ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS. SCOTT O'DELL. WINNER OF THE NEWBERY MEDAL. 1. I remember the day the Aleut ship came to our island. At first it seemed like a small shell afloat on the sea. Then it grew larger and was a gull with folded wings. At last in the rising sun it became what it really was - a red ship with. McHugh, Patricia, –. Scholastic BookFiles: A Reading Guide to Island of the Blue. Dolphins by Scott O'Dell/Patricia McHugh. p. cm. Summary: Discusses the writing, characters, plot, and themes of this Newbery Award–winning book. Includes discussion questions and activities. Includes bibliographical references. Chapter. 1. Karana and. Ramo live on an island. They live in a village named Blue Dolphin Island. A man came to the island. The man talked with. Karana's father named Chowig. The man and. Chowig argued. Adapted from the original text, Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell.
Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell. Chapters by Repeated Story Line: Chapter 1 .What will happen to Karana's Island? Chapter .Karana wants to keep her island safe. Chapter Karana's life has changed forever. Chapter .Karana's life will change again. Chapter .Life is hard on the. “Island of the Blue. Dolphins came directly from my memory of the years I lived at Rattlesnake Island and. San Pedro,” O'Dell said. His love of, and respect for, the ocean are also reflected in the novels Zia, The Black Pearl, Alexandra, and. Venus Among the Fishes. While Island of the Blue Dolphins is generally regarded. Island of the Blue Dolphins. By Scott O'Dell. Suggestions and Expectations. This curriculum unit is meant to be used in a variety of ways. Each chapter of the novel study focuses on two or three chapters of Island of the Blue Dolphins and is comprised of five different activities: • Before You Read. • Vocabulary Building.
ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS. Chapter 1. Vocabulary. On a separate sheet of paper, please 1) tell the part of speech of each word, 2) write a short definition of the word, and 3) write the sentence from the chapter that uses the word. example: cricket (1) cricket (n) a small brown insect that makes sound by rubbing its. 21 Dec Full-Text Paper (PDF): From the Island of the Blue Dolphins: A Unique Nineteenth-Century Cache Feature From San Nicolas Island, California. Before Reading: Ask why Island of the Blue Dolphin is listed as historical fiction. It is a fictional account of a historical (real) island. Scott O=Dell wrote about a fictitious island, Island of the Blue Dolphin. The real island the book is based on is San. Nicholas Island, off the California coast. It is one of the Channel Islands.