inc., which aims to encourage and improve reading skills among students.
The program includes a vast library of books, and each assigned a reading level and point value. After reading a book, students take an AR test consisting of multiple-choice questions about the book’s content, main ideas, and characters. The student’s performance on the test is then used to measure their comprehension and reading progress.
Teachers and librarians often use the Accelerated Reader program to help students develop a love for reading, track their progress, and set personalized reading goals.